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September 16 2011

Chris Evans talks Avengers, Robert Downey and Joss fandom. Evans describes the why he's happy to be directed by Joss: "[T]he best thing about Joss is that Joss is a fan."

Can we please skip over the next few months and get to the Joss double-header already?
Up to this point, I was never sure how much of the cast praise for Joss was PR and how much was genuine, but Chris Evans really sounds to me like he means it.
After the complaints about Serenity and the lack of promotion I don't think we will be able to complain about the volume of Avengers promotion...
That Chris is such a gentleman. I like how everyone seems not only confident in the film but feels like it was a lot more fun to make than they expected!
Chris Evans, as a person, sounds much the way I think Reily would in the same situation.

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"After the complaints about Serenity and the lack of promotion I don't think we will be able to complain about the volume of Avengers promotion..."

Hee. : ) Oh no!! Whatever will we do!? We'll have to start now to come up with some nominations for the official complaints about The Avengers. I'm afraid it might take more brain power than we've got between us. Maybe even more than that Japanese K Computer. ;P
BreathesStory, I'm thinking we aren't going to have much to complain about; this movie should break some box office records.

And then everyone will know the name...Josh Wheldon.
BreathesStory - that's so funny! I too went a little bit 'Riley-Voice' in my head on one or two of the lines about RDJ
Man I loves me some Wheldon. Can't wait to see what he does with this small-time, under the radar flick.

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