Posted on Tuesday, May 12th, 2015 by Angie Han
Some exciting updates from the small-screen corner of the Marvel Cinematic Universe: ABC has revealed an intriguing official synopsis for the recently announced second season of Agent Carter. Among other things, it reveals that our titular heroine will be ditching NY for LA.
Meanwhile, it turns out that the scrapped Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. spinoff could, like so many characters in the MCU, come back from the dead. Get the Agent Carter Season 2 synopsis and the S.H.I.E.L.D. spinoff update after the jump. Read More »
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Posted on Tuesday, May 12th, 2015 by Angie Han
Since last year, a female Thor has been tearing her way through the pages of the Marvel comic book universe. But the heroine’s true identity has remained a secret — until now. She finally reveals herself in Thor #8, released this week. Click through to find out the female Thor identity. Obviously, major comic book spoilers abound after the jump. Read More »
One of the best performers in Daredevil is returning to the show for season two. Sure, Charlie Cox and Vincent D’Onofrio both impressed in their roles as Matt Murdock and Wilson Fisk, respectively, but Rosario Dawson brought an unparalleled spark to her scenes. There wasn’t enough of her in the first season, as her character Claire Temple came and went over the course of thirteen episodes. But we’ll see more of her soon enough, as Dawson’s deal with Netflix also suggests she’ll appear in the rest of Marvel’s Netflix series, too. Read More »
ABC likes Marvel’s agents — well, most of them — and the network will give each of the two ABC Marvel shows a new season. So: Agent Carter renewed? Check. Agents of SHIELD renewed? Check. The proposed spin-off from Agents of SHIELD greenlit? Well, no. That one has been slapped down like a weak Hydra agent. More details follow. Read More »
Did you like the first Captain America movie? How about the second? Did you say especially the second? Well, if that’s true – and you’re excited for Captain America: Civil War – you’re going to be really excited for both parts of Avengers: Infinity War.
After the directors of Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Civil War, the Russo Brothers, have already signed to direct the two part Avengers epic. Now the writers behind the entire Captain America trilogy, Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, have signed to write them. Markus and McFeely also wrote Thor: The Dark World so they’re pretty much as essential to the Marvel Cinematic Universe as anyone. Read more about the Avengers Infinity War writers below.
Update: This has been confirmed by a report from Marvel.
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Hot on the heels of this morning’s news that Emily VanCamp will be back as Agent 13 in Captain America: Civil War, Marvel Studios has announced the beginning of principal photography on the sequel. And with that comes the full cast list for the film shooting in Atlanta, Georgia before moving to Germany, Puerto Rico and Iceland. Most of the cast members we already know, but there are two new surprising additions from the Marvel cinematic universe. Read More »
When your conflict has “infinity” in the title, you’ve got to go big, and that’s what Joe and Anthony Russo will do when they shoot both parts of Avengers: Infinity War starting in 2016. We know the brothers are using a new digital 2D IMAX camera for about 15 minutes of footage in Captain America: Civil War, which officially began production this week in Atlanta. Now they’ll use that new system for the entirety of the next two parts of the Avengers saga. Get some Infinity War IMAX quotes below. Read More »
The cast of Captain America: Civil War just keeps getting bigger. While the biggest addition to the third film in Captain America’s film franchise is undoubtedly Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark facing off against Chris Evans as Steve Rogers, there’s plenty of other familiar faces from the rest of the Marvel cinematic universe involved in the film. Now one more has entered — or re-entered — the fray as Emily VanCamp joins Captain America: Civil War, reprising her role from Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Could this film finally give us the true identity of this S.H.I.E.L.D. agent? Read More »
Now that the latest installment of Marvel’s cinematic universe has hit theaters, it’s time to dive into some Avengers: Age of Ultron easter eggs. Starting with Iron Man back in 2008, Marvel Studios has always included some nice nods and references to the comic book history of these superheroes being brought to the big screen. In addition, they’ve also included plenty of threads and set-up for future movies coming down the road. This may have been done a little too much in Age of Ultron, and now we have a video that runs through many of those Avengers Age of Ultron easter eggs, including some you might have missed.
Some spoilers follow for Avengers: Age of Ultron and other Marvel movies. Read More »