Since Iron Man (2008), many have patiently waited as Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) slowly assembled (tee hee hee) a team of far-flung superheroes, one at a time. We knew this was coming. As much fun as those post-credits recruitment scenes were, I regarded them with dread.
It's official: February 29 (aka Leap Day) has been claimed Geek Day.
Science fictional World War Two propaganda never looked so good in high definition.
On this day, October 11, 2011 Christmas came early for every fanboy, geek, and true believer of all ages.
With a mediocre summer movie landscape filled with tired pirates, repeat bachelor parties, an unfunny fighter pilot wearing jewellery, rusty scrap metal in slowmo, and bland cowboys & aliens, there was an unlikely film about a Norwegian legend and a rainbow bridge that hammered out all that competition; and now its available for your home entertainment viewing pleasure.
The trailer may of only lasted just over a minute but those short 66 seconds that was enough to satisfy (and tease) decades worth of Marvel fans. Well, at least this Marvel fan anyway.
Does Marvel save their best superhero movie 'til last this summer? Well not quite, but it still packs more of a punch than Ryan Reynolds and his emerald jewelry.
Shocked by thunder? Marvel's favourite deity hammers his way from the silver age to the silver screen for the first time.
Nothing says an American Thanksgiving quite like your sister and your four star general father walking in on you and your alien boyfriend about to do the horizontal boogie. Or is it football and turkey? I can never remember. But in Smallville it's just your typical holiday for Lois Lane.