In case you didn't know, acclaimed director Kevin Smith is a geek. A big one. He hosts a reality show about a comic book shop and has made some of the most beloved films of Generation X. He also has some very strong opinions on the two biggest superhero flicks of the year.
In the age of wicked awesome special effects, it seems like every sci-fi blockbuster is trying to top the last. But which are the cream of the crop, according to the professionals?
It's been a great year for Joss Whedon fans—we got The Avengers, The Cabin in the Woods, a Firefly reunion special and a number of promised future projects. So it's no surprise many fans have Whedon on the brain this holiday season.
The Avengers star Jeremy Renner hosted the latest episode of Saturday Night Live, and one particular skit poked fun at his tenure as Hawkeye in hilarious fashion. Want to see?
Before Joss Whedon stepped in to direct this summer's successful little film called The Avengers, there was another big name director who was invited to pitch in on the Marvel Studios blockbuster film.
With Marvel-mania upon us, it's no surprise that the company and ABC are moving fast and furious to get Joss Whedon's S.H.I.E.L.D. pilot in front of cameras sooner rather than later. But just how soon will this thing get started?
With a Japanese setting and gritty buzz coming from the set, we already knew The Wolverine was going to be a different beast than the original X-Men trilogy and recent Origins prequel. Now, director James Mangold wants to clarify further—his movie is nothing like recent box office juggernaut The Avengers, either.
We're just one week away from the worldwide costume party also known as Halloween, so if you haven't decided who or what you're going to be yet, it's crunch time. If you ask moviegoers what costume to get, they'll tell you it's all about superheroes this year, but which super-costume comes out on top?
Joss Whedon is notorious for working with the same group of actors, writers and directors—and one lovely former Firefly star is making a play for his upcoming Avengers spin-off TV series S.H.I.E.L.D..
To be the epic, secret team that brings superheroes together to save the world—S.H.I.E.L.D. needs one of the coolest bases ever. Luckily, they have it, via the helicarrier that became a mainstream bit of awesome thanks to The Avengers. But could it work in real life?