Did too many Marvel heroes spoil the fun for him?
Two intergalactic loners with glowing blue hands is two too many, according to Jon Favreau.
How can they better convince us of the film's "deadly seriousness"?
Your first look at Jon Favreau's summer-movie gamble.
It's like 'Night at the Museum,' but at Disneyland.
"There's not a weekend where there won't be teeth on the floor."
Plus: Matthew Vaughn back in the picture for 'X-Men: First Class.'
Plus: Don Cheadle to just make stuff up about Miles Davis.
Harrison Ford will buy back some good will with fanboys (before squandering it again with another 'Indiana Jones' movie).
Jon Favreau picked the wrong photo to jerk off to.
Plus: Greg Kinnear! Elton John! Olivia Wilde!
James Bond may be teaming up with Jon Favreau for 'Cowboys & Aliens'.
Sadly, though, there's no sign of Rourke's drunk cockatoo.
Unless this is a new form of viral marketing.
Plus: Dave Grohl, Josh Homme, and John Paul Jones's new band.
Paramount hasn't yet released the new movie footage from Comic-Con, but why wait when you can watch a group of amateurs reenact it on YouTube?
Not surprisingly, Mickey Rourke gets drunk with a cockatoo in the highly anticipated sequel.
Watching Guy Ritchie with Madonnna's family, her current boy toy realizes he has a lot of growing up to do.
Bros before hos, y'all.