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Film Sketchr has posted some wonderfully illustrated concept art that artist Jeff Julian designed for Bryan Singer's rather dull take on the Man of Steel, Superman Returns. Check it out.
We had a very nice poster for "The Only Light In The Darkness" earlier, and now you can take a look at a sneak peek of the episode. In the following clip, Coulson and his team -- including the duplicitous Ward -- must face a state-of-the-art lie detector test designed by Nick Fury himself.
With Earth destroyed and the older versions of Magneto, Cyclops, Storm and more all fooled by the lies of the Apocalypse Twins, it's down to Alex Summers and what remains of the Uncanny Avengers to change the timeline and restore the past. Hit the jump for a first look at issue #19!
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The third piece in the "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: The Art of Level Seven" series comes from artist/animator Pascal Campion, and depicts Agent Coulson (Clark Gregg) and his former love Audrey, aka "The Cellist", who will be played by Amy Acker in the nineteenth ep of the series.
Superpowers, dreams and fun. What more could you want from this kid friendly DC comics animated series from Cartoon Network? Description, stills and a clip to watch just this way...
In just under fifteen-minutes Cinema Sins points out everything that was wrong with Peter Jackson's fantasy-adventure film, The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug. Come check it out.
A new featurette for Disney's Maleficent has been released, and as well as offering up plenty of new interviews with the cast, it also features some great new footage from the movie which stars Angelina Jolie (Wanted) as the classic villain. Check it out!
Brother of Acclaimed Film Director Christopher Nolan Weighs in On Ben Affleck Becoming The Dark Knight. Hit The Jump!
The Batman Vs. Superman director has shared his thoughts on seeing the stand-ins for Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill and Gal Gadot all suited up on set, and comments on a possible timeline for the first reveal of the new suits as well as how the idea to have Superman fight Batman in this movie came about...