Marvel has just released info on what you can expect once you get the cinematic monster at home.We’ve still got a while to wait until we can watch the film in the comfort of our homes, however.19th August is when the climactic event film will land on digital on-demand.But a bit longer for the physical release: 2nd September for 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD.There’s just six deleted scenes listed in the press release which makes me wonder if one of them is the scene fans will be getting if they choose to pay to see the film in cinemas again.Though of note, a nice Stan Lee tribute, special sections for Iron Man, Captain America, and Black Widow, plus... Bro Thor as they refer to him.
That responsibility falls to Spider-Man: Far From Home.In Far From Home, Peter Parker attempts to take some much-needed time off by going on a globe-trotting vacation with his closest friends.Captain America pals around with super-spies.He’s still in high school, and his friends are just regular students — half of whom Thanos snapped out of existence before they were revived by the Avengers five years after everyone else had moved on.In Avengers: Endgame, we saw that B-listers like War Machine, Black Panther’s Okoye, Rocket Raccoon, and Nebula did a decent job filling in for the heavy hitters, but now that everything’s back to normal, they have their own issues to deal with.Captain Marvel has power to spare, but she has an entire galaxy to look after.
With great power comes great responsibility and being handed the reigns to adapt 'Earth's Mightiest Heroes' for a videogame is certainly something which brings with it a lot of power.After all, the studio is taking on a comic book series with almost 60 years worth of history including a successful film franchise, several animated TV series' and a variety of spin-offs.It's no small feat and the developers are under no illusion of the torch they've been passed.Holding out for a heroMarvel's Avengers game is a total original story in collaboration with Marvel itself which blends cinematic visuals with single and co-operative gameplay.The story begins on A-Day in San Francisco, a holiday to celebrate the Avengers which, in this iteration, is made up of Hulk, Thor, Iron Man, Captain America and Black Widow.
This might be the TV deal you've been saving for.You know what I always say: Cheap things come to those who wait!For a limited time, and while supplies last, BuyDig has the Samsung UN65LS03N 65-inch The Frame 4K TV for $1,299.(If you get there and the price hasn't changed, it means the sale has ended.)Why would The Cheapskate tout a 65-inch TV that's $1,300 when you can get the much-ballyhooed TCL 65R617 65-inch TV for $700?Of course, it's always good to pay less for those products when the opportunity arises.
The battle for the future of this and all other Earths hangs in the balance... even if the details are a little hard to make out.One YouTuber has recreated Captain America, Thor, and Iron Man’s epic battle with Thanos from Avengers: Endgame – finishing with the team coming together for the final showdown.YouTube channel Mr. Sunday Movies released the latest episode from its series “16 Bit Scenes,” showcasing the final battle of Avengers: Endgame.With animation by John Stratman and music by Kenny Mac (who also shared a behind-the-scenes look at the track he created), the video is a fun recreation of our heroes’ battle with Thanos, as well as the giant and frankly overwhelming call to banners that happened all because they were able to undo the Snap.Avengers: Endgame is heading back to cinemas soon with a new version that includes a deleted scene and some other “fun surprises.” The film is narrowing the gap with Avatar as the most-successful movie in global box office history, and this re-release could be the thing that sends it over the edge.
The title could bring to life some of the most beloved characters in cinema: Marvel's Captain America, Iron Man, Black Widow, The Incredible Hulk and Thor.The video game avatars look nothing like the characters we've come to know and love over the last decade.When rumblings about an Avengers game began, most assumed this was going to be the big budget Marvel Cinematic Universe game we've been waiting for, especially since it was being developed by Crystal Dynamics, a team used to working with marquee properties like Tomb Raider."We knew we wanted to make an original Avengers game with an original story.We wanted to go back to the roots, which was the comic books."We wanted to clearly show that this was our spin on the Avengers," he said.
But as of Thursday night, Agustin Alanis, 30, of Riverview, Florida has made it through that blockbuster film's three-hour runtime Never once has he ducked out for a break, even though he most certainly knows when the more skippable scenes come up.Alanis is gunning for the Guinness World Record for "most cinema productions attended -- same film," and he's in good shape to do that.On Thursday night, he sat through viewing 116 with no end in sight."I wasn't planning to try and break (the world record) to begin with," Alanis told me."But I had watched it every day since it came out for two weeks, and just like the movie shattered records, I decided to do it as well."Alanis said he's a Marvel fan who's watched 2014's Captain America: Winter Soldier numerous times at home, and he knew he could stand the repetition -- at least for a Marvel film.
Most likely, on your last birthday, the internet wasn't gushing all over itself with birthday greetings.For actor Chris Evans, this is not the case.Evans, who played Captain America in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, turns 38 on Thursday, and Twitter has plenty to say to the all-American superhero.In fact, HappyBirthdayChrisEvans is trending on Twitter.Appreciation came in all forms, like a highlight reel of Captain America bloopers and this video compilation of Evans laughing.There was also this birthday salutation from Robert Downey Jr. directed at Evans', um, posterior.
Learning to read and write can be daunting for kids, but with the new Marvel Hero Tales mobile app from Kuato Studios, little ones hopefully can get some help from Spider-Man, Captain Marvel, Ms. Marvel and other Marvel greats.The free app, available on iOS and Android, encourages kids from 7 to 11 to write their own Marvel stories while developing their language and reading skills.The Marvel Hero Tales app lets kids follow superheroes like Spider-Man, Ms. Marvel, Captain America and Captain Marvel as they "level up" by completing activities such as word collection and comprehension of words.Players can then use these words to write their own story by building sentences inside a comic book panel.Their choice of words directly affects the outcome of the superhero's mission.The final result is a personalized comic book that can be shared with friends and family.
The cinematic trailer was fine, if a bit jarring due to the new look Avengers.The 25-minute gameplay presentation showcased the prologue — essentially a significantly more detailed version of the events covered in the reveal trailer.The combat has weight to it, making each smack of Thor’s hammer look deliberate and satisfying.On the lower right-hand corner of screen, there were three slots for special abilities that charge over time.The top slot was always empty but was larger than the others, perhaps indicating an “ultimate” ability.Square Enix only showed off solo play, but Marvel’s Avengers is also playable cooperatively with up to four players.
Marvel’s Avengers begins at A-Day, where Captain America, Iron Man, the Hulk, Black Widow, and Thor are unveiling a hi-tech Avengers Headquarters in San Francisco — including the reveal of their own helicarrier powered by an experimental energy source.The celebration turns deadly when a catastrophic accident results in massive devastation.Blamed for the tragedy, the Avengers disband.Five years later, with all Super Heroes outlawed and the world in peril, the only hope is to reassemble Earth’s Mightiest Heroes.
A huge new "Avengers" game is in the works, and it was detailed on Monday night in Los Angeles at E3 2019.The game stars characters like Captain America, Iron Man, and Thor, but none of them look like their movie versions.Since the "Avengers" movie franchise is by far the most popular version of the characters, millions of people around the world associate Iron Man with Robert Downey Jr., Captain America with Chris Evans, and Thor with Chris Hemsworth.(In fact, recent news of Downey Jr. working on climate change led to dozens of headlines claiming he wanted to be " the real life Tony Stark.")And that's why so many people were taken aback when the huge new "Avengers" game was finally shown off on Monday night— the game features a cast that looks and sounds completely different from the version of the characters known around the world from the films.It indicates an expandable section or menu, or sometimes previous / next navigation options.
While Fox was perfectly fine spoiling Dark Phoenix’s major death in early advertisements, the true identity of Jessica Chastain’s alien character was kept conspicuously hush in the weeks leading up to the film’s premiere.Though an explanation for the codename she was referred to by the studio (“Smith”) is never explained in the film itself, a brief exchange is packed with just enough information about Chastain’s character to reveal who they are and how they fit into the larger Dark Phoenix Saga.It would be logical to assume that, being an alien in an X-Men story about the Phoenix, Chastain might end up being Lilandra Neramani, Majestrix of the Shi’ar Empire and former lover of Charles Xavier.But rather than completely passing on its chance to finally pit the X-Men against proper aliens, Dark Phoenix instead cherry-picked a notable (yet small) group of characters to highlight that have an important canonical connection to the Phoenix Force.Early into Dark Phoenix, a number of huge, glowing objects crash to Earth near a wooded area.A human woman (played by Chastain) at a dinner party that’s particularly close to an impact site wanders off to see what’s up when her dog begins barking nonstop outside.
Announced years ago by Square-Enix and Crystal Dynamics as part of a new concerted effort by Marvel to return to AAA-gaming, we’ve finally just gotten a decent look at what exactly The Avengers is going to be—and it seems pretty damn great looking so far.Revealed at Square-Enix’s E3 press conference this evening, The Avengers will task players with uniting Earth’s Mightiest after the seeming death of Captain America in a terrorist attack on San Francisco.Players will be able to play as each hero in the Avengers line-up—Captain America, Iron Man, Black Widow, the Hulk, and Thor—as the Avengers attempt to bring themselves back together in the wake of a grave tragedy.Oh, and Hank Pym is gonna show up at some point.As well as an original story, the game will feature multiplayer components where players can customise heroes from the Marvel Comics roster and team up to protect the earth from new threats.Avengers hits PC, Google Stadia, and Playstation 4, and Xbox One on May 15, 2020.
The Avengers took over Twitter after a new game was revealed Monday evening at Square Enix's press conference during E3, the world's biggest video game conference.We've heard very little about Square Enix's Avengers Project since its reveal two years ago, save for a tiny leak, but Marvel fans are accustomed to that kind of secrecy.At Square Enix's E3 press conference on June 10, the lid was lifted and fans got to see Marvel's Avengers for the first time.The trailer showed Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, Black Widow and Hulk -- but not the Marvel Cinematic Universe versions of themselves.There seemed to be mostly cinematics involved in the trailer, rather than gameplay, but it was hard to tell.Square Enix announced it is playable at their booth during E3.
One of the headliners going into Square Enix’s E3 2019 press conference this evening was undoubtedly the upcoming Avengers game from Crystal Dynamics.Square Enix saved the biggest announcement for last, closing its show by finally giving the game – which is simply called Marvel’s Avengers – a full reveal.While we don’t always expect to hear talk of release dates when a game has just been revealed, Square Enix surprised us there too.The story for Marvel’s Avengers picks up on A-Day, where the Avengers – Captain America, Iron Man, the Hulk, Black Widow, and Thor (sorry Hawkeye) – are set to unveil their new west-coast headquarters in San Francisco.The pleasantries don’t last very long though, as a catastrophic accident involving the Avengers’ new hellicarrier leaves a bunch of people dead and puts superheroes on the wrong side of public opinion.Fast forward five years later and the Avengers have disbanded and superheroes in general have been outlawed.
The Avengers are a staple of Comic-Con every year and now Square Enix have ensured they take over E3, the world's biggest video game conference, too.We've heard very little about Square Enix's Avengers Project since its reveal two years ago, save for a tiny leak, but Marvel fans are accustomed to that kind of secrecy.At Square Enix's E3 press conference Monday, we got the first look at the new title: Marvel's Avengers.We also got a release date: May 15, 2020.The trailer showed Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, Black Widow and Hulk -- but not the Marvel Cinematic Universe versions of themselves.There seemed to be mostly cinematics involved in the trailer, rather than gameplay, but it was hard to tell.
At Square Enix’s E3 2019 showcase, we finally got a real look at Marvel’s Avengers, the role-playing brawler that has been under wraps... until now.The game will come out on PS4, Xbox One, PC and Stadia on May 15, 2020.The reveal trailer showed off a game that clearly takes inspiration from the wildly popular Marvel Cinematic Universe, but completely unique - it’s “Crystal Dynamics’ version of Marvel’s Avengers,” per the presentation.These Avengers live on the West Coast, and five years after a tragic (non-Thanos, so we assume) disaster, Earth’s mightiest superheroes must regroup and face the challenge.Players will get to pick between Captain America, Black Widow, Thor, Hulk and Iron Man in their adventures.Players join up in teams of up to four, customize a growing roster of heroes and fight against updated threats.
A huge new video game finally puts Marvel's "Avengers" characters into their own game.It's called, "Marvel's Avengers," and players control Captain America, Thor, Hulk, Black Widow, and Iron Man.It's scheduled to arrive on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Google Stadia, and PC on May 15, 2020.The game was first teased years ago, but got its first major trailer on Monday evening — see it below.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.Get the latest Microsoft stock price here.
Square Enix gave us our first look its upcoming Marvel game, The Avengers, during its Electronic Entertainment Expo event today in Los Angeles.It is coming out on May 15.The game can be played solo or cooperatively.It will launch with Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, The Hulk, and Black Widow.It is coming out to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Stadia, and PC.Online play will support four players.