Stan "The Man" Lee is quite a remarkable personality - as well as an old time comics master at the ripe old age of 90.
Although it may often be too much to take in all at once, seeing a movie in IMAX can be a hell of an experience.
With the movie business in a constant state of flux, it's no wonder we've been hearing so much about tech like 3D and 48 frames per second.
As we've previously reported, there's been quite a lot of controversy over The Hobbit being shot at 48 frames a second, which Peter Jackson feels will revolutionize movies.
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.
As discussed recently on TG, when two or more blockbusters are vying for the same release date, it is often a big game of chicken to see who’s going to get out of the way first.
With Marvel fielding the third biggest movie of all time with The Avengers, and DC about to have a huge smash with The Dark Knight Rises, you just know the two films are going to be compared to each other.
We all knew from the tracking reports that The Avengers would be a big movie, but the film has actually been insanely successful.
The current round of Batman films are due to end this July with The Dark Knight Rises, and it's really too bad we won't see Christopher Nolan bringing to life many of the villains we still haven't seen on the big screen.
IMAX was given a big boost when Chris Nolan used the format in the original Dark Knight alongside regular 35mm footage.
AMC will be screening a mega-Dark Knight Marathon right before the release of Rises on July 20.
We write about "anticipation" all the time here on TG, and when it comes to a hot movie or video game, geek anticipation can certainly get pretty intense.
I never really liked the movie Natural Born Killers, but there was always one scene I thoroughly enjoyed.
As much as we love the Christopher Nolan Batman films, they will be coming to an end this July when The Dark Knight Rises hits theaters.
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.
When Chris Nolan took over the Batman franchise, one of the most interesting changes he made was to the Batmobile.
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.
Some CinemaCon 2012 footage, like The Dark Knight Rises and Total Recall, went over very well, while The Hobbit received very mixed notices because it was shot with a new technology, 48 frames a second.
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.