Last week we heard that Kick-Ass himself, Aaron Johnson, is reportedly Marvel's top choice to play Quicksilver in 'The Avengers 2.' And as you already know, the character is already making an appearance in next summer's 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' in the form of Evan Peters. Obviously, we're asking ourselves the same question everybody else is (or eventually will be): who is the better choice for Quicksilver?
Another summer weekend, another battle for the top spot. This time it's the low-budget horror flick 'The Purge' against the Vince Vaughn-Owen Wilson comedy 'The Internship.' So which film will be getting your dough?
You might have read Joss Whedon's thoughts on the lack of female superhero films out there yesterday. While we're not going to disagree with him, we thought this was a perfect time to shine a light on some of the current favorite badasses in both movies and TV. We can't just pick one as our favorite, but why don't you tell us who your favorite is?
The other day, rumblings were felt throughout the X-Mansion and beyond: Hugh Jackman may leave the adamantium claws behind and stop playing Wolverine. Of course, this would lead one to believe that the role would eventually be recast. To use a psychiatrist cliché, how would that make you feel?
Yesterday, the Writers Guild of America (WGA) released their list of the 101 Best Written TV Series of All Time and crowned HBO's 'The Sopranos' No. 1. Do you agree with the choice?
WARNING: If you did not see this past Sunday night's episode of 'Game of Thrones' (read our review here), then you should leave this page right now - and avoid everything else regarding 'Game of Thrones.' If you've seen it and your mind is still reeling, vote in our poll and let us know what you thought!
This weekend, Will Smith and his son Jaden team up to survive an evolved and dangerous futuristic Earth in M. Night Shyamalan's big-budget 'After Earth.' Will you be seeing this sci-fi adventure?
Yesterday brought these delightful words from Hugh Jackman about a theoretical 'Wolverine' and 'Avengers' crossover: "I would love to mix it up with Robert Downey Jr. and Iron Man and kick his ass. It’d be great." 'Nuff said, right? But would you want to see these worlds collide?
This past weekend brought back the Bluth family: Netflix was kind enough to unleash 15 new episodes of the beloved comedy 'Arrested Development' at one time, resulting in juice box-aided marathons and binge viewings across the globe. So was the wait worth it?
Yesterday brought the somewhat startling news that Bryan Singer intends on using the character Quicksilver in 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' and in fact cast Evan Peters for the role; a controversial decision, since Joss Whedon had already stated Quicksilver will be appearing in 'The Avengers 2.' So which franchise do you think will be a better fit for the speedy character?