After a taxing journey of ups and downs, we’ve made it to the final episode of the premier season of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Now, knowing the show has been picked up for a second season, was the finale what the show needed to be pushed into another 22 episode run? (more…)
What does the team do now, when they are put against a megacorporation and Hydra, and they only have each other to rely on? Why exactly does Grant Ward feel that he owes everything to John Garrett? These are the question posed in the latest episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., but do the answers amp up the show’s momentum in time for the season finale? (more…)
“If I come out, are you gonna shoot me? Because then I won’t come out.”
Cobie Smulders returns as Maria Hill, and things continue to get worse for the former Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Question’s get answered, loyalties are tested, and massive secrets are revealed… but does the show maintain its run of excellence as we head into the finale? (more…)
“…last time I had all of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes versus one British character actor, and I needed more conflict.”
Joss Whedon is admittedly “having a blast” playing around with the new villain for the Avengers sequel Age of Ultron. While recently speaking with Empire magazine, he discussed not only the latest villain whom everybody’s favorite band of Marvel superheroes are facing off against, but also the overseas release dates (Marvel recently announced Avengers: Age of Ultron will get an earlier release of April 24, 2015, keeping with the recent trend of placing it ahead of the U.S. date) and also how the textures of the architecture in the United Kingdom are being emphasized during the filming of the biggest MCU sequel to date.
Still feeling the aftershocks of “Turn, Turn, Turn”, we finally meet Coulson’s cellist ex-girlfriend—but not before she’s in imminent danger. Having been let free from captivity during Garrett and Ward’s raid of The Fridge, a powerful villain with deadly powers goes on a war path that puts Phil’s one true love at risk. (more…)
The beauty of being the first guy cast as an iconic comic book character is that you’re always going to be associated with said creature and, thus, probably work for the rest of your life. Such is existence for Lou Ferrigno, the bodybuilder whose work on 82 episodes of the Incredible Hulk television series that aired in the late 70s and early 80s still earns him a booth at numerous fan conventions and cameo appearances in Marvel movies (remember him as the security guard at Banner’s lab in Hulk? You should because it’s great!). The bit parts continues to roll in for Ferrigno, as he’s been cast to reprise his role as the Big Green Meanie’s voice in Joss Whedon’s The Avengers: Age of Ultron. Hopefully this time he gets to say a little more than “puny god”.
Joss Whedon’s upcoming The Avengers: Age of Ultron is sure to set the box office on fire when it hits theaters in 2015 but the film maker is already creating waves with his latest release. However, you don’t have to wait in line for a midnight showing to catch this one.
Whedon is bypassing the traditional theatrical release model and has released In Your Eyes, which he wrote and produced, online right now. That’s right, you can watch the film at this very moment for the low, low price of only $5. Cheaper than a movie theater and you don’t have to walk on sticky floors.
When Joss Whedon isn’t finding new and even more horrific ways to kill off his most likeable characters, he’s finding ways to entangle them romantically: Buffy and Angel, Buffy and Spike, Wesley and Fred, Zoe and Wash (R.I.P.), Mal and Inara, Simon and Kaylee, Jayne and Vera….you get the picture.
Ergo, it’s not surprising that one day he might write a straight-up romance–with a preternatural twist, naturally, this IS Whedon we’re talking about: Thus, we have In Your Eyes. And Nerd Bastards has the first 3 minutes of the Brin Hill-directed film–you guessed it–after the jump: (more…)
“Not agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., just agents of… nothing”
With last week’s episode showing that Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. can hold the weight of being the MCU tie-in that we all wanted it to be, this episode asked the question of “Can they keep it up?” While the answer to that may have been obvious to most viewers, we’ve definitely got an idea of what we can expect from here on out. (more…)
While making the late night show rounds for Transcendence, Paul Bettany stopped by Jimmy Kimmel for a chat. There’s the usual banter and movie talk, but then Kimmel asked Bettany about his role as the Vision in the upcoming Avengers: Age of Ultron. (more…)