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The superhero movie had its second winning streak this weekend with $103.2 million in the U.S. and $95 million overseas.
Whedon says he would support Christopher Nolan's final Batman film, stating, 'Whatever TDKR does on its first weekend, the only stat that matters to me is the ticket I'm definitely buying.'
Admitting that the Walt Disney Pictures is pleased with the big success of the Marvel film, Iger says that the Earth's Mightiest Heroes movie is set to 'get a number of other films and franchises.'
Words on the street are, the 'Friends with Benefits' actress rushes to the side of the middle-aged man, who was coughing up blood and vomiting, to turn his head so that he wouldn't choke.
Adam 'MCA' Yauch, Adam 'Ad-Rock' Horovitz and Michael 'Mike D' Diamond are accused of sampling Trouble Funk's works without consent.
While 'Iron Man 3' and 'Thor 2' will be 'very singular' movies, Feige says that 'Captain America 2' will unveil the life struggles Steve Rogers has after he's transported to modern days in 'Avengers'.
The U.S. Defense Department thought it was S.H.I.E.L.D.'s murky relationship with the government that made the movie seem unreal, adding, 'It just got to the point where it didn't make any sense.'
According to Chris Cornell, partnering with the big movie is something that he and his bandmates enjoy because the record companies don't have 'the money' and 'the resources' anymore.
Bagging $207.4 million, the Earth's Mightiest Heroes film becomes the biggest opening in the history of summer movie release in the United States.
The actress playing the gun-wielding hero says that she and Marvel Studios have 'spoken a lot' about developing a film that follows the heroine's origin in Russia.
The Nick Fury depicter tells the New York Times film critic A.O. Scottto to find another job after giving the superhero movie a poor grade on his review article.
The music video features Chris Cornell and his Soundgarden bandmates rocking the song under the glowing orbs with footage from the upcoming movie intercepting every once in a while.