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How It Should Have Ended have always been sure to give their take on the films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and now is the turn of Avengers: Age of Ultron. Check out this two-part video and sound off on your thoughts below:Read more >
For the last few days the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has been doing the rounds online to combat Lou Gehrig's disease. So far, several cast and crew from the Marvel Cinematic Universe have taken part. Scroll down for the videos and click here to take part yourself and donate to the cause:http://www.alsa.org/fight-als/ice-bucket-challenge.html
Robert Downey, Jr. (with some help from Susan Downey):
Jeremy Renner and Sam Rockwell (with some help from Leslie Bibb):
Josh Brolin (warning - contains nudity):
Sebastian Stan and Anthony Ma…
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Director: Shane Black
Writers: Drew Pearce, Shane Black
Cast: Robert Downey, Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow, Ben Kingsley, Don Cheadle, Guy Pearce, Rebecca Hall
Studio: Marvel Studios, Walt Disney Studios
Following on from last year's The Avengers, Robert Downey, Jr. returns as Tony Stark and his alter ego Iron Man. This time he faces a very powerful terrorist as well as his own personal demons.
After the disappointing second film, Shane Black takes the director's chair previously occupied by Jon Favreau. Having previously worked with Downey on Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, Black injects some much-needed new blood into the franchise.
Having grown used to being top dog in prior films, Tony's world has been shattered by the events of The Avengers. Fighting against gods …Read more >
Give this a look and tell me what you think of it. I found it quite funny.Read more >
There has been a lot of talk about whether or not The Amazing Spider-Man can be made part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and if Andrew Garfield will appear in The Avengers 2. I'm going to examine the evidence for and against this.
The biggest issue is that the characters and stories that appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe are those still owned by Marvel, while Spider-Man is currently owned by Sony. If the two studios can make a deal, they could make the films part of the same universe.
It was originally planned that the Oscorp Tower that appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man would be part of the New York skyline in The Avengers, but by the time the tower was completed it was too late to include it.
It has been confirmed that Iron Man 3 will feat…Read more >