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Last night, ABC aired a special on Marvel Studios called Assembling a Universe, in which its past, present and known future were laid out. There weren’t any big revelations, but there were plenty of new images to gaze upon, including cool concept art from Avengers: Age of Ultron. Check out our gallery of all the necessary bits by clicking on the image above or clicking right here.

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This is it folks, the moment you’ve been waiting for, the whammy of Comic-Con photo galleries: The Cosplay Heavy Edition! Inside we’ve got beautiful women, mutants, Star Wars, Super Heroes, and the cast of True Blood! Okay, so maybe I’m over selling you on this, but we do have some great looks at Steam Punk Star Wars and the sexiest Asgardians you’re likely to see this side of the Rainbow Bridge. If that doesn’t light your fire, we’ve thrown in some neat upcoming collectibles, and some giant balloons. No, really.

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Marvel Studios Panel At Comic-Con

We could write all about the Marvel Studios Comic-Con panel from yesterday. We could dig through Twitter and the coverage from other sites and our own chats with some of the Marvel stars (coming later today) and give you a list of things we learned. Or we could just publish this video of the panel and let you make your own conclusions. That second option sounds great, as there is no perfect way to explain what happened when Tom Hiddleston took the stage in full character and turned a 6,000 person Hall H crowd into an army of loyal followers. Apparently we all just want to be ruled. All that trouble in The Avengers for nothing. So sit back and enjoy the Marvel Studios panel from the comfort of your own home. You’ll get updates on the more medieval Thor: The Dark World, the S.H.I.E.L.D.-heavy Captain America: The Winter Soldier, the out-of-this-world Guardians of the Galaxy and a little update about something called Avengers: Age of Ultron.

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After another long day at San Diego Comic-Con we’ve collected a smattering of pictures for your viewing pleasure. Earlier we showed you The Wolverine’s Silver Samurai and now we’ve got The Wolverine’s Cosplay Imitator! Who looks pretty good, and for fans of the classic X-Men, we’ve thrown in a comic book Nightcrawler too! Prop fans can find James Bond’s pistol, John Rambo’s knife, and Judge Dredd’s Lawgiver, while movie buffs can revel in a whole bunch of Captain America outfits, a look into Elysium, and more! We’ve got Cosplay! We’ve got crowds! We’ve got it all!

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Ahhh Comic-Con, that most wondrous time of year when we nerds can let our freak flags fly, our dork capes flutter, and our fanboy loin clothes not cover nearly enough. It is very hard to convey exactly what Comic Con is with words, you’ve really got to see it to believe it and since you’re reading this, you’re likely not here to see it. No worries, friend, as we’ve meandered the massive convention center, pushed our way past Boba Fatt (cheap shot!), squeezed a little too closely past Slave Girl Leia, and gawked all over the collectibles for you – while holding a camera! So grab yourself a popcorn and settle in for part one of our San Diego Comic Con photo experience! Inside you’ll get a taste for sprawling convention via pictures of the Sentinel design for the newest X-Men film, you’ll take a ride on a pedi-cab with Archer, find some Deadpool Deadpoo graffiti, see the hottest new toys, view 75 years of Superman costumes, and catch a glimpse of a Galactus sized cosplayer. Then make sure to come on back for our other installments, featuring more costumed fans! Silver Samurai! Battlestar Galactica!

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Transformers 4: 2014 Camaro Bumblebee

Whether you’re interested in it or not, Transformers 4 is happening in the summer of 2014. Personally, I’m interested. Mostly because, as a stout Michael Bay defender (sometimes apologist), I welcome any opportunity to experience a bit of Bayhem. That, and despite its numerous and well-chronicled series of flaws, the Transformers franchise has not failed to entertain on a very basic level. Something inside me adores the very existence of giant alien robots fighting it out in absurd situations. That’s exactly what I’ve always wanted from a live-action Transformers franchise, and I’m certainly not alone. With that in mind, it’s about time — almost exactly a year prior to the release of the next movie and well in advance of any actual footage — to get up close and personal with some of the new vehicles that Bay and friends have assembled for this go-around. These cars will undoubtedly star alongside the likes of Mark Wahlberg, Stanley Tucci, Sophia Myles, Kelsey Grammer and Li Bingbing. And just as we’ve seen in previous installments, if this is going to be one long car commercial, it might as well feature some wicked-cool cars.

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Tomorrow, during the Academy Awards ceremony and telecast, Mondo will be unveiling new posters for sale tied to the Oscar-nominated films (visit the shop here). It’s their second year doing a special series like this, and you may recall last year’s designs for Rango, Hugo and others. As you can see above, we’ve gotten a preview of their 2013 crop with artwork revealed for posters for The Master, Les Miserables and ParaNorman. You can see these in full after the jump along with a massive gallery featuring some older designs for current and past Oscar nominees.

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This would appear to be the week of Iron Man 3, at least where marketing is concerned. Yesterday we showed you a look at the teaser for the trailer that will debut online tomorrow morning. Today, we get something that will last a bit longer: a number of images from Iron Man 3 that show some of the most buzzed about elements from the film. There’s also a very fancy teaser poster. All of which can be seen right after the jump, alongside first looks at Ben Kingsley as The Mandarin, an official shot of the Iron Patriot armor and a little bit of the new Tony Stark haircut.

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As we mentioned early last week with our debut of Francesco Francavilla’s Invisible Man print, the folks at Mondo opened up their latest gallery show this weekend, unleashing their rogues gallery of artists upon the world of the Universal Classic Monsters. The show was headlined by a number of original pieces from artists like Drew Struzan, Kevin Tong, Mike Mitchell, Francavilla and Laurent Durieux, among others. All in celebration of the classics – Dracula, Frankenstein, The Invisible Man, The Bride of Frankenstein, The Wolf Man and The Creature from the Black Lagoon. As you’ll see in the massive gallery we’ve assembled below, it was a colorful display of truly special art, all based on a universal love for Universal’s vintage mainstays. In addition to selling the 13 prints and some 49 original pieces, The Mondo Gallery also brought some stars out for the big debut. As fans poured into the gallery space, they were met with an opportunity to shake hands with legendary artist Drew Struzan and directors Frank Darabont and Robert Rodriguez, who were on-hand to share in the monsterous love that led hundreds to wait in line outside the gallery for hours on-end. But enough talk — there is a lot of art to look at, so you might as well get to it. Here in our epic gallery of shots are scenes from the event as well as a look at all of the artwork.

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We can’t show you the upcoming Wachowski Starship mega-film Cloud Atlas. That would be piracy, and piracy is illegal. We can tell you all about the film in our glowing review from Fantastic Fest. But we can’t show you the entire film. Even if we had a copy (which we don’t, lawyers at Warner Bros., seriously), the upload limit on our YouTube account is something like 15-minutes. And this sci-fi opus clocks in at 164-minutes, which would take us cutting it into 11 segments, further fracturing the already chaotic narrative being told in one of the most challenging adaptations of recent memory. And nobody wants that, especially not the countless VFX artists who designed this thing to be seen on the biggest, most brightly lit screen possible. We can, however, show you these 82 gorgeous images from the film in one big, ostentatious gallery.

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The Dark Knight Rises hits theaters this Friday, July 20. In all likelihood, you’ve had your calendars marked for some time. The story of Christopher Nolan’s Batman continues as Bruce Wayne faces his greatest test yet, in the form of Bane (Tom Hardy) and Catwoman (Anne Hathaway), as well as the socioeconomic troubles of Gotham. The fire rises, and the legend will end. But before we get to all of that, we’ve been collecting images, posters and other visual mementos from the marketing of this movie for years. The culmination of which is a little thing we like to call The Ultimate Dark Knight Rises Photo Gallery. Below the jump you’ll find every still image and poster we could find. Many of which are studio official, some of which are fan made or officially licensed third party designs. All of which will help you celebrate the end of Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy in style.

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Do you have some interest in seeing more from Disney’s upcoming sci-fi adventure John Carter? Chances are that you do, as many of you are probably the types who are (a) familiar with the century-old source material or (b) just into that kind of thing in general. Based on this epic image gallery — 116 stills in all — we can see that Pixar alum Andrew Stanton’s first foray into the world of live-action (sort of) is heavy on spectacle. It’s a big story told over the massive landscape of Earth’s closest neighbor. Sexy martian princesses? Check. All-out war between alien races? Check. Giant white wolf ape motherf&*kers? Boom, you’ve got that, too. Forget whatever preconceived notions you have based on the trailers and check out the slick gallery of images that we’ve left for you after the jump.

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The Muppets

As we begin our celebration of The Muppets, you’ll notice that we’ve got plenty to cover. Not only are we looking back at the history of Kermit and friends, we’re also celebrating their return in the Disney film, directed by James Bobin, that we’ve already said is a fun return to form for these beloved characters. So it’s only right that we begin with a look at the colorful imagery released by Disney in anticipation of the film. From bus shelter posters to character one-sheets to shots from within and behind the scenes of the film, we’ve assembled all the available shots from in and around this exciting new movie in a feature we call The Ultimate ‘Muppets’ Photo Gallery. To see all the photos, simply head over to The Ultimate Muppets Photo Gallery by clicking here or click on the image above. For more of our week-long celebration, be sure to bookmark our Muppets Guide homepage.

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The above image of Billy Murray chomping his cigarette filter behind the wheel of an antique comes courtesy of Hyde Park on Hudson (and an interview USA Today did with director Roger Michell (Notting Hill, Morning Glory). It’s a striking resemblance that almost makes him look like Franklin Delano Roosevelt by way of Kevin Kline. This is the kind of prestige role that comes in the twilight of a career, but Michell isn’t yet known for crafting Oscar-worthy content. Maybe this is the film that will turn that around, maybe it will earn Murray some Academy recognition, or maybe it’ll just be a fun gambol through an odd culture-clashing, affair-while-President moment in our country’s fair history.

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Spider-Man Picture

In the newest edition of Entertainment Weekly, Andrew Garfield is keen to point out that his work in the new Amazing Spider-Man isn’t a “replacement” for the work done by Tobey Maguire even though, by definition, it is. While Sony won’t be scouring the world destroying copies of the other movies, Garfield is undoubtedly the new face of the franchise. That status was made official with the first look at his character  in action – perched on a subway train ceiling, clinging to Emma Stone while shirtless and staring over his shoulder dramatically. Ladies and gentlemen, here’s your new Spider-Man:

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Clash of the Titans

An intrepid spy from some exotic corner of the world took a ton snapshots of some giant wooden objects that are supposedly being used for Wrath of the Titans, the sequel, of course, to Clash of the Titans. There’s nothing to lose your mind about (unless you’re one of those people that goes ape-y over prop construction (and there’s nothing wrong with that)) as the photos mostly show an half-built ship, a bunch of barrels, and what appears to be a sunken wreck of something. It’s behind the scenes stuff from Tumba Abierta (entretenimiento fantastico!) which Aint It Cool managed to pick up on. Here are a few samples:

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Stake Land hit select theaters this Friday, and now two character images make their way to your eyeballs. The latest from Mulberry Street director Jim Mickle, the movie tells the story of a country collapsed, a vampire plague hosted by the abandoned towns, and a frantic escape to the safe refuge of Canada. That makes total sense. Check out the hobo chic and vampire aesthetic of the images for yourself:

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This summer can’t get here fast enough. After the arthouse slow-burn of Part I, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part II promises to be a force of giant wand-waving action. Fortunately, a few new images have hit the web thanks to those scamps at EW, and almost all of them show a prelude to action. It’s difficult to say whether these images spoil anything, of course. If you want to go in completely clean, don’t look at them, but if you don’t mind seeing the characters looking like they’re about to chew bubble gum and take names, then by all means… …go right ahead:

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On an almost daily basis, I take time to wonder about Cuba Gooding Jr. Where he went after winning his Oscar, why we don’t see more of him, whether he’ll have another catch phrase. Those sorts of things. Fortunately, we got our hands on some exclusive images from his forthcoming, direct-to-DVD movie, Sacrifice. The story focuses on a beat down cop, a giant religious icon made of drugs, and the very bad people that want it back. Direct-to-DVD has a bad reputation, but we here at FSR have been its champion from time to time because there are some truly great movies that never see screens. From the looks of the trailer (which is included below the pics), this one might be one of the good ones. As a bonus, you can also see what Christian Slater’s been up to.

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In case you didn’t catch it, there was a pretty awesome art show back in November. This art show was called Bad Dads, and featured some art inspired by the films of Wes Anderson. Well if you did catch it, you knew it was awesome. Now we have an exclusive to show you something ever more awesomer.

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