Are We Gonna Lose Some Of Our Favorite Heroes For ‘Avengers 3?’

- 10-06-14Film, WTF? Posted by Aspry Jones

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Bad Ass Digest dropped a couple bombs about the future of the Avengers movie franchise. It’s all speculation and we should take it with a grain of salt, but at least it’s worth thinking about. It all boils down to contracts, phases and long-term goals. Luckily these are three things that Marvel Entertainment are masters at manipulating. First, contract limitations kind of prohibit A3 from being split up into two films as previously rumored. Second, this movie is the springboard for Marvel’s famously talked about Phase 3. And third, it’s possible that Thanos won’t be done with our happy heroes by the end of that film. And it all has to do with saying a temporary goodbye to some of our favorite players. Possible SPOILERS ahead. (more…)

What Does Marvel Studios Have Up Its Cosmic Sleeve for ‘Avengers 3′

- 09-29-14Comics, Film Posted by Jed Harris-Keith

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Marvel Studios’ The Avengers: Age of Ultron won’t even hit theaters until next May and already rumors and speculation have begun to swirl around the third installment in the Avengers series of films. While  everyone seems excited to see Earth’s Mightiest Heroes take on James Spader’s Ultron, the teases of Thanos and the Infinity Gauntlet that have been sprinkled throughout Marvel’s films since the first Avengers movie have had fans wondering when we’ll see the Mad Titan wreak his own unique brand of havoc across the galaxy.

According to The Daily Marvelite, when we do finally see Thanos, his presence might be enough to split the third Avengers in two. (more…)

Hulk Fabricate! Lou Ferrigno Makes Wild Claim About Hulk’s On-Screen Future!

- 09-15-14Comics, Film, TV Posted by Aspry Jones

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When Lou Ferrigno played the Hulk on television back in the 80’s, he was the biggest dude I’d ever seen at the time. I thought he was perfect for the role and just ignored the hair. Now, for some reason, it reminds me of Dexter Morgan’s do’ and I can’t get it out of my head. With matching eyebrows that could bring down The Leader all on their own, the big guy had massive success smashing stuff in slow motion week after week. Years later, he’d expand on his good relationship with Marvel by appearing in their films. He played a security guard in ‘The Incredible Hulk’ and went on to voice the character in the studio’s film incarnations. So, maybe he’s in the loop on their future projects. Maybe when he claims unsubstantiated plans for his former self, he knows what he’s talking about. Right? Right?? (more…)

Netflix Boss Talks ‘Defenders’ and the Next Marvel Series Up, ‘Jessica Jones’

- 08-25-14Comics, TV Posted by Adam A. Donaldson

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With shooting on Daredevil well underway, all eyes turn to the rest of the proposed line-up of Netflix series based on Marvel characters. When will Luke Cage start shooting? Iron Fist? And who will be taking point behind the scenes on the epic team-up mini-series The Defenders? Good questions, and a high level executive at Netflix is offering some answers. Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos, in a recent interview, shared some info about going darker, who’s being cast right now, and in what way The Defenders will be following The Avengers model. (more…)

The RadioBastard Podcast’s San Diego Comic-Con 2014 Review/Recap/Recovery Show

- 07-30-14Featured, Nerd Culture Posted by Jeremy R! Hudson

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It’s San Diego Comic-Con hangover season and Jeremy and Jason are here to welcome you to the 3rd Annual Bastard-Con™ where we talk about all the big Comic-Con news that was(n’t)! Are you into King Kong vs. Godzilla vs. obscure French Sculptors, Mad Max vs. our once dim expectations and the curious relationship between Batman‘s glowing eyes and a popular 1990s Seal music video? Good, this is the show for you and in addition to those things, we also talk about more things, like: (more…)

Feige Rounds up Rumors on ‘Guardians’, ‘Sub-Mariner’ and ‘Ant-Man’

- 07-21-14Comics, Film Posted by Adam A. Donaldson

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It’s busy days for the man that manages the Marvel Cinematic Universe, producer Kevin Feige. Not only does he have his studio’s biggest gamble, Guardians of the Galaxy, hitting theaters in a few short weeks, but he’s got to stun the nerdy masses this coming weekend at San Diego Comic Con, which is pretty much his industry’s trade show. As usual, there’s a lot of rumor, speculation, and outright innuendo when it comes to anything from Marvel Studios, so Feige is once again playing rumor control, and setting the record straight on a couple of things, amongst them: fear of Edgar Wright, a future on film for Namor The Sub-Mariner, and the potential for franchise crossovers. Let’s get into it! (more…)

Marvel Plans Ahead: Release Dates Through 2019 Revealed

- 07-19-14Comics, Film Posted by Brandon Marcus

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Summer is time for relaxing, napping a lot and doing very little. But not if you’re Marvel Studios. For the people who brought you The Avengers, Iron Man and the upcoming Guardians of the GalaxySummer is just as busy as any other season – even busier.

Comic Con is less than a week away but Marvel is looking far, far ahead of that. In fact, Marvel is looking five years into the future. You and I might not have plans beyond next weekend but these guys are already planting their flags in several high profile weekends. Get out your calendar and take a look at what Marvel has planned in through 2019.  (more…)

Marvel Comics Reveals the New ‘Avengers Now!’ NOW.

- 07-18-14Comics Posted by Adam A. Donaldson

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Jeez Marvel, same some stuff for Comic Con… Seriously, it’s been a jam-packed week for Marvel news, and not just of the big screen variety. After revealing the new, female version of Thor on The View, and new Captain America Sam Wilson on The Colbert Report, Marvel is now revealing the new Avengers line-up that will be coming to a comic book show near you this fall. The watch word for this new line-up: diversity. (more…)

Behold, Your First Look At Ultron from ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’

- 07-16-14Comics, Film Posted by Brandon Marcus

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With Comic Con literally days away, you can bet we are going to be getting some major nerdy news in the next week or so. Casting announcements, trailers, pictures – it’s a busy time for fans of movies, TV and comics.

As per usual, Entertainment Weekly is starting the action early with a huge exclusive: the first image of Ultron from Joss Whedon‘s The Avengers: Age of Ultron. Not only does the magazine have the first pic of the baddie, it also has info on the plot that confirms what many have assumed all along: Ultron is created by none other than Tony Stark. Also, Ultron is evil. Very, very evil.

Get your first look at the villain and more information on him below. (more…)

Tim Story Has Some Regrets RE: His ‘Fantastic Four’ Movies

- 06-19-14Comics, Film Posted by Adam A. Donaldson

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Josh Trank‘s all-new, all-different Fantastic Four hits theaters everywhere next year, exactly 10 years after the first time a major Hollywood studio tried to make Marvel’s First Family, if not an Avengers level chart smasher then at least an X-Men par hit movie. But it wasn’t either. Despite getting enough grease to warrant a sequel, Tim Story‘s two Fantastic Four movies remain a giant example of what not to do when adapting a comic book into a film. But seriously, how does Story feel about his movies 10 years after the fact? Let’s ask him. (more…)