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USA TODAY: Robert Downey Jr. weighs in on a future Black Widow movie.

Downey said, rather diplomatically: "It would be kind of more appropriate for a character that already was like Black Widow (to lead a movie). It just seems like whatever Scarlett does, people want to go see it."

He added: "The funny thing is— honestly, at this point, everyone deserves a franchise. I think Jeremy Renner is — when folks see Avengers: Age of Ultron, he’s just a rockstar, a badass.  And Ruffalo is pumped. He does great (work). I’d like to hear them talk even more seriously about a Hulk franchise, because that’s been one of the toughest ones to get right.  But I’m sure that my parent company is feeling expansive and bold after the summer they’ve had."

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Part of the cast of Avengers: Age of Ultron.

LIVEBLOG: Marvel Studios' Hall H panel | SDCC→

NOTE: There is no livestream video of the event but the videos (minus the exclusive footage) should be making their way online by tomorrow.

SIGHTINGS?: Per various Twitter posts, Robert Downey Jr. is reportedly back in the US as early as yesterday, May 2, 2014. He has been spotted in various locations in Nashville, Tennessee.

Jeremy Renner was also spotted in Nashville with RDJ, so it’s possible that he’s there for some Age of Ultron filming.

Other Vulture rankings→

Robert Downey Jr And ‘Avengers’ Cast Ready To Rumble With Stingy Marvel Over Sequel Money And Strong-Arming→

FYI:  The Avengers DVD/Blu-ray release (on Tuesday, 9/25/2012)

Best Buy: 
  • Best Buy Exclusive Collectors Set: Bluray 3D + Bluray + DVD + digital copy + digital music download.  Also includes: an illuminated 3D lenticular case, a hardbound Avengers character guide, a $30 Sideshow collectibles gift card, and a Litho card: $69.99
  • DVD/Blu-ray combo: $19.99
  • DVD only: $16.99
  • 3D Blu-ray + Blu-ray + DVD + digital copy: $24.99
  • DVD/Blu-ray: $19.99
  • DVD only: $16.99
  • Walmart Exclusive: Blu-ray + DVD + Marvel’s The Avengers graphic novel: combo: $27.96
  • 3D Blu-ray + Blu-ray + DVD + digital copy combo: $29.96
  • DVD/Blu-ray: $24.96
  • DVD only: $19.96 (comes with a free Avengers poster)
  • 3D Blu-ray + Blu-ray + DVD + digital  copy combo: $24.99
  • DVD/Blu-ray combo: $19.99
  • DVD only: $16.99

DVD EXTRAS: ”Assembling the Ultimate Team” featurette and audio commentary by Joss Whedon

BLU-RAY EXTRAS: all of the DVD EXTRAS plus — “A Visual Journey” featurette, deleted scenes (alternate and extended), Marvel One-shot: Item 47, gag reel, Soundgarden music video - “Live to Rise”

NOTE: Best Buy, Target, and Wal-mart all have Avengers-related merchandise sales, including all of the Phase One films on DVD or Blu-ray and the season DVDs for Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes (Best Buy).

If you’re undecided as to which version of The Avengers DVD or Blu-ray should you get, here’s a nifty table from that compares the different versions available.

(The special 10-disc Avengers Blu-ray set has been temporarily pulled from the market but will be on sale some time in spring 2013.)

The Avengers will be released on DVD and Blu-ray in North America in two weeks (September 25).

(Source: Amazon)

The Avengers to return this Labor Day weekend at your local North American theaters for a one-week engagement.

Check your local cinemas for air times.

(Source: Facebook)

Other Vulture rankings.→

In other subcategories of Vulture’s rankings list, RDJ was

  • #28 in “Tabloid Target”
  • #15 in “Critics’ Score”
  • #14 in “Magazine Covers”
  • #11 in the “Most Respected”
  • #4 in “Domestic Box Office” and “Overseas Box Office”
  • #2 in “Studio Favorite”
  • #2 in “International Star”
  • #1 in “Studio Value”
  • #1 in “Most Valuable Comedy Stars”
  • #1 in “Most Valuable Action Stars”

The general list also includes fellow Avengers Chris Hemsworth (#21), Jeremy Renner (#57), Scarlett Johansson (#71), and Chris Evans (#90).

ALSO: here’s the methodology that Vulture used in creating this list.