Sad Ultron proves even a robot can cry.
On the set of Avengers: Age of Ultron, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Elizabeth Olsen, and writer-director Joss Whedon discuss the challenges of bringing new characters into the Marvel Cinematic Universe — especially when one of them was also in an X-Men movie. Part of BuzzFeed News’ ongoing reports from the set of the film.
More domestic Avengers, please.
This may be trickier than you think.
This will make you even more psyched for the Avengers sequel.
Willa Holland (Thea Queen from Arrow) gives us her hot takes on the actors that play your favorite superheroes.
It’s time to assemble and place your bets.
Captain America, Iron Man, and Thor have a long history with the web-head in Marvel comics. Can the movies handle Peter Parker’s wisecracks AND Tony Stark’s sass?
Why stop with Spider-Man? The more the merrier!
Hollywood casting directors, take note.
G. Willow Wilson (Ms. Marvel) and Marguerite K. Bennett (Angela: Asgard’s Assassin), writers of the new (and first!) all-female Avengers team A-Force discuss fandom, haters, and how to move comics forward.
He sees you when you write text posts, he sees you tag your thirst.
Some of the greatest superheroes of all time have heeded the call of “Avengers Assemble!” Also, a lot of randos.
Hollywood casting directors meet tumblr, they will show you the light.
Whedon in a recently released interview said comic book movies were suffering from “intractable sexism.”
The Avengers, The Justice League, and the Guardians of the Galaxy all prepare for the war against Darth Vader and the Dark Side of the Force.
The 21st century is hard for everyone bae.
Tumblr’s plotlines for this movie are guaranteed to be way less upsetting than whatever Marvel’s got cooked up. Let’s enjoy this while we still can.
How dry is your martini, though?
Marvel Comics announced today that the Marvel Universe as we’ve known it for over 50 years will come to an end in May’s Secret Wars #1. Here’s an explanation of what that actually means, and what you should expect going forward.
It’s probably some guy named Chris.
This year, BuzzFeed Entertainment talked to the people behind some of the biggest projects of the year (like The Hunger Games, American Horror Story, and Serial) and reminisced with others who helped make past favorites (like Friends, Twin Peaks, and Hey Dude). Warning: SPOILERS ABOUND!
Avengers assemble — that tree! Looking back memorable holiday-themed comic book covers.
Surprise bitch, I bet you thought you’d seen the last of me.