And Tuesday is almost worse than Monday because you're no longer rested up from the weekend — unless you were one of those select few peeps who got Columbus Day off — and yet there's still so much week left.
So, we here at the net's most entertaining film site would like to offer you a condolence laugh or two by way of a squirrel photoshopped into your favorite superheroes and other iconic film characters. Of course. Get More »
After weeks of speculation, all it took was a little Samuel L. Jackson speak — ya know, in between all the rampant swears — to confirm that Little Olsen is indeed red-suiting up to be the Scarlet Witch in Marvel's "The Avengers: Age of Ultron."
Joss Whedon and the folks at Marvel unveiled a surprise bombshell tonight as they revealed that the villain in the 2015 superhero sequel "The Avengers 2" is not going to be the giant purple alien Thanos after all — as was teased in the after credits scene at the end of "The Avengers" — but rather the team's number one archenemy in the comics, Ultron.
Naturally, that news sent fanboys and fangirls around the world into swoons of excitement. But for everyone else, there was one itsy bitsy question: Who the hell is Ultron?
Well, don't worry, we have you covered with a little guide we call Everything You Need to Know About Ultron. Get More »
In today's installment of Hugh Jackman keepin' it real, the "Wolverine" star thinks it's high time the current big three among superhero studios — that'd be Warner Bros., Sony Pictures and 20th Century Fox — pass around some kinda olive branch and make nice so that he can play with Iron Man and Spider-Man and all the other cool kids, too!
Yup, in a new sit-down with Collider to promote his latest turn as the adamantium-filled fighter, hitting theaters on July 26, Jackman laments all the mine-mine-mine stuff going down between the three comic-to-movie heavyweight champs of the industry right now ... especially since it means he can't flex his "X-Men" claws alongside the likes of "Iron Man" and "The Amazing Spider-Man." Get More »
Now that Tweeting has made e-mails obsolete, perhaps emojis can make moviegoing a thing of the past. For those non-Japanophiles out there, an emoji is the cuter Asian cousin of the emoticon, and its diverse selection of adorable characters takes us back to our caveman days of communicating through pictures.
It's about time we put this craze to the test by hashing out the plots to ten of our (and presumably your) favorite flicks through the emoji meatgrinder, and here are the results.
"Avengers" director, Marvel consultant and ultimate geek icon Joss Whedon recently had an extended red carpet chat with the folks over at Collider and he revealed a startling secret: He initially thought making a "Guardians of the Galaxy" movie was a pretty bad idea.
"It seemed out there to me," Whedon said. "I sort of went, 'I don't know about this.'"
So what changed his mind? Two words: Rocket Raccoon. Get More »