A week can't go by without Marvel Studios releasing some form of Earth-quakingly important movie news and this week is no different, as the mighty movie studio released details of The Avengers sequel's release date and plot details surrounding Guardians of the Galaxy.
Joyous news, fellow nerds! Joss Whedon has signed on to write and direct The Avengers 2!
It's been some time since I posted the gif of Christopher Nolan at the MTV Movie Awards, so here comes something equally superfluous and awesome.
Marvel are marking the end of the “first phase” of their cinematic universe by releasing a gigantic box set of the six movies that make up their spandex-clad box office onslaught. Ahead of its September release, we have images of what the artwork on the collection will look like… and it’s just as stunning as the movies themselves.
The Avengers ended with an epic battle deep in the heart of Manhattan, a show-stopping moment that set the bar improbably high for the Summer blockbuster season, but what happened in the aftermath of this superheroic smackdown?
While the heroes took a well-earned shawarma break and officials figured out where they would get $160 billion to fix the city, something else happened on the streets of New York City...
Battleship director Peter Berg has stated that releasing the film in the US during the dominant spell of Marvel’s The Avengers contributed to the film’s below-par box office takings and has put the brakes on his plans to produce a sequel.
The consistently solid scoop-smiths at Latino Review have revealed that the next Marvel movie, following Captain America 2, will be The Black Panther - but does this mean a change in direction on the road to The Avengers 2?
The Hollywood Reporter caught up with Jon Favreau earlier this month where the producer and director gave a couple of hints about the upcoming third instalment to Marvel’s Iron Man films.