In a galactic replay of merging of the Earth’s tectonic plates into a massive supercontinent known as Pangea 250 million years ago, the Spitzer Space Telescope caught images of four massive galaxies slamming into each other and kicking up billions of stars like grains of sand! As the largest galactic pileup in the known universe, it will produce a huge offspring.
Marvel Studios has spent the bulk of its time moving pieces around its metaphorical board in preparation for Joss Whedon’s The Avengers, which finally drops into theaters next May. And while the studio has hired directors for upcoming Iron Man and Thor sequels, it’s also keeping its options open for non-Avengers superheroes that could use an origin story and possible standalone franchise. Up next, according to Marvel president Kevin Feige, appears to be Dr. Strange.