Chomping at the bit to finally watch Avengers: Age of Ultron? Well, you'll still have to wait until May 1st. But maybe this will help — someone's taken the time to piece together all the footage from the upcoming movie into one single, five minutes-plus mega-trailer.
The How It Should Have Ended guys have gotten their hands on Guardians of the Galaxy to the delight of everyone, including director James Gunn, who wrote: "Haha! I love these. Having a 'How It Should Have Ended' is better than winning an Oscar." Doesn't this mean they should direct GotG2? Or at least the last bit?
We may have out first at Ant-Man's similarly powered nemesis in his supervillain get-up. Locate a grain of salt, of course, but this appears to be concept art of Yellowjacket, the outfit/armor worn by Darren Cross, the Ant-Man antagonist played by Corey Stoll.
Ever wish that your life were more like a superhero movie? This comic explains what your childhood has in common with a Marvel movie—if not in superpowers, then at least in terms of escalating villains to fight.
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.
Obviously, if you don't want to know a pretty major plot development, stop reading and definitely don't watch the video. Or if you do, watch it on mute.
Giddy with anticipation over their upcoming superheroic slate — Iron Man 2, Thor, The Avengers — Marvel Studios is eyeing mid-list characters for mid-budgeted films. But does anyone really want a Dazzler movie?
Last week, it was revealed that Marvel's favorite Agent of SHIELD, Nick Fury, will be showing up in Kenneth Branagh's movie version of Thor... which apparently came as a surprise to the actor who plays him, Samuel L. Jackson.
Despite being burnt by experiences writing the last two X-Men movies, screenwriter Zak Penn told an audience at the Los Angeles Film Festival that he's excited to be writing the upcoming Avengers movie. The big difference? Guest-stars and co-operation, apparently.
The spiritual father of Marvel's Iron Man and The Incredible Hulk aren't necessarily who you might expect. At today's Adapting Comics To Screen panel, Stan Lee may have been happy to accept his share of the glories, but Incredible Hulk screenwriter has someone much more recent in mind: Ultimates writer Mark Millar.
Between mecha-fighter Iron Man's second movie, coming in April 30, 2010, and military-sponsored super-soldier Captain America, coming May 6, 2011, Marvel Comics' upcoming movie slate has a very militaristic feel. But where's the peaceful shrinking scientist Ant-Man, who communicates with ants? Apprently his movie's on…