April 6, 2014
- Captain America: The Winter Soldier – By the end of the weekend the totals actually reveal $303M global gross so far.
- Star Wars VII – Filming already started. Not all of the cast has yet been cast.
- Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. – Now that The Winter Soldier has shook up the entirety of the MCU, S.H.I.E.L.D. gets new post-Winter Soldier banner.
- Attack on Titan – The manga’s 13th volume gets 2.75 million printings in its first run at press.
April 7, 2014
- Doctor Who – 50th Anniversary special, The Day of the Doctor gets nominated for a BAFTA Television Award, and you get to decide if it wins!
- Captain America: The Winter Soldier – Check out every (or not even most) of the many Easter Eggs in The Winter Soldier.
- Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D – In a new video the cast of the show talk about the changes happening in the coming episodes.
- Comics – Captain America is turning 75! Check out the artwork for the 75th anniversary edition, by veteran artist Alex Ross.
- Guardians of the Galaxy – Nathan Fillion teased that he may appear in the movie.
- Captain America 3 – the writers for Cap 3 have been working on the script since last year!
- The Amazing Spider-Man 2 – the UK release date has been pushed forward two days to April 16th, while US release remains on May 2.
- Star Wars VII – Peter Mayhew to return as Chewbacca.
- Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. – Samuel Jackson will return as Nick Fury in the season finale, according to… well according to Samuel Jackson.
- The Sinister Six – The Amazing Spider-Man spinoff series, The Sinister Six, signs on Drew Goddard as the director.
April 8, 2016
- Doctor Who – Ben Miller has been cast as a “storming villain” in new Mark Gatiss penned episode.
- Marvel Cinematic Universe – Now the highest grossing franchise in US domestic history, topping Harry Potter.
- Game of Thrones – HBO renews GoT for two more seasons.
- Doctor Who – A second Doctor Who proposal for a Lego set enters review stage.
- Doctor Who – A new police box (a real one) in the shape of the TARDIS has officially opened in Boscombe in front of enthusiastic crowd.
- Goonies – A sequel is officially in the works, and will bring back “hopefully all” the original cast.
April 9, 2014
- Avengers: Age of Ultron – after filming in South Africa, South Korea, and Italy, they head to England to shoot in the woods!
- Star Wars VII – a source claims they are to return to Tatooine, and will recreate those sets in Morocco.
- Guardians of the Galaxy – Karen Gillan talks about her character Nebula in an interview, and touches upon whether or not she’s related to Thanos.
- Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. – Cobie Smulders’ “agent Maria Hill” last appeared in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, but will be appearing in what seems like the last few episodes of the season.
- Doctor Who – In rather shocking news, negotiations are afoot to air Doctor Who in NORTH Korea, along with Top Gear and Teletubbies.
- Wolverine 2 – Hugh Jackman says he may return for one last outting as the character in a Wolverine sequel.
- Star Wars VII – An unknown actress that studied in Oxford, Maisie Richardson-Sellers may be up for a role in the new film/series.
April 10, 2014
- The Last of Us – The critically acclaimed 2013 game for the PS3 that garnered over 200 game of the year awards, is headed for a remastered version for the PS4 in 1080p with all DLC included.
- X-Men – Jennifer Lawrence’s ‘Mystique‘ will possibly be getting a solo film.
- The Amazing Spider-Man – A Venom solo film and a Sinister Six film are planned to arrive before The Amazing Spider-Man 4.
- James Bond 24 – Penelope Cruz has apparently been cast as the Bond girl.
- Comics – Deadpool breaks a world record on the cover of Deadpool #27. The cover features 224 recognizable comic book characters attending Deadpool’s wedding in the self-toted “most important use #27 in the history of comics.”
- Doctor Who – Actor and writer Glyn Jones passes away, best known as the man behind the Boba Fett mask in the original Star Wars trilogy.
April 11, 2014
- X-Men: Apocalypse – Brian Singer and Simon Kinberg tease the upcoming sequel.
- Arrow – Executive Producer Marc Guggenheim teases a Green Lantern Easter Egg.
- Sinister Six – The film will be in the villains perspective, and will be a redemption story.
- Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. – Producers spill details and hints at the future of the show. Confirm fate of character.
- Transformers – Michael Bay explains plans for a second trilogy of films.
- Avengers: Age of Ultron – Set pics in London hint at 1940s scene featuring Chris Evans and Hayley Atwell.
- Guardians of the Galaxy – the film is definitely connected to Avengers 3.
April 12, 2014
- Marvel Cinematic Universe – The Chronological Timeline.
- Captain America: The Winter Soldier – Passes $400M worldwide, more than the entire lifespan of the first film’s gross.
- Avatar – James Cameron states that the scripts for 3 Avatar sequels are nearly complete.
- Attack on Titan – Cartoon Network picks up the program, and it’ll air on Toonami in America.
- Agent Carter – the spinoff television series about Agent Peggy Carter (Captain America’s 1940 love) is rumored to be bypassing the pilot stage and getting a 13-episode run with Hayley Atwell at the reins.