Los Angeles: The names for the sequels of ‘Thor’ and ‘Captain America’ have been announced by Marvel at the Comic-Con in San Diego.
In addition to revealing the titles — ‘Thor: The Dark World’ and ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ — Marvel announced two new films in the works during what was ostensibly a panel devoted to Iron Man 3 at the event.
The Disney-owned studio also announced that Guardians of the Galaxy—featuring Rocket Raccoon, Star-Lord, Draxx the Destroyer, Groot and Gamora is on tap for August 1, 2014 and that an Ant-Man movie was also in pipeline.
“I’m taking the Terrence Malick approach when it come to superheroes,” a website has quoted Edgar Wright as saying.
He had been referring to the lengthy period of time that he’s been supposedly working on the script and name-checking a director who takes a notoriously long time between his films.
“I did shoot a test, this is true. You guys wouldn’t want to see the unfinished test, would you?” Wright said.
The footage screened featuring a fully costumed Ant-Man lasted for about 30 seconds with the character going from big to small, big to small, big to small while simultaneously battling two apparently nefarious security guards.
“Ant-Man will kick your ass, one inch at a time,” Wright added.