Joss Whedon Promises "Death" in 'Avengers 2' We still have more than two years to wait before The Avengers 2 reaches theaters, so we can definitely expect plenty of rumors, half-truths, and assorted spoilers over the coming months. In the meantime, Joss Whedon is one of the only people who really has any idea of what we can expect from the all-star superhero sequel -- and he dropped a pretty dark hint on Saturday (February 23) during a Q&A session in Ireland. More
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It's good news for Marvel and Disney as their "Guardians of the Galaxy" tops the grosses for Friday. With a little under $4 million, it has reached a $262 million total, besting "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" as 2014's top domestic performer so far. And testifying not only to its strength but also the weakness of the rest of the field, it did so in its fifth week.
But the day was sharply down from the Friday of Labor Day weekend last year, as the Top Ten grossed about $20 million, down from $26 million in 2013.