Though it took Iron Man 3 for Drew Pearce to finally get his big break with Marvel, the screenwriter has been cranking out comic-based projects for them behind the scenes for years.
Marvel put together one of its most ambitious one-shot shorts to date with All Hail the King, and now the man who wrote and directed it is here to explain those shocking revelations.
The full, Trevor Slattery-focused Marvel one-shot All Hail the King has leaked online, ahead of its official release with the Thor: The Dark World Blu-Ray set. Want to see?
One of the wildest scenes in Iron Man 3 revolved around that epic attack on Tony Stark’s mansion, and now we have a peek at how all of Marve’s FX wizardry was done.
The first footage from Marvel’s latest Iron Man 3-inspired one shot, All Hail the King, has arrived, and it gives us our first look into the famed comic madhouse of Seagate Prison.
Trevor Slattery's back, and he's got some new friends and, perhaps, some old enemies.
Like it or not, piracy is a major part of the movie industry these days — and sci-fi remained a big part of the “Most Pirated” list once again this year.
It was a very busy year for genre cinema, but not everyone had a good 2013.
According to its screenwriter, the hardest scene to write for Iron Man 3 was, perhaps not surprisingly, the one that fans are still most divided about.
The stakes will no doubt be bigger in the Avengers sequel, and that means the superhero team is going to need reinforcements.