There have been rumors that Marvel Studios has been going to turn Greg Pak’s hit comic saga Planet Hulk into a movie for years. It’s also been tied to Avengers: Age of Ultron, the Guardians of the Galaxy sequel, and now Thor: Ragnorak, too. But why are people obsessed with Planet Hulk getting a movie, when there are…
You saw the Tweet earlier, now see these big fellas in action! Sorta. This giant LEGO Avengers sculpture is attracting quite a lot of onlookers on the San Diego Comic-Con floor.
Avengers: Age of Ultron launches Phase 3 of Marvel’s movie universe. Which means even more interconnected stories, and brings us closer to the inevitable time when the universe is crushed under its own weight and has to restart from scratch. Here are the nine absolute worst ways that Marvel could reboot its movies.
It’s tough to be a superhero. Not only do you have to drop everything and get into a brawl at a second’s notice, but you’re frequently misunderstood. Superheroes’ personal lives are a mess — especially their sex lives. But it gets worse. Here are 10 superheroes who are physically unable to have sex. Ever.
Avengers: Age of Ultron contains approximately 1,000 characters that we're excited to see. But the biggest draw is probably still the Incredible Hulk. Ol' Jade Jaws has gotten a lease on life from the Avengers films. But we still have nine reasons why Hulk shouldn't get another solo film. (And one why he should.)
We loved the classic Incredible Hulk TV series for so many reasons — but one of the main factors was the beautiful sorrow of the green berserker who is all alone because nobody understands him. We're excited to premiere this supercut of all the best "lonely Hulk" scenes, featuring Bill Bixby and Lou Ferrigno in pain.
Sometimes you have a character who's really cool and unique... and then someone comes along and decides that if one of those characters is good, then a whole bunch of them would be even better. Who's the best example of a character who was way better when he or she was the only one around?
A couple weeks ago, Warner Bros. announced it was claiming release dates for nine unspecified DC Comics films, between now and 2020. This signaled that Warners is serious about building on the success of Man of Steel, and challenging Marvel's comic-book movie ascendancy. And here's why that's a good thing.
The Marvel Studios movies are filled with nods to Marvel's comics and TV shows, and while you probably caught every Stan Lee cameo, you may have missed a few of the allusions lurking in the background. This video attempts to explain them all.
It's the middle of summer movie season. These days, that means tons of movies, designed to bring in the broadest audience to justify their $100 million-plus budget. And sometimes, you can tell these films, deep down, want to be "B" movies. Here are 10 huge-budget movies that would have been more fun with less money.
Romance abounds in fiction — and science fiction and fantasy are full of epic romances too. But sometimes, it's just a bad idea. We see so many fictional couples that the writers clearly thought were a great idea, but are actually disasters. Here are the main signs that a fictional romance is a terrible, awful, bad…
Superheroes come in all forms, from green rage monsters to circus-acrobat ghosts. In fact, the superhero genre is just a conglomeration of other genres. But who's the weirdest and most mold-breaking superhero ever created?
The Hulk is the strongest superhero of them all, but he’s not the smartest. And what he has in sheer power he often loses in common sense, decency, and overall dignity, as evidenced throughout his lengthy comics career. Here are nine stories of the Hulk that are incredible only in the sense that they are incredibly …
The Incredible Hulk is a rampaging force of nature that destroys everything in his path — but he's also a tragic figure. And judging some early concept art for Ang Lee's movie version from artist Jim Carson, the Ang Lee Hulk could have been the saddest of all.
This week in the world of cartoons, Beware the Batman returns, Regular Show and Adventure Time spotlight relationship woes, and we bid farewell to Futurama!
On Earth, superheroes can soar through the air and swing through the urban jungle like Tarzan. But when costumed crime-fighters go into deep space, they often need a ship to zoom around in. Here's a round up of insane and awesome superhero space vehicles.
This week in the world of cartoons, we spend our last week in the late summer Bermuda Triangle of TV animation. Enjoy clips from Futurama, Teen Titans Go!, an upcoming Lego Star Wars special, and a few shows that aren't normally in the roundup, while some of our faves are on hiatus.
This week in the world of cartoons, well...lots of series are taking a late Summer vacation. Adventure Time, Regular Show, Beware the Batman, and Avengers Assemble are repeats, but, in the meantime, we have clips from Futurama, the new DC Nation Doom Patrol short, and an Ultimate Spider-Man/Hulk and the Agents of…
This week in the world of cartoons, we are treated to an unusual Marvel/Disney crossover, an Iron Man appearance on Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H., and a story of Fry traveling through time on Futurama.