The official Facebook page for Marc Webb’s ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ celebrated the film’s release with some choice words about the movie’s place in a larger picture. Was it a typo? Wishful thinking? Or confirmation that we’re getting at least one more Spidey film (and possibly two more)?
DC Comics made headlines recently by announcing that one of its major heroes was going to be revealed as an openly gay character. Today, the company came clean by declaring that the homosexual hero is Alan Scott, the original Green Lantern.
Everyone wanted to see ‘The Avengers.’ Some of you out there with overactive imaginations probably want to BE The Avengers. But does anyone – anyone, at all – want to smell like The Avengers? Because if so, we’ve got you covered.
An ‘Avengers’ sequel is happening. That much is set in stone. Beyond that, there’s nothing but questions, the largest being whether or not director Joss Whedon will return to a franchise that raced past the $1 billion mark at the worldwide box office and has a decent shot at knocking ‘Avatar’ off its perch as the highest-grossing film of all time.
Is Will Ferrell’s ‘Anchorman’ sequel going to be a ‘Chorus Line’-style musical? Probably not. That’s too much to ask. But that’s the vibe I’m getting off of this early teaser poster for ‘Anchorman 2,’ which may (or may not) be subtitled ‘The Legend Continues.’
This is pretty awesome: Former Spider-Man Tobey Maguire interviews current ‘Amazing Spider-Man‘ star Andrew Garfield about … well, about being Spider-Man. It all went down in VMan magazine, but we have choice excerpts here.
There’s going to be a wild rumpus in heaven tonight. Maurice Sendak, beloved author and illustrator of such children’s classics as ‘Where the Wild Things Are’ and the controversial ‘In the Night Kitchen,’ passed away in Danbury, Conn. following complications from a recent stroke. He was 83.
Nick Fury’s work is never done. As ‘The Avengers’ blasts its way into theaters, Samuel L. Jackson found himself engaging in a vicious battle with a mortal enemy more sinister than Loki – a film critic.
‘The Hunger Games’ and ‘Bridesmaids’ topped all nominees for the MTV Movie Awards – announced this morning – and will compete against each other for the title of Movie of the Year. Which begs the question: What year are we talking about?
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