The extras just keep on coming in the lead-up to the release of The Avengers on Blu-Ray next month, and today we've got something particularly intriguing. It's a scene that Joss Whedon originally intended to use as the film's opening, but it actually takes place after that epic battle. Check it out.
We're all pumped for the release of Marvel's The Avengers on Blu-ray next month, not just because we'll get to see the movie again, but because of all that beautiful bonus footage. Among the special features is a documentary on how Marvel pulled off its cinematic chronicle of Earth's Mightiest Heroes, and we've just seen 25 minutes of it.
Remember that scene in The Avengers in which The Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) falls through a building and has a chat with a confused security guard when he wakes up? Turns out, there was a lot more of that conversation that got cut. Potential spoilers ahead!
Disney and Marvel Studios are wasting no time with their Avengers sequel. They've just announced the film's official release date, which will once again kick off the summer blockbuster season.
Vin Diesel is on the campaign trail—and it has nothing to do with politics. The actor's using social media to get a gig in Marvel's Avengers sequel and the Riddick star has his sights set on playing a certain android.
Ever since the first brass bells were installed in the New York Stock Exchange in 1903, the ringing of the bell to signal the opening and closing of daily trading has been one of the iconic sounds of Wall Street. Somewhere along the way, celebrities got in on the ceremonial act, and that means a few sci-fi stars have made it to the trading floor, too.
Bootleg movies have become a major industry overseas (as well as in the U.S.), but sometimes, a few things can get lost in translation. In the case of this poorly subtitled Chinese version of The Avengers, most everything was lost in translation.
Jeremy Renner is admittedly glad to have been a part of Joss Whedon's hit The Avengers—but he is a bit disappointed with how Hawkeye turned out on the big screen. So what was the problem? Spoiler alert for The Avengers!
It's been three months since Joss Whedon's The Avengers hit theaters and became one of the biggest movies ever, and ever since we saw it we've been wondering if Whedon would come back to bring his particular brand of awesome to a sequel. Well, now it's official—but apparently Avengers 2 isn't the only thing we can expect from Earth's Mightiest Director.
For Marvel, The Avengers was more than just the biggest movie they've ever done. It was the end of an ambitious four-year slate of movies they've dubbed "Phase One" of their cinematic universe. Now, as Marvel prepares to release a limited edition collection of all the Phase One films on Blu-Ray, a German luggage company is taking them to court. But why?