At this point, Batman's just hoping that laser pointer has enough battery life to drag this party all the way back to his bedroom.
The Avengers has released a brand new theatrical trailer that will knock your socks off.
While still leaving us in the dark as to the identity of the alien army that the dreaded Loki has recruited (even though the Skrulls are on the tips of everyone's tongues,) we nevertheless get to see more pure, unadulterated carnage left in their wake.
The intensity is off the charts, so I won't even begin to break it down. However, all you need to know to get revved-up, is this: Hulk swan-diving to catch a falling Iron Man in mid-air.
...So, yeah. Check that stuff out below.
Fans who have been eagerly awaiting the long-teased third Ghostbusters movie received a bit of bad news. It seems that Bill Murray will not be doing the film.
In an interview ith The Telegraph, star, Dan Aykroyd revealed that the ongoing process of the last few years to get Bill Murray to "read the script" actually reflected the fact that he had no interest in returning to the "busting" of Ectoplasmic-Americans.
It is possible that not having Bill Murray's Peter Venkman, the wisecracking parapsychologist of the foursome be part of the new film could strike a blow that might deep-six the project altogether. However, the studio is apparently still interested in moving forward with making Ghostbusters into a trilogy.
As the impending release of The Avengers, the most surreal comic book movie project of all time looms ever so close, it appears that the film has just received not only a cool new group poster, but a title change in the United Kingdom.
Wishing to avoid confusion with those "other Avengers" from the famous 1960's UK TV show with agents, John Steed and the iconic, sexy, skin-tight-black-suited Emma Peel, Marvel has changed the film's title in the UK to Marvel Avengers Assemble.
So, while the film prepares an international invasion with a title that sounds like a Japanese game show, check out this stunning new group poster in its full glory just below!
It appears that the long-teased Deadpool movie is still on the table. At least, that's how it seems according to its would-be star, Ryan Reynolds, who recently gave the first real update in 2012 on the highly-anticipated project.
As of now, the film is still pretty much where it was a year ago: With an allegedly good script by Zombieland scribes, Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, newcomer director, Tim Miller waiting in the wings, original character creator, Rob Liefeld foaming at the mouth to get it made, and 20th Century Fox still lallygagging about how they want to approach it.
Reynolds, however, was pretty clear about his own expectations for the solo debut of Marvel's wisecracking, malicious Merc with a Mouth: First and foremost, it needs to be R-rated.
Find out below what the actor has to say on Deadpool and his thoughts on a prospective Green Lantern sequel.
Leave it to Lori to find a way during the zombie apocalypse to not only jump into the dangers of unprotected adultery, but also a low-tech equivalent of texting while driving.
Next on the agenda: Running with scissors.
This week Fresh Ink Online host Blair Butler is joined by Brian Buccellato (Foster, The Flash) for reviews of Prophet, Planets of The Apes, Supergirl, All-New Spider-Man, Secret Avengers, Captain America and Bucky, Green Lantern, Atomic Robo, and I, Vampire.
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