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Marvel is releasing animated shorts about the origin stories of the Guardians of the Galaxy to promote their upcoming Disney XD TV show. First up are Star-Lord and Groot. They don’t exactly reveal much, but they’re still fun to watch.
(PG-13 Language) As promised, the first full trailer for Deadpool has dropped, giving us the backstory of mild-mannered Wade Wilson, the experiment that changed him forever, and the emergence of his Merc with a Mouth persona.
This trailer for the Fantastic Four re-reboot is notable for two things. First of all, it’s the most comprehensive look yet at the background stories of Marvel’s royal family. Then there’s its special announcement.
(PG-13 Language) Yeah, we hate trailers for trailers as much as the next guy, but we’ll make an exception for this foul-mouthed trailer hype from the lips of Deadpool himself. Plus, we only have to wait a day for the real deal.
(PG-13 Language) A group of sci-fi and fantasy fans have had it with the barrage of Marvel superhero movies, so they’ve decided to skip Ant-Man. But their Marvel-loving friend Leigh knows how to push their buttons.
Illustrator Josh Lynch has an ongoing series of illustrations where he turns Marvel superheroes into dogs. We can’t decide which one we like best. MODOG is probably the right answer, but we love the Mr. Fantastic dachshund so much.
This Is Productions presents their take on the title sequence for the upcoming live-action Doctor Strange movie, starring Benedict Cumberbatch. They juxtaposed Strange’s old Marvel comics with The Flaming Lips’ W.A.N.D.
SNL pokes fun at Marvel’s seeming inability to deliver on a compelling female superhero on screen, as they completely miss the point of Black Widow, and cast her in a romantic comedy. It’s not like DC has done any better.
Animator Leigh Lahav teamed up with How It Should Have Ended to explore the various stages of anticipation, excitement, disappointment, and fanaticism we go through each time we watch a new Marvel movie – and its post-credits scene.
Before you go see Avengers: Age of Ultron – we’ve seen it, it’s a lot to take in by itself but also a lot of fun – check out Vulture’s recap of the movies that lead up to it, starting with the first Iron Man flick.
(PG-13 Language) The Avengers take on The Justice League in this ridiculously over the top cosplay battle from the guys at RackaRacka. Despite Bruce Wayne and Tony Stark’s wonderful toys, the Hulk’s fist is still our favorite weapon.
The debut trailer for Ant-Man assures us that Marvel is sticking to the formula that made a bunch of a-holes household names: equal parts action, comedy and eye candy. Besides, there’s this guy for the wilder stuff.
Our first glimpse at Avengers: Age of Ultron was heavy on the drama. Then we saw a smattering of humor. And now we have this reassurance that yes, the movie will meet its quota of lighthearted quips and nonchalant badassery.
From the looks of the latest trailer for Daredevil, it looks pretty great, as the blind, but highly perceptive Matt Murdock takes on the underbelly of New York to rid it of its worst thugs. Season one hits Netflix 4/10/15. (Thanks Jonathan!)
The latest trailer for Age of Ultron sees the days getting darker and darker as Tony Stark and Bruce Banners’s unintentionally evil creation wreaks havoc on Earth. And Thor asks a stupid question. (Thanks Brian!)
Lawyer by day, vigilante by night. This upcoming Netflix series by Steven S. DeKnight (Spartacus) is about Matt Murdock, who developed superior sensory perception after being blinded at a young age. Season one drops 4/10/15.
Stan Lee’s original team of superheroes is back for yet another reboot. This time, the focus is on the origin story of Marvel’s four young heroes and their new abilities. We don’t know much about their nemesis, other than it’s a “former friend.”
IGN made this polished chronological enumeration of characters who became part of the X-Men, from the fab five to the increasingly varied and confusing kids of the 2000s. Then there’s… nah, that’s all of them.
The latest trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron gives us more glimpses of Ultron and his Iron Man-like minions, Andy Serkis’ as yet unidentified character as well as the battle between Hulk and Iron Man.
Our first look at Marvel’s next summer popcorn flick, the story of a superhero who can muster tremendous strength, but only when he shrinks down to the size of an ant. Stars Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly and Michael Douglas.
Before you have a full-on nerdgasm, this isn’t a real film, but a fan edit by MR8866 & Alex Luthor (nice name), which envisions a universe in which intellectual property rights mean nothing and all comic book characters could freely roam.
Honest Trailers reminds us just how silly the concept was for what somehow became the most fun and popular movie of 2014. When you really think about it, the premise sounds like something that should have been a box office flop.