With the release of The Avengers just a few months away, Marvel is planning to clear out the vault of some Captain America, Iron Man and Thor props used in the films leading up to Joss Whedon's upcoming superhero opus.
Can you imagine being a plant worker whose great uncle knew you like comics as a kid and left you a couple of boxes of 'em when he died—and then discovering those boxes held a one-of-a-kind collection worth millions? Welcome to Michael Rorrer's life.
Image of the Day: The day Captain America joined the Dark Side
One of the reasons why we fall in love with movies is the way we feel when we walk out of the theater, or when we turn off the TV—and a film's last image cements that emotional connection. Here's a collection of those "last looks" from some of the more noteworthy movies of recent memory.
Legendary comics writer, artist, editor and publisher Joe Simon, whose work included the co-creation of Captain America and other Golden Age icons, passed away Thursday at the age of 98.
End-of-the-year compilations are part of our communal pop-cultural experience: top 10 this, most noteworthy that, the Year In Whatever it is You Care About. Luckily, one enterprising editor cut together all of 2011's theatrical releases into one chunk of awesome and seeing them all together, genre definitely shifts into the foreground.
There's a new trailer apparently on the way for The Avengers ... and someone in France claims to have seen it and has tons to say about it.
This Veterans Day, it's important to recognize those great soldiers who have sacrificed themselves to make the world safer. In honor of the troops who triumphed over the Axis, we're taking a look at Hitler's most brutal superhero encounters. And there are a lot—it's practically a rite of passage for a budding superhero to take a shot at the Fuhrer.
Marvel's Captain America sequel isn't set to hit theaters until 2014, after The Avengers, Iron Man 3 and more have already expanded and shifted the Marvel film universe. But Captain America: The First Avenger writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely are already outlining their sequel plans, and they're using Joss Whedon's The Avengers script as a guideline.
Enough with the blurry set video and shoddy magazine covers: Our first real look at Joss Whedon's Avengers—starring Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Samuel L. Jackson, Mark Ruffalo, Scarlett Johansson, Chris Hemsworth and Jeremy Renner—has finally arrived and, with it, a mind-blowing charge of awesome.