Justice League and 2012’s The Avengers have a great deal in common, up to and including the fact that Joss Whedon helmed The Avengers and took the reins of Justice League after Zack Snyder departed the DC superhero movie following a family tragedy.
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New trailer for Traveller’s Tales LEGO Marvel’s Avengers videogame is a LEGO box of fun.
Stan Lee, co-creator of The Avengers, is making yet another cameo appearance. But what’s so different about this one?
I never found Tony Stark all that charming. In fact, when I think of Iron Man’s alter ego, I think, “Big wallet, bigger ego, daddy issues.” But Tony looks even more likeable, even heroic, in the trailer for the upcoming film, Iron Man 3. That’s because it looks like this movie will give Tony something that all the technology in the world can’t give him: a real heart.
FX reels give us a great glimpse into the moviemaking process. From greenscreen to actors’ makeup tests, these videos show us many of the elements that make even the most astonishing effects appear real. And out of all of these “making of” segments I’ve seen, the FX reel for The Avengers tops them all.
Back in August, Joss Whedon signed a three-year contract with Marvel to direct a sequel to the hit film, The Avengers, as well as a television series, Marvel’s S.H.I.E.L.D. The movie may be three years away, but the pilot may be ready to start filming sooner than you might think.
Joss Whedon, the director of The Avengers and the auteur of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Firefly, and Dollhouse, is a famed liberal, but there’s one important reason why he wants to see Republican candidate Mitt Romney elected as president.
Joss Whedon is a busy man, what with his directing The Avengers, working on a new Marvel-based television series, selling his version of Much Ado About Nothing to Lionsgate, and presumably guzzling caffeine to compensate for all that sleep he’s not getting. But he’s finally putting the wheels in motion for the project we’ve been waiting for since 2008, the sequel to Doctor Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier is in pre-production, and the role of the female lead is currently up in the air. But there’s one woman we definitely know will be making an appearance: Scarlett Johansson will be reprising her role as Natasha Romanoff, a.k.a. Black Widow.
I’ve been a Joss Whedon fan ever since the 1992 movie, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, when Buffy, played by Kristy Swanson, snapped at her Watcher, “Does the word ‘duh’ mean anything to you?” Since then, he’s developed television shows, movies, comic books, and web series, which has earned him the adulation of his many fans. Now, after the success of The Avengers, he’s recently been put in charge of an upcoming ABC superhero show for Marvel Studios. (Oh yeah, and Avengers 2.)