@thedude1 Each movie excluding The Avengers films are roughly two hours. That leaves, according to the schedule, 15-20 minute breaks between films. I would love to do this, but i can always have an at home marathon for free.
Loved the trailer, but felt overwhelmed. It seemed way too much action was shown. I know Whedon said he would "go better not bigger" but it looks like he went bigger.
These posters are better than the group poster
@themoviefanatic I was joking because of how they're positioned and the Ultron Drones swirling around them.
Are they in a tornado?
Calling it now, Birdman will win best Picture unless it's a split win and goes to Grand Budapest Hotel or Boyhood.
Birdman won for Best Original Screenplay. Birdman is also nominated for Director and Picture. Majority of the time, any film nominated in those categories that win either of those nominations most likely are awarded Best Director and Picture.
Old Man Logan anyone?
I heard that Netflix America gave it a TV-MA rating.
@whiskeythieves Alien 3 (with the exception of Resurrection) and Prometheus were better than both AvP movies combined.
Although, DC is definitely better at making television shows than Marvel is. Arrow and Flash are awesome!
He has a point. DC has only made Batman and Superman movies for the past 30 or so years. Marvel is leagues ahead of them.
@kguy What's funnier is I'm pretty sure that the last three movies have used the "one last ride" line in the trailers/posters.
@undeadslayer4 Nothing against her. Just Beth was always a background character to me. She HAD potential to become a stronger character but I guess that opportunity went out the window because of a stupid decision she made.
@undeadslayer4 First off, not every issue of the walking dead has a character dying. Robert Kirkman hasn't been doing that lately. He's been developing the characters with more story; particularly Carl. And if you've read the comics, you would know that the Governor was killed by Lilly and not Rick or any other main character. This season has been moving pretty fast lately (with the exception of Beth's story, but that's over now. Finally.) and am looking forward for Rick's group getting to D.C.. That's where some even better events will come in the near future.
@john-m Don't say that! I've thought of it, and don't wanna risk him actually dying before he is able to finish the series.
@undeadslayer4 GRRM has been proven to take his time writing his novels. A Dance with Dragons was released in 2011. That was four years ago. He writes epic 1,000 page books. There is no way that much writing in story and editing process would take less than 12 months to complete. His fourth book (then titled A Dance with Dragons) became so huge with a 1,500 page manuscript that he had to split the story into two novels. I predict the sixth book, The Winds of Winter will release sometime next year for A Song of Ice and Fire's 20th anniversary. And yes, as sad as it may sound, fans of the books will experience the ending through the television series first before reading it in the original form of Martin's novels as intended. HBO has shown no sign of slowing down. As for the Walking Dead, the series is picking up again for it is getting itself back on track since Season Five has been sticking closely to the comic book material. So I am happy that is being done because it veered off in between Season 2-4.