In a recent interview with Reuters, actor Chris Hemsworth was interviewed with Chris Evans about their film Avengers: Age of Ultron, and Evans had a hard time keeping a straight face while Hemsworth was trying to make a great point.
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Sesame Street has been on a roll with its parody videos lately. So it shouldn’t surprise anyone that its latest victim is one of the biggest movie franchises of all time: The Avengers.
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Captain America stud Chris Evans is in nesting mode. In the latest issue of Glamour UK (via the Telegraph), Evans reveals that he prefers quiet evenings over wild club night now that he’s no longer in his 20s.
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Chris Evans wants out of the Hollywood business. Well, at least when Marvel Studios decides to stop making movies with Captain America, that is.
Paul Bettany, who’s played the voice of J.AR.V.I.S, the computer/butler in several Marvel films, is getting a promotion … of sorts. The 42-year old actor has just been cast as the android superhero, Vision in Avengers: Age of Ultron.
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After conquering the box office last summer, The Avengers went ahead and did the same thing all over again at Sunday’s MTV Movie Awards, where it won the night’s biggest prize, Best Movie.
The film, which also won Best Villain (Tom Hiddleston) and Best Fight, shared the spotlight with the Oscar-winning Silver Linings… More »
On Friday, Jack the Giant Killer stomps its way into theaters, bringing with it not only some statuesque monsters with a penchant for alliteration, but two great-looking leading men – Ewan McGregor and Nicholas Hoult – who do battle dressed like the sexiest Tin Men you’ve ever seen.
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Have you been dying to know how the Internet responded to Beyoncé‘s Super Bowl performance? Have you always wanted to see a cat dressed as Walter White? You’re in luck then. Hollywood, meet Internet. Internet, meet Hollywood.
For 2013, Hollywood has its work cut out for it.
2012 gave us the first-ever Marvel superhero team-up movie, the final Twilight film, the biggest James Bond movie ever and an unprecedented amount of Channing Tatum.
This year’s embarrassment of riches set the bar very high for movie fans. So before… More »
As far as movies go, 2012 was kind of a big deal.
This year, it felt like Hollywood believed in all of that “End of the World,” Mayan Calendar stuff, as studios released wave after wave of franchises like there was no tomorrow – and finding considerable box office success in the process. More »
With less than a month until 2013, the new year’s slate of films is already starting to breathe down 2012’s neck. Which means it’s time to roll out some year-end nostalgia for those movie moments that made 2012 a memorable one at the box office.
From Hunger Games to Twilght, Batman to Bond, this… More »
The long-delayed G.I. Joe: Retaliation released a new poster Wednesday, this time with 100% more Channing Tatum. The Magic Mike star reprises the role of Duke in the sequel to Paramount’s 2009 film, which recently underwent reshoots and a 3D conversion. Joining Tatum this time are Bruce Willis and Dwayne Johnson. Yahoo! Movies has the poster – click here to check it out! More »
Because Fantastic Fest precluded us from reporting from the frontlines of the home video market last week, we’re doubling up with high-profile releases past and present.
Look for an in-depth, dedicated review of the new Bond 50 box set later this week. But in the meantime, check out a curated list of titles… More »
After setting record after record at the box office this summer, The Avengers was finally — and we do mean finally — released on DVD Tuesday.
The superhero movie made headlines this year when it Hulk-smashed Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2‘s opening weekend record, earning a stunning $200.3 million in… More »
The wait is finally over… or is this just beginning?
Looks like you’re going to have to put your Captain America shield in a safe place for a few more years because Disney’s highly anticipated sequel to Marvel’s The Avengers isn’t hitting theaters for a while.
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The Avengers topped the box office for the third weekend in a row, raking in $55.1 million and putting the film at an estimated $457.1 million domestically. In other words, The Avengers is kicking ass and taking scalps … one name being The Hunger Games.
When Celebuzz sat down with Snow White and… More »
And the records keep breaking for The Avengers…
Just 19 days after its first theatrical release, the Disney flick reached another milestone by raking in $1 billion globally — making it the first time to reach nine digits in its second domestic weekend. The film had already previously broke the mold by beating… More »