Iron Man, Chris Pratt and Tom Cruise headline one of the biggest summers ever at the movies. Here’s your guide to all the films you need to watch at least twice
With fans and Marvel executives alike pondering an Avengers/Guardians team-up, we look back at cosmic threats that were big enough to bring two heavy-hitting super-teams together!
Are you ready to see Mark Ruffalo pull double duty as the Hulk and Maestro? We certainly are.
Here are the stories we want to see adapted should Marvel and Fox ever go for a team-up.
When Marvel’s two biggest franchises throw down, who really wins?
With “Marvel’s Avengers Confidential: Punisher & Black Widow” on the way, we count down five more super pairings we want to see on the small screen.
With Kevin Feige’s “never say never” attitude toward a potential crossover between Marvel’s Avengers and Fox’s X-Men, we look at the stories they could draw inspiration from.
If there’s one thing that a quick look at the current state of television and movies will tell you, it’s that there’s not much need for original ideas when there’s so much out there ready and waiting to be adapted, updated or just outright ripped off. That’s why we’ve decided to help in that process with a series that offers up some of the things we’d like to see being brought to big screen or small. This week’s suggestion? Avengers Academy.
The (somewhat surprising) revelation that Guillermo del Toro really is working on a movie that teams DC Comics’ supernatural characters like Zatanna, John Constantine, Deadman and Swamp Thing isn’t just a tease for what would likely end up being a good movie, it’s a sign of a way that DC could avoid looking like they’re attempting to follow in Marvel’s footsteps a little too closely.
With Hallowe’en out the way, we can finally start turning out attention to the inevitable oncoming onslaught of the holidays, and the question of whether or not we’re going to be able to escape our families during these stressful periods with televisual distractions. The answer…? Of course so. Here are five highlights of November’s new shows.
It’s hard to know how to react to the news that Clark Gregg will be reprising his role as the SHIELD pilot that Joss Whedon is putting together for ABC. Of course, the fan faithful who adored the character in his appearances through all of the Marvel movies to date are excited to see that his career didn’t end with Marvel’s The Avengers, but still… Isn’t this ultimately a bad decision on Marvel’s part?
That Joss Whedon has been signed by Disney/Marvel to write and direct Avengers 2 shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone, given the outrageous success of the first one. But that he’s also going to create a “Marvel-based” series for ABC is the far more interesting news to come from Disney today – and the kind of thing that’s likely to drive speculation for quite some time to come.