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To celebrate the release of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 – at UK cinemas now! – we are giving away 10 goody bags.
Did Patrick Stewart Just Spoil One X-Men Film And Reveal The Existence Of Another? At Least One Of Those, I Think
Patrick Stewart is an enigma wrapped in a riddle wrapped in a mystery. But maybe not on purpose.
Avi Arad has been with the character for many years now, while Matt Tolmach has been the shepherding hand behind these two Amazing movies.
If Bryan Singer and team have loaded this with as many resonances as X2, for example, we’ll be onto a real winner.
Using the comic book as a hard and fast guide of what he’ll be up to – or, perhaps more specifically, able to do – might not be the best idea.
Star Lord segues from Indiana Jones to Arnold Schwarzenegger in True Lies.
And some bonus posters that made me think of Abba.
For some reason, Cap is having a slight makeover for the next Avengers film, The Age of Ultron. They certainly like to keep tweaking his costume.
There are a good number of interesting little fragments in this thirty-second promo. Days of Future Past certainly seems to be full of ideas.
The first scene in Sony’s new Spider-sequel is a flashback to the Richard and Mary Parker storyline, but once that’s done, the screen is filled with a big, bright red logo. And then… If Marc Webb really wants to have …
It’s so obvious now they mention it. Pretty much perfect, in fact
This is an interesting trailer with an awful lot of Days of Future before we jump into the Past.
Sequels To Fantastic Four, The Wolverine, A Mystery Fox-Marvel Movie And Secret Ridley Scott Film All Get Release Dates
Maybe this explains a thing or two. And I think you know which thing or two I mean.
Review – Captain America: The Winter Soldier Is Ambitious, Surprising, Exciting And Hardly Ever Too Silly
Marvel really are building up a fantastic body of work, bringing out the best in their writers, directors, stars and characters. Keep it up, guys.
He’ll be an asset to SHIELD, I’m sure, and I’m definitely looking forward to seeing on the show.
It’s about time they introduced the communist version of The Red Skull too, I think, and that could work out very well with Burnside involved.
This is the protagonist and his robot surrogate brother. We could be some way out from finished animation images of the characters but these peeks at promotional materials will keep me interested in the meantime.
Drax’s Back, Ronan’s Front And Nebula’s Lingering – The Guardians Join In With Assembling A Universe
This Tuesday night, ABC will air the one hour Marvel Studios infomercial, Assembling a Universe, and I can’t wait. Here’s a screen capture of a little something they’ll be showing off.