It may be three years away, but ever since we learned that Joss Whedon will indeed return to write and direct the sequel to his superblockbuster The Avengers (and put in some work on the rest of the Marvel Universe along the way), we've been wondering just how Avengers 2 will shape up.
We're still rejoicing at the news that Joss Whedon will return to write and direct the sequel to his megahit The Avengers (and do a little Marvel TV work along the way). But cool as that news is, it's apparently just the beginning of what Marvel's got in store for Whedon.
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.
Joss Whedon is the creator of Buffy, Angel, Firefly and Dollhouse, writer and director of The Avengers, a living geek legend and one of the most sought-after filmmakers in the world right now. But today he may have met his match in the form of a massive monster straight from the mind of a 5-year-old boy.
In case you're among the millions of Firefly fans out there who couldn't make it to San Diego Comic-Con this year, you're in luck—the entire 10-year cast and crew reunion is now available online. C'mon, we know you want to see Nathan Fillion cry, don't you?
It may have started as an online experiment four years ago, but Joss Whedon's awesomely quirkly web musical Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog is about to go old school media—Captain Hammer & Co. are coming to The CW.
It's been 10 years since Fox pulled the plug on Joss Whedon's dream project Firefly, but Whedon said the 4,000+ crowd that packed into Comic-Con's Ballroom 20 Friday for an anniversary celebration reminded him it was all worth the fight.
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?
The second day schedule for Comic-Con 2012, set for July 12-15, has been released. Events will definitely be ramping up on Friday, July 13. So what are some of the coolest things to do?
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.