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Jimmy Kimmel went Avengers crazy on Monday’s Jimmy Kimmel Live featuring the cast and lots of skits involving the cast of Avengers: Age of Ultron. He also has a little after-credits scene with Paul Rudd aka Ant-Man. Check out all the video below!
Cheesy Marvel Cartoon Openings
Jimmy and the Avengers Play Telephone
Wall of America: Marvel Comics Super Fans
The AvenGerbils: Hamster of Thor
Who Leads the Avengers in Real life?
Mark Ruffalo on His “Man-Canceling” Avengers Outfit
The Cast Discuss Strange Fan Art
The Cast Take Fan Questions
Avengers Family Feud
Post Credit skit
Actor Ryan Reynolds went to Twitter to show off what you can expect he’ll look like in next year’s Deadpool movie.
The pose is rather familiar, so we had to ask, who pulls it off the best? Deadpool? Burt Reynolds? Stan Lee?
Vote in our poll!
You probably missed it last night, but The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore took on the topic of “race and gender issues in fictional universes,” aka comics. The episode featured Mike Lawrence, musician Jean Grae, Marvel’s Director of Content and Character Development Sana Amanat, and artist Phil Jimenez.
The episode was decent, though didn’t go too much in depth on the issue, and there was a lot of opportunity missed, especially at the end. Still, it’s great to see the issue get covered and put in front of a wider audience.
Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Iron Man (Taran Killam), Bruce Banner (Pete Davidson), Nick Fury (Jay Pharoah) and Captain America (Beck Bennett) celebrate defeating Ultron on live TV.
An obituary in the The Ledger in the Tampa Bay area had an interesting obituary recently. Stephan Merrill was listed as passing away due to an “uppercut from Batman” on February 12.
That’s not a typo according to his fiancée Stephanie Vella who said the deceased would have been “honored” to have died that way.
Merrill’s death was sudden, and there was no initial cause of death. When it came time to write the obituary, the family still didn’t know the cause. The newspaper’s policy is that a cause of death must be listed. A joke was made which got the family to laugh, and they decided to go with that reason.
At first the newspaper didn’t want to publish it, but after an explanation from the family, the newspaper allowed it.
Merrill was a comic book fan, so to honor him, his friends and family wore superhero shirts, and the celebration included Captain America’s shield made from flowers, and a quote from The Avengers.
(via ABC Action News)
Valentine’s Day is tomorrow, and if you’re still looking for cards to hand out, Halloweencostumes.com have some geeky ones for you to print out.
Below are some of my favorite comic related ones.
CinemaSins takes on everything wrong with 2014’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. It’s a long one.
Terrys Blinds has put together this list of the “ultimate superhero lairs.”
It was announced today that Will Smith will play Deadshot in 2016’s Suicide Squad. Will Smith had a brush-in with another DC alum, Ben Affleck, in a previous film. Affleck who will don the cape and cowl as Batman in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice.
In what movie did this happen?
That’d be comic geek Kevin Smith’s Jersey Girl who was at one point attached to write a script for a Superman film, a character Affleck played (as actor George Reeves) in Hollywoodland where he “slept” with Diane Lane who played Superman’s mom in Man of Steel…. Phew….