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Empire’s Avengers: Endgame Newsstand Covers Revealed

Empire Online – Six original heroes. 22 films. One big baddie. It all comes down to this – we’re in the endgame now. It’s nearly a year since Avengers: Infinity War unleashed its astonishing ending, with half of the heroes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe snapping out of existence. Now the remaining members of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes have to fix it – welcome to Avengers: Endgame.

The new issue of Empire goes all-out on the movie event of the decade, a higher-than-high-stakes blockbuster that pitches the classic Avengers line-up – Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, Hulk, Black Widow, and Hawkeye – against the Mad Titan himself, Thanos. Those battle lines are reflected in the two newsstand covers: first up, the Avengers assembled for the most important mission of their lives.

Inside the issue, you’ll find a major new feature on Marvel’s biggest movie so far, talking to the film’s stars, directors, and MCU head honcho Kevin Feige himself about how they crafted the boldest blockbuster ending of the decade, and how they’re going to out-do it all in Endgame. Oh, and if that wasn’t enough, the issue also comes with Empire Presents: Avengers – The End Of An Era – a bonus magazine in which we salute the six central members of the MCU, the screen superheroes who changed cinema forever.

Stay tuned for more information soon about what else is inside the May 2019 issue, and you can pre-order a copy, with the cover of your choice – Avengers, or Thanos – online here. Pick it up on newsstands from Thursday 21 March.

And if you haven’t seen our stunning exclusive subscriber cover, an original painting by artist Vincent McIndoe of Thanos watching the sun rise on a grateful universe, here it is in all its glory.

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– Magazine Scans > Scans From 2019 > Vogue (US) – May 2019

Vogue 9 of the World’s Most Famous Actresses Play Hollywood, Nollywood, Bollywood Squared!

Vogue has added a new video of 9 of the girls from there April Magazine including Scarlett playing 9 of the World’s Most Famous Actresses Play Hollywood, Nollywood, Bollywood Squared!. Scarlett was asked “dose she have a secret talent, who would she like to make out with” and more that you can find out by watch the video below.

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– TV Shows & Interviews > Interviews > 2019 > Vogue Magazine (Bollywood Squared)

Vogue (USA) – April 2019

Scarlett will be featured in the upcoming Vogue April 2019 magazine as part on there celebration of global talent edition along with Angelababy, Doona Bae , Elizabeth Debicki, Adesua Etomi-Wellington, Golshifteh Farahani, Liv Lisa Fries, Eiza Gonzalez, Hera Hilmar, Vanessa Kirby, Bruna Marquezine, Deepika Padukone, Alba Rohrwacher and Lea Seydoux. So far only the cover with Scarlett on and one outtake from the shoot have been released but more info, videos, the interview and photos should be out very soon.

Vogue – When Scarlett Johansson was seventeen, she shot Lost in Translation in Tokyo. “It was really hard,” she remembers. “It was a seven-week shoot; I missed my boyfriend; we had a Japanese crew, so there was a language barrier. I remember being quite lonely.” That, to a large extent, was also the tone of the film: the anomie of geographic displacement, filtered through the bright lights of a luxury high-rise hotel. “It was just a different time to be an American in Tokyo,” she says.

Today you can know “where the cool kids are,” as she puts it—and they are everywhere, in Jakarta and Jerusalem, in Buenos Aires and Brussels—simply by glancing at your phone. Much more has been found in translation than lost. In the entertainment industry, Johansson—who will appear in Avengers: Endgame next month—elaborates, everything is more porous now, from the way people work to the way they watch. “There’s a scope to entertainment,” she says.

The first shoot for this story takes place on a crisp winter day in a secret skylighted studio in East London. The city and the country are gripped—as they have been for the past two and a half years—by the prospect of Brexit, a withdrawal that symbolizes, like the plan for an actual wall in the United States, an increasingly closed-off nationalism. (A second shoot will take place a few weeks later in New York.)

The gathering of these actresses over the course of a long, convivial weekend, however, feels like a sign of a different kind of political and cultural movement. The women who have assembled here live in places like Berlin, Seoul, and Shanghai. They are massively famous in their home countries, and, in many cases, well on their way to that kind of fame in countries we more typically think of as entertainment powerhouses. But bringing them together is not intended to make a statement about crossing over from the periphery to the center; it is about the new center, which is everywhere and nowhere at once.

Travel is easier and cheaper than it once was; films and TV shows from around the world are accessible in an instant. Netflix alone currently offers about 35 foreign-language shows that will stream straight to your laptop, and plans to host up to 100. Broadway is a testing ground for the West End, and vice versa, with Sydney and Melbourne not infrequently triangulating the transatlantic (and transpacific) theater trade. Social media make a certain kind of fame unrestricted, cut loose from subway posters or network television. We live in global times, and these are the faces of the new world order.

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– Magazine Scans > Scans From 2019 > Vogue (USA) – April 2019
– Studio Photoshoots > Photoshoots From 2019 > Set 002

Avengers: Endgame – Official Trailer #2

Marvel gave us a big surprise today with dropping a new full trailer for Avengers: Endgame, In this one we at last get a better look at Natasha both with her blonde hair and then later on back with her red with little bits of blonde at the bottom so big time jump it is then. Avengers: Endgame will hit theatres on April 26th and I can not wait for it. HD screen caps are up in the gallery and you can watch and then watch again the video below.

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– Movie Productions > Avengers: End Game > Theatrical Trailer #2

Samuel L. Jackson Could Also Appear In The Movie Of The Black Widow

traders350 – During a recent promotional interview for Captain Marvel, Marvel Cinematic Universe star Samuel L. Jackson spoke about the future of her character, the iconic secret agent Nick Fury.

These are the words of the actor, according to whom the former leader of SHIELD still has much to give, and above all to say:

” For this film, it can not be considered a film about Fury’s origins. We find it already sitting at his desk, we are not told or explained what he did before ending up there, the war years, or those spent on the field doing the spy work Captain Marvel tries to ask him what he has done before, and he replies that he had been a soldier and a spy. In practice, there is still a big piece of his life that has not yet been addressed. we discover something more about him, but it is not a film of origin, rather it is a film that fills some empty spaces. “

The actor also brought up the Black Widow, opening up interesting possibilities about the stand-alone film with Scarlett Johansson, which, we recall, is currently in production:

” I know for sure that Fury met Natasha Romanoff when he was working in the field as a full-time spy, he was the one who recruited him, he took her to the US We also know from comics that he fought in the war. “

What do you think about these statements? As always, let us know yours in the comments section.

We remind you that thanks to the press previews organized in the United States came to the official confirmation that the film is considered a prequel to Avengers: Endgame, with two post-credit scenes closely related to the film of brothers Anthony and Joe Russo. The cast of the film will boost the presence of Brie Larson, Samuel L. Jackson, Ben Mendelsohn, Jude Law, Lashana Lynch, Gemma Chan, and Annette Bening. In addition, from the various corners of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, some familiar faces will return, such as Lee Pace (Ronan the accuser), Djimon Hounsou(Korath) and Clark Gregg (Agent Phil Coulson).

Captain Marvel was written by Anna Boden, Ryan Fleck, Geneva Robertson-Dworet and Jac Schaeffer, and is directed by Boden and Fleck. It will be released in cinemas throughout Italy starting March 6th.

The long-awaited cinecomic recounts the adventure of Carol Danvers, a half-terrestrial half-Kree woman whose extraordinary powers allow her to join the Starforce group and support Ronan the Accusator in the age-old Skrull war, the Kree’s alien sworn enemy race. But the Skrulls are apparently heading for Earth, which will bring Captain Marvel back to his home planet.

Here we are in the middle of the 90s, Nick Fury is still a young secret agent far from becoming the leader of SHIELD we all know and, with Captain America still hibernated, Carol is the only real superhero able to protect the planet from the mysterious planes of the invading aliens.

Stay Tuned For More Updates!

Behind The Scenes Of Scarlett’s New As If Magazine Shoot

Two weeks ago three photos of the set of a new photoshoot for the magazine As If hit the web, now not a lot of info is out about when the magazine will come out but if i had to guess I would say about April time to go with all the Avengers promo that will be coming out them. So keep looking back for more news and till then have a look at the photos in our gallery.

GALLERY LINKS:
– Studio Photoshoots > Photoshoots From 2019 > Behind The Scenes > Set 001

The Advanced Love Senior Prom and Book Launch

Earlier this week Scarlett made her first event appearance of 2019 at the event The Advanced Love Senior Prom and Book Launch that was held in the new studio of the jewelry designer Sonia Boyajian in West Hollywood. There are new press photos from the event but a lot of people who were there took photos with Scarlett who looked like she had a great time. Photos from the event are now up in the gallery.

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– Public Appearances > Events In 2019 > The Advanced Love Senior Prom and Book Launch

AVENGERS 4: Endgame Super Bowl Trailer

Last Sunday was the big Super Bowl and with it came all the new trailers and yes Avengers: Endgame got a new very small new trailer and like the last one it gave NOTHING away but did have three new clips of our girl in it. HD screen caps are up in the gallery and you can watch and then watch again the video below.

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– Movie Productions > Avengers: End Game > Trailer – Big Game Spot

BLACK WIDOW Will Begin Production at the End of February

We know that Marvel is working on developing a Black Widow film. We don’t know much about the film, but we do know that Scarlett Johansson will be returning as Natasha Romanova and according to Omega Underground, the film will begin production on February 28, 2019. We also know that Cate Shortland will be serving as director. While I would normally hope this means that we’ll learn more about the film, I’m not holding out hope for that until June or July of this year, a couple months after the release of Avengers: Endgame.

This production date may also help feed the idea that Katherine Langford will be playing a young Natasha Romanova in Endgame as she just dyed her hair red.

The story is rumored to be set in 2006, which is a couple years prior to the events of Iron Man. The characters Ref Guardian and Taskmaster are also rumored to be a part of the story. There’s also been talk of developing it as an R-rated film.

No release date has been given for Black Widow, but many are speculating it will be the mysterious film set for release on May 1, 2020.

Marvel ‘considering an R-rating for their Black Widow movie’ starring Scarlett Johansson

Daily Mail – Marvel Studios is moving forward with their stand alone Black Widow movie, which will be one of the studio’s Phase 4 movies, and could also be its first R-rated movie.

While unconfirmed at this time, That Hashtag Show’s Charles Murphy tweeted over the weekend that he’s heard Marvel has been discussing whether or not to make this an R-rated adventure.

‘When I first heard they were developing the Black Widow film, I also heard they were discussing whether or not to make it Marvel Studios first R-rated film,’ he said. He added nothing is set in stone, adding there is, ‘no way to know what they will settle on at this point.’

The blogger added that Disney has, ‘recently said that R-rated MCU films are a possibility,’ adding, ‘So if BW ends up R-rated, don’t be shocked.’

Murphy was referencing a statement from Disney CEO Bob Iger on an investor’s conference call in December, where he said, ‘There may be an opportunity for an R-rated Marvel brand as long as we let audiences know what’s coming.’

Scarlet Johansson will return as the title character, which she has played in 6 movies since making her MCU debut in 2010’s Iron Man 2. She also starred in 2012’s The Avengers, 2014’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier, 2015’s Avengers: Age of Ultron, 2016’s Captain America: Civil War and 2018’s Avengers: Infinity War. There has been talk of a stand-alone Black Widow movie for several years, but now the studio is finally moving forward.

Last year, before Marvel confirmed the Black Widow stand-alone movie was actually happening, Johansson hinted in an interview with Ellen DeGeneres that she thinks there is ‘room’ for the movie.

‘I think there’s room for it, she said, ‘The only way to do it would be if it were something that we’ve never sen before that was really groundbreaking and incredibly bad-a**.’ ‘I think it could be something really special, Johansson continued. ‘There’s a lot of room there. The character has a tortured past. She’s made a lot of difficult decisions. She has a lot of trauma. She’s got issues. There’s room to work them all out.’

Marvel has already brought on Cate Shortland (Berlin Syndrome) to direct, from a script by Jac Schaeffer (The Hustle). The studio is reportedly eyeing a 2020 release date, with Johansson slated to rake in a big payday for the movie. The actress is slated to earn a whopping $15 million for the movie, the same salary Chris Evans earned for Captain America: Civil War and Chris Hemsworth earned for Thor: Ragnarok.

Scarlett Johansson’s Trainers Open Up About Her Intense Workouts: ‘Her Work Ethic Is Unmatched’

People – Scarlett Johansson‘s fitness regime really is as tough as you’d imagine. The 34-year-old’s trainer and co-founder of Homage fitness Eric Johnson, tells PEOPLE he works with her to prepare for roles, but also to remain in shape when she’s not filming.

“She’s very consistent,” Eric says. “We go anywhere from two to three days a week when we’re maintaining and up to five, six days a week.”

Eric says while Johansson isn’t a fan of conditioning work, she does do a lot of strength training to build muscle.

“We are making sure that she’s strong enough that everything else is easy when it comes to her skill acquisition and stunt training or if she wants to go and learn a new sport, like tennis,” he adds. “What’s amazing with Scarlett is that she really loves the process. She’s extremely strong.”

Eric and his brother Ryan’s curated gyms are located in residential buildings in Miami, New York, and D.C., where clients can expect to use turf areas, sleds, battling ropes, and metabolic conditioning tools.

“We also have the classic machines that you would see in any big box gym and another space with a big squat rack where you can bench press and squat and dead lift,” Ryan says. “On the top floor we’ve made it where all the cardio machines are along with the stretching area.”

Given Johansson’s intense filming schedule, Eric says exercising “has to become like brushing your teeth” and they work together to figure out the best time for her schedule.

They also recommend “choosing your battles.”

“If it’s a Monday and you’re super slammed and you can just get a 20 to 30 minute session in, then do that,” Ryan says. “Then on Tuesday, if the day frees up and you can go a little longer, then do a 75-minute session. When Scarlett has those long night shoots and she’s filming throughout the night, that’s not the best day to do an hour-long session.”