Marvel is ramping up the Hype machine and just released a new trailer for Captain America: The Winter Soldier! After a quick stint leading a bunch of egotistical super heroes during the defense of Manhattan from an alien invasion, Cap has …
The sins and victories of the past have come back to haunt our favorite genius/billionaire/playboy/philanthropist. In Marvel’s first installment of their post-Avengers phase of super hero flicks, Tony Stark is forced to wrestle with the demons that he created, both physical and psychological. Despite some missteps, director Shane Black has started this summer off with a fun action throwback reminiscent of his past work.
The poster art for Marvel’s The Avengers has been released. It’s simple and to the point but it gets us excited! The Avengers is directed by Joss Whedon and stars Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr., Samuel L. Jackson, Mark Ruffalo, Jeremy Renner, Scarlett Johansson and a plethora of awesome actors playing awesome roles.
Here it is folks! The moment we have been anticipating. It has only been a few hours since the shaky bootlegged version of the Amazing Spider-Man trailer at Comic Con hit the web (!).
Check out the latest Captain America: The First Avenger trailer! Packs more of a punch and leaks the moral of the story! “Whatever happens, stay who you are!” Ahhhh, we love it! Be sure to catch Chris Evans in this sci-fi action packed movie in theaters everywhere July 22, 2011.
X-Men: First Class should really be called X-Men: Rise of Magneto. Actor Michael Fassbender stole the spotlight from every other actor as Erik Lehnsherr also known as Magneto. He was absolutely brilliant as a character and it showed that he took the role extremely seriously.
Entertainment Tonight popped out this little tidbit of trailer awesomeness earlier today. Let your eyes be dazzled!
Pow! Thwip! Snikt! The wait is over true believers! After ten long years and a few very japanese “vs” titles, we finally have a proper sequel in the Marvel vs Capcom series. Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds hits on all the right spots for comic book nerds and gaming geeks, even for those who aren’t big fighting game fans.