Anticipation for Captain America: The Winter Soldier is running pretty high, and it's really not surprising why. Captain America: The First Avenger ranks among the more critically successful of all the films set in the Marvel cinematic universe, and so its sequel is certainly one that many viewers would be looking forward to. Further stoking excitement is the fact that, as it reportedly will heavily feature Black Widow and Nick Fury, it serves as a sequel of sorts to last summer's Avengers movie. The film is still six months away, but Marvel has just revealed the first teaser trailer for Captain America: The Winter Soldier, which you can view below.
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Rumors have been swirling around for a few months that Elizabeth Olsen, the non-twin who has earned some major cred in movies such as Martha Marcy May Marlene and the upcoming Oldboy remake, would be taking on the role of the Scarlet Witch in Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Now, thanks to Samuel L. Jackson and some helpful parentheticals from the Wall Street Journal, we know for sure she'll be taking on the role of Wanda Maximoff.
So, what family obligation will you be ignoring to watch Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. tonight? Well, ComicsAlliance gives you permission to ignore the guilt: wedding anniversaries happen all the time; greatest moments in television history only happen once every fifteen years. To celebrate the newest greatest moment in television history, we hereby present our review of the original one: 1998's television film Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., written by David S. Goyer and starring the greatest actor in television history, the one and only David Hasselhoff. Read on if you can handle all the greatness.
News: Underground comix legend Spain Rodriguez passed away earlier this week after a long battle with cancer. The Comics Journal's Patrick Rosenkranz remembers the 72-year-old artist, whose work mixed sex, violence, politics and social conscience, and helped to define and defend American counterculture for decades.
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Movies: Samuel L. Jackson has joined the cast of Spike Lee's Oldboy live action film, based on Garon Tsuchiya and Nobuaki Minegishi's manga of the same name.
Picks: JK Parkin was kind enough to invite me to participate in Robot 6's weekly "What Are You Reading?" feature - and also to note my love of pugs.
There are many reasons to love The Avengers movie, released today in US theaters: The quick-witted dialogue, the action scenes, the chance to see your favorite superheroes in action together on the big screen... One of the most unexpected, and more unusual reasons, however, seems to be "So that Samuel L. Jackson
Paramount Pictures have dropped what's presumably the last of a series of "duet"-style "character" posters for this summer's The Avengers, this one featuring the true heroes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe: Nick Fury and Agent Coulson of S.H.I.E.L.D. Played by Samuel L. Jackson and Clark Gregg respectively, these characters have appeared in nearly every film in the cycle l
Paramount Pictures has released new photos from the set of The Avengers, the forthcoming Joss Whedon film uniting all the disparate heroes of Marvel Studios' so-called Cinematic Universe. The new images offer our most