See Chris Evans and Joss Whedon on the Cleveland Set of The Avengers

· Medical Mutual of Ohio: Your health care partner since 1934, your source of Avengers spoilers since Monday. The Cleveland-based shoot for the Joss Whedon-directed Marvel blockbuster is in full swing -- translation: explosions! -- and that means the Medical Mutual of Ohio Facebook page is littered with set photos. Click through to see Whedon and Chris Evans setting up for a scene, then stick around for more Buzz Break.


[via Facebook]

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  • Jason Thorne says:

    When you do that with movies like Robert Downey Jr. said about The Dark Knight and Inception, and when you do things like that about a man like Christopher Nolan - I've kept really quiet, but I'll tell you something, he went down in my estimation when he said that - we have not resorted to that. But I'll tell you - we're still fighting for box office supremacy, and The Avengers has to compete with The Dark Knight Rises next year and get something, and I tell you honestly, I will love it if The Dark Knight Rises outgrosses The Avengers, I will love it if we beat them, love it!

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