Host nation Chile produced a marvellous spectacle before the Copa America final against Argentina. With the home crowd packed into the Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos in Santiago, the stands were a sea of red as 40,000 banners were held aloft inside the stadium. Show More Summary
Infamous director Zack Snyder went even further in-depth while speaking to Entertainment Weekly about how he handles superhero films. Most notably is 2013’s most debated film, "Man of Steel." Many people loved the film, while others hated it. Show More Summary
In an interview with Essence magazine, Ava DuVernay confirmed that she will not be directing Marvel's Black Panther.
Ava DuVernay Declines Marvel’s Offer To Direct “Black Panther” Movie We should have known it was too good to be true… Yesterday, at the ESSENCE Festival in New Orleans, BOSSIP spoke to director Ava DuVernay about her potential involvement in
NEW ORLEANS -- Ava DuVernay will not be directing Marvel’s “Black Panther” movie, she confirmed to The Huffington Post on Friday. “It wasn't for me," DuVernay told HuffPost at the 21st annual Essence Music Festival. "I loved exploring...Show More Summary
Well this is kind of a bummer. It’s been reported for some time that Marvel was considering Selma director Ava DuVernay to helm their Black Panther film (other reports suggested they were also considering her for Captain Marvel). DuVernay...Show More Summary
Paul Rudd's Scott Lang goes from working at Baskin-Robbins to becoming a hero in one of four new TV spots for Marvel's 'Ant-Man'.
It’s entirely coincidental, since today isn’t exactly a holiday for the Brits, but we’ll call it a July 4 diversion anyway. Here’s a brand new UK TV spot for Marvel’s upcoming heist-heavy Superhero shindig, Ant-Man. There’s plenty you’ve...Show More Summary
Scott Lang will be working alongside many of the Avengers next year in Captain America: Civil War, but for his theatrical debut, he’s already eager to enlist them. With Ant-Man two weeks away from release, Marvel is making oneShow More Summary
Marvel has lost yet another exciting director over creative differences: Ava DuVernay has decided not to direct the 2017 Black Panther feature. In an interview with Essence, the Selma director revealed that while she did meet with Marvel executives about helming the Chadwick Boseman flick, they... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Ava DuVernay
Selma director Ava DuVernay has said no to directing Black Panther. What's more interesting is her reasons why. "Ava DuVernay, Black Panther and Marvel’s Certain Way" was originally published on Film School Rejects for our wonderful readers to enjoy. Show More Summary
In an interview with Essence Magazine today, Selma director Ava DuVernay noted that she decided to pass on directing Marvel’s Black Panther adaptation. The movie, which will star Chadwick Boseman (42) as the titular character, is set to be released on July 6, 2018. Read more...
That’s right. The director most of you were hoping, Ava DuVernay, will not be directing Marvel’s "Black Panther." The director commented on the matter by saying, “I guess I’ll declare my independence from this rumor on 4th of July weekend...Show More Summary
'Selma' director Ava DuVernay confirms that she did meet with Marvel about directing 'Black Panther', but she didn't see 'eye-to-eye' with the studio.
Ava DuVernay has confirmed that she won’t be directing Marvel’s Black Panther. While the Selma director took several meetings with Marvel, she’s stated that she won’t be involved in the upcoming blockbuster. Read more...
Marvel has been absolutely mum on the matter of just who might end up helming the Black Panther film adaptation, planned for 2018, but that hasn’t stopped the wild speculation train from barreling out of the station full speed. Case in point, recent rumors over the last month claiming that Selma director Ave DuVernay was a frontrunner for the job. Show More Summary
Last month, the Inquisitr reported that Selma director Ava DuVernay was rumored to possibly be the director of Marvel’s cinematic adaptation of Black Panther, the Captain Marvel adaptation, or both. DuVernay had previously worked with...Show More Summary
When Marvel announced several months ago that it was courting Ava DuVernay to helm one of its upcoming features, particularly Black Panther, the internet went nuts. DuVernay would have been the first black female to direct a Marvel movie (she was already the first black female filmmaker to be nominated... More »
Kevin Feige said last weekend that Marvel will soon choose directors for Black Panther and, most likely, Captain Marvel. He also confirmed that Marvel had talked with Selma director Ava DuVernay about making one of the studio’s films. Show More Summary
The "Selma" director says that while she considered the film, she ultimately decided to pass on helming the upcoming Marvel Studios film.