If you're anything like me, then you're probably wondering why Earth's mightiest heroes didn't give a call to crystal chemistry expert Walter White when researching the properties of the Tesseract. Though that "Breaking Bad"/"Avengers" crossover never came to be, there was another person on the Marvel movie's team secretly hoping to merge the two worlds.
In an interview with The Playlist, Samuel L. Jackson revealed that "Avengers" and "Breaking Bad" both shot in nearby studios in Albuquerque, New Mexico, leading to Jackson's desire for a Fury-"Bad" cameo.
Who can forget Tom Hiddleston's best role of the year in the After Hours skit "Loki'd"? Forget "The Avengers," this video had it all: Action, adventure, intrigue and even a little romance (just look at that sexual tension with MTV News' Josh Horowitz).
Fortunately, we've got a little more of where that came from. What you saw in "Loki'd" isn't all that was shot that day, and Hiddleston has dropped in to give us some hilarious unseen outtakes from a day that the MTV newsroom will likely never forget.
"If you liked that, then you're in for a treat," Hiddleston said. "I'm here to introduce some never-before-seen outtakes from that day of insanity and folly."
Which did you like better: "Loki'd" or "Loki'd: The Outtakes"? Let us know in the comments section below or on Twitter!
Hugh Jackman is the best there is at what he does, but he can't do anything without a pep talk from his very own Wolverine action figure.
In a brand new episode of MTV After Hours, Jackman confides in a plastic version of his iconic mutant hero as he prepares to take on the role of a lifetime — and no, it's not "X-Men: Days of Future Past" he's worried about. It's something… far uglier.
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Did you think Marvel and Joss Whedon delivered a flawless victory with "The Avengers" this year? Think again.
After showing everything wrong with "The Amazing Spider-Man" in less than two minutes, the folks at CinemaSin are at it again, this time targeting Earth's Mightiest Heroes. The monstrously successful superhero flick gets three minutes to show off all of its warts. And there are many, many warts, if you buy CinemaSin's list.
Watch the video below:
Any comic book fan who grew up in the 1990s very likely remembers the "X-Men" cartoon on Fox. Even if you can't recall every single episode, chances are that you can at least remember the show's opening and theme song.
If that's the case, then today's your lucky day: filmmaker Kyle Roberts has recreated the "X-Men" opening using action figures. It's tremendous. Take a look below!
"The Walking Dead" skipped past its long winter in between seasons two and three, but fans of the show are struggling through their own form of winter hiatus right now. While the show is off the air, it's fun to imagine what Rick Grimes and his companions are up to in these cold December months — after all, a zombie can eat your brain, but it can't eat your holiday cheer!
Jawiin created their very own special holiday tribute to the cast and crew of "Walking Dead," complete with a cameo appearance from "Breaking Bad" meth dealer Jesse Pinkman. (Sort of!)
Watch the parody below.
Just when you thought Bane's voice couldn't sound any more ridiculous... well, here you go: a "Dark Knight Rises" trailer completely redone with Legos. (Yes, again.) And yes, that includes a Lego-Bane fully quipped with Tom Hardy's unforgettable digitally-enhanced voice. Watch below!
As the saying goes, nobody's perfect — not even your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man.
Sure, we're big fans of the wall-crawler around these parts, but the same can't be said for everyone, especially where the hero's recent movie reboot, "The Amazing Spider-Man," is concerned. The folks at Cinema Sins put a video together highlighting all of the major flaws they spotted in Marc Webb's take on the Marvel Comics icon — and while we think they were overly critical and off the mark at times, they do raise some good points. (Particularly regarding Bruce Campbell, or a sad lack thereof.)
Find out everything wrong with "The Amazing Spider-Man" (in less than two minutes) in the video below.
More than a month has passed since "Star Wars: Episode VII" became a reality, and we're still scratching our heads over what's to come. Is Disney making new "Star Wars" movies a good idea or a horrible one? Will the Skywalkers once again be front and center, or are we about to meet a brand new roster of heroes and villains? So many questions!
Believe it or not, even the original "Star Wars" characters have some questions of their own... as imagined by Emily Whitten and Marc Vuletich, authors of the "Avengers Take Hollywood" parody comics we ran on MTV Splash Page earlier this year. They're back at it again today with a brand new parody focused on the year's big "Star Wars" news, and what the future has in store for fans of that galaxy oh-so far away.
Read the full comic below!