Yesterday we found out that Mark Ruffalo, who plays Bruce Banner in The Avengers, has signed a 6 picture deal to play the character for Marvel Studios. Today, Thor himself talks about the role, The Avengers and how he also had signed a 6 picture deal. Yes, this means much more Thor.
You’ll see more Thor if you stay during the credits of The Avengers, as the film has extra scenes both during and after the credits. So now you know to sit still and be patient once the credits roll rather than get out to your parking. Because really, you don’t need those extra four minutes to get out of the parking lot.
Speaking of The Avengers, you’ve got just two days until the movie hits. So take a look at our retrospective of The Incredible Hulk to get you ready. It is the movie that did the worst at the box office, so you probably didn’t see it. Or you probably don’t even remember it. No, not the Eric Bana one.
Here’s a look at Emma Watson in a pink tracksuit with some tattoos on the set of Sofia Coppola’s The Bling Ring. She looks angry. Like someone took the picture of her without her consent and then sent it to movie blogs all around the world. Or she’s just in character. Whatever.
Speaking of feisty females, the kick ass Michelle Rodriguez has agreed to to a deal that would see her appear in Fast Six. Get your engines ready, because Dom is interested in that Brazilian cop at the end of Fast Five. Draaamaaa.
But not as much drama as Spike Lee’s Oldboy. Not only will the movie be messed up, but it’s taken forever for District 9 star Sharlto Copley to finalize a deal to be the villain. No word on whether he’ll use alien weaponry in this film.
There’s a lot of weaponry in Aussie prom horror film The Loved Ones. It looks insane and looks like a modern-day version of Carrie. But with Australian accents and sans psychic powers.
But there’s plenty of mind bending going on in Beasts of Southern Wild, which is a Sundance favorite and delivers lots of neat visual effects. Like these giant beast things that feature in the trailer. I’m not sure what’s going on, but it looks enchanting.
Marilyn Monroe was certainly enchanting. I mean why else would someone go through the trouble of moving a 26-foot tall statue of her from Chicago to Los Angeles? No reason, really.