Re-live Avengers: Age of Ultron with the Movie Masterpiece Captain America

Keep basking in the awesomeness of Avengers: Age of Ultron with this Movie Masterpiece Captain America from Sideshow Collectibles and Hot Toys. Standing 12 inches tall, Steve Rogers is sturdy and powerful as the war veteran bent on bringing justice to humanity by helping defeat the malicious Ultron.

He looks just like actor Chris Evans with his new, helmeted head sculpt. A magnetic Captain America shield with retractable handles is the figurative icing on the cake. And as a bonus, this will prep your excitement for Captain America: Ciivil War, too!



“Just represent!” New Avengers: Age of Ultron Sixth Scale War Machine Mark II

For many a Marvel enthusiast, Avengers: Age of Ultron has been the film highlight of the summer. We’re still riding the wave of excitement from the long-awaited cinematic experience, and if you are, too, we’ve got a special treat for you! Pay homage to the Marvel movie release to be remembered with the Movie Masterpiece Sixth Scale War Machine Mark II from Hot Toys and Sideshow.

A die-cast-based creative manufacturing process makes his armor appear just as it does on the big screen, in the form of Don Cheadle as James Rhodes/War Machine. To top it all off, LED light-up functions make him more lifelike than ever, bringing your theatre experience right into the comfort of your home. What more could you ask for?

The Art of War Machine.

The Art of War Machine.

Guard your keys, Age of Ultron style

Let’s face it, we’ve all had issues with them — whether it’s rummaging around inside your purse or trying to remember whether or not you had them in the pants you wore yesterday, keys can be very elusive. There are few things more frustrating than losing that little metal ring that essentially holds your life together.

So don’t put up with it anymore! Check out this new pewter keyring from Marvel and Monogram, cast in the shape of nothing other than the mighty Thor’s hammer as seen in the hottest film of spring Avengers: Age of Ultron. Any true fan knows that the Mjolnir can only be wielded by those the All-Father Odin deems worthy, and now, that can be you. Pick it up today!

Who knows? It might even be enchanted, just like the real thing.

Who knows? It might even be enchanted, just like the real thing.

Ride the Avengers: Age of Ultron wave with the Marvel Select Hulk!

Right on the heels of the release of the hotly anticipated movie Avengers: Age of Ultron is this new offering from Diamond Select Toys’ Marvel Select line. Check out the AOA Hulk, the powerful green machine given a distinct look for the second Avengers installment. Under Joss Whedon’s direction, he was transformed into a character more dynamic than ever, and now you can own a piece of it yourself!

Hulk is rendered in screen-accurate detail and stands 10 inches tall, boasting 16 points of articulation. Any true Marvel fan’s collection will be given that extra boost with this Age of Ultron Hulk.

Mean and green.

Mean and green.

Pre-order the Hot Toys Hulkbuster from Avengers: Age of Ultron

As if we’re already not hyped enough for the movie! The 21-inch, 1/6-scale Movie Masterpiece Hulkbuster from Hot Toys and Avengers: Age of Ultron will be here in 2016. When the Age of Ultron trailer debuted, future moviegoers got even more stoked on the colossal anti-Hulk Iron Man suit. Now, you’ll be able to have that suit for your very own! (If only it fit humans . . .)

Designed to be completely screen-accurate, the Hulkbuster showcases a Mark XLIII bust inside him, with an arc reactor on his chest. Painted with a weathering effect in luxurious crimson, gold and silver, there are over 16 LED light-up areas in the eyes, chest, repulsor palms, back and legs.

Hurry on over to and pre-order him now, as he is sure to be a valuable investment piece for the ultimate Avengers collector.

Sometimes you just need to wear your "zero chill" suit around the city. Just to let them know.

Sometimes you just need to wear your “zero chill” suit around the city. Just to let them know.

New Funko Pop!: Guardians of the Galaxy, Age of Ultron, Cinderella

The craze-igniting Funko Pop! vinyl toys were brought to life by a guy who made his house’s first down payment with his collection of PEZ dispensers, according to the Rolling Stone report on the wild Pop! phenomenon. Anyone who loves toys that much is pretty alright in our books, and so we’re stoked to announce the next Pop! figures made by collectors with collectors in mind.

The loveable, adorable just-under-four-inches-tall bobblehead-like creatures with beady eyes and enormous heads are now paying homage to the upcoming Avengers: Age of Ultron movie. Check out the Iron Man Mark 43 Pop!, pictured below, decked out in his signature crimson-and-red suit. We’ve also got Guardians of the Galaxy‘s Yonda and Ronan, along with the sweet-as-pie Cinderella. They make the cutest gifts for that special toy-head in your life. Or you can snap up a few as an early birthday present to yourself, right? We won’t judge.

Rare depiction of Iron Man dousing the flames after listening to the new Migos tape.

Rare depiction of Iron Man dousing the flames incurred from listening to the new Migos tape.

Five sci-fi, comic-based and action films to look forward to in fall (and beyond)

Ah, fall. Autumn. That thing before the slew of horrific winds, terrifyingly low temperatures and an absurd amount of layers of clothing that must be donned before you can step outside. It is the hallowed season of sweaters, colored leaves and the controversial enjoyment of warm beverages named after a certain orange fruit. With the advent of chilly weather comes the desire to curl up with someone or something cute and veg out. Here are five movies coming out near the end of 2014 and afterwards to get your to-watch list going — or even give you an excuse to put on actual pants, join the realm of living humans and shell out for popcorn.

1. Interstellar (November 5, 2014)

The plot: Space travelers journey through an intergalatic wormhole. Cosmic chaos ensues. But almost unbelievably, that’s not even the best part. Written by Johnathan Nolan and Christopher Nolan (who spearheaded Dark Knight trilogy), Interstellar will showcase some of the non-linear narrative that has made Nolan’s mode of storytelling so renowned. Or we hope, at least! Filmed in Alberta, Iceland, and Los Angeles in 2013, it will star forces-to-be-reckoned-with Anne Hathaway and Matthew McConaughey. Theoretical physicist Kip Thorne was brought on to ensure correctness and accuracy in the plot, which is much appreciated. Details matter, people! Nevertheless, if you find yourself in need of a quick trip to outer space and back somewhere around November, Interstellar‘s your flick.

2. The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies (December 17, 2014)

Our man Peter Jackson is back. This adventure-fantasy work will be the third and last installment in the J.R.R. Tolkien novel-based (duh) Hobbit trilogy. The teaser trailer was just released in July at the ever-epic San Diego Comic Con, and it looked tasty. Basically Smaug is pissed and unleashing his Smaug-y rage on all of Middle-Earth like someone ate the last orange creamsicle in his freezer. Bilbo Baggins, Thorin Oakenshield and the Company of Dwarves must save the world as they know it. Except Thorin is dumb and values wealth over friendship (classic), so Bilbo has to figure stuff out pretty much all on his own. Poor guy. At least we still get to watch the fingernail-biting Battle of Five Armies that will deal a definitive blow to it all!

3. Avengers: Age of Ultron (May 1, 2015)

The 11th installment in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe and the much-awaited sequel to 2012’s Marvel’s The Avengers, Age of Ultron might just be worth the wait. Joss Whedon, who directed the first film, scripted this one, too — and will be coming back to serve as director, of course. Age of Ultron sees a post-S.H.I.E.L.D. universe in which the ever-valiant Avengers will have to collaborate to take down Ultron, artificially intelligent supervillain and Avengers arch-nemesis. Here, he will attempt to wipe out humanity with his adamantium-wielding claws. It’ll be coming out in IMAX 3D, of course, and something makes us think that that’ll be worth coughing up extra coin for the most up-to-date Avengers experience. As far as we know, all of the Avengers from the first film will be reprising their roles, and with a cast that includes formidable talent such as Scarlett Johansson and Samuel L. Jackson, we’re in for a treat. Word on the street is that Stan Lee will be making a cameo, too. There are also rumors that a third Avengers film will be in the works for 2018, but now we’re getting ahead of ourselves.

4. Ant-Man (July 17, 2015)

Paul Rudd, Michael Douglas and Evangeline Lilly will be starring in this future American superhero classic based on Marvel’s Ant-Man (AKA Scott Lang) and Hank Pym. By the time it’s released, the film will have been in development for a whopping ten years. Hopefully it’s worth the wait, and this labor of love by director Peyton Reed will jump out of the screen and right onto our eagerly waiting, popcorn-littered laps. In Ant-Man, Lang and his mentor Pym work to conceal the Ant-Man secret, which enables humans to decrease in size while increasing in strength. And of course, they must keep the earth safe while doing so. What kind of superhero film would this be if they didn’t?

5. Star Wars Episode VII (December 18, 2015)

Director J.J. Abrams is still at it, bringing the seventh installment in this series to screen-life next winter. This epic cosmic drama is visioned to be the first of a third trilogy of Star Wars films, and will take place approximately 30 years after the events in Return of the Jedi. It’s filmed mostly in Abu Dhabi and Iceland — how rad is that? John Boyega, Adam Driver and Daisy Ridley star alongside recently acclaimed actors like Lupita Nyong’o, as well as tried-and-true staples like Harrison Ford. The plot is being kept pretty hush-hush as of now, but we do know that the three leads will grapple with the challenges their post-Vader world faces.

Go forth, movie buffs! Plan your next year. We’ll save you a spot next to us on the velvet seats.