Curse your sudden but inevitable betrayal!
Things really, really don’t look good for Marvel Studios’ team of superheroes.
“I still believe in heroes.”
He’s a life ruiner and you don’t even care.
Mainly because Tony Stark is a badass.
On the set of Avengers: Age of Ultron, Chris Hemsworth and Chris Evans explain what’s next for their respective superheroes, and for the actors outside of the Marvel Studios universe. Part one of BuzzFeed News’ ongoing feature from the set of the film.
Iron Man and Hulk are fighting, the new villain, Ultron, is running amok, and Thor is (briefly) naked! What is happening?!
Because before you save the universe, you should probably take a selfie.
Try finding the latest issue of ANYTHING at your local store. If there is such a thing :(
School sucks…but these school suck more.
Just A Few Modern Classics.
Being boring is bad, and not in a good way.
It’s hard out there for a geek.
Plus: Guardians of the Galaxy 2 gets a release date.
From The Avengers to Lost in Translation, Johansson’s done a lot of homework to ready her for her latest movie.
Benedict Cumberbatch! Frozen’s Elsa! And (hopefully) first looks at Game of Thrones’ Sand Snakes and the Justice League of America. Here’s our wish list for 2014’s San Diego Comic-Con, running from July 23–27.
Because we totally need something better than Legally Blonde.
Are audiences too hooked on Hollywood movies that explain everything? A BuzzFeed Entertainment discussion! (MAJOR SPOILERS ahead!)
From mega-blockbusters (The Avengers!) to junky schlockbusters (The Toxic Avenger!), take this quiz to see how well-versed you are in superhero cinema.
Once you know about this pattern, you’ll see it everywhere.
Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen spoke exclusively with BuzzFeed about the highs and lows of Season 1, the finale’s ramifications on Season 2, and the one thing they’ll never do again.
“Give me a scotch, I’m starving.”
You’ll never be able to watch Frozen the same way again.
Some of the year’s lousiest movies and TV shows were the ones we were looking forward to the most.
Two words: “Red Wedding”.
Since 2008, Marvel Studios’ eight movies have grossed $5 billion in global box office, all thanks to one simple, radical invention: the mega-franchise. Can Hollywood catch up? And should they?
The Doctor meets Harry Potter!? Sherlock and Dean and Cas!? Hannibal everything!? *grabby hands*
Thor 2, Iron Man 3, Captain America 2… *AHEM*