This article reminded me a lot of Faiza Hussain, wielder of Excaliber, steward of the Black Knight, member of MI-13, and also, yes, in one timeline, Captain Britain. Let me tell you about that moment.
February 7th was James Spader’s 56th birthday. Let’s celebrate with some facts about this wonderful actor who brought Ultron to life,brought us the world of Stargate and is currently playing the magnificent bastard Raymond “Red” Reddington on NBC’s The Blacklist.
Welcome friends, 2015 is nearly at an end and like always, many sites are doing their best and worst lists of 2015. However, just like last year, I feel like we should look back and rather remember the best or the worst, we should remember the most disappointing works of 2015, the ones we wanted to be good so much,…
Though I don’t always agree with them and they can become a bit too snarky for my tastes sometimes, I have to say, I feel they are dead on about Age of Ultron with their nitpicks.
Guess who’s finally going to see Age of Ultron! Tommorrow we’ll be giving the minion to hubby’s parents and see how long it takes them to beg for mercy. They can’t say I didn’t warn them. While they fight for thier survival, I’ll be watching the movie.
Whether it’s Thor rebounding from the death of his True Love, Bruce Banner’s sexual identity crisis, or the question of whether Captain America suffered some super shrinkage from that super formula, Age of Ultron is undoubtedly Joss Whedon’s play at Romantic Comedy of the year.
You probably didn’t think about it sitting in the theater, but all the screens and interfaces in Avengers: Age of Ultron were designed by someone in the real world—from Stark’s Iron Man schematics to Cho’s medical scans. Who are the designers that built this world? Meet Territory Studio.
This is your AOU megathread! In compliance with our mighty leader’s guidelines and to minimise spoilery potential for those who have yet to see the movie, please post your thoughts/squee here! I’ll be re-sharing this post every day for the next week or so. HERE BE SPOILERS. You have been warned.
(A bit of this is paraphrased from a comment on another post, so apologies if anyone finds it repetitive.)
Avengers: Age of Ultron is here! How many secret comic book connections did they slip in and what future movie hints were dropped? Let’s assemble the facts, shall we? THERE BE SPOILERS HERE!
If you’re in the US, and are signed up for Fandango’s free VIP membership, then you’ll be gifted with a free firsts digital comics bundle when you purchase tickets online for Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron. So if you were planning to go (for a 2nd or 3rd time in some cases), and want to check out some of the heroes…
Yup. It’s another one of those write-ups. This time, I went to watch what is likely going to be the biggest blockbuster of the year, Avengers: Age of Ultron, at Disneyland before it opens in North America. Fret not, for I shall refrain from revealing anything about the movie itself.
With the Age of Ultron set to premiere in the US this coming Friday, it’s a good time to look at his comic book origins. I thought I would share some of what I feel are good stories you could check out to get a feel for Ultron’s origins. While far from comprehensive, this is a good primer if you wanted to familiarize…
Might be the best superhero movie I have seen. I even was surprised at certain things that happen. And I really love seeing a movie and being surprised.
Hey, remember a little while ago when Marvel announced a partnership with Five Four for Avengers inspired clothing? I do mainly because I decided to get in on it. I make bad financial decisions.
Yes, Gillette has teamed up with Marvel to create Avengers-inspired razors. But I'm not sure I want to shave with something inspired by Thor's hammer.
Now that the cat's out of the bag, Marvel has decided to show off a new character poster for Vision. What do you think?
Earlier this week we got the official character posters of Iron Man and the Incredible Hulk, and now we have a few more to add, namely Black Widow, Nick Fury, and Thor. We're still waiting on Captain America, The Vision and Hawkeye, and maybe Maria Hill, Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver as well (I can dream). I have to…
Outstanding illustration of the new Ultron on the cover of Empire this week. I remember how fascinated I was the first time I saw Ultron in Avengers. It was issue #162, published in 1977—I saw it much later because it arrived to Spain in the 80s. Here's how artists changed Ultron's appearance through the years:
With lots of Hulk vs. Iron Man footage!