All of the original Avengers got matching tattoos, except for Mark Ruffalo, who is a coward

If the Avengers are the superhero version of work friends, then facing down an intergalactic villain like Thanos is the ultimate team-building exercise. Our six original heroes—Iron Man, Captain America, Black Widow, Hawkeye, Hulk, and Thor—likely emerged from Infinity War closer than ever, bonded by their successes…

Warner Bros. will go back to Baker Street in 2020 for Sherlock Holmes 3

We don’t know what’s going to happen to the Marvel Cinematic Universe after Avengers 4 next year, but at least Robert Downey Jr. doesn’t need to worry about whether or not he’ll still have big movie franchises to appear in. According to Deadline, Warner Bros. has officially announced that a third entry in its vaguely…

The Avengers split forces, deploy clips, and dodge spoilers on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and Late Night

With Avengers: Infinity War poised to, Thanos-like, slay fully half of the world’s box office starting Friday, the Marvel movie juggernaut (no, not that one, thankfully) dispatched two teams of heroes into the late-night fray on Monday. Makes sense, since all the trailers suggest the rapidly multiplying superhero team…

Iron Man isn’t invited to the next Spider-Man movie, but a different Marvel hero will be

Robert Downey Jr.’s Tony Stark has been a huge part of the marketing for Spider-Man: Homecoming (especially on one particular poster), but he’s not going to become a regular part of the new Spider-Man movies. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Iron Man won’t appear in the Homecoming sequel, but Sony has worked out a…

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Chris Evans is once again Hollywood’s most cost-effective actor

Chris Evans might not be the biggest name in Hollywood (FYI, he’s the “Captain America” Chris of The Avengers, not the “Thor” Chris—you’re welcome), but he’s acquiring quite the reputation as a safe bet for casting directors. For the second year running, the 35-year-old handsome person has topped Forbes’ list…

Joss Whedon returns to Twitter, launches celeb-powered voting initiative

Joss Whedon returned to Twitter today to promote his new project: the Save The Day PAC, a “get out the vote as long as that vote isn’t for Donald Trump” initiative. The self-described “short-form digital production company” launched with a video featuring a lot of Whedon’s celeb pals including a bunch of Avengers,…