Posts Tagged ‘The Avengers’

College Humor has created another hilarious video.  This one is a hypothetical situation where Bruce Banner and his girlfriend are getting a little frisky.  She wants one thing, he wants something else, and what ensues is pretty hilarious.  Not to mention fairly well done.  I understand that these days College Humor is pretty well established and they have quite the budget to play with, but CGI of this caliber ain’t that bad.

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I don’t know who came up with this, I highly doubt it’s originally done on SoMuchPun.com, as original content [dubbed OC by the internet] is so hard to claim these days.  But you can’t deny how adorable and hilariously punny this image is.  The poorly shopped glasses make it even better when the characters deliver their one-liners.

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The set of Iron Man 3 has released some photos. It looks like it’s the first Marvel to be released after the craze of The Avengers. With one of their first released photos, we see Tony Stark looking upon the many suits he’s made during his trilogy [about to technically be a quadrilogy]. Yahoo! has compiled the back story and appearance of these seven suits in a neat gallery. Be sure to check out the link below.

The Iron Man Suit Anthology

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“Clench up, Legolas”

So, with the advent of the Avengers movie, surely a lot of swag will come along with it, but these realistic Avenger action figures might just leave you guessing as to whether or not the promo pictures were the actors or the figurines. Each costing over 200$ a piece, these collectors items aren’t cheap, with Tony Stark’s Mark VII Iron Man figurine being limited to a 3000 unit release. Assuming you’re into collecting, and have a lot of money to burn, check out the drawing on Kotaku’s article to enter yourself for the grand prize of four figurines (Nick Fury, Hawkeye, Captain America and Thor).

Source: Avenger’s Action Figures

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If you’ve seen the Avengers, you’ll know that the level of destruction in the final fight was borderline Transformers levels of destruction where entire buildings were falling dozens of cars exploding every minutes.  Some cost analysts actually figured out how much all the damage would actually cost and came up with a very large number: $160 billion dollars.  The article compares this disaster to other disasters that occurred.  Let’s just say that we don’t wanna be angering any alien forces anytime soon.

The Avengers Final Fight Collateral

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The image is subtle.  If you haven’t seen it yet, there is clearly a man who isn’t an Avenger with this series of heroes.  For the ignorant, that man is Nathan Fillion, unofficial Geek God.  To the mainstream, he’s known as Castle, but to the geek underground he will always be Malcolm Reynolds from Joss Whedon series: Firefly and Serenity.  I kinda wish he’d be a bigger deal in Hollywood, but he’s a bit too old for Hollywood to make him a big star.  Photoshopped images are all we’ll get out of him.

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If there was ever a way to start off a very promising blockbuster summer, The Avengers was a proper way to do it.  If there are any movie/Marvel skeptics out there, it takes a lot of stubborn ignorance to deny the marvel (Oh lulz I get it!) of what has been accomplished here.  Starting in 2008 as a vague idea that may or may not form came a movie with so much star power and ambition that it was easy to dismiss this as an action-oriented ‘Valentine’s Day’ that had so many A-listers that each one would eventually be fighting for star power and screen time.  Not only this, but there are 60 years of myth-lore and a rabid fan base that had to be dealt with for this movie to be successful.

It’s almost amazing how it all turned out.  In 4 years, Marvel meticulously planned in each of their corresponding movies how they would  set up this behemoth.  Without these previous movies, character development of these famed heroes would be lost.  So after countless infamous post-credit cut scenes in The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man 2, Thor, and Captain America, Joss Whedon delivered what was thought to be the impossible.  A coherent, action-packed, well-written 2 and a half hour ride that perfectly balances its down to Earth heroes and deliciously evil villain despite an ambitiously star-studded cast.  Slight spoilers.


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Marvel’s ambitious and star powered movie, The Avengers, released it’s first trailer this week.  The film include Robert Downey Jr., Chris Hemsworth, Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Jeremey Renner, and Samuel L. Jackson.  Directed by Joss Whedon [Firefly, Buffy], I have high hopes for this.  Usually when movies are stuffed with too many stars, some can compete for the spotlight, and with this being an action movie, it’s easy for the writing to take the backseat.  By no means will this movie be a flop, what’s questionable is whether or not it will be any good.  Anywho, watch the trailer above and hit the links for more info on the Avengers.

Awesome art of the Avengers on Deviantart

Entertainment Weekly on the Avengers on EW

A Decent Opinion on The Avengers on Guardian

Ripe Bananas

100 Awesome British Films on Empire

Kick-Ass comes to life on FilmDrunk

Chilling Javier Bardem is new Bond Villain on ABCnews

Pop Culture Costumes for Girls on Buzzsugar

The Best TV Marriage Proposals on FilmDrunk

Allison Brie is Adorable on WarmingGlow

If Disney Did Adult Films on Cracked

Bruised Bananas

What Titanic 3D Shows Us on Moviefone

TV Winners and Losers on NPR

6 Rules for Every Actor on Economist

Young at Heart Movies on Moviefone

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Top Banana: Arrested Development coming back for a mini season AND a movie

When I read this article, I literally, in the word of the infamous analrapist [an analyzing therapist] Tobias Funke, ‘blue myself’.  In terms of comedy and wit, there isn’t a show more clever or funny than Mike Hurwitz’s Arrested Development, which ran from 2003-2006.  After 3 years, the show has developed a largely dedicated fanbase all protesting for a resurrection of the show or a movie.  And for the past few years, all actors from the show including: Jason Bateman, Will Arnet, Jeffrey Tambor have all claimed ‘a movie is in the works, and the script is being written’ that revealed very little on the actual progress of a movie being made.  So you can tell the internet rejoiced when Mike Hurwitz announced that not only were we getting a movie, but we’re getting a miniature season BEFORE the movie.  A season AND a movie!?!!?  It’s only a dream that can come true and it’s actually the smartest thing they could’ve done seeing as making a movie out of the blue probably wouldn’t have been a good idea.  From articles I’ve read, the miniature season, consisting of about 9 to 10 episodes will focus on one character each that gives off a ‘where are they now’ vibe that will lead up to the movie.  Start getting excited.  2013 has something looking forward to.

Jason Bateman confirms on Twitter

Get the full article on Huffington Post

Awesome Arrested Development Art on Deviant Art

Stream Arrested Development on Hulu

Ripe Bananas

New Stills released for Whedon’s Avengers on IMDB

New Trailer for Spielberg’s War Horse on IMDB

Hugh Jackman’s RT Best Hits on Rottentomatoes

TV shows that would be better with Dinosaurs on Unrealitymag

Cliche Moments in Movies explained by Signs on Cracked

Extended Sex Scene from Bridesmaids not as funny as it should be… on FunnyorDie

Bruised Bananas

First look at Disney’s Snow White…at least one of them on Collider

Michelle Williams as Marilyn Monroe trailer on Yahoo!

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Since Disney now owns Marvel, Disney’s D23 Expo has released the first piece of concept art for the upcoming 2012 film.  I don’t usually do two posts in a day, as I’d run out of fresh material, but this is just too cool to pass up.  Enjoy close ups after the jump.


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