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Thor: Ragnarok San Diego Comic-Con trailer is *$#%@!^ awesome

Loki and Thor ... and machineguns!
Jul 22
// Rick Lash
Thor: Ranarok had a tough encore. It's first trailer was the stuff of movie nerd wet dreams and it bowed during the Super Bowl. It's hard to make a better entrance than that. Now disregard everything I just said, as its secon...

Scarlett Johansson says Avengers: Infinity War will have scene with 32 characters

Avengers: Royal Rumble?
Jun 20
// Rick Lash
Scarlett Johansson, aka Scar-Jo, aka The Crimson Swedishman visited The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to promote her Rough Night (as rough as it proclaims; read all about it!). And somewhere along the way, fan...
Thor: Ragnarok trailer photo
If you asked me two years ago if I'd be excited about a new Thor movie, the answer would be, "No, not at all." Enter Thor: Ragnarok from Taika Waititi (What We Do in the Shadows, Hunt for the Wilderpeople). It's... it... Guys...

Thor: Ragnarok pics photo
Thor: Ragnarok pics

New Thor: Ragnarok pics include Technicolor Goldblum, Goth Blanchett, GladiaThor

This looks like a gaudy 80s sci-fi epic!
Mar 09
// Hubert Vigilla
Yesterday we showed the Entertainment Weekly cover that revealed the first look at Thor: Ragnarok. Hemsworth got a gladitorial haircut, Cate Blanchett got Hela mascara and eye shadow, and Tessa Thompson has tapped into t...

Thor: Ragnarok photo
Thor: Ragnarok

First look at Thor's new look in Thor: Ragnarok

Are you not entertained?
Mar 08
// Matthew Razak
Thor: Ragnarok has long be toted as a bit of a tonal shit for the franchise, and to really emphasize this it appears that Thor himself is getting a new look. The long, luxurious, flowing blonde locks of Chris Hemsworth's...
Thor: Ragnarok photo
Thor: Ragnarok

Thor: Ragnarok concept art reveals Gladiator Hulk and new villain Hela

Some more Thor for your core
Feb 14
// Nick Valdez
It seems the Doctor Strange home video release is going to pack in quite a bit of goodies. Along with both "Team Thor" shorts, it's also sharing our first peek into Thor: Ragnarok. This concept art revealed during a video tea...
Strange, Thor, Hulk photo
Strange, Thor, Hulk

Doctor Strange officially joins Thor and Hulk for Thor: Ragnarok

Post-credit sequence now confirmed
Jan 03
// Hubert Vigilla
We're learning more about Thor: Ragnarok in trickles and dribbles and other words that may be associated with bladder control issues later in life. Directed by Taika Waititi (What We Do in the Shadows, Hunt for the Wilderpeop...

San Diego Comic-Con reveals Hulk gladiator Armor from Thor: Ragnarok

Jul 23
// Rick Lash
Instagram is blowing up with pictures from Marvel, Marvel employees, and San Diego Comic-Con attendees. One such gem: gladiator armor that the Hulk will wear in 2017's Thor: Ragnarok (November 3). While plot details of Thor: ...

Thor Ragnarok Cast Grows, Adds THE HULK & more

May 20
// Rick Lash
Marvel just announced some major additions to its third Thor film, Thor: Ragnarok including Cate Blanchett, Jeff Goldblum, Karl Urban, and Tessa Thompson. Oh, and another guy you might have heard of, Mark Ruffalo, as a l...
Marvel Money photo
Marvel Money

Hulk and Ant-Man fight over coke for our money

Feb 08
// Nick Valdez
Sad over the lack of Hulk in the latest non-Avengers yet still Avengers movie, Captain America: Civil War? Well here he is fighting chasing down Ant-Man and a can of Coca-Cola. Wait, why am I even writing on this? It's not like Coke paid me off or someth- drinkcokedrinkcokedrinkcokedrinkcoke
Thor photo

Mark Ruffalo's Hulk to appear in Thor: Ragnarok

Hulk need own movie
Oct 16
// Matthew Razak
At the end of Avengers: Age of Ultron we see the Hulk flying off depressed to some unknown isolation. This leads us to one of the biggest issues with the Marvel universe at the moment: The Hulk has no standalone movie so...

If other cinematic comic book characters had forehead tattoos like The Joker

Apr 27 // Hubert Vigilla
Batman Superman Captain America Iron Man Black Widow The Incredible Hulk Spider-Man Wonder Woman Groot Daredevil Aquaman Doctor Doom Deadpool Bane Lex Luthor Scarlet Witch Quicksilver Green Lantern Loki Nick Fury
Comic Book Forehead Tats photo
Wanna know how I got these facial tattoos?
We all know what Jared Leto's version of The Joker will look like in Suicide Squad. It's a little overdone (by "a little" I mean "completely"), but it's all about the execution in the actual film and Leto's performance in the...


Joss Whedon discusses why Ant-Man won't show up in Age of Ultron

"It didn't make sense to introduce a third scientist"
Feb 24
// Matt Liparota
Comic book fans can be a protective lot, especially when it comes to their favorite properties and characters. It was no surprise, then, that some were upset when Joss Whedon announced a while back that the Avengers' longtime...

Mark Ruffalo says some things about a stand alone Hulk film

No, it's not coming... yet
Feb 17
// Matthew Razak
It's been tough going for the Hulk when he's not in an Avengers film, but Mark Ruffalo has made everyone want a stand alone Hulk movie once again. The chances of that happening any time soon aren't to good though. We know tha...

Details on upcoming Hulk related movie action

Feb 04
// Matthew Razak
Hulk was easily the biggest surprise coming out of The Avengers. After the multiple false starts he suffered the studio didn't think he was movie material, but he blew audiences away in the film. So when is Hulk's movie comin...
So unfortunately with every Thanostastic piece of Marvel movie news, there's some bad news to follow. One of my favorite Marvel film characters (he was especially awesome in The Avengers), and comic book universe in general, ...


Avengers featurette shows how to make Mark Ruffalo angry

Jun 07
// Alec Kubas-Meyer
I've already explained my qualms with CG, so I won't get into that here. I will say, though, that The Avengers has easily some of the best CGI I've ever seen. It's definitely not perfect, especially when Jeremy Renner a...

Official timeline released for Marvel Cinematic Universe

May 18
// Bob Muir
This probably would have been better to release before The Avengers came out, but better late than never: Marvel has created this nice infographic that lays out the official timeline for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It cove...

Review: The Avengers

May 03 // Xander Markham
[embed]206906:37787[/embed] The AvengersDirector: Joss WhedonRating: PG-13Release Date: May 4, 2012 The plot is negligible at its deepest, with its single permutation - Loki's extradimensional army arriving and tearing Manhattan a new one - evident from the trailer. While this does make the movie's first two acts feel like they're running on the spot, delaying the bombastic climax through vague motivations and narrative machinations (the reasons for Loki allowing himself to get captured on the SHIELD helicarrier are brittle at best), there's enough character work being done that there's still plenty of fun to be had in the clashes of superegoes, setting up a robust dynamic between the heroes - with Tony Stark unsurprisingly at the centre of most conflicts - for when they finally have to come together. The movie is assisted by not having to do much legwork in defining each of its main players, opting instead of offer brief recaps for anyone who might have missed Thor, Captain America or Nick Fury and Natascha Romanoff's appearances in Iron Man 2 (the key texts underpinning most of the plot). Whedon gives each of them a clear voice from the get-go and doesn't hold from creating factions - Stark's respect for Bruce Banner's accomplishments creates an 'opposites attract' vibe between Downey Jr's energetic sarcasm and Ruffalo's laid-back scruffiness - and fights, with Steve Rogers unimpressed by Stark's egotism and uncomfortable with an Asgardian conflict being brought to Earth. Only Romanoff and Hawkeye feel thin on the ground in terms of characterisation, despite dedicated performances from a game Scarlett Johansson and Jeremy Renner. Though they both see plenty of action, their backstory is entirely between themselves and has no immediate relevance to the plot, although it would make for an interesting spin-off. This separates them from the others, leaving them feeling more like support than part of the core team. Romanoff - referred to only in passing as Black Widow - does better thanks to her pre-established affiliation with Nick Fury (a disappointingly inert Sam Jackson), with Hawkeye more involved when operating outside the group, reduced in the climax to firing arrows from a distant rooftop. On the other side, Loki is a strong villain, played with vindictive pettiness by Tom Hiddlestone. His motives for creating an invasion of Earth are not exactly deep - he's still annoyed at Thor for kicking him out of Asgard, basically - but Hiddlestone makes him into a fascinating mess of childish insecurities, regularly flashing his cheesy evil grin and ranting about the meaninglessness of freedom (an instance where a presumed WW2 veteran stands up to his is a painful slip into cliché, though) as a cover for him really being nothing more than a spiteful little brother. More might have been made out of his familial connection to Thor, which is only mentioned as a recap and changes little about how they react to one another. He's as much a punchline as he is a threat, with some of the movie's many strong gags coming at his expense, particularly Thor's line about him being adopted, and the hysterical result of an ill-advised stand-off with Hulk. A shame the Chitauri themselves are so faceless, existing solely as an army and showing none of their shape-shifting or double-crossing tendencies from the comics. If the movie is fun but meandering whilst sorting out the Avengers leadership, the final showdown is worth every second of the wait. In terms of location and events, it isn't all that far removed from the godawful Transformers: Dark Of The Moon, yet in establishing a vividly distinctive and likeable set of characters, some sense of the battle being fought as much on a tactical level (with Captain America's natural leadership countering the brute force and numberical advantage of the Chitauri strikeforce) as an explodey one, and reasonably clear sequence of events, it succeeds in being the thrilling, extended geek-wank extravaganza that Bay lacked the focus to execute. Whedon's love of the material comes through as much in his visual flair as his writing. He embraces the bouncy, colourful fun of a world which could have this group of characters in it, let alone operating as part of a team. Though the seriousness of the central threat is played with a straight face - even hitting a powerful tragic note around the midpoint - flourishes which might otherwise have been directorial crimes (slow-mo should only be used to emphasize 'cool' moments when you've got Thor delivering a Mjolnir blow across Hulk's chin) are escalated to giddy delights, and touches like the endearingly daft humour (perfected with a Galaga joke) and background glimpses of clips from the preceding movies only add to an abundant sense of fun. Though a series of persistent annoyances prevent it from quite living up to the gargantuan hype - aside from the previously mentioned issues, the heroes (in particular Iron Man) seem too overpowered to ever be in real danger - Joss Whedon deserves enormous credit for creating a movie worthy of its stars and giving each of them myriad opportunities to shine. Everyone will have their favourites - toss up between Captain America and Hulk for me - and very good reasons to back their choices up. If you're a longstanding Marvel nerd, the spectacular climactic smackdown alone is probably worth another five points on top of the score below, but this is a party where even the noobiest newcomers will find much to enjoy, even if the mid-credits teaser will be as baffling as always. A more original plot would be nice for the inevitable reassembly, but Whedon and his Avengers have put down one hell of a challenge to Batman's claim on this summer's blockbuster throne.  Matthew Razak - This review was written fully in my head at the moment I left the theater. WOOOOOOOOOOOO! That was awesome! I have to remember to tell people to stay until after the credits. WOOOOOOOOO! What the hell was I supposed to remember? - 89 -  Exceptional

The first of 2012's behemoth blockbusters arrives with the weight of four years' build-up on its shoulders and rabid fan expectations to live up to. Despite none of the movies leading up to this point being particularly speci...


Captain America 2 coming in 2014

Apr 05
// Jamie R Stone
What's this you say? Captain America is getting a SEQUEL? Who ever could have predicted these events?! I am simply floored by this announcement, Disney/Marvel/EA/whatever-the-hell-you-are-these-days. Yeah, and apparently it's...

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