WARNING: Adorableness ahead!
WARNING: Adorableness ahead!
Opening in 42 foreign markets a week before its U.S. debut, Marvel Studios’ latest blockbuster just raked in $195.3 million. It was especially huge in Asia.
Mark Ruffalo is a pretty humble guy who’s never taken the time to find out about all the “Science Bros” Avengers erotica out there. Well, he found out about it last night.
Plus Kate Middleton being adorable, mind-reading headphones, and the bus ride from hell.
And how a digital tiger will devour The Avengers.
Even the biggest movie of the year can have its flaws, right? After going after The Amazing Spider-Man last week, Cinema Sins takes on The Avengers, listing everything wrong with the film in under 3 minutes.
So. Many. Abs.
Bravo has heard our cries and is planning a series based on 1992 camp classic Death Becomes Her. Sadly, not all adaptation ideas are created equal.
Honest Trailers strikes again with a brutally honest look at the trailer for The Avengers. “The movie that put all of DC Comics on suicide watch.” (via youtube.com)
They would be adorable! And super skinny, duh.
Mark Ruffalo, you are lookin’ good in that motion capture suit.
Irene Hwang makes these super-detailed “matryoshka” doll (nesting doll) sets for the pop-culture junkies and cult-film fanatics. From Reno 911 to The Royal Tenenbaums, these sets span practically the entire geek oeuvre.
There can only be one. Choose wisely.
Aaagghhh I knew it! Katy Perry finally goes without makeup and accidentally reveals to the world her supervillian identity. (via dlisted.com)
There must have been a shortage of available actors because it seems that everyone made multiple films this blockbuster season. So start planning marathons dedicated to your favorite Hollywood stars.
Concept artist Steve Jung’s job is to create beautiful works of art that inspire the look of Hollywood films. He worked on Tron: Legacy, Transformers 2, Thor. Here’s some of his work for The Avengers — the link to the movie is so clear, but these are also works of art on their own.
This fandom is still steamrolling the Internet. Take a look at this creative stuff inspired by the main characters from the film.
Joss Whedon’s new superhero blockbuster made $200.3 million domestically on it’s opening weekend (over $30 million more than the previous record-holder). If you add in the overseas grosses (Avengers opened a week ago internationally), the film has already earned a worldwide total of $641.8 million.
Otherwise known as, “When Botticelli Met ‘The Avengers’.”
15 hours. 6 movies. 3 idiots. Starting at 11 am ET, get live updates from the theater as BuzzFeed sits through Marvel’s movie marathon: “Iron Man, “Iron Man 2,” “Hulk,” “Captain America,” Thor,” and finally, “The Avengers.”
The Avengers movie comes out Friday at midnight, and let’s face it, the movie would be way better with adorable animals saving the world.
No need to wait for “The Avengers”! Here’s the new trailer for the next and final Christopher Nolan Batman film, well before its screen debut this weekend.
But which species most accurately reflects Black Widow and Hawkeye? Terryl Whitlatch partially redeems herself for creating Jar-Jar Binks by giving us the Avengersaurusi.
I shall call him Captain America.
Steve Rogers, you get down from that car this instant. They had cars during WWII and you know that’s not how you use them.
Sure, they could have released a clip of all the Avengers fighting those aliens or Tony Stark being snarky at Loki, but instead they showed Scarlett Johansson in a low-cut dress kicking guys while tied to a chair. Well played, Avengers. Well played.
With Nicolas Cage. And Nicolas Cage. I would totally watch this.
Toy Fair’s a totally weird place full of adults talking about toys, but it’s also really great because it’s… full of adults talking about toys all day! BuzzFeed was allowed to walk around the labyrinth that is New York City’s Javitts Center this weekend and scope out this year’s awesome new toys.
This is the question Marvel doesn’t want you to ask. By concealing all behinds other than Black Widow’s, how are consumers supposed to make an educated decision?