Welcome to the MCU Weekly Pulse, a rundown of all the stories throughout the Marvel Cinematic Universe that we didn’t cover in News or Features this past week.

Avengers: Age Of Ultron Animatic Showcases Unused Cap/Widow Team-Up

No one could fault Avengers: Age Of Ultron for having too little action. Still, there were some moments left on the cutting room floor. Case in point, Marvel story-boarder Federico D’Alessandro recently uploaded an animatic he worked on for a scene in the film where Black Widow and Captain America team up to take down some Ultron drones following the bridge rescue Cap and Thor team up on.

It’s a shame this scene didn’t get filmed as watching Chris Evans and Scarlett Johansson fight together is always a treat. Check out D’Alessandro YouTube page for more videos and on May 6th, see Cap and Widow on opposing sides of a battle for Captain America: Civil War.

Source: io9.

Ant-Man Finishes Its Domestic Run

While Ant-Man continues to play in various international markets to acclaim, it has officially finished its domestic run. And the folks at Box Office Mojo have the final numbers.

As the movie continues in markets like China, the overall haul for the film will continue to rise, but even at home the film has more than surpassed it’s $130 million budget.

Ant-Man is out now on Blu-ray/DVD/Digital, and can next be seen in 2016’s Captain America: Civil War before going on to co-headline Ant-Man & the Wasp in 2018.

Source: Box Office Mojo.

Marvel Teases Iron Man 3 Bonus Features For Phase 2 Boxset

As Marvel continues promotion on their recently released boxset for Phase 2, they’ve posted a couple of videos to Twitter relating to Iron Man 3. The first shows Ty Simpkins auditioning for the role of Tony Stark’s (Robert downey, Jr.) youngest partner, Harley Keener.

The second video focuses on the Trevor Slattery (Ben Kingsley) One Shot All Hail The King. In it, writer and director Drew Pearce (who also co-wrote Iron Man 3) discusses his worries about tackling the project.

You can see all these goodies and more in Marvel’s Phase 2 Collection, out now on home video.

Source: Marvel on Twitter.

Two New Jessica Jones Promos

While there is still no word about a second season of Marvel and Netflix’s hit Jessica Jones, the companies are continuing to roll out promotion for the series. The official Twitter for the show has posted two new short promos, focusing on Luke Cage (Mike Colter) and Kilgrave (David Tennant) and the two very different roles they have in our heroes life.

All 13 episodes of Jessica Jones are now streaming on Netflix and Luke Cage will premier sometime in 2016.

Source: Jessica Jones on Twitter.

Mark Ruffalo Discusses The Lack Of Hulk Solo Films

To the casual movie fan, it might seem odd that Mark Ruffalo hasn’t starred in a solo Hulk film, but to those of us who follow the ins and outs of the MCU, we’ve known for awhile that the delay has com from Universal still owning the distribution rights to the character unless he appears as part of a team. Ruffalo sat down with Yahoo! Movies recently to discuss his career, and the issue was of course brought up once again.

“I think they’ve been working on it. Marvel and Universal famously don’t get along very well, and so that’s working against us, definitely. But I know for a fact that everyone is holding out hope that one day we can do it. But the nature of the relationship right now, it’s a little prohibitive. And I hope that that changes, that changes with regimes, it changes over the course of time. But right now it doesn’t look particularly promising.”

So, as many of us assumed and feared, this means no new solo Hulk films following Edward Norton‘s turn as Bruce Banner in 2008’s The Incredible Hulk anytime soon. But the deal does let the character appear in films like The Avengers and a recently announced role in Thor: Ragnarok.

Source: Comic Book Resources.

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