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IFC Scream-O-Ween kicks off Saturday, October 12 at 8/7c. You hear a lot about the classic movie monsters – Jaws, Aliens, Predator, The Mummy, Frankenstein, Dracula, Godzilla, the whole she-bang. Creature feature chiller thrillers are great, but what about the modern day monsters? Let’s run down 15 memorable movie monsters from the last ten years.…
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This man knows how to talk “Star Wars.”
“There are times when they’re on their own and there are times when they are together,” says Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige.
ABC President Paul Lee also talked about how “S.H.I.E.L.D.” will fit into the MCU.
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“Project X” tops the list with 8.7 million downloads.
Bob Iger revealed that it’s been a conversation, though the park wouldn’t be at Disney World.
The year was packed with memorable scenes and images. Our columnist remembers some of his favorites.
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“That’s not my world particularly,” the “Skyfall” director said.
The film has also released new behind-the-scenes pictures.
Screen Junkies put together a hilarious new critique to go along with the home video release of “The Avengers.”
Are audiences experiencing “superhero fatigue”? At the outset it should be noted in passing that this sickness unto death, this alleged superhero fatigue, is a year old argument. That would make it a manageable medical condition, this superhero fatigue. The studios have not, so far as I know, called a halt to all the superhero…
“Clearly, there’s a purpose to us putting him in the end of that movie. We do have plans for him,” Feige said.
The Mad Titan will have a role to play in the final two Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase Two movies, Jim Starlin confirms.
“The question for me is, Do I have another story to tell about these people?” he says in a new interview.
We try to figure out why Loki’s killing blow was made less definitive in the UK home video release of “The Avengers.”
The director also opened up about what his role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe will be.
“The important thing to me is that we know what the show is. We love what it is,” Whedon says of the upcoming ABC television series.
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The cut sequence also features an alternate Stan Lee cameo appearance.
Production will begin immediately for the ABC pilot.
“The Avengers” is due out on DVD and Blu-ray on September 25.