In March, Disney closed Innoventions exhibit hall in Disneyland’s Tomorrowland with no official word of the classic walk-through attraction’s fate. Rumors are circling that the Orange County based theme park will be replacing the interior of Innoventions with a Marvel/Star Wars focus. Find out the Innoventions Marvel Star Wars details after the jump.
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Posted on Friday, June 12th, 2015 by Angie Han
Is Captain America: White finally headed to stores? How does Dean Cain feel about playing Supergirl‘s dad? Who do Mark Ruffalo and Jon Stewart think would win in a fight, Hulk or Superman? Will Lego have an exclusive Ultron set at Comic-Con? What’s that six-minute Ant-Man IMAX preview all about? Want to see the first poster for Lucifer? How about a new logo for Captain America: Civil War and two new banners for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
While Captain America: Civil War is currently in production down in Atlanta, another Marvel sequel is still getting prepared to go in front of cameras next year. Guardians of the Galaxy 2, the sequel to last year’s hit sci-fi action adventure from director James Gunn, doesn’t arrive until May 5th, 2017, but the first draft of the script has just been completed. Oh, and in case you were wondering if it’s good, the film’s star Chris Pratt says it made him cry.
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There’s plenty to enjoy in the surprising Marvel Studios hit Guardians of the Galaxy. Most of the praise for the flick goes to director James Gunn and the primary cast of characters who play the titular ragtag team of misfits. But there’s one actor who deserves some more recognition, and that’s Michael Rooker, who plays the sort-of redneck (or blueneck) Ravager named Yondu.
Rooker is a regular in the films by James Gunn, so much that the two are also very good friends. So it should come as no surprise that if Rooker wants to run something by the filmmaker, he just needs to pick up his cell phone. And that’s exactly what happened as the actor asked the director to put Mallrats co-star Jason Mewes in Guardians of the Galaxy 2. Read More »
Avengers: Age of Ultron exploded on the movie world this weekend and, after it was over, much of the talk was likely about the credits scene. We won’t spoil it above the jump but, suffice to say, it’s a big tease to what Phase Three has to hold. It does raise more questions than it answers, though, and we asked Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige about it. He clarified one of the biggest questions held within the scene and then offered an interesting tidbit about it too. Read about the Age of Ultron credit scene below, but beware of spoilers. Read More »
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Posted on Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015 by Angie Han
Marvel loves burying Easter eggs in their movies. Sometimes they turn out to be set-up for future films, but often they’re just fun little gags. Falling into the latter category is this genius Star Wars reference, which has managed to make it into every single Phase Two film. Find out what the Marvel Phase Two Star Wars Easter egg is after the jump.
Be warned that spoilers lie ahead for Marvel Phase Two, including minor implied spoilers for Avengers: Age of Ultron and Ant-Man.
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A couple minutes of video montage is hardly enough to represent the months of work that go into creating a character like Rocket Raccoon, but we’re happy to have a look at the layers of digital work and real-life photography that went into bringing the irascible Guardians of the Galaxy character to the screen. Below, check out a video that shows many stages of the CG animation process, and also reveals the low-tech way in which the character was played on set. Read More »
What was Jason Momoa‘s message from DC to Marvel? Could other incarnations of The Flash appear in the upcoming season? Want to see new trailers for that as well as Arrow? Will Nicholas Hoult stop being Beast after X-Man Apocalypse? Should we expect new Nemesis news soon? Is Miles Teller interested in a Fantastic Four/X-Men crossover? How was Nowhere created in Guardians of the Galaxy? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
The biggest question to come out of 2014’s blockbuster superhero science fiction film Guardians of the Galaxy has nothing to do with Thanos or Infinity Gems. It has to do with the end credits sequence. No, not the post credits sequence in the Collector’s museum, but the fun sequence at the front of the credits involving potted baby Groot dancing to the Jackson Five’s “I Want You Back”. So the question is: why didn’t baby Groot want Drax to see him dancing? He froze every time Drax the Destroyer (Dave Bautista) looked over. Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn finally gives us an answer.
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