Remember a few months before Iron Man 3 arrived in theaters and images of a white "Space Amor" toy popped up online, fueling rumors that ol' Tony Stark would potentially blast into the final frontier (an armor limitation that was a major plot point in previous films) and, I dunno, see The Guardians of the Galaxy in a post-credits scene or something? Well, that didn't happen -- or hasn't happened yet -- so the "Starboost (Mark XXXIX) Armor" is kinda just some toy jazz, but at least it's cool-looking toy jazz. Following releases from Hasbro, the white/gold/black armor will get a 1/6 scale release from Hot Toys in November... well after the GotG movie hits theaters in August.
Many of the obituaries for actor James Avery, who died late Tuesday night at age 68, have focused on his work playing Uncle Phil on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
And while that show was certainly Avery's most visible role, he spent decades compiling an incredibly impressive voice acting resume, providing the voices for characters including Shredder on the 1980s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles TV series, War Machine/James Rhodes on the 1990s Iron Man and Spider-Man cartoons, and Sir Bryant on The Legend of Prince Valiant.
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Actor Terrence Howard appeared on Bravo's Watch What Happens Live Thursday night in a knit cap and a kimono, because, you know, that's what you wear for a television interview show notorious for getting its guests drunk to chat and take a few viewer questions.
When a caller asked why Howard didn't reprise the role of James Rhodes in Marvel Studios' I
If you've already picked up Iron Man #18 by Kieron Gillen and Joe Bennett, which hit comic-shop shelves today, you've already seen this title page for the new Iron Metropolitan storyline.
What you may not have known is that Super Graphic author Tim Leong designed it, and it's his first-ever work in a published Marvel comic. Read what he had to say about it on Facebook after the jump.
It's no surprise that LEGO and developer TT Games are playing up the characters and settings from The Avengers in the official launch trailer for LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, which is available in stores today. Nick Fury, Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, Black Widow, the Hulk, Loki and the Helicarrier are all front-and-center. Oh, and Galactus.
Mia Grace Montross is amazing.
The 4-year-old has been dazzling the Internet with her knowledge of Marvel Comics trivia, so late-night host Jimmy Kimmel decided to put her to the test against Hollywood Boulevard's versions of Iron Man, Captain America and Spider-Man. Spoiler: She owns them. Check out the video after the jump.