The Russo brothers are plotting some sort of mysterious, hyper-ambitious "global television franchise"

Fresh off the finger-snapping fun of Avengers: Infinity War—and even as they’re deep into post-production work on the still-untitled Avengers 4—brothers Joe and Anthony Russo are revving up their next big project. Amazon announced today that it was teaming up with the pair—who got their start in TV, back before they…

Chadwick Boseman teams up with the Russos again for first post-Black Panther starring role

According to Deadline, Avengers: Infinity War directors Joe and Anthony Russo are reuniting with Chadwick Boseman (the Black Panther himself) for 17 Bridges, an action thriller that they’re producing with Boseman and STXfilms. This news comes just a day after this very website put together an exhaustive list of every…

Here's everything Infinity War directors Joe and Anthony Russo are currently working on

Joe and Anthony Russo are a couple of busy boys, which is the sort of good problem that you run into when you somehow transition from being reliable directors of cult comedy TV shows to being reliable directors of wildly expensive and ridiculously massive superhero movies. Here at The A.V. Club, it seems like we get a…

Your bladder will be relieved to learn Avengers: Infinity War has only 1 post-credits scene

As befits a movie featuring 60 or more characters—including several of whom have their own franchises—Avengers: Infinity War has the longest runtime of any Marvel Cinematic Universe movie to date, clocking in at 156 minutes. That sounds like just enough time to find the last Infinity Stone, show us how the Asgardian…

Noah Hawley, Robert Kirkman, and the Russo brothers are teaming up for a new crime drama

FX has managed to consolidate the better part of a comic book zeitgeist in one of its upcoming projects, with Variety reporting that Fargo and Legion’s Noah Hawley, Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman, and Joe and Anthony Russo, the directors of the upcoming Avengers: Infinity War, have all signed on for one of the…

Russo brothers teaming up with the directors of Swiss Army Man for sci-fi project

According to Deadline, Joe and Anthony Russo (a.k.a. The Russos) are going to be working with Swiss Army Man directors Daniel Scheinert and Daniel Kwan (a.k.a. The Daniels) on their next movie. We don’t know any specifics about the project, but it’s going to be a sci-fi story that will somehow be “as original as Swiss…

The Russo brothers find yet another comic book to turn into a TV show

In the film world, the Russo brothers operate in the comic-book mainstream, but it seems that on television they are angling to tackle the genre’s more obscure properties. According to The Wrap, Anthony and Joe are producing an adaptation of Valiant Entertainment’s Quantum And Woody for television. The comic follows a…

The Bluth family’s stair car had a cameo in Captain America: Civil War

Joe and Anthony Russo have rapidly risen up the Hollywood ranks, from well-regarded sitcom directors, to their current positions as the superhero-punching, blockbuster kings of all movies. But that doesn’t mean they’ve forgotten how they got here, peppering their films with cameos and references to their small-screen…

Workaholic Russo Brothers produce yet another superhero movie, this one in China

Most of us would probably spend the week after opening one of the year’s biggest superhero movies by taking a break—maybe catch up on our reading for a bit, or chill out with an episode of Community. Not so Joe and Anthony Russo, whose Captain America: Civil War just kicked off the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Phase 3…

Russo brothers developing TV project in case the Avengers thing doesn’t work out

Captain America: Civil War directors Joe and Anthony Russo have pretty full schedules for the foreseeable future, what with them directing the two-part Avengers: Infinity War saga for Marvel as well. But Deadline is reporting that they’ve just picked up the rights to a TV project they can develop in whatever passes…

The Russo brothers screen Captain America: Civil War for “Chris Evans”

These are boom times for directors Anthony and Joe Russo. The Cleveland-born siblings have already helmed one massively successful Captain America film, 2014’s The Winter Soldier, and they have another one, Civil War, scheduled to open on May 6. Plus, they have two Avengers films—both halves of the Infinity War …

Captain America: Civil War to have several movies’ worth of post-credits scenes

Post-credits scenes have been around for a few decades but in recent years, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has made the most effective use of them to bridge the gaps between films and intellectual properties. Which is why, as desperate as they might have been for a bathroom break after The Avengers, viewers remained in…