We here at Gabbing Geek LOVE box office reports. Ok….JUST me and Ryan. Everyone else seems to hate them. We’ve talked a lot about it the last few weeks, so let’s look at the winners and losers of this year’s box office as we wait for the Martian to officially kick off the Fall movie season.
I saw Age of Ultron last night and I want to share some high level thoughts without revealing Spoilers (we have other articles that do that, so we are covering all the bases at Gabbing Geek). Now, my title says Spoiler Free, and I mean that, but since some people are VERY antsy about the definition of the word Spoiler (SEE: Garcia, Ryan), before you click See More, here’s what I mean by spoiler free: I will not ruin any major plotpoints or fun moments from the film. I will discuss broadly how I felt about certain characters and the overall action/story without getting too specific. Interested? Click on…
Earlier this week, I talked about when a true sequel is actually a good thing. I didn’t even dream of including the classic American novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, on the list of potential
victims candidates. That seemed to be an untouchable, stand alone masterpiece. Well, it looks like it isn’t. I know this isn’t the geekiest property, but it speaks to the idea that EVERYTHING is a fair game for sequel now. Nothing is sacred thanks to Robert Downey Jr’s charm! Of course, this one is being issued by the creator herself, so does that change things?
Marvel dumped 16 screencaps with some captions. Nothing terribly new in the content (Still no Vision!, but if you spot something they snuck past me, let us know in the comments. Pics after the jump.