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The Flash TV show has truly opened up the world of DC Comics to a larger and unfamiliar audience. Now the big question is where to go next? Here are 10 hopefuls for season 2.
The explosive opening sequence of Avengers: Age of Ultron appeared to be custom-tailored to give fans exactly what they’ve been longing for in a sequel — the team in the thick of things, working together on a mission, trading quips while punching, shooting, and stomping the opposition with all the choreographed finesse of a high-end video game cutscene. Writer/Director Joss Whedon seemed intent on delivering the most visually robust spectacle he could but, in doing so, left any semblance of interesting storytelling to be swallowed by bloated, repetitive, and overly computer-generated action set-pieces.
Chris Evans and Jeremy Renner’s tasteless joke probably wasn’t meant to be harmful. But it still is.
Following last month’s nine-figure deal with the Chinese film production group DMG, Valiant Entertainment has announced a partnership with Sony Pictures and Neal H Moritz, producer of the Fast & the Furious franchise, that will bring two of their award-winning superhero comic book series to the big screen.