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Marvel's "Guardians" got their start almost 50 years ago, but the team movie audiences are familiar with is far more recent.
With a front page that rivals anything J. Jonah Jameson has published, the New York Post trumpeted the news Sunday that Spider-Man struck a police officer in the face during an altercation in Times Square.
Loveday Morris is an award-winning freelance journalist currently based in Beirut and covering the unfolding crisis in Syria.
A spokesman for the 91-year-old co-creator of superheroes such as The Avengers, X-Men and Spider-Man says Lee lost his voice because of laryngitis.
Director, Writer And Star Of Max Steel Talk About Adapting A Cartoon To Film Posted by Joseph Lee on 07.26.2014 Cartoon fans will recognize it... In an interview with Superhero Hype , director Stewart Hendler, writer Chris Yost and star Ben Winchell all spoke about adapting the cartoon Max Steel into a live-action film.
The pic will be produced by Kevin Feige, who, over the years, has repeatedly said how badly he wants to get a "Doctor Strange" movie made.
When it was first announced that they were rebooting the Spider-Man movie franchise, with Andrew Garfield in the role of Peter Parker and Emma Stone playing the role of his main love interest Gwen Stacy, there was a lot of interest and intrigue into how things were going to pan out and whether the new films would be a success.
An 80-year-old man who came home to find two burglars said he shot and killed one of them despite her pleas that she was pregnant, but it's the woman's alleged accomplice who has been arrested on suspicion... Prosecutors deciding whether to charge a California man who says he fatally shot a violent burglar in the back in an alley as she fled his ... (more)
This image is of variant covers by Skottie Young for "Superior Spider-Man" No. 32 and "Amazing Spider-Man" No.
Peter Parker has some competition. We're not quite sure whether the Vine below is a genuine reaction or an audition for the next "Spider-Man" movie, but either way it's hilarious.
Comic book legend Stan Lee has pulled out of plans to attend this weekend's San Diego Comic-Con event after falling ill with laryngitis.
The comics legend's reps say he was hit with a bout of laryngitis and isn't making the trip to San Diego after all.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 10:36 am
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