Watch Your Mouth, 'The Avengers'

Earmuffs! When Unnecessary Censorship meets The Avengers, the result involves a lot of [bleeping] and [bleeping] on Black Widow and [bleep] shawarma. My favorite part involves the Mark Ruffalo scene at the end. Been there, brother. Been there.

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'Big Hero 6' Gets Given The 'Unnecessary Censorship' Treatment

Why are they so vulgar? The thing about Disney movies is that they're rarely edgy. Which makes them unrealistic. In real life, people swear and say terrible things. In order to reflect THAT reality, Kyle J. Britt has given the unnecessary censorship treatment to the superhero film Big Hero 6. And we learn that Beymax is kind of vulgar, as are most inflatable balloon men. (In my own personal experience. I don't want to generalize.) Britt has done this work-up before on movies like The Amazing Spider-Man and Frozen. I guess it was just a matter of time before he took to a film that was still in the theaters. (A.V. Club)


Trailer For Mark Ruffalo’s Astoundingly-Named ‘Sympathy For Delicious’

Ruffalo helms this movie about a DJ who gets paralyzed. Okay. Then the DJ suddenly develops the power to heal people, but not himself. Uhm... okay? The title Sympathy For Delicious made me think Mark Ruffalo's directorial debut was a Food Network pilot or a terrible blog written by a fat, 45-year-old woman. It's neither of those things, in fact. Ruffalo helms this movie about a DJ who gets paralyzed. Okay. Then the DJ suddenly develops the power to heal people, but not himself. Uhm... okay? And did I mention the movie's called Sympathy For Delicious? It's hard to get over the plot and name to see the great cast in this trailer, which includes Orlando Bloom (as a character named "The Stain," ho boy), Laura Linney, Juliette Lewis and some guy named Mark Ruffalo. Who'd he have to blow to get a lead role? Written by and starring Christopher Thornton as DJ Delicious (repeat "blow" joke here, too - thank you), Sympathy For Delicious premiered at Sundance in January.


New 'Avengers' Trailer Shows Us How All These Avengers Ended Up Together

Handsome men make the best superheroes. So that's how the super friends all met! We can thank a bald black dude in an eyepatch. In case you were wondering exactly how the characters from The Avengers were all assembled so as not to look like a superhero version of the Miami Heat, here's your answer. Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) assembled a team of elite superheroes (Is there any other kind?) to tackle the type of costumed ne'er-do-wells that could only populate a Marvel universe. While I'm sure the origin story of The Avengers is somewhat carefully crafted, it's pretty hard to get past seeing Captain America next to Thor next to Iron Man. It looks like a parody of itself, but that probably won't stop it from being fun.


Someone Couldn't Wait For Spider-Man To Join 'The Avengers', Made A Mashup

I hope they haze the new guy. I can't say this is the most compelling interaction, but I'll be damned if all of our favorites aren't here. ScreenCrush took the liberty of dropping a surly Spider-Man into the world of the Avengers before their proposed cinematic meeting in a few years. The result is pretty much what you'd expect, which is just fine for us. As silly as it is to try to get an idea of the dynamic by splicing frames from separate films together, these guys did a pretty good job, though it may have been better with sock puppets or some really funny humming or something.


Don't F*ck With This Uncensored Clip From Last Season's 'Walking Dead' Finale

Not since Drunk History have I seen a curse word used so effectively. By Jared Jones I think we can all agree that our society's double standard when it comes to violence and naughty language (or naughty bits, for that matter), is f*cking ridiculous. What, watching a man have his f*cking intestines ripped out by a pack of voracious f*cking cannibals is acceptable, but only as long as his final words are "Gosh darn it!!" and not the righteous "F******************CK!!" that poor bastard deserves? Don't get me wrong, TV censorship can sometimes be utilized to hilarious effect — I am of course referring to the moment in (edited) Snakes on a Plane when Sir Samuel L. declares that he has grown tired of these monkey-fighting snakes on this Monday-to-Friday plane. But for the most part, censorship is a weak-ass practice perpetuated by cowards. It's the nadir of artistic expression. It's plain un-American, is what it is. This was never more apparent than during the closing moments of last season's otherwise excellent Walking Dead finale, where after RIPPING OUT A MAN'S THROAT WITH HIS TEETH, Rick Grimes was not allowed to drop an F-bomb after being SHOT AT AND CAPTURED BY A GROUP OF CANNIBALS. "They're screwing with the wrong people," Grimes instead muttered, drawing a collective groan from hardcore and casual WD fans alike. But now, AMC has released an uncensored clip of the original, more swearier version of season 5's closing line. Not since Drunk History have I seen a curse word used so effectively.