The so-called “first wave” of Marvel movies culminated in all of the major characters from previous films landing on a film called The Avengers. There are now plans for a second round of Marvel movies.
Well, it seems that this year’s San Diego Comic Con turned out be rather momentous. I could not keep up with all the news coming out of it. So in case you missed anything awesome, I’ve put together the list of announcements and things that I’m most excited about.
The internet is full of wonderful things and sometimes you stumble upon something that just makes your jaw drop and has you going “Wow.” This series of Photoshopped photos had such an effect on me. In these photos, Flickr user agan aharap gives us a glimpse of our history, along with the superheroes who were (and still are) a part of it.
I must admit that I’m not entirely sold on The Avengers yet. I like the individual Iron Man and Captain America movies, but the idea of putting those two superheroes together plus more (including Scarlet Johanns0n, who still hasn’t convinced me she’s a good Black Widow) makes me rather uninterested.
Yahoo! Movies has premiered a new poster for the upcoming “Captain America” movie. The film, which opens on July 22, stars Chris Evans, Hayley Atwell, Hugo Weaving, Sebastian Stan, Toby Jones, Stanley Tucci, Richard Armitage, Natalie Dormer, Dominic Cooper, Neal McDonough and Samuel L. Jackson.
Marvel Comics has not only released the new Captain America website, but there have also been some new images released from the film on SuperHeroHype.com.
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