Mark your calendars for May 2021, Loki fans—our time has come. Disney+ has finally released the much-anticipated teaser […]
It’s a universal truth that the world sucks.
However, it is also a universal truth that the world sucks just a little bit less because we have Paul Rudd in it. He’s an actor, he’s a writer, he’s a producer, and he has one helluva sense of humor.
If you’re wrapping up your work week and you need a pick-me-up, or if you’re like us and you just need all the Paul Rudd content in your life, the Collective team has your back. We, like Mark Ruffalo, stan a comedic hearthrob.
Please enjoy this small selection of what the Collective team most enjoys about Paul Rudd.
By The Nerdling This was a hell of a weekend for both Marvel and Game of Thrones fandoms. […]
By The Collectress
I have done my best to keep this spoiler-free (and it wasn’t easy, believe me), and will tag any potential spoilers with**.
I don’t really know what to say about this film, the closing act of a story arc that has captivated us for eleven years. In 2008, before Disney bought Marvel, before superhero swag was omnipresent in stores, before most of us knew what a “Mjolnir” was, Marvel took a risk, and produced its first self-financed film: Ironman.
11 years and 21 films later, the same studio, now backed by Disney, has brought us the finale to the story that began with just Tony Stark in a cave, a bucket of tools, and an idea.
Last year, when I wrote my review of ‘Infinity War’, I wondered if the payoff in the fourth Avengers movie would be worth the wait. I also described Infinity War as ‘the most ambitious superhero movie ever made’, and, well, if Infinity War was ten years of ambition, Endgame is the culmination of that ambition.
Some of you may have already watch Avengers: Endgame. Some of you may have to wait a few days. We are watching it a few hours from now, and while we would like to say we’re ready…truthfully we are not. We decided to revisit some of the more light-hearted moments in the franchise in order to remind ourselves that sometimes there are good feels too.
So, in no particular order, enjoy these choice moments.
By The Nerdling I would love more than anything to dedicate the time to watch all of the […]
by The Collected Mutineer Diehard Loki fans have had a hard time believing our favorite god of mischief […]
SPOILERS FOR AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR MAY FOLLOW. YE BE WARNED.
I think it’s about damn time Marvel gave a woman her own superhero film, and with the end-credits scene from Infinity War, I’m glad it’s Carol Danvers.
Now, if you’re just a casual movie-goer and not a comic nerd, you may be unfamiliar with this hero. Gather round, and listen to Mummy Collectress, as she tells you a little bit about the awesomeness of Captain Marvel, and just what role she may play in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
By The Collectress
I have done my best to make this a spoiler-free review, and any potential spoilers will be tagged with **. Ye be warned.
Well, I saw the thing.
The thing, if you’re wondering, is a ten-foot-tall mad Titan with a thirst for omnipotence and a taste for genocide.
Avengers: Infinity War was a wild ride from start to finish, and to be honest, I haven’t entirely sorted my feelings about it, so this review may also take you on a journey with me. It’s a journey that’s been ten years in the making, according to Marvel Studios. But is the result worth the wait?
Maybe. Maybe not.