While the headline may make some people cheer, the reason for Zack Snyder stepping away from the Justice League movie is simply tragic.
During the Dark Horse: An Afternoon with Joss Whedon presentation in Hall H, the prolific writer/director wowed the crowed with tales of meaning of life, and even introduced a “Twist” to the idea of a dark knight vigilante.
The wait is finally over. Avengers: Age of Ultron has arrived and this reviewer went to an early screening. Enough jibber-jabber, let’s get to the review! (WARNING! MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD. It is the name of the website after all…)
I’ve long discussed the importance of female lead characters, in comics, television and movies, who are as diverse as male leads are. For instance, a male lead can be everything from a scientist to a boxer, including all shades of grey in between. On the other hand, and this tends to happen among women fans, a female lead needs to be maternal and willing to talk things out rather than resort to action or violence. Otherwise, she is just a “male with tits,” as was described to me. Recently, an interview with Joss Whedon, who’s helming the upcoming Avengers: Age
After getting Zoe safely to a medical center Simon, Mal and the rest of Serenity’s crew, including her infant daughter Emma, are forced to flee an influx of Alliance troops. The reemergence of Jayne along with Bea and her “New Resistance” complicates things and leaves Mal blind to the fact that they’ve picked up another unwanted passenger.
During September, DC Comics released their “Villains’ Month” titles with a regular cover and one that was in 3D. If you want to see just how popular the latter actually were, take a few minutes to look out on eBay. You’ll find a great many of them for sale at prices that surprise even me, including Batman: The Dark Knight #23.4 featuring the Joker’s Daughter. Many of us have to accept the fact that some comics will probably always be sold with multiple covers. Seems like many number one’s in particular get that treatment.
Press Release Announced at New York Comic Con, Dark Horse is bringing the Whedonverse into it’s tenth season with the help of fan favorite authors, Christos Gage and Victor Gischler.
EW is reporting that James Spader has been signed to play Ultron for Avengers: Age of Ultron, the sequel to last years Avengers film. Now speculation is running on whether he’ll just be the voice of Ultron, or if Spader will be doing motion capture like Mark Ruffalo and Vin Diesel do for Hulk and Groot. Joss Whedon had made the announcement himself and you can see more of what he had to say after the jump.
We are finally getting to see some footage beyond the initial pilot in the latest Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. trailer, dubbed “The New World.” Take a look and tell us what you think. [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ro4nYzpyxvc?feature=player_embedded&w=640&h=360]
During the San Diego Comic-Con a number of companies were recording video for uploads later. Though this one has been out for a while, Avengers: The Age of Ultron is still on everyone’s mind, so here’s Joss Whedon talking it up.
A whole slew of pictures for the upcoming Agents of S.H.E.I.L.D. series have been released the last couple days. New images of Clark Gregg as Agent Coulson and Cobie Smulders as Maria Hill are among the highlights as well as confirmation as to who J. August Richards’s character is. Take the jump and find out.
Cobie Smulders will be reprising her role of Maria Hill for the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. series coming to ABC this fall. Take the jump for a better pic and find out why Joss wanted her back.