Avengers: Age of Ultron is probably one of the most anticipated sequels of all time by comic book movie standards. And the film, not due out until next year, had a huge showing at this weekend’s San Diego Comic-Con. Meet me after the jump for video footage of the panel featuring many of the stars of the film.
May 16th can’t come soon enough.
It’s a huge date on the 2014 calendar. An enormous date. A monstrous date, some might say, circled, underlined many times and even highlighted. I’ve got arrows scribbled down in my hardcopy agenda pointing to it.
Don’t play coy! As if you don’t know!
May 16, 2014 is the date that Godzilla gets released in every-imaginable-theatre-around-the-world. Follow me after the jump for the latest jaw-dropping footage!
We didn’t get an episode of “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” this week. Instead, we got an admittedly self-serving but ultimately cool special about the Marvel Cinematic Universe, called “Marvel Studios: Assembling a Universe.” Among other things, including a history of the studio, secret Easter eggs in the movies, etc., we also got a sneak peek at the concept art for two of the most anticipated new Avengers from Avengers: Age of Ultron. Meet me after the jump for Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch…
Godzilla is real, and big, and coming very soon! See the new international trailer after the jump!
I had high hopes when I started out watching Martha Marcy May Marlene. I’d read the rave reviews for the story, for director and writer Sean Durkin’s work, Elizabeth Olsen’s inspired performance as a psychologically-damaged ingenue, freshly sprung from the arms of a charismatic cult leader. Unfortunately, and I am most definitely in the minority here, I found the movie a tad slow moving and slightly obscure. Additionally (and pettily) – and I’m just going to say it – I hate the title of this film.