The Star Wars/Marvel Crossover Rumor That's Too Weird To Be TrueKatharine Trendacosta3/18/14 9:00amFiled to: morning spoilersbelieveresurrectionpenny dreadfulonce upon a time in wonderlandwalking deaddoctor whoonce upon a time100supernaturalarrowgame of thronesorphan blackgothammaleficentmaze runnerx-men: days of future pastwolverineunder the skinavengers: age of ultronstar wars2072EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkCould another Wolverine movie be coming soon? Michiel Huisman reveals what's next for Daario and Daenerys on Game of Thrones. Get the first look at Ben McKenzie in action as Jim Gordon on Gotham. Find out which Flash characters will be dropping by on Arrow. Plus, how will Marvel introduce new characters to the Avengers? Spoilers now!Star WarsThere's almost no chance that this is true, but the latest issue of Boy's Life magazine is apparently claiming that Episode VII will show Tony Stark, aka Iron Man, as the creator of C-3PO and R2-D2. Besides the utter insanity of that, it does contradict The Phantom Menace, which had Anakin Skywalker building Threepio on Tatooine. A scan from the magazine is below.AdvertisementUpdate: And apparently it's an early April Fools joke. We should have known! [h/t Evie]Avengers: Age of UltronKevin Feige recently talked about how much we'll learn about the Avengers sequel on tonight's special Marvel Studios: Assembling a Universe, saying that, although there's no footage yet, there will be "more than a peek" at what's in store. More in-depth was his answer about James Spader's Ultron:AdvertisementIntroducing the new characters is going to be a lot of fun for the movie. That ever-changing roster is very important in the Avengers comics, and so how do we start to play with that [on the big screen]? Also our bad guy is great. I think people are going to be very, very excited to see what we're doing with the voice that Joss [Whedon] is bringing to life with James Spader for Ultron. We love Ultron from the comics, and have always loved Ultron, and at no point do we want him to just be a robot. We want him to have an extreme personality and attitude, and James Spader is doing an unbelievable job. Again, for us it's always about subverting expectations. Whenever you think you know what's coming next, we surprise people or deliver it in a slightly unexpected way. And Spader is doing that with Mr. Ultron.[Movies.com via Coming Soon]Under the SkinScarlett Johannson spoke to the Guardian about why she took the part of an alien preying on men in Scotland:SponsoredI heard Jonathan [Glazer] was making a film and originally it was a very different story. But I met him, and it was very clear that he was struggling to figure out what he was doing with it, and what had attracted him to it. It wasn't his passion project but there was something in the idea of having a character that was an alien that could give him the freedom to be completely observant without any judgment. I think we were both interested in that. I thought it would be incredibly challenging to play a character that's free of judgment, that has no relationship to any emotion I could relate to. And for me, at this point, I think it much more interesting for me to look at something and know that I can play it, but not know how, rather than to look at something and go, 'Ah, I can do that.' And then just do it.[The Guardian]WolverineAnswering the question on Twitter, director James Mangold said that the next standalone Wolverine movie is, as of now, scheduled for right after X-Men: Apocalypse:[via Coming Soon]X-Men: Days of Future PastSpeaking of X-Men, here's an Instagram teaser. [Coming Soon]The Maze RunnerFrom Digital Spy comes the very first poster for this teen dystopian movie. [Digital Spy via First Showing]MaleficentHere's a promo centered around Maleficent's "stolen" wings. [via Coming Soon]GothamWENN.com has the first set photos showing Ben McKenzie in character as Jim Gordon. Go here for more. ShareTweet Kinja is in read-only mode. We are working to restore service.