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‘Avengers 2’ Ending Will Be ‘Completely Unhinged’ Says Joss Whedon

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by Jacob Hall 21 hours ago
Marvel
When The Avengers arrived in 2012, the massive final battle between Earth’s mightiest heroes and Loki’s alien army ended up being much bigger and more exciting than the trailers suggested. From the sound of things, we may be in for a similar treat with Avengers 2. In a new interview, writer/director Joss Whedon discussed many aspects of the upcoming sequel, but it’s his comments about the Avengers 2 ending that should get you the most interested.

‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ 2015 Premiere Poster: First Look at Raina’s ‘Inhuman’ Transformation

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick a day ago
Marvel
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will again take center stage with next Tuesday’s “Aftershocks,” picking up after the Inhuman evolution of 2014 finale “What They Become.” Now, a new poster reveals our first look at the most gruesome transformation yet, teasing Raina’s drastic new look.

‘Avengers 2’ Poster: Hulk Gets Ready to Smash Some Ultrons

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by Mike Sampson a day ago
Marvel
Yesterday saw the release of a new Avengers 2 poster focusing solely on Iron Man. It was a welcome break from the earlier, overcrowded Avengers 2 poster. At the time, Robert Downey, Jr. promised a “big announcement” on March 5, and while we still don't know what that announcement will be, it looks like we'll be getting new Avengers 2 posters each day as a countdown. Today, we have another new poster featuring Hulk doing what Hulk does best — Hulking out.

New Marvel’s ‘Daredevil’ Photos Flesh Out the Supporting Cast

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick a day ago
Marvel / Netflix
Marvel's Netflix Daredevil series has at least a month before all 13 episodes hit streaming, but short of a second trailer, the new Man Without Fear photos very much open up the world. Meet the supporting players of Marvel's Daredevil in a new string of photos, and get a taste of Matt Murdock's new gear!

10 ‘Big Hero 6’ Facts About Your Favorite Disney Super Friends

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by ScreenCrush Staff a day ago
If you saw Big Hero 6, you fell in love with Baymax, there's just no way around it. He doesn't just save the day, he’s also lovable and sweet and cuddly. And, that's no accident. Disney animators based a lot of Baymax’s look on a young child. His walk was specifically modeled after a toddler with a full diaper. These are just some of the super duper facts packed into the latest episode of You Think You Know Movies, which returns to Disney and Marvel's Big Hero 6!

‘Avengers 2’ Character Poster: Iron Man Stands Alone

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by Mike Sampson 2 days ago
Marvel
Just in case yesterday's Avengers 2 poster reveal wasn't enough superhero action for you, we've got even more for you today. While it seemed like every superhero was crammed onto the previous poster, everyone is getting some space now with some character posters. Up first? Iron Man.

Marvel’s ‘Agent Carter’ Bosses Talk Season 2, ‘Winter Soldier’ Cameo

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 2 days ago
Marvel / ABC
Marvel’s Agent Carter at last got her “Valediction” with last night’s first season finale, finally letting go of Captain America, but surprisingly setting up The Winter Soldier along the way. ABC has yet to formally commit to Season 2, but what do Carter writers and executive producers have to say on its potential plot, and further Captain America crossover?

Did You Catch the Marvel Easter Egg in the ‘Parks and Recreation’ Finale?

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by Mike Sampson 2 days ago
NBC
If you're a fan of NBC's Parks and Recreation, chances are you loved last night's hilarious and touching series finale that sent Leslie Knope and her ragtag band of Pawnee workers off into the sunset. But, even if you've never watched an episode of Parks and Rec in your life, here's something from the finale that still might interest you: a surprise Marvel easter egg.

‘Agent Carter’ Season Finale Review: ‘Valediction’

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by Britt Hayes 2 days ago
ABC
The terrorist incident that begins tonight’s finale of Agent Carter will inevitably draw comparisons to the very similar chemical weapon deployed in Kingsman: The Secret Service. But where Matthew Vaughn’s film revels almost gleefully in the energetic violence, Agent Carter looks on the aftermath of that violence with grave horror. It’s a significant distinction—even with the vintage look and tone of Agent Carter, which still has its fair share of cheeky fun, the show still gives these threats and harrowing moments their proper gravity.