Black Panther: Ultron Killer & NEXT Leader of The Avengers!?

Black Panther is widely expected to feature in the upcoming Avengers 2: Age of Ultron - but could he play a much larger role than has been guessed at so far?

Perhaps not only being the crucial factor in The Avengers defeat of Ultron, but also be a potential LEADER of the avengers?

Warning, this article may contain potential Avengers 2 Age Of Ultron *spoilers*


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Black Panther: Ultron Killer & NEXT Leader of The Avengers!?

Black Panther is widely expected to feature in the upcoming Avengers 2: Age of Ultron - but could he play a much larger role than has been guessed at so far?

Perhaps not only being the crucial factor in The Avengers defeat of Ultron, but also be a potential LEADER of the avengers?

Warning, this article may contain potential Avengers 2 Age Of Ultron *spoilers*


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DC Comics Developing A Teen Titans Live-Action TV Show

DC Comics seems to have a strong belief in the future of comic book television shows. We are not only going to have four shows based on DC properties showing on the air this fall - Arrow, Flash, Gotham and Constantine - but now there is news of two more coming down the pike. Earlier this month we found out about a Supergirl show that is currently in development, and now comes word that the Teen Titans will soon be coming to cable. 

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DC Comics Developing A Teen Titans Live-Action TV Show

DC Comics seems to have a strong belief in the future of comic book television shows. We are not only going to have four shows based on DC properties showing on the air this fall - Arrow, Flash, Gotham and Constantine - but now there is news of two more coming down the pike. Earlier this month we found out about a Supergirl show that is currently in development, and now comes word that the Teen Titans will soon be coming to cable.

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9 Deleted Scenes That Explain Confusing Movie Moments

As the first entry in the modern superhero genre that has gone on to define blockbuster cinema, people tend to go rather easy X-Men, forgiving its more ridiculous, borderline-camp leanings as a product of a shifting time. It’s a good thing too; there’s so much to like in the film, evidenced by the series’ endurance. However, there is one thing audiences have proven to be less forgiving about.

Do you know what happens to a toad when it’s struck by lightning? The same thing that happens to everything else.

With that one line the whole wave of comic book movies could have failed at the first hurdle. Delivered in monotone by Halle Berry, whose turn as Storm didn’t connect too well with fans, it’s a cringeworthy, eighties-style quip that comes out of nowhere and feels totally out of place.

Originally, however, it was something a lot less offensive, just the payoff of a running joke that would have spanned the whole film. Ray Park’s mutant was going to keep making little asides about what happens to a toad in various situations, presumably to unsubtly explain his powers and character, with Storm’s barb acting as a final put down. For some reason it didn’t make it all the way through production, leaving us with the punchline, but no set-up.

Source: WhatCulture

HOT RUMOR: Warners Looking To Put ‘Legion Of Superheroes’ Into Development!

With Guardians Of The Galaxy on the cusp of earning $300 million domestically and becoming this year’s top box office hit, what is DC’s counter-strategy? Do they have their own version of a hero team in space? The answer is YES!

According to sources, Warners is quietly sending out the DC comic book Legion Of Superheroes to screenwriters & their reps for takes. For non-industry folks, what that means is that screenwriters check out the comic book and come up for a movie idea involving the characters from that comic. Those writers then go to the studio to pitch their idea. The studio then hires the screenwriter they feel has the best idea or take for the film.

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HOT RUMOR: Warners Looking To Put ‘Legion Of Superheroes’ Into Development!

With Guardians Of The Galaxy on the cusp of earning $300 million domestically and becoming this year’s top box office hit, what is DC’s counter-strategy? Do they have their own version of a hero team in space? The answer is YES!

According to sources, Warners is quietly sending out the DC comic book Legion Of Superheroes to screenwriters & their reps for takes. For non-industry folks, what that means is that screenwriters check out the comic book and come up for a movie idea involving the characters from that comic. Those writers then go to the studio to pitch their idea. The studio then hires the screenwriter they feel has the best idea or take for the film.

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