Posts Tagged ‘Iron Man’
In Captain America: Civil War, Iron Man & Captain America fight each other. They fight each other because they disagree about a new law that would need superheroes to team up with the government. Captain America thinks the new law is a bad idea, while Iron Man agrees with the new law.Black Widow, Falcon & […]
The banter between the heroes amid their adventures is fun and everything, but this superhero sequel only feels truly great when the villain is on screen.
The latest trailer for the superhero team-up sequel shows us new heroes, sheds light on Ultron's motives. Plus: more Hulk vs. Iron Man!
After being scheduled to drop after ABC’s “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” Tuesday, October 28, “Hydra” leaked the International trailer early, forcing Marvel to release the trailer a week early (though I smell a little bit of counterintelligence at play here). So here we are, True Believers, our first real look at Ultron, voiced with menace […]
Robert Downey Jr. made an appearance at a screening of "The Judge" in Indianapolis and discussed his new film "The Judge."
The Film Yap crew is joined by special guest stars to discuss "The Dark Knight Rises" and assess the state of the superhero genre.
A 2-hour-and-20-minute-long hunk of fanboy giddy, "The Avengers" is everything a superhero movie strives to be and more.
The blockbuster of summer 2011, this rollicking, crowd-pleasing film offers just enough to move us to 2012, when "The Avengers" makes fanboy dreams come true.
The best of the Marvel movies continues our look at Marvel's gallery of motion pictures.
A number of critics chime in one what little things in movies are bugging them lately.
The comic countdown ends with the 5 best and 3 worst funnybook flicks.
Numbers 15 through 11 of the best comics-to-celluloid adaptations in movie history, and numbers 9 through 7 of the worst.
Numbers 10 through 5 of the best comics-to-celluloid adaptations in movie history, and 6 through 4 of the worst.
In this week's show, Joe and Chris discuss the state of comic book movies, and if we still need a hero.