Admittedly, it’s not a surprise he can’t defend ‘Fantastic Four’ that well, but then Mark Millar decides to drag the Avengers into it. Comic book Mark Millar throws shade at Avengers 2 in defense of how Fantastic Four amazingly tanked. IGN interviewed Millar recently. One question asked was about the viability of Fantastic Four as a movie franchise: These things can… Read more →
When the super series returns for its third season, we’ll meet a number of new characters (both friend and foe) inspired by the Secret Warriors comic series—which told the story of a group of super-powered agents working with Nick Fury. Who isn’t excited about this? I am not familiar with this storyline, so now I have a goal on what… Read more →
Samuel L. Jackson tells us that he wants to extend his Marvel contract for more movies, though he doesn’t know why he’s not in Captain America 3. Fury won’t be in Cap3? What a shame, but he certainly does kick up a storm whenever he is on screen. Source: Samuel L. Jackson Wants to Extend His Marvel Contract | Collider Read more →
Chris Pratt is currently hitting the promo trail for Jurassic World, but that doesn’t mean that he hasn’t got time to reveal a few teasers for one of his next big movies, Guardians of the Galaxy 2. James Gunn revealed last month that he has given Marvel his initial 70 page treatment for the movie, which is scheduled to start shooting early next… Read more →
Jeremy Renner is photographed for the first time on the set of Captain America: Civil War hiding his Hawkeye costume under a cloak on Tuesday (May 19) in Atlanta,…
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Whenever you see comic book characters leap off the page and into a new medium – like all the DC shows on television right now – you’re probably thinking Wow! Whoever created these characters must be making BANK! Not necessarily. In fact, thanks to changes that happened once DC Comics became DC Entertainment, comic creators are making a lot less.