Yahoo Movies revealed the clip today with S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Maria Hill (Cobie Smulders) discussing the events that transpired with The Avengers and Loki and Nick Fury's actions.
You can watch the clip below:
There will be a blooper reel and more when "The Avengers" is released on DVD September 24th.-DocFB
49-year-old artist Al Rio was found dead in his home yesterday. The famous comic book artist took his own life by hanging himself.
Al Rio, was born Alvaro Araújo Lourenço do Rio on 05/19/62, and was raised in Fortaleza, in the northeast of Brazil. He became an animator for Disney in the 90's, working on the cartoon series "Aladdin" before he started working for Glasshouse Comics and then DC Comics.
He drew for Marvel, Vertigo Press, Dark Horse, Chaos! Comics, Avatar Press, Crossgen, Zenescope, Image, along with others. He would draw woman eroticly, even releasing a book entitled "How To Draw Girls" and did brilliant work on Batman, and Spider-man as well.
He was working on "Fever Moon" for Random House at the time of his death. He leaves behind a wife, Zilda, and 3 children, Renee, Adrialle, and Isabelle.
His funeral will take place today, Feb. 1st in on Cemitério São João Batista, in Fortaleza, Brazil.
We send our heartfelt prayers and love to his family and friends. To check out the brilliant artwork of Al Rio, please go here.
Al Rio, you will be missed.-DocFB
Marvel just released a new movie poster for the upcoming Avengers movie and it looks like Chris Evans and Scarlett Johansson are ready for action!
Thor, The Black Widow, and Captain America all look like their movie counterparts in the art poster. The Hulk, Iron Man, and Hawkeye...not so much.
It is a very, very cool movie poster and for someone who likes comic books still, I am loving the poster and cannot wait for the movie.
What do you think of the new poster?-DocFB
Diagnosis: Comics are still cool......
We saw "Captain America: The First Avenger" this weekend and loved it. We have not seen Thor although we know we need to before "The Avengers" movie comes out. Chris Evans was the right choice.
We thought we would be bored with a super hero movie taking place in the 1940's but we were not thanks to a brilliant script and fantastic acting. Hayley Atwell was sheer hotness as Peggy Carter, Steve Rogers/Captain America's love interest in the movie. Tommy Lee Jones, Stanley Tucci, Neal McDonough, and Sebastian Stan were stellar as well.
Captain America took the box office with around $60 million, thwarting Harry Potter which took around $50 million. Coming in 3rd was "Friends With Benefits" taking in about $18 million dollars. We have a feeling good word of mouth will keep FWB in the box office run this weekend. Just watch.
Did you see Captain America this weekend? What did you think?-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: Dr. Recommends Highly
Here is a first look at the movie poster for the upcoming Avengers movie. It looks kind of hot! We have a feeling this will be the first of many Avengers posters to come out.
What do you think of the poster and do you plan on seeing all the Marvel movies that will tie into the Avengers movie?-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: No Wonder DC Needs To Reboot!
Ryan Reynolds has just been cast as "Green Lantern" and I must say I am way surprised.
It's a great pick but, what about his recurring role as "DeadPool" in all the Marvel movies upcoming? With "Green Lantern" being a DC character, could it be a conflict of interest? We are glad he won, I want to make that clear.
It was between Ryan, Bradley Cooper and Jared Leto? Jared leto? Seriously?
The contract has not been signed yet. Reynolds was signed a few years ago to be "The Flash" but plans for that fell through. Will it happen again with "Green Lantern" or will green prevail over yellow?-Dr.FB
Box-Office Iron Man Robert Downey Jr. has no signed an iron-clad contract with Marvel studios.
Iron Man, which grossed $578 Million world-Wide, will have Robert Downey Jr. reprise his role for Iron Man 2, which will hit movie theatres May 7th, 2010. The Avengers movie, which will have a cast of characters including Captain America, Thor, and The Incredible Hulk, will hit theatres July 15th, 2011, with Iron Man 3 following in a couple of years.
This is good news for Downey and Marvel and Paramount Pictures who is distributing. As we told you weeks ago, Terrence Howard was replaced by Don Cheadle for the Iron Man movies, where he will become War Machine.-Dr.FB