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JAN
29
2 HRS

It's Hulk vs Iron Man In New 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' Teaser Trailer

The trailers for Avengers: Age of Ultron have so far given us hints of an epic, city destroying, to-hell-with-the-clean-up and insurance costs battle between the Hulk and Iron Man and a new TV spot teaser from Marvel gives us just that little bit more. 

We still have no idea why Iron Man dons the Hulkbuster armor to take on his rage-filled fellow Avenger, but we do get to see more of Black Widow, Thor, Scarlet Witch, Captain America and Hawkeye and Nick Fury who all look equal parts concerned, confused and a little afraid. 

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JAN
29
7 HRS

Five Movies That Could Benefit From a Super Bowl Trailer Debut

Five Movies That Could Benefit From a Super Bowl Trailer Debut

Every year, the Super Bowl brings new trailers for movies hoping to make a massive impact with audiences, and this year is unlikely to be any different — we already know that Jurassic World will have a new trailer on show, with others still to be confirmed.

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JAN
29
8 HRS

Marvel's 'Jessica Jones' Enlists 'Grey's Anatomy' Alum

Marvel's 'Jessica Jones' Enlists 'Grey's Anatomy' Alum

Netflix's upcoming Marvel series A.K.A. Jessica Jones has found a best friend for its title character.

Grey's Anatomy and Crisis alum Rachael Taylor has joined the cast of the superhero series, Marvel announced Thursday.

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JAN
29
9 HRS

'Insurgent' Super Bowl Ad Debuts

'Insurgent' Super Bowl Ad Debuts

Ahead of Sunday’s game, the Super Bowl trailer for Insurgent has been released online, showing Shailene Woodley facing off against Kate Winslet — or is she?

The trailer premiered via MTV, and shows Woodley's Tris attacking Jeanine, only for the entire scene to be revealed to be something far more surreal (or, more properly, less real) than it seemed at first.

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JAN
29
10 HRS

Jay Roach to Direct Action Comedy 'Mad Dogs' for Warner Bros. (Exclusive)

Jay Roach to Direct Action Comedy 'Mad Dogs' for Warner Bros. (Exclusive)

Warner Bros. has picked up Mad Dogs, an action-comedy package that adapts a novel from Six Days of the Condor author James Grady.

Jay Roach is attached to direct the project while Wes Jones, a well-regarded screenwriter whose script College Republicans topped the 2010 Black List, will pen the adaptation.

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JAN
29
10 HRS

Lego Announces Massive SHIELD Helicarrier Model

Lego Announces Massive SHIELD Helicarrier Model

Lego has officially announced a gigantic SHIELD Helicarrier model ahead of the New York Toy Fair in February. The long-hoped-for set contains 2,996 pieces and the finished build will be 11 inches high, 31 inches long and 17 inches wide. 

The set will go on sale in March (with VIP members getting a chance to buy it in mid-Feb.) with a retail price of $349.99, making it the second-most-expensive set in the company’s lineup behind the $399.99 Star Wars Death Star.

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JAN
29
11 HRS

'Terminator Genisys' Super Bowl Ad Debuts

'Terminator Genisys' Super Bowl Ad Debuts

The Superbowl TV spot for Terminator: Genisys has been released, showing Arnold Schwarzenegger in action as the aged cyborg tasked, this time around, with saving the future.

In a break from tradition, Terminator: Genisys sees Schwarzenegger playing a Terminator tasked with keeping Sarah Connor (Emilia Clarke) alive, resulting in a timeline that differs from events seen in earlier films in the series. The 30-second spot will debut during the second quarter of the game.

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JAN
28
21 HRS

Chadwick Boseman on Snubs: "I'd Rather Have an Action Figure Than a Golden Globe"

Chadwick Boseman on Snubs: "I'd Rather Have an Action Figure Than a Golden Globe"

Chadwick Boseman is OK with having been largely absent from this season's awards conversation. 

The 38-year-old actor, who starred in 2014's James Brown biopic Get on Up, told the Santa Barbara Independent that he's not letting his lack of an Oscar or Golden Globe nomination get him down. 

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JAN
28
1 day

'Ultimate End' Closes a 15-Year Era of Marvel's Comic History

'Ultimate End' Closes a 15-Year Era of Marvel's Comic History

It's the end of an era in May, when Marvel launches the "Battleworlds" branding of its Secret Wars comic book event with the first issue of Ultimate End, a miniseries that will bring the company's Ultimate imprint to a close after 15 years.

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JAN
28
1 day

When Titans Clash: Mr. Incredible Convicted Following Batgirl Assault

When Titans Clash: Mr. Incredible Convicted Following Batgirl Assault

It’s the superhero clash that no-one saw coming: Disney’s Mr. Incredible taking on Batgirl — except that, instead of taking place in the four-color pages of the latest comic book event, it all happened on Hollywood Boulevard.

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JAN
28
1 day

Boom! Studios Aims For More Diversity With 'Push Comics Forward' Campaign

Boom! Studios Aims For More Diversity With 'Push Comics Forward' Campaign

In 2015, Boom! Studios wants to push comics forward — and push #comicsforward, as well. The hashtag has been coined to promote a new campaign the publisher describes as “a movement to actively shape what the comics industry SHOULD look like in 10 years.”

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JAN
27
2 DAYS

'Loki' and 'Magneto' to Launch Marvel's 'Last Days' in May

'Loki' and 'Magneto' to Launch Marvel's 'Last Days' in May

Following the announcement that Marvel's comic book universe would come to an end as part of this summer's Secret Wars event, the company unveiled the "Last Days" branding, created to identify stories featuring the final moments of characters ahead of their universe's destruction. Now we know which three series will launch the brand: Loki, Agent of Asgard, Magneto and Captain America and the Mighty Avengers.

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JAN
27
2 DAYS

'Imitation Game' Director Tackling Sci-Fi Love Story

'Imitation Game' Director Tackling Sci-Fi Love Story

Morten Tyldum, the director behind The Imitation Game, is going from the past to the far-flung future.

The Norwegian helmer is in negotiations to direct Passengers, a sci-fi love story that is being produced by Neal Moritz and Ori Marmur, among others.

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JAN
27
2 DAYS

New All-Female 'Ghostbusters' Cast Chosen

New All-Female 'Ghostbusters' Cast Chosen

The all-new, all-female Ghostsbusters are here.

Melissa McCarthy, who was already in talks for one of the leads, has signed on for the Paul Feig-directed reboot, and Sony is now negotiating with Kristen Wiig as well as Saturday Night Live players Leslie Jones and Kate McKinnon, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

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