It's been ten years since Firefly debuted on our screens, meaning that it's been nine years since we've been angry at Fox for robbing us of our chance to see Mal, Wash et al being Han Solo-esque rogues on our screens on a regular basis. At this year's San Diego
The career of Joss Whedon has contained all manner of interesting detours on his way to becoming the director of the third most successful movie of all time, whether it's writing X-Men comics, directing a musical web series or that whole Dollhouse thing. But did anything prepare us for his first post-Avengers project - heading up a SQUAT team and taking on a giant mo
We are not the mainstream.
That's a truth understood by anyone who identifies as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered or in any other way queer. We are not the audience. We are not the market. We are not the
Storyboarding is a kind of mysterious discipline to people not in the entertainment business, or at least those not obsessed with it. Essentially, storyboard artists create lots and lots of simple yet very comic book-like drawings that demonstrate for filmmakers how a movie or animation or anything like that may play out when it's photographed or otherwise fully rendered. Artist Jane Wu
Director Morgan Spurlock and featured stars Joss Whedon, Stan Lee and Harry Knowles are getting their own official HeroClix figures this July as part of the Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope DVD and
Ever since it was announced that Marvel's superhero films were going to build into one massive, series-spanning Avengers franchise, I've been wondering how it was going to work out. I'd even go so far as to say that a lot of the time, my curiosity over how the pieces were going to fit together outweighed my interest in what was happening in the individual movie. Now tha
Last night the filmmakers and stars of The Avengers celebrated their work on the Marvel Studios film with one of those celebrity-strewn red carpet events that we all feel very cynically about but in truth probably wouldn't if we got to hang out with Robert Downey, Jr. But with the better part
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
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It's been an uncommonly frank couple of weeks for comic book filmmakers, especially if you count the hilariously stupid and very public remarks of X-Men: The Last Stand director Brett Ratner about his imagined sexual history with