We recently confirmed that Joss Whedon is putting together a S.H.I.E.L.D. series for television under the auspices of a wider deal with Marvel.
As we’ve been tracking on TG, classic comic prices have been going up since the insane success of The Avengers, and apparently they’ve gone even higher in recent weeks.
Marvel has released a set of promotional images showcasing the upcoming release of its Cinematic Universe: Phase One – Avengers Assembled 10-Disc Limited Edition Six-Movie Collector’s Set.
The recession took down a lot of businesses, and movies got hit hard as well.
But now with the economy slowly bouncing back, movies are breaking records at the box office, thanks to the help of superheroes.
We recently ran a report about the comic business and how well Marvel stacks up against DC.
At the moment, Joss Whedon is on top of the world with the incredible success of The Avengers, but I was also hoping Cabin in the Woods, which he co-wrote with Drew Goddard, would do better.
So you’re running a major studio and couldn’t get The Avengers.
Well, hey, that’s no reason to rip your hair out over missing such a huge superhero goldmine, as there’s plenty of superheroes who have yet to make the big screen.
Some time ago there was a Justice League movie in the works at Warner Brothers that George Miller (The Road Warrior, Happy Feet) was going to direct.
AMC will be screening a mega-Dark Knight Marathon right before the release of Rises on July 20.
We all know that in Hollywood that A-list movie stars make enough money to buy a small country, and if you're big enough to get gross points, or a generous back end deal, you can back the Brinks truck right up to the front door.
What a difference a year makes. Yes, the Avengers has been a huge money making and crowd pleasing hit on a level we haven't seen in a long time.
The Hulk was one of my favorite superheroes growing up, and it was really a shame that neither big screen Hulk film got it right.
If you were around in the 1970’s, you may recall there was a lot of anger near the close of the decade when a lot of movies were going over budget.
As we've been reporting in recent weeks, fan anticipation for The Avengers is borderline insane.
The news has just broken that The Avengers is indeed a terrific film, and should do mega business when it hits theaters on May 4.
Yes, Hunger Games and Avengers are currently the most anticipated movies of the year, but the last installment of Dark Knight is absolutely going to be a big deal when it hits theaters on July 20.
With The Avengers and The Amazing Spider-Man coming soon, it only makes sense to create video games out of these superhero franchises, and that's just what's been announced at the Game Developers Conference.
We all know the old saying - it’s very lonely at the top.
On May 4, 2012, comic fans and geeks will hit the motherlode with The Avengers, which brings together Iron Man, Thor, The Hulk, Captain America, Hawkeye, Loki, Black Widow, and Nick Fury.
Tom Hiddleston plays Loki in the Marvel Film universe. The character was the primary antagonist of this year’s Thor, and we already know that he will play a big part in the upcoming Avengers film.