Oh! I see. Mark Ruffalo’s Hulk went missing at the end of Avengers: Age of Dulltron (I’m trolling, I actually bought the movie). Since then, fans have been wondering where the Big Green Bastard is going to show up, and it looks like we’ve got our answer. In…Thor 3?
Don’t get your purple pseudo-undies in a bunch, Hulk fans. You may be clamoring for some more Hulk in Cap Americavengers 2.5. But it just ain’t happening. You, me, all of us are going to chill out and be patient in our desire to know where Banner went at the end of Age of Ultron.
It’s Monday Morning Commute! That time of the week where I share the various shizit I’m going to be totally rubbin’ up upon during a given week. These proverbial (and literal) dry-humpings are intended as salves against the burn of Existence. Ultimately empty employments of distraction that prohibit me from achieving some sort of proletarian cathexis designed to Damn The Man. But let’s be honest. We can’t damn the man, that ship has sailed. So let’s watch superhero movies, drink beer, and enjoy our moments of frivolity.
C’mon, Whedon. Time may heal all wounds, but some of us still ain’t over Wright departing. Especially after that fucking terrible trailer last week.
For the past dozen+ episodes of the OMEGA-CAST, Patrick Bateman has starred in a quality supporting role. However, this time the lovable, completely-stoned sociopath takes center stage in our descent into madness. Laugh at his non-sequiturs regarding the Powers that Be and the Televisor. Marvel at his input regarding the idea of concurrently developed sequels to one movie. Cower before his insanity when it comes to stalking celebrities online to “see how they’re doing.” From Star Wars canon to Dragon Age: Inquisition, he steals the show.
Downey Jr. says big movie announcement coming in eight days, drops Iron Man character poster for ‘AoU’
Robert Downey Jr hung a double-whammy on the masses today. First the actor dropped an Iron Man character poster for Avengers: Age of Ultron. Neat enough, right? But then the good lad followed up that magnanimity up by announcing…a Marvel announcement. Apparently Marvel Studios is dropping some announcement in eight days, and like. If this isn’t web-shooter related, I’ll be shocked.
Well, Marvel. You released an official poster for Avenging: Age of Robots. And it’s neat enough. Confirms that Peggy Carter and the Falcon are up in the movie. But it may be the little tip tease that is going to get everyone talking.Additional music from Danny Elfman? The gentleman who composed the original score for Spider-Man. The character that you recently gained access to? This can’t be a fucking coincidence, right?
..and like pretty much all of the Avenging: Age of Terminator artwork, this new slew of promo artwork centers on a) the team posing like a bunch of dick-faced stooges and b) the Anthony-Stark Fascist-Bot versus Hulk fight. Oh! And a couple cool pieces of The Vision.