There was never a question that "Avengers" wouldn't kick serious butt when it arrived in theaters this summer, but one box office analyst has an idea of the precise butt it's going to kick -- none other than Batman's. Well, his old butt, at least. Keep reading and you'll see what we mean.
» Will "The Avengers" beat "The Dark Knight Rises" at the box office this summer? It's too early to say for most, but one box office analyst tells E! Online that Earth's mightiest heroes could very well beat the current top-grossing superhero movie record held by Christopher Nolan's second Batman movie, at the very least. More here.
» Speaking of Batman, Nolan's longtime director of photography Wally Pfister gave a new interview about his work on the current Batman trilogy's finale. [TheCinematographer.info]
» The gang at ComicBookMovie.com posted this announcement that the "Avengers" world premiere will be available as a live-stream on April 11. Hey, that's just two days away! Awesome!
» Not the crossover we asked for, but the one we needed: Ron Swanson meets Rorschach. Enjoy. [Robot 6]
» "Walking Dead" scouting reports indicate that Woodbury is indeed in our future. Not that we should be surprised considering The Governor was cast several weeks ago, but still, nice to see things moving forward on that front. Is it October yet, by the way? [Blastr]
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