ELLEN PAGE In Talks about ANOTHER Comic Book Film, PAUL GIAMATTI on the SINISTER SIX?

Elle Page
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From KITTY PRYDE to QUEEN & COUNTRY

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Ellen Page is the latest actor with multiple comic book roles on her resume. According to The Hollywood Reporter Page is in negotiations to start in 20th Century Fox’s adaptation of Greg Rucka’s Oni Press title Queen and Country. The trade reports the current script is by Ryan Condol, after Rucka and John Rogers previously tried writing drafts.

Page would play Tara Chace of course, a British SOS operative whose identity is compromised after she carries out an assassination.

Paul Giamatti Hints at SINISTER SIX In AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2

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Next May's Amazing Spider-Man 2 already promises the big-screen debut of Electro (played by Jamie Foxx) and Rhino (played by Paul Giamatti), but in a recent interview with MTV Giamatti is teasing there may be more than just two adversaries for Marvel's wall-crawler to face in this upcoming film.

"There will be several villains in this movie, some more in the foreground like Jamie Foxx and a couple of us hanging around in the background because there will be a bigger deal later." When asked squarely if this was leading to the Sinister SIx forming up on screen, Giamatti admits that "he doesn't know" but that "it seems to be what they're doing."

Marvel One-Shot: Agent Carter Director Confirms More Carter One-Shots

Although the short film Marvel One-Shot: Agent Carter won't make its official debut until September 24 when it's released as part of the Iron Man 3 Blu-Ray, its director Louis D'Esposito has told Collider, "What we’ve discussed is that there are going to be more Peggy Carter stories that we need to tell.  She is wildly popular," D'Esposito tells Collider.

"Hayley loves it, and we love it.  What we’ll do and how we’ll do it has not been determined yet, but those discussions have started.  It’s in our consciousness that we need to tell another Peggy Carter story, somehow. Yet to be figured out yet, though."

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