The Avengers 2 is being titled The Avengers: Age of Ultron. The sequel will add new superheroes to the returning group of Iron Man, Hulk, Captain America, Thor, Black Widow, and Hawkeye. Find out who those new superheroes are, and more, right here.
To the mounting fandemonium and discussion of Guardians of The Galaxy, I offer my GIF review, charting the highs and lows of this wild ride.
In 2008, Marvel Studios and Paramount Pictures took a huge gamble by releasing Iron Man, thus setting into motion a plan to create a cinematic fabric that would either succeed or fail. Though there were some rough patches, Phase I completed with the resounding success.
Fox is gearing up to premiere Gotham this fall, and while we’ve seen trailers and TV spots, it looks like there is still room to add new characters. On Friday, the Batman prequel series announced that Dexter actor David Zayas is joining the cast, and in the new series, he won’t be playing one of the detectives in the squad.
Not so fast, kemosabe. Guardians Of The Galaxy is perhaps the nerdiest movie of the year, and nerd movies are always frontloaded. The theaters that were packed last night with people who have been saying “I am Groot” for months are not going to be the same as the casuals on Saturday afternoon who simply need somewhere air-conditioned to go, just as long as it's familiar.
When Marvel first announced its plans to make a Guardians Of The Galaxy movie, there were some fears that the general public might be too unfamiliar with the lesser known comic book property to show up in the crazy numbers needed to turn a profit.
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It's time to answer another burning question from the annals of the Marvel Cinematic Universe! This week, we answer the question of who we think would be the most (and least) worthy to wield the power of Thor's epic hammer, Mjolnir.
Feel free to go absolutely crazy in the comment section ranting and raving about the smallest details and biggest plot points of the entire movie. If you haven’t seen the film yet, do yourself a favor and bail on this article.
Marvel Studios has become known for a lot of things over the last six years, but perhaps one of their most crowd-pleasing habits is the inclusion of special post-credits sequences at the end of their movies. Sometimes they’re used to tease future events in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and sometimes their just for fun – but they’re pretty much all very entertaining. Their latest film, James Gunn’s Guardians of the Galaxy, is no different, and contains one of the best post-credits sequences yet.
This week I am joined by Jack Giroux from Film School Rejects, who helps me break down the ins and outs of the movie. In case the headline wasn’t a big enough clue, we do get into spoiler territory, so watch at your own risk if you haven’t seen the film yet. Now that’s all out of the way, hit the play button inside!
Above is a neat-o little video regarding the history of the onscreen Marvel universe, and the various nods and Easter Eggs regarding each film thus far - from the studio's first (Iron Man) to its tenth, this weekend's Guardians Of The Galaxy. Well, technically its eighth, since it stops before Captain America: The Winter Soldier, which doesn't hit Blu-ray/ DVD until September 9th.
The story of Peter Quill, the character played by Chris Pratt in James Gunn’s Guardians of the Galaxy, is certainly a strange one. As a child back in the 1980s, he found himself whisked off of planet Earth and far off into the cosmos where he would spend the rest of his life living amongst all kinds of bizarre aliens from other worlds.
There are so many reasons why you’d want to bring your kids to see James Gunn’s Guardians of the Galaxy this weekend, and a handful of reservations keeping you from grabbing tickets for the whole family.
The Mad Titan known as Thanos is quickly becoming more and more important figure in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The purple-skinned alien was revealed as being the puppet master behind the Chitauri invasion in Joss Whedon’s The Avengers, and, as we learned earlier this year, he will be playing a small part in James Gunn’s Guardians of the Galaxy.