Yesterday, Marvel broke the internet when they announced all of their films from now up to 2019. Nine films were presented, including newbies like Doctor Strange and Black Panther, and the ridiculously exciting prospect of Avengers: Infinity War, a movie that will presumably be so packed with awesome, it needs to be split into two parts.
Wipe up those tears for all of the Netflix titles we're losing next month, because 50 new movies and TV shows are moving in to replace them. There are some really great ones too including Edge of Tomorrow (it's really, really good people, please give it the audience it missed in theaters), 22 Jump Street, and a few other big 2014 releases like The Giver and Expendables 3.
The cast of Terminator Genisys was revealed on the cover of Entertainment Weekly today, and it's pretty much what you'd expect (a lot of guns and steely expressions). But holy crap, a big piece of the plot was revealed in the issue itself, and it might just be the craziest bit of nonsense you read all day.
Yesterday was a massive day for Marvel news, but we've got two more video clips this morning to finish things off. First up is the Infinity War teaser that Marvel showed at yesterday's press conference. Aside from Thanos and his new accessory, it has no new footage, but it is really cool.
The fact that Gollum himself, Andy Serkis, was cast in Avengers: Age of Ultron is a pretty big deal, and yet, Marvel has somehow managed to completely conceal what character he's actually playing. When the trailer finally dropped last week, we got our first good look at him in the movie and... there really wasn't much to go on. However, one of today's big announcements does open up an intriguing possibility.
Doctor Strange! Captain Marvel! Black Panther! There is just so much to digest from today's Marvel press conference. While we continue to mull over what it all might mean, check out the official logo reveals for all of the revealed films!
Today, Marvel dropped some huge bombshells in regards to their Phase Three plans. One of the biggest announcements was the long-rumored title of the third Thor film: Ragnarok. Thor hasn't always been the most popular comic book character though, so even though this is also the title of one of his most epic stories, I haven't seen it discussed all that much.
Oh man, I'm dying. Someone went and synched the Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer with Celine Dion's My Heart Will Go On, and it works so well, I have to believe it was considered for the actual trailer music at some point.
Alas, it is that time of month again, as dozens of Netflix titles leave us to make room for new ones. As of the start of next month, we'll be losing movies like American Psycho with a pre-Batman Christian Bale, Joss Whedon's Serenity, and Kevin Smith's Red State
Avatar: The Legend of Korra, Book 4: Change may be the last animated entry into one of the best television shows of the past decade. In honor of this milestone, Channel Surfer is providing a retrospective on each Avatar season, from starting the original series to the latest. This is meant to be an overview for Avatar veterans, and hopefully an introduction for anyone interested in the show. This week we start the sequel series with The Legend of Korra, Book 1: Air.