Marvel Makes it Official: Charlie Cox is ‘Daredevil’

- 05-28-14Comics, Film Posted by Mark Poynter


Yesterday, the Internet was alive with rumors of the casting of Boardwalk Empire‘s Charlie Cox as Marvel/Netflix‘s new Daredevil. Since the cat was out of the bag, Marvel has gone ahead and made it official with a statement that includes an interesting bit about the series setup. (more…)

*Update – Cox Cast as Daredevil! – Is ‘Boardwalk Empire’s Charlie Cox Netflix/Marvel’s New ‘Daredevil’?

- 05-27-14Comics, Film Posted by Mark Poynter


Word is making the Internet water-cooler rounds that Boardwalk Empire‘s Charlie Cox is most likely Marvel‘s choice to take on the role of Daredevil on the new Netflix TV show. (more…)

Mars Crain Makes Pitch Reel for Marvel’s ‘Luke Cage’

- 05-27-14Comics, Film, TV Posted by Mark Poynter


Mars Crain is not the first actor to make his desire to portray Marvel‘s Luke Cage, but he certainly does it with flair, and if I learned anything from watching Office Space a zillion times, flair is important! (more…)

***UPDATED*** WITH INFO ON NEW SHOWRUNNER: Drew Goddard Leaves ‘Daredevil’ as New Details on Edgar Wright’s Exit from ‘Ant-Man’ Emerge

- 05-24-14Comics, Film Posted by Jacob Knight


Are Disney suits polishing the brass on their own personal Superhero Titanic?

Yesterday, news broke regarding Edgar Wright’s departure from Ant-Man, the Phase Three Marvel MCU picture he had been developing with the studio for the last eight years. Details we sketchy regarding his exit, but with the film this close to shooting, speculation ran rampant around the Internet (as it tends to do). Today, Latino Review has dropped one of their patented “inside scoops” regarding the Wright disaster while almost simultaneously breaking the news that Cabin In the Woods director Drew Goddard has left the Daredevil series Marvel was developing with Netflix. The reports on both are troubling, to say the least, as it reads like Disney and Marvel suits are meddling in the creative galley, to the point that their talent are jumping ship left and right.


Dan Harmon Talks ‘Community’ Season Six

- 05-12-14TV Posted by Jacob Knight


It finally happened.

After five tumultuous seasons, Community was finally given the axe last Friday. After surviving disastrously low ratings, two major stars leaving, and its creator getting fired and then re-hired, the show was finally put to rest. It was a great run and fans were “outraged” (more on this in a second) that NBC would cancel the series, peppering Twitter with the now infamous #SixSeasonsAndaMovie hashtag and even threatening to boycott the network in some instances. The darkest timeline had finally arrived and it was an ugly day for avid fans and passive viewers of the show alike.

Like clockwork, talk regarding the show being picked by and continued on by another network was instantaneous. Could Netflix “save” the series, a la Arrested Development? What about Hulu or Netflix? Could it land on TBS, like Cougar Town did? Now recently rehired show-runner Dan Harmon is weighing in on the possibility of a sixth season and his words may shock the show’s rabid fan-base.


You’ll Be Able to Binge Watch Marvel’s New ‘Daredevil’ Series

- 05-11-14Comics, TV Posted by Jacob Knight


This will probably be a kind of “no duh” update for those of us who understand how business models work, but it looks like those who enjoy stuffing themselves with as much TV as they can in one sitting are going to be pleased with the planned release of Marvel’s upcoming Daredevil series.

Comic Book Resources recently sat down with former Marvel Comics Editor in Chief Joe Quesada (who has since been promoted to Chief Creative Officer), and it seems like not only is Daredevil a mere heartbeat away, but the series is also going to follow the traditional Netflix model of distribution. Quesada comments on many different topics during the interview, but the most intriguing quotes described just how hands on he is in the process of developing these series.


‘Orange is the New Black’ Already Has a Season 3 Order

- 05-05-14TV Posted by Adam A. Donaldson


With about a month to go before the release of the second season of the Netflix series Orange is the New Black, it appears that the online streaming site is jumping the gun and presuming the popularity of the new episodes by renewing it for a third, 13-episode season. The announcement isn’t official, but it has been confirmed by a couple of sources close to the production as legit, which is good news for the show’s growing fanbase that has continued to be built up since the show’s premiere last summer. (more…)

Marvel’s New Netflix Shows will be Part of the Cinematic Universe

- 04-28-14Comics, Internet, TV Posted by James Daniels


As we first announced last year, online streaming video giant Netflix will be presenting a total of 5 new programs based on Marvel Comics characters, starting with Daredevil in 2015, which will be written and run by Drew Goddard. Jessica Jones, Iron Fist, and Luke Cage will follow–all leading to the team-up series The Defenders. Like many Marvel stories, these shows will all be set in New York City (and filmed there, too).

There hasn’t been a great deal of information on these shows available–but recently, in an appearance on Kevin Smith‘s Fatman on Batman podcast, Marvel Entertainment CCO Joe Quesada discussed a few key details:  (more…)

New Trailer For Netflix Series ‘Orange is the New Black’–Season Two

- 04-17-14Internet, TV Posted by James Daniels


Orange is the New Black, probably the most popular and critically acclaimed original series on the online streaming video service Netflix, will return with a second season on Friday, June 6th. Watch the trailer, and a short interview with the cast, after the jump:  (more…)

Terry Crews Throws His Hat Back in the Luke Cage Ring

- 03-11-14Comics, TV Posted by Mark Poynter


Just when he thought he was out, he decides to throw himself right back in. Now that the Marvel/Netflix Luke Cage series has been green lite, Terry Crews says he wouldn’t say no if offered the role. Why did he publicly take himself out of the running in the first place? (more…)