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.
With so many genre movies already making their box office mark (Hunger Games, Avengers), it almost seems like everyone has forgotten the latest Spider-Man reboot which hits theaters on July 3.
One of the great things about The Avengers is the Hulk was finally done right on the big screen. Having grown up with the show, it seemed like a no brainer.
Disney has released some plot details for Avengers Assemble, the upcoming superhero animated serial.
Several weeks ago, we ran a report that John Carter, which died a horrible death at the box office, got a little boost with some help from The Avengers.
There are some box sets that are so unwieldy and expensive, you often wonder who’s going to buy them.
It’s been quite a blockbuster summer so far at the movies, with ginormous hits like The Avengers, and big flops like Battleship.
So the Men in Black finally returned after a ten years hiatus.
Ever since The Avengers came out to unprecedented box office revenues, there's been stories all over the 'Net about how Joss Whedon needs to come back for the Avengers sequel.
One of the great boons of The Avengers is that the Hulk has finally been brought to life right on the big screen, after two previous incarnations missed the mark.
You knew The Avengers was going to have a good second weekend, but this good?
Reaction to The Avengers has been the exact polar opposite of John Carter, which is really quite a shame because genre fans really did enjoy the movie in spite of its less than stellar reviews and dreadful box office returns.
We all knew this was going to happen, yet The Avengers came in even bigger than anyone could have predicted.
The Avengers is the ensemble super hero film we've been waiting for. With the level of talent involved, it's no surprise that the film turned out as well as it did, but I don't know if anyone expected this level of excellence.
This year we already saw a colossal flop at the box office, John Carter, and there were of course many who were predicting it was going to fail for months.
So we all know The Avengers is the greatest movie ever made, it's cured cancer, brought world peace and made three bazillion dollars at the box office.
DC Comics experienced a big turn around last year when the company essentially reinvented itself and actually managed to outpace Marvel in sales.
You wouldn't think anything would surprise the box office pundits by now, who are paid the big bucks to sit down and figure out what a movie's going to make opening day.
The CinemaCon convention kicked off this past week in Las Vegas, with the major studios coming out in full force and pushing their upcoming movies.