The upcoming Guardians of The Galaxy animated series has nothing to do, story wise, with the movie-verse. Still its the same rag tag crew of space bound misfits teaming up to save the universe from itself. If the following clip is any indication, this series will reveal more backstory about our characters than the feature film did.
The clip in questions sees Peter Quill (Will Friedle) meeting the Ravager, Yondu for the first time! (more…)
With the season six premiere only a couple of months away (October 11th) for AMC‘s The Walking Dead, fans are wondering what’s in store for our hardy band of survivors. They’ve found some relative safety in the walled section of Alexandria, and been reunited with Morgan, but things aren’t all roses. We all know that bad things are headed their way. One of the baddest of the bad and one of the comic book series favorite villain is a guy called Negan. Everyone wants to know when he’s going to make the transition from the comic book page to the small screen. Showrunner Scott Gimple has a few things to say about Negan and Season Six. (more…)
Even though the show has been off the air for only a couple months, the hype train keeps rolling with Game of Thrones. Is Jon Snow appearing in the upcoming season? What new faces will we see? What plot lines are they keeping….and so on, but the big question that no one wants answered is “When will the show end?” Well, HBO president of programming Michael Lombardo offered an answer to curious minds.
The trailer for CBS‘ new Supergirl series didn’t win a lot of fans over, but because of the pedigree, Arrow and The Flash executive producers Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg, those same uncertain fans are reserving judgment until they can see Melissa Benoist take flight, in full, when the show debuts this fall. In the meantime, let’s talk about casting. Both Arrow and Flash have been pretty good about recruiting comic book bad guys for their TV heroes to fight, and it seems that Supergirl will be no exception to that rule. Prepare yourself people, for the random radioactive arrival of Reactron! (more…)
If you’ve paid any attention to AMC‘s hit show The Walking Dead‘s actors off screen, then you know that Andrew Lincoln and Norman Reddus love to prank and mess with each other. They’ve become good friends and their hijinks have been delighting fans since the show first aired. This time around they decided to add some fuel to the Fan Fiction Fire while shooting a cover for the upcoming Walking Dead Entertainment Weekly cover. (more…)
That was quite the turbulent season on The Walking Dead. Good friends and family were lost, the remaining survivors were pushed to the breaking point, and on top of it all, the group thought they found salvation only to be confronted with very human demons within the walls of the so-called Alexandria Safe Zone. So now what? Well, it’s back to business for the highly popular zombie drama this October, as Rick and the gang face all new challenges inside Alexandria, where things are so much more complicated than merely surviving. Or is it? Unsure, but there will be some new faces on the show this season that will help find an answer. (more…)
Every once in a while, a television series hits living rooms and truly changes the way that people look at the world around them. I Love Lucy presented its fans with an interracial marriage to chew on; MASH gave viewers a new perspective on a war that had ended decades before the series premiered; NYPD Blue not only gave audiences a gritty take on New York’s finest but also pushed network television to its limits, expanding on what censors would allow on primetime television. Then, there are shows like Married With Children, that basically mirror the society in which we live. The classic sitcom gave viewers a family that was perfect in their imperfections and celebrated dysfunction. Now, almost twenty years since the series ended, it appears that the series is hoping to make history again with a new spinoff, if reports are to be believed. (more…)
The helm of the Punisher in films has been played by: Dolph Lundgren, Thomas Jane and Ray Stevenson, with each iteration only being only slightly better than the last. Marvel’s Daredevil Season Two on Netflix’s will see The Punisher on screen once more, this time played by Walking Dead‘s Jon Bernthal. Will fans get a proper Punisher this time around? According to ex-Daredevil showrunner, Steven DeKnight, fans can expect this version of the character to be true to the comic series. (more…)
Obviously, Daredevil generated a lot of excitement when it premiered on Netflix earlier this year. Although Marvel Studios‘ other television endeavours haven’t been universally-praised, the Netflix format and distribution structure were definite assets for Daredevil, a bone-crunching, high-stakes, complex crime drama. But can lightening strike twice? Netflix has four more Marvel series to launch, and the next up at plate is Jessica Jones. Expected later this year, Jones can be seen as almost a bigger gamble than Daredevil, but after the success of the Man Without Fear’s series, can the private investigator formally known as Jewel possibly surpass expectations with her own series? Showrunner Melissa Rosenberg is betting on ‘Yes.’ (more…)
For those of you who managed to make it through the first season of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and were treated to the ever-improving second season, you may have noticed now much of a bad-ass Chloe Bennet (AKA Skye) became as the story progressed. She went from a childish hacker to a full-fledged S.H.I.E.L.D. agent to a woman of massive super powers and the character is much more interested for it. Now, with the third season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. coming up in September, Skye’s character will be taking on even more changes, including a new haircut and a new name. Scroll on for the details. (more…)