Fighter pilot Carol Danvers loses her memory and is taken and transformed by the Kree Starforce into Captain Marvel, one of, if not the, most powerful heroes in the MCU. She’ll have to use her power to figure out her past and stop a war between the Kree and Skrulls in March.
May 1st can’t come soon enough, check out the new Age of Ultron trailer.
Zach, Chris and special guest Gio talk about the biggest movie of the year so far, and the first Phase 2 Marvel movie of the year, Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
Thor goes green, Deadpool channels xenomorphs and the Rogues battle the Royal Flush Gang, plus much more in this week’s Pull List.
Cap makes it his mission to track down the mysterious rogue operative, The Winter Soldier, after he attacks Nick Fury and SHIELD in the first Phase 2 Marvel movie of 2014, Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
An upcoming documentary will take a look at the disaster that was the Roger Corman produced Fantastic Four movie, the only Corman movie that was never released.
A veteran of TV and movies, Chi McBride usually plays some sort of authority figure from a SWAT commander on Hawaii Five-0 all the way up to Nick Fury on the Marvel cartoons.
Captain America is back and leading a SHIELD team that includes Black Widow and Falcon two years after the Battle of New York. They find themselves facing off against new enemy The Winter Soldier and possibly even SHIELD itself in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, coming next Spring.
News was a little slow this week as we get closer to the holidays but we found out there is a new Expendable in Jackie Chan, a new Twilight Zone coming from Bryan Singer and a new Lego set based on Back to the Future.
The big news this week was obviously the buying of Lucasfilm by Disney but there was a ton of other news this week including some plot details revealed, directing and casting news and release dates for some highly anticipated comedy returns.