Really wondering if Marvel Studios shouldn’t just rename ‘Captain America: Civil War’ – ‘Avengers 3: Civil War’ at this rate… Continue reading Ant-Man, Hawkeye and The Vision joining the ‘Captain America: Civil War’ party
I’ve seen it twice now and those 141 minutes of Avengers: Age of Ultron fly by way too quickly.
While the cameos didn’t make it, Whedon did film a 195-minute cut of the film and for all my fellow Avengers addicts like myself, we kinda need the Lord of the Rings Extended Edition for the biggest Marvel epic yet. Here’s five of the biggest reasons some of which are confirmed scenes Whedon (in interviews with Empire Film Podcast and Collider) shot while others I’m hoping were cut for time (spoiler-heavy so consider yourself warned)… Continue reading 5 reasons we need an extended cut of Avengers: Age of Ultron
With ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron,’ Marvel Studios’ crown jewel of its billion dollar franchise captures lighting (from Mjlonir) in a bottle again.
That ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ is every bit the ridiculously entertaining, goofy grin-inducer (perhaps even moreso) as its 2012 predecessor makes this even more impressive. With ‘Marvel’s The Avengers,’ we didn’t really know what to expect, but now the expectations are set and with Hawkeye-like precision ‘Ultron’ meets them in a way that audiences should leave thoroughly satisfied. Continue reading Avengers: Age of Ultron review – 2015’s mightiest epic blockbuster
One of the biggest questions for this summer movie season was would arguably the most ambitious blockbuster project actually deliver? After all, Marvel Studios invested four years and five films into setting up “Marvel’s The Avengers.”
After seeing it twice, I was tempted to simply write stop what you’re doing and go see it right now. No, seriously. Go right now. But in case you needed more convincing, here goes. Continue reading ‘Marvel’s The Avengers’ review – The new standard of comic book excellence
Perhaps teasing the side break down for next year’s ‘Captain America: Civil War,’ Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo and Jeremy Renner took on Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson and Chris Hemsworth in their most heated matchup yet — playing Family Feud on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
The cast seemed to have a ball even though clearly none of them are watching the show these days. Yet another difference between myself and these A-list actors.
With ‘Furious 7’ in the rear view, Robert Downey Jr. wants to remind everyone it’s an Avengers world and they’re here to save us from boredom and mediocre entertainment with the May 1 release of ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron.’
Kicking off joining Instagram, Downey showed his fellow Avengers behind the scenes at The Jimmy Kimmel Show. Continue reading The Avengers invade Robert Downey Jr’s Instagram
Mance Rayder wouldn’t in ‘Game of Thrones,’ but the ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ cast was all too happy to bend the knee for co-star Robert Downey Jr. received the Generation Award at the 2015 MTV Movie Awards.
After Mark Ruffalo opted to kneel during Downey’s acceptance speech, the rest of the cast (Scarlett Johansson, Chris Hemsworth, Jeremy Renner and Chris Evans) playfully joined in with a little encouragement from Mr. Iron Man himself. Continue reading Avengers bow down, J-Lo shines at 2015 MTV Movie Awards