This week's issue of Entertainment Weekly goes behind the scenes on the set of the Avengers movie sequel Age of Ultron, directed by Joss Whedon -- and the cover offers a first glimpse of the movie version of the tin-plated villain who'll be giving the Avengers so much trouble. Or, technically, versions.
Spider-Man and Electro are nose-to-nose, Mortal Kombat-style, on the cover of this week's Entertainment Weekly. The magazine, which hits stands Friday, touts a preview of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 set to hit theaters next May. In a quick preview of the preview, director Marc Webb told EW he's much more comfortable now that Spidey's origin story is out of the way.
GIFs: Join us in being completely hypnotized by Shmorky's morphing Scott Pilgrim.
Movies: Disney may be working on a cinematic The Rocketeer reboot...
Art: Apparently, Jack Kirby ghosted the comic strip Davy Crockett, Frontiersman and it was reprinted in France.
Magazines: The new cover(s)
Threads: It turns out that Chewbacca's messenger bag may actually be useful for carrying more than "quarrels." Confession: I totally had to look up whatever bowcaster amunition is called in the Star Wars universe.
You want to see new images from The Avengers movie? Look no further than Entertainment Weekly, which will sport Joss Whedon's assembled cast of Chris Evans (Captain America), Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man), Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Scarlet Johansson (Black Widow), Jeremey Renner (Hawkeye) and Mark Ruffalo (Bruce Banner) on the
A few months ago I was writing profiles for Time.com's online poll leading up to the magazine's annual Time 100 list--basically 100 Person of the Year issues all rolled into one to sell twice as much ad space as the Person of the Year. In any event, my job was to come up with one reason why a person is influential, an