I hope this is true, and not just *Bleeding Cool* trying to get the Carol Corps. excited.
Interesting casting. I think I like it.
Woah. Really? I just read the “Age of Ultron” comic book series, and I would *not* like a movie that was similar to that. If I did not have utmost trust in Joss, I would be pretty nervous about the next Avengers movie.
Come on. You know you want to.
Mark Your Calendars: May 1, 2015.
Too bad that [Nathan Fillion has already said he does not want to play Ant Man](http://www.comicbookmovie.com/fansites/GraphicCity/news/?a=60132). That could have been the next step to making this comic a reality.
Yes. Hell yes.
Rumor from [Blastr](http://blastr.com/2012/06/rumor-of-the-day-marvels-2.php):
> The plan, as [SuperHeroAuthority.com](http://www.superheroauthority.com/2012/06/marvel-and-disney-rumored-to-be.html) puts forth, is to release *The Avengers: The Director’s Cut* in theaters toward the end of the summer. Whedon has already mentioned that he’d be including some sort of director’s cut for the home-video release—complete with 30 minutes or so that he excised for Avengers’ theatrical run—so it’s not a reach to think that Marvel and Disney might throw the super-sized edition on the big screen as well.
I would almost surely go see it in the theatre to see the extra 30 minutes on the big screen.