Thanks to Comic-Con, we now have our first extended clip from Marvel's new Avengers-related short film Item 47—which shows off a classic fake-out with the criminal duo that recovered that alien gun.
You're gonna wanna make room on your shelf for this beautiful behemoth. The gorgeous, deluxe 6-movie set named Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase One—Avengers Assembled just amped up the awesome with these artsy individual film sleeves. (Like you needed another reason to buy this baby.)
We recently got our first peek at Marvel's new Avengers short film Item 47, and now we have the first piece of promo art—and it seems the alien battle left a few toys behind.
He's worked with Joss Whedon for over a decade, and headlined arguably his most beloved series in Firefly—so why hasn't Nathan Fillion suited up as a Marvel hero in Whedon's Avengers?
We knew the team at S.H.I.E.L.D. would be back in action with the new, short film Item 47, which will be included in The Avengers Blu-ray release—and now we have our first look at some footage from the 12-minute short.
With Independence Day nearly upon us, it's a great time to remember all the freedom fighters who battled (fictional) baddies in sci-f movies and on TV. From battles against aliens to foreign forces, the quest for freedom has been a part of sci-fi for decades.
We still have to wait a day to see The Amazing Spider-Man, but the flick's already open in several overseas markets and it's doing great. How great? Well, in at least one of those markets it managed to top the opening weekend of Earth's Mightiest Heroes.
It's been well over a month since Battleship hit U.S. theaters. But the Peter Berg-directed feature's been given the cold-shoulder by audiences. The film's earned a mere $63 million Stateside, while scoring $235 million overseas. What happened? According to Berg, The Avengers happened.
Though it already holds the crown as the biggest blockbuster of the year, The Avengers has also received a more dubious award this week—the most mistake-filled movie of 2012. Ouch. So what are the problems?
It was probably only a matter of time before someone took two of Joss Whedon's most beloved creations—his late, lamented sci-fi western and his recent, ginormous Marvel movie—and crammed them together. And damn if the result doesn't just make you want more of both.