Sunday, the final day of Comic Con, is traditionally a little slow. Most of the big dogs have gone home and many visitors use this day to search for last minute shopping deals on the show floor (after all, some people do go to Comic Con to buy comics). That doesn't mean that the day is wont for things to do. Actually, there are plenty of interesting panels to check out, especially if you're TV fan...and especially if you're a Joss Whedon fan.
Even though the film has only been in theaters for fourteen days stateside, 'The Avengers' has already broken a number of records and isn't done breaking them (one could even say smashing them). But that hasn't stopped Disney and Marvel from prepping the film for home video and now the film has its DVD and Blu-ray release date of September 25. Full Specs below.
An ‘Avengers’ sequel is happening. That much is set in stone. Beyond that, there’s nothing but questions, the largest being whether or not director Joss Whedon will return to a franchise that raced past the $1 billion mark at the worldwide box office and has a decent shot at knocking ‘Avatar’ off its perch as the highest-grossing film of all time.
The excitement for Joss Whedon's film 'The Avengers' has hit a fever pitch, but if you've had your fill of stills and trailers for the upcoming May release, we've got the perfect cure for what ails you.
This faux trailer for a 1978 'Avengers' TV movie has everything, including Alan Alda as Hawkeye!
Right on the heels of the release date announcement for 'Captain America 2', there's a new TV spot for 'The Avengers' which highlights the role of Chris Evans's Steve Rogers - aka Captain America - in the film. They are selling him as the leader, which fits with what Joss Whedon was saying about the film a couple months back.
'The Avengers' has a release date of May 4 - close to a month away - so prepare to be bombarded with more images, product-placements, commercials and toys than ever before. Though the film should perform well regardless, it's still a make or break picture for Marvel Studios, and the film they have been building toward for at least five years, cinematically speaking. Here are some images of making that dream come true, including this one of Jeremy Renner performing in front of a green screen.