James Gunn wants to see more female characters in the next Guardians movie (but not the one everyone keeps asking for), Stan Lee's original cameo is finally explained, and concept art of Jason Momoa as Drax has been revealed. All that and a little more below.
The Rock has picked a character, Benedict Cumberbatch is in every movie, and Scoot McNairy might be playing a very new take on a very old character. All that and Superman taking the ice bucket challenge below.
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Gareth Edwards is now known as the guy who successfully revived the dying Godzilla movie series, but before that, he made Monsters, an ultra-low budget (well under $500,000 by most reports) sci-fi film that premiered in 2010.
As great as The Winter Soldier, it could've been even better: director Joe Russo details the action-packed Hawkeye scenes that unfortunately never made the final cut into the film, but involved a conflicted Hawkeye as S.H.I.E.L.D assigns him to hunt down everyone's favorite shield-toting patriot.
Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy was basically Star Wars, if Han Solo was the star instead of that Luke Skywalker guy. But why not combine the two on an awesome t-shirt, recasting the members of the Rebel Alliance with the Guardians (Rocket as Yoda was a brilliant choice). It's even got a bit of a Pendleton Ward-inspired aesthetic, if you're into that sort of thing (and you should be).
It goes down pretty much as you'd think: an ESL professor recently wrote a blog post detailing his stint washing dishes at Whole Foods, where everyone was a name-dropping hipster with a trust fund. Well, everyone except one large, quiet guy with a crush on the juice bar girl, and dreams of going to California to make cartoons, and his name was none other than Pen Ward, creator of Adventure Time.
With Nintendo’s constant line-up evolving and shifting, it can be hard to remember which rendition of Super-Blast-Star-Power-Mario-Kirby-Hybrid is coming to our shelves this upcoming season. Now, Nintendo has released an easily viewable list of upcoming titles, and boy, does it have me gasping for air.
Phineas and Ferb continues to have some of the weirdest crossovers since Scooby Doo. There was Marvel, then there was Star Wars, and now, the children locked in a perpetual summer will have their own Lost inspired episode. Yes, that Lost, and yes, Damon Lindelof will guest star.
See guys, Syrio didn't die on Game of Thrones, he just went to space. BBC News is reporting that Mitlos Yerolemou, the actor who played everyone's favorite water-dancing instructor, has been cast in Star Wars Episode VII.