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It's Happening: The Ultimate Marvel Marathon

Love a lack of sleep prior to Age of Ultron? We've got the perfect activity for you! Story by Matt Cummings If you've got 27 hours available prior to the May 1st release of Avengers: Age of Ultron , and you have some sanitary wipes you can spare, Marvel Studios would like to talk to you. AMC and Regal are hosting The Ultimate Marvel Marathon: a 29 hour, 11 movie marathon that begins at 6pm on April 29th and ending around 10pm on April 30th with an early screening of Age of Ultron . At only $65 per person, the event breaks down to just under $6 bucks a movie. Here’s the tentative schedule for the Ultimate Marvel Marathon: 6:00pm IRON MAN 8:25pm THE INCREDIBLE HULK 10:35pm IRON MAN 2 1:00am THOR 3:10am CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE FIRST AVENGER 5:30am THE AVENGERS 8:48am IRON MAN 3 11:15am THOR: THE DARK WORLD 1:45pm CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER 4:20pm GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY 7:00pm AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON (RealD® 3D) Discuss this story w

Our Top 10 Marvel Films: 10-7

We rank our top 10 Marvel films so you can yell at us. Story by: Matt Cummings If anyone had told us back in 2008 that Marvel would become the profitable franchise in recent history, we would have laughed them out of the room. Who could blame us: after selling their soul (and several famous properties) to Fox and Sony , Marvel rebounded with an impressive list of their own films. But of the entire universe, which rank the highest and which deserve to languish in the Blu-ray bargain bin?   DC had better get its act together, before Planet Earth forgets them entirely. To make it easier to read, we've broken it down into two articles.  We'll release our top 5 list sometime this week.  You'll soon see why we only took four this time and not five. Here now is our top favorite Marvel films from 10 to 7: 10) X2 (2003)  Up to this point, we hadn't seen a film quite like X2 , a film which actually upped the stakes for comic book movies by outdoing the orig

Splitting Heroes Down the Middle By: Jonathan Cyfer

Splitting Heroes Down the Middle By: Jonathan Cyfer  It's not completely unheard of to have a particular character appear both in a TV series and in films. After all, Clark Kent has enjoyed a robust lifetime on the silver screen and in the Smallville TV series. 2012 will bring us the latest Superman film , but it's presumed that the Smallville series will end after the conclusion of the current 2010/2011 season. This avoids confusion among the fans between the different incarnations and storylines involving the same character, however that isn't going to be the case with all superhero franchises. I'm sure you're all aware of the latest Incredible Hulk (2008) film and the fact that this character (with a change of actors playing Bruce Banner ) will be appearing in the upcoming Avengers (2012) film. I just found out that a new, live action Incredible Hulk TV show is being developed for ABC. Many Hulk fans fondly remember the Hulk TV series (1978-1982) sta

Incredible Hulk Coming To ABC

Incredible Hulk Coming To The Small Screen As DC Comics heroine Wonder Woman , who had a TV series during the 1970s, is being prepped for a return to the small screen, Marvel and ABC are developing a TV return for the Incredible Hulk . CBS produced a memorable series featuring the jade giant that ran from 1978-82 and starred Bill Bixby and Lou Ferrigno . At the end of the decade, ABC followed up with three TV movies that featured incarnations of Marvel heroes Daredevil and Thor . Hulk is one of two projects that are priorities at Marvel Television, Marvel Studio’s TV division, which has been operating under the radar since Jeph Loeb took the reins at the end of June. Please Leave A Comment- Source- Heatvision

Tim Roth Is Game For A Return In 'Incredible Hulk' Sequel Or Other Marvel Movies

Tim Roth Is Game For A Return In 'Incredible Hulk' Sequel Or Other Marvel Movies While 2008's "Incredible Hulk" only performed marginally better at the box office than its 2003 counterpart, many fans praised Louis Leterrier's take on Marvel's green goliath as a significant upgrade from Ang Lee's earlier film. One of the most notable improvements, according to many critics, was the addition of award-winning actor Tim Roth as the villainous soldier Emil Blonsky opposite Edward Norton's scientist-on-the-run Bruce Banner. Even though [SPOILER ALERT] Roth's character was on the receiving end of a Hulk beatdown at the end of the film (despite becoming the mutated behemoth Abomination), the door was left wide open for a potential return. And as Hulk fans know, Blonsky is a regular presence among Hulk's rogues. While chatting with Roth recently about "Lie to Me," the Fox television series in which he plays a human lie-detector of sorts, I

Jon Favreau Not Going To Be Directing "The Avengers" Film

Jon Favreau Not Going To Be Directing "The Avengers" Film Jon Favreau has confirmed he will not be available to direct the upcoming Avengers movie, But he will be an executive producer on the film. Also in the clip below love the Quote from Jon "Spider-man is Cartoonie " Sad news yes for the upcoming film. Now here we going with all the speculation on who's going to direct the film? Any ideas or who you would like to see get their hands on the film. As far as his more direct involvement in "The Avengers" goes, Favreau flat-out denied rumors that he'd direct the superhero team-up extravaganza. At least he will have some involvement on the film, even though he is not directing the film "They'll have to [find a different director], because I'm not going to be available," he explained. "It's something I'm being the executive producer on, so I'll definitely have input and a say." Here is something else that was