Hot on the heels of Joss Whedon’s confirmation that he’ll be returning to write and direct The Avengers 2, Variety is now reporting that Warner Bros. has approached Ben Affleck to helm Justice League. Hit the jump for all the details.
Good news, everybody! Disney has announced today that Joss Whedon is confirmed to both write and direct the sequel to one of the best movies of the year. Read more…
The day many pirates have feared has arrived. After weeks of dealing with what was assumed to be a DDoS attack, officials out of the Ukraine confirmed that Demonoid has been shut down. Read more after the jump. Read more…
Editor’s Note: This was originally posted last year for the 2011 SDCC, but the information and tips still apply so we figured it’d be appropriate to do a re-post with an updated list!
It’s time. This week, hundreds of thousands of nerds descend upon sunny San Diego, California for their yearly pilgrimage to the Geek Vatican, the San Diego Comic-Con. There really is no other event quite like it, and it can always be a bit overwhelming for the first-time attendee. But have faith, as we here at Nerdeux are committed to getting you the best Comic-Con experience as possible and have written up a handy guide that will hopefully lower your stress levels and make the whole process more enjoyable. Hit the jump to begin!
Don’t forget, today’s the global fan chat via Twitter with director Joss Whedon and stars Tom Hiddleston (Loki), Clark Gregg (Agent Coulson) and recently added Samuel L. Jackson (Nick Fury). Fans can join in on the chat by following @Avengers and using #Avengers. The chat, which will last about 30 mins, begins at 11a.m. PST. Hit the jump for more details and some new pics!
Well folks, it’s official. After speculating yesterday on the validity of a press photo that seemed to show Firenze’s legendary assassin in the ranks of fighters for Soul Calibur V, we now have an official trailer announcing his arrival. As expected, it’s fairly badass. Check it out after the jump.
After almost twenty long years, Mark Hamill has finally bid a fond farewell to voicing the Clown Prince of Crime via Twitter. This isn’t really a surprise, as Hamill has stated at various conventions all year that Arkham City would be his final portrayal of the Joker (and man does he go out with a bang; well done, sir). From myself and those who agree that Mark Hamill’s Joker is the quintessential Joker, thanks for all the years of clinical insanity. Your Joker will be missed, Mark.