Age Of Ultron
This week, the build up to the Dice Masters Championship continues. Rob, Stephen, and Brian sit down and open a gravity box of Dice Masters Age of Ultron and draft a team for next week’s finals!
Today Marvel Entertainment dropped the second clip from the Avengers: Age of Ultron gag reel on their youtube channel. The full footage of mess ups, jokes and behind-the-scenes sneak peeks will be available with the coming dvd and blu ray release. What is your favourite moment in this Avengers: Age of Ultron clip? Let us know in the comments!
Remember that really weird scene in Avengers: Age of Ultron where Thor was thrashing around in the water while Dr. Selvig looked on like some kind of weirdo? Watch the deleted scene, that clarifies a lot.
This past week was a weird one for Marvel and Disney. First up was the relocating of the movies and TV away from the Marvel Comics area. This was followed by changes to their “creative committee.” All these were attempts to make things more lucrative when it comes to big-screen and little-screen productions. Word (maybe rumor?) has been slowly coming out online about just why these changes were made.
Can’t wait to get your hands on Disney Infinity 3.0? We can’t either, and this latest teaser from Marvel and Disney letting us know Hulkbuster and Ultron are on the way make as giddy with excitement.
It’s a new installment of The Want List (Audio Edition) with your host, Stephen Schleicher. San Diego Comic Con is just around the corner, and there are a lot of toys to be had by all!
Damn! Just when you thought you had all of the Avengers: Age of Ultron sets out there, including all the Minifigures included for free when spending money at the Lego Store, the toy company goes ahead and puts a new set within our grasp but ultimately out of reach.
Diamond Select Toys and Action Figure Xpress announced a team-up that will bring more exclusive toys to the San Diego Comic Con in two months.
This weekend, Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron opened in the United States of America to an impressive $187.7 million, which is a great opener for most films, but not if your predecessor opened at $207.4 million.