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Jason Clement posted a topic in TV, Movie, Blu-RayEarlier today in a Walt Disney Conference Call it was confirmed that Joss Whedon would be returning to write and direct The Avengers 2! No doubt, this is great news as Whedon was one of the primary reasons the first Avengers was such a good movie and a big hit. In addition, he's also going to be involved in the development of a live-action TV series set in the Marvel universe, but no other information has been released about it. Are you glad Whedon is coming back for Avengers 2? And what do you think the new TV series will be? Source: SlashFilm
Jason Clement posted a article in Industry NewsDeadpool fans rejoice! Marvel has announced that a brand new game for the character is in development by Transformers: Fall of Cybertron developer High Moon Studios. The title is simply Deadpool, and it's coming in 2013. No specific platforms have been announced just yet. IGN seems to believe that none other than Nolan North (voice of Nathan Drake in Uncharted) is voicing Deadpool, but this was not confirmed with the announcement of the game. As for the actual game itself, Deadpool looks to be pretty faithful to its comic book counterpart, meaning the game will feature lots of foul humor and over-the-top violence among other things. And judging from the trailer, it looks like it will likely be an M-rated game instead of the T-rating that Marvel games typically get. Check out the official trailer on IGN (forewarned, it does feature mature language and humor as well as excessive violence).
Marshall Henderson posted a article in Industry NewsA new Marvel vs. Capcom release is coming out, but this time, it's a little less retail and a little more digital distribution. Marvel vs. Capcom Origins is a compilation of Marvel Super Heroes and Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes. The superheroic combo releases on Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network for 1200 MSP/$14.99, and sports a few upgrades. The trailer below will probably make the HD graphic upgrades the most obvious thing, but aside from that, Marvel vs. Capcom Origins will use GGPO's services for online play, ideally decreasing the latency one would experience playing this with others, as well as eight-player lobbies and spectator modes. Players gonna play, and when they do, they can play with dynamic challenges. Once the dust has settled from punching and kicking enemies, Marvel vs Capcom Origins allows for replays to be saved, as well as stuff to be unlocked. All of this should look familiar with last August's release of Street Fighter III: Third Strike Online Edition, even down to the price. Instead of that August release date, however, Capcom seems keen on celebrating the two constituent games' North American console releases by giving Marvel vs. Capcom Origins a September release date.