After the not-so-surprise death at the end of The Amazing Spider-Man 2, many fans were crying out for a resurrection.
And in this deleted scene, they get one- only, it's not who you might think.
Watch the alternate ending that could change everything for Peter Parker going forward, then get our take …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
As dark as the Batman and Man Of Steel movies have been lately, we didn't think it was even possible to throw shade on them!
But leave it to the biggest villain at Marvel to make that slam a reality.
DC has suffered some shame for backing off from a Marvel showdown, and Guardians Of The Galaxy's Josh Brolin quickly added insult to injury.
As he explained what drew him to Marvel, he couldn't help but point out what the competitors are doing wrong! He said:
This video has the Turtle Power to make you laugh so hard, you'll be shellshocked.
When Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: Secret of the Ooze originally came out, it was the equivalent of what we imagine seeing The Godfather II in theaters was like for those who loved the first movie.
Needless to say, it was a cinematic revelation; who knew sequels could be that AH-Mazing?
In hindsight, it's a pretty awful movie, and Screen Junkies is here to point out exactly how awfully awful it was.
Not only do they point out that these turtles trained in martial arts never use their weapons like ever, they also make fun of the fact that Shredder just stands around and does nothing during the fight sequences, and then they call Splinter Ratniss Neverclean. That's when we lost it.
Ch-ch-check out them HIGHlariously rip apart the flick…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Looks like in the hypothetical battle between Captain America and Batman and Superman, Captain America would win! You push that sad swing, Batman!
As a means of steering clear of a direct conflict with Captain America 3, Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice will be switching its release date from May 6th, 2016 to March 25th.
Whoa! That's a quite a lot of dawns earlier than anticipated!
This comes as little surprise seeing as how Disney marked its territory first, as they claimed that May weekend first! Looks like Batman and Superman chose flight over fight in their response!
We'll probably see both movies, so it's not too drastic an alteration!
Captain America: The Winter Soldier was one of the highest grossing movies of the year.
It was a great action flick, and Chris Evans and Scarlett Johansson were even better than they were in The Avengers!
But there were a couple other female agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. that we would've liked to see more of! And we're not talking about Fitz or Simmons or whatever!
See Cobie Smulders and Emily VanCamp get a little more screen time in the Cap 2 deleted scenes …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Is Marvel's next big thing the small screen?
Filming is well underway on the comic book company's first Netflix series Daredevil, and so far it's looking… handsome!
Charlie Cox, seen here as blind lawyer Matt Murdock, is looking like a smaller, cuter, more subtle crimefighter than Ben Affleck.
It definitely looks like a very peen-sive performance. PENSIVE! What did we say? Sorry, we can't quit looking at that bulge!
But srsly, the right looks, the acting chops– Charlie here just may be the total package! Oh, we're doing it again!
Ch-ch-check out all the pics (above) and tell us if U think he's going to be a good Daredevil!
[Image via Ramey Pix.]
This looks intense!
As you might have known, Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, and the whole Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice team have been filming in Detroit for most of the summer.
We've already seen the costumes for Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman, so it only makes sense that the next behind-the-scenes look we get would be of the set itself.
Well, local news station WXYZ sent a helicopter into the air to get some shots of the movie set, and it looks like a disaster.
And we mean that in the best way possible!
Zach Snyder and Co. are clearly filming a scene that shows Superman's hometown of Metropolis getting destroyed, and it looks so real!
But what's interesting is that you can also see