Joss Whedon spoke out earlier today on his handling of Black Widow in Marvel's Avengers: Age of Ultron explaining that the backlash wasn't the cause of his departure from Twitter. Now the Hulk himself, Mark Rufallo speaks out to defend the director.
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On Monday Joss Whedon deleted his Twitter account amid speculation that some of the backlash he received from militant feminists over his handling of the Black Widow character in Avengers: Age Of Ultron got a bit much for him to deal with. What really happened? Click on to find out...
With the Infinity stones set to be the main story-arc for Marvel’s phase three, hit the jump to learn all you need to know about the weapons the Avengers will be going up against in Avengers: Infinity War part one and two. Hit the jump to check it out!
Joss Whedon has joined a select group of people leaving social media from fierce backlash? What was Whedon's crime? Sexism! But is that what was intended with Age of Ultron? Take the jump for my opinion on the matter.
We won't list them off here just in case by some miracle you haven't seen Avengers: AOU yet, but at the end of the movie a brand new team led by two original members emerges, and we want to know your opinion on them. Click on to take the poll and leave your thoughts in the usual place...
James Gunn has already shown his support for Joss Whedon after the recent wave of hateful attacks against the Avengers director on Twitter. Now Gunn took the time to write a lengthy, thoughtful reply on the matter.
For those of you who watched Avengers: Age of Ultron, I'm sure you saw a scene that you may or may not have agreed with. If you did not agree with that scene, Director Joss Whedon revealed that there was an alternate version of it. What scene? Hit the jump to check it out! But beware, SPOILERS AHEAD!
Following the release of Avengers: Age of Ultron, director Joss Whedon's twitter was bombarded with negativity from rabid fans unhappy with the film. Rather than respond, Whedon has chosen to leave social media. Coming to his defense is Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn.
This week The Weekly Planet team are all about Avengers: Age Of Ultron and how it compares to the rest of Phase 2. Plus, we get into details on Josh Trank leaving Star Wars, the new Spider-Man, Batman in Suicide Squad and more! Hit the jump to support the show.
"I'm unapologetic about a lot of things" - Last night on Conan, Avengers: Age Of Ultron star Jeremy Renner, who portrays Hawkeye, took a minute to elaborate on the Black Widow joke he and co-star Chris Evans came under fire for last month on the press tour. Come check it out!
Joss Whedon talks in detail here about his fight to get Tom Hiddleston's Loki into Avengers: Age of Ultron, and even goes on to reveal what the scene would have consisted of and where in the sequel it would have appeared. It contained a pretty interesting tie to Thor: The Dark World...
A interesting interview has just emerged, featuring Marvel's very own Green Goliath: Mark Ruffalo. In it he discusses The Hulk's future in the MCU - and where we may (or may not) see him next. Obviously he talks about the ending of Age Of Ultron, so be wary of SPOILERS!
The other day an article was posted claiming to show the correct order of MCU releases. I'm here to tell you that it was a heaping pile of bullcrap. Hit the jump to see what order they're really in!
leading up to the release of the Marvel sequel, rumors were rampant that both of the above characters were set to make cameo appearances in the film. By now we know that wasn't to be -- but if the director had his way we might just have seen 'em. Click on for more, but beware of SPOILERS...
Earlier this year, one of Hollywood's hottest topics was the debate over CBMs and the apparent issue of 'superhero fatigue'. Now two of the genre's most successful contributors have answered some of the complaints from their critics. Check out what they had to say!
With Marvel's Avengers: Age of Ultron currently in theaters Joblo has released their list ranking the sexiest women in a Marvel film. Among the list are actresses Scarlet Johansson and Hayley Atwell.
It was thought that Avengers: Age of Ultron would finish its opening weekend with less than $190 million, but the Marvel sequel has exceeded expectations with quite a bit more than expected. Hit the jump to find out the details on that and much more...
With Marvel Studios’ real Cinematic Universe souring to new heights with this year’s Avengers sequel, I felt it was time for myself to tackle the wonderful world of Earth's Mightiest Heroes! Hit the jump to check it out, along with pictures and Thor riding a pussy...cat.
Avengers: Age Of Ultron is packed with Easter Eggs and references to Marvel Comics and the extended Marvel Cinematic Universe in general. Hit the jump for a look at connections to other heroes and villains, comics, upcoming movies and a reference to the Star Wars Trilogy.