Empire has a few new Avengers: Age of Ultron photos featuring Banner and Stark looking concerned in the lab, but also a new picture of Hawkeye in his fancy coat. The October issue of Empire hits Thursday and should have even more Avengers-y goodness.
Avengers: Age of Ultron will be in theaters May 1st, 2015.
The Wrap has a first look at the posters for the CW’s upcoming fall shows, one of which is this awesomely cool poster for The Flash. ComicVine also has a much larger image of the same poster.
The Flash premieres Tuesday, October 7th on the CW.
WWE’s 2nd biggest event, SummerSlam, is tonight and has arguably the biggest main event we’ll see this year, featuring WWE World Heavyweight Champion, John Cena, defending the title against The Beast, Brock Lesnar.
While I am excited for tonight’s event, I really just wanted an excuse to post this sweet 90’s style SummerSlam poster created by artist Manuel E. Larios.
The first pictures of Ben Affleck on set as Bruce Wayne are surfacing from the filming in Detroit over this last week. I have been following photographers Mark Bialek and Dan Newman, the Bananadoctor blog, and Batman-News.com to absorb as many updates as I can.
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot has apparently done so well this weekend that Paramount has already announced a sequel for release in June 2016. Turtles is expected to earn $65 million from this weekend’s opening.
MTV News has a handful of nice looking set photos from the Marvel’s upcoming Daredevil series on Netflix. Charlie Cox is looking pretty darn good as a mildly beat-up Matt Murdock.
Marvel showed a Phase 1 and 2 retrospective video, A Look Back, at last weeks San Diego Comic Con. The video plays out like an awesomely long trailer for the last 6 years of Marvel movies, and ends with footage from this weeks new release, Guardians of the Galaxy, even featuring a peak at Josh Brolin’s Thanos.
The apparent Deadpool test footage was leaked online in a grainy cam sort near the end of comic con (and of course taken down, and then put back up, and taken down again…), but now it seems a higher quality release of the footage is making its rounds.
Check it out, because whats one more time gonna hurt?
Batman The Complete TV Series Limited Edition Blu-ray is already available for pre-order on Amazon for its November 11th release date. The Amazon page has already been updated with pictures of the box set and the special features!