Clark Gregg’s Agent Phil Coulson heads to New Mexico in a preview of “Marvel One-Shot: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Thor’s Hammer,” a short film included on the upcoming Blu-Ray and DVD release of Captain America: The First Avenger.
I’m just going to go ahead and say it: I think that Marvel’s Black Widow is the most important female super-hero out there right now. It’s not because of her powers, or because of her history, but because she’s looking like the most likely candidate for first female super-hero to get her own movie anytime soon, now that DC has seemingly relegated Wonder Woman to television. Is it just me, or is something wrong with this picture?
The actor/director tells Spinoff Online he would be interested in seeking out more of author Chuck Palahniuk’s material. Gregg directed 2008’s Choke, one of just two films based on the writer’s work.
Here’s a weird surprise: The most illegally downloaded movie of the week? It’s not Iron Man 2, which makes its debut in the chart at #2, behind another new entry… One that wasn’t actually that big a hit at the box office.
Expectations are already high for next year’s Green Lantern movie, with fans excited to see how Ryan Reynolds does in the role of test pilot-turned-space cop Hal Jordan, and whether the movie will be able to kickstart a DC Comics movieverse in the same way that Marvel’s Iron Man is leading to The Avengers. But am I the only person who worries that Green Lantern has somehow skipped to its own sequel?
A 25-year-old fitness consultant created his very own War Machine armor based on its Iron Man 2 appearance, complete with a motorized faceplate and a spinning Gatling gun.
Without doing anything other than opening at midnight showings tonight, Iron Man 2 is already set for the record books. But why?