Marvel Studios (and its parent company, Disney) had originally intended to debut the trailer for its highly anticipated Avengers: Age of Ultron — due in theaters next May — during an episode of the TV show Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. next week. The Internet, however, had other plans.
Since Chicago was a bona fide hit in 2002, and took home the Oscar for Best Picture, adaptations of stage musicals have mostly struggled at the American box office. Rent, Les Mis, Sweeney Todd, and Nine are among the big screen adaptations to fail to really make a mark (Mamma Mia, with its ABBA-fied songbook, being a notable exception).
If you’ve been stuck pondering what costumes to pursue and/or avoid this Halloween — depending upon your desire to conform and/or stand out — the Internet has figured out what it is the world will be wearing, and has set about filling us in.
Jonathan Mann is a popular YouTube user who has been uploading an entirely new, original song every day for nearly six years. iOS 8 Quicktype is what Apple calls its new mobile operating system’s predictive text functionality.
As we reported in here back in June, DC Comics‘ film division has every intention of following in the footsteps of its wildly successful competitor, Marvel, announcing an upcoming, massive slate of 100 planned superhero films to be released over the next 30 years.