If you took a straw poll among movie fans and asked them who their favorite Avenger is, chances are strong that Jeremy Renner's Hawkeye would rank last. Not that it's Renner's fault -- he was essentially a supporting character in the first film (under hypnosis by Loki for the majority of that time) and really hasn't had a chance to really show off his superhero skills yet. However, his smaller shadow on the Marvel cinematic universe has led to much discussion about his character moving forward. Namely, will Hawkeye even live to see the closing credits of 'Avengers 2'?
ScreenCrush wraps up the latest in movies and TV you might have missed. Today, check out a new look at 'Avengers 2,' watch a new trailer for 'Horns,' and shake your head at Tom Hanks' next paycheck.
If you thought all of the official images released from 'Batman vs. Superman' were dour, just wait! According to a baffling new story making the rounds on the internet today, Warner Bros. has decided that their superhero films will be joke-free. Yes, they're apparently instituting a "no jokes" policy on their upcoming DC comics movie universe
ScreenCrush wraps up the latest in movies and TV you might have missed. Today, 'Jurassic Park 4' pays tribute to a legend, Mike Epps gets cast as Richard Pryor, and Liam Neeson kicks butt...again.
Just when you think you're officially over the whole ALS Ice Bucket Challenge thing, Amy Adams and Henry Cavill go ahead and do one from the set of 'Batman vs. Superman.' And they do it in costume, too. Yes, this may be your one and only opportunity to watch people pour buckets of ice water on Superman's head.
The 'Pyramid' trailer knows what horror movies as old as the original 'Mummy' knew: ancient Egypt is really cool and really scary. After all, there are few things that lend themselves to scary cinema better than mummies and tombs and ancient curses, and those just come with the territory when you set a film in and around the pyramids.
The 2014 Emmy Awards skewed a little hipper this year, with host Seth Meyers and his army of comedically inclined friends providing more laughs than your average stodgy awards show. However, the ceremony went full internet-friendly when Weird Al Yankovic, hot off the first number one album of his lengthy career, took to the stage to provide your favorite TV shows with the one thing they so desperately need: lyrics.
While most people appearing on stage at the 2014 Emmy Awards bent over backwards to be polite and respectable and as totally inoffensive as possible, comedian Billy Eichner doesn't care! The internet video celebrity and 'Parks and Recreation' co-star brought his delightful 'Billy on the Streets' series to the stodgy ceremony and now the rest of the show has to live up to it.
Fans of Seth Meyers from 'Saturday Night Live' and his still-young stint as host of 'Late Night' know that this is a performer perfectly suited for hosting the Emmys. Capable of leaping between sweet and sarcastic at a moment's notice while barely changing his signature dry delivery, Seth Meyers opened the 2014 Emmys ceremony with a monologue that could have come straight from one of his own shows.
ScreenCrush wraps up the latest in movies and TV you might have missed. Today, the next James Bond movie is looking for a unique villain, the acclaimed horror movie 'Exists' gets a trailer, and the TV version of 'The Omen' heads to series.