Recently, the Avengers is very popular. And many people begin to talk about a question that which league has more power. Some people think the Avengers is more stronger, but, other people think the Justice League is more better. And then, what do you think of this? Which the best team of superheroes the world has ever seen? This is a question!
Racing previous all projections, walt disney and Marvel Studios’ The Avengers grossed $80.5 million dollars on Friday, the 2nd greatest solo morning of all time in the domestic box office.
Joss Whedon‘s three dimensional superhero extravaganzas also earned a glowing Cinema Score from moviegoers. during Friday, Avengers was on pace to gross $65 million dollars to $70 million dollars for that day, but quantities shot up due to a late evening surge in traffic.
Iron Man 3 is an upcoming 2013 American superhero film featuring the Marvel Comics character Iron Man, produced by Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures. And Iron Man 3′ will follow the events that take place in the Warren Ellis miniseries “Iron Man: Extremis.” What is more, Iron Man 3 will be directed by Lethal Weapon writer Shane Black and will hit cinemas next year.
Pen, parchment and an idea. Finally free to stir the vast macrocosm of our unrivaled creativity as modern apes, after another horrific ground-hog day listening to HR motivate you with robotic one-liners and adorn your cubicle with fluffy little mascots.
At last — at last you can become the anything and everything your day-to-day lacks. You can transcend your humanity and personify your wildest dreams. You can envision a hero, and bring him to life and share him with the world. Complete with redundant overarching political overtones that are never as subtle as you think they are. Then all you have to do is passively watch your creature, as it ages like milk.
The problem is, for the rest of us, sometimes people who like yogurt validify certain artistic monstrosities without our consent. I have done my best to compile a subjective list of real, popular “superheroes” that have somehow achieved a modicum of notoriety. Although admittedly, for all the wrong reasons.
All due respect to the Norse legend and the whole God of Thunder thing, Thor has always seemed like a B-lister among comic book superheroes — nowhere near as complex and compelling and prone to dark moments as the Supermen and Batmen and Spideys.
And the good news is: Thanks in large part to a charming, funny and winning performance from Australian actor Chris Hemsworth in the title role, the big-screen version of “Thor” is the most entertaining superhero debut since the original “Spider-Man.” Director Kenneth Branagh brings his Shakespearean cred to the table, but he balances the speechifying about loyalty and betrayal and father-son issues with breathtaking action sequences, dazzling special effects and some wickedly funny moments as well. (We even get at least two references to “The Avengers.”) The result is wall-to-wall entertainment that sets the bar high for the 2011 summer superhero season.
Captain America has not released its first run but reviews are starting to trickle in for Captain America: The First Avenger, which hits theaters July 22nd and premieres at Comic-Con in San Diego.
Whether or not the Captain America: First Avenger finished product is any better than Green Lantern, one thing is absolutely certain: when it comes to marketing, Paramount has done pretty much everything right to sell the latest summer superhero entry — save those ridiculous Dunkin Donuts tie-ins. The latest clip from First Avenger keeps the hot streak going, showing what happens immediately after Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) is transformed into our shield-throwing hero.