'The Avengers': A Uniquely New York TV PhenomenonFor decades, in Marvel Comics, The Avengers lived smack dab in the center of Manhattan, in a mansion donated by Tony Stark (Iron Man), on 70th Street, just down the block from Central Park.
Local Archery Program Preaches Discipline, And It's Translating To The ClassroomThanks to the blockbuster films “The Avengers” and “The Hunger Games” archery is red hot, but for Larry Brown it's been his passion since he was 5, when his dad first taught him to shoot in Queens.
Fans Pack NYC Theater For Midnight Showing Of 'The Avengers' Fans lined up for hours at the Lincoln Square AMC for a chance to see Marvel's newest movie.
Star-Studded 'Avengers' Shoots Higher Overseas With $185.1M Debut "The Avengers" isn't playing yet on U.S. movie screens, but the superhero dream team already is a marvel at the worldwide box office.
'The Avengers' Come To Madame Tussauds In Times SquareThe display makes its debut a week before the new movie, "The Avengers," hits theaters.
Scarlett Johansson Shows Off New 'I [Heart] New York' Tattoo At 'Avengers' PremiereScarlett Johansson has been making the press circuit rounds to promote her new film 'The Avengers,' but it's not her skin-tight costume people are talking about - it's her newest permanent accessory.
5 Best Films To See At The Tribeca Film FestivalWith hundreds of films to view from all around the world, the annual Tribeca Film Festival highlights stories that will touch your heart, thrill you, scare you and enlighten you. All you need is a ticket.