As mature as many of us like to think we are, the news that the popular book series-turned-TV-show will soon be heading for the silver screen will undoubtedly bring happiness to many.
The Avengers, for all its greatness, did not run completely smoothly. The opening is somewhat clunky and offers little in the way of genuine drama and excitement - it's a testament to the movie's greatness that it course corrects and produces the best superhero movie of the summer (Yeah, that's right, I said it).
Things could have been very different, had they used the original opening sequence, which shows Cobie Smulders' Agent Maria Hill delivering a debriefing to her superiors on the events that transpired. It's a haunting moment, offering a hint of darkness and loss which paints Loki's invasion in a much darker light.
We always knew Marvel's plans for world domination were bigger than just conquering the movie world, they also want TV. What is sure to be the flagship of the Marvel small-screen armada is SHIELD, the spy-flavoured Avengers spin-off.
Beverly Hills Cop came at a time when Eddie Murphy was unstoppable. He was in full command of his charisma and the movie was a rock solid cop movie, engaging and edgy in a way only '80s comedies could.
Recent news stated that Murphy would be returning to the role of Axel Foley for a Brett Ratner directed sequel. That, thankfully, turned out to be a dead-end. Now the future of the Foley family name lies on the small screen.
Eli Roth claims his fake Grindhouse Trailer - Thanksgiving - is going to finally be made into a movie.