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In theory, the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe is connected, from the films to the Netflix and ABC shows. In theory, though, the big- and small-screen sides intersect only rarely, and that disconnect has only seemed to widen since corporate restructuring put Marvel’s series and Marvel’s movies under different leadership. But what about within the Marvel TV universe? Currently, Marvel’s small-screen properties are split between ABC and Netflix. Could Matt Murdock give S.H.I.E.L.D. an assist, or vice versa?

Don’t count on it, says Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. star Clark Gregg. The actor admits he’d love to see Iron Fist or Luke Cage drop by his show someday, but blames “corporate stuff” for keeping the ABC and Netflix sub-franchises separate. Read what he has to say about the possibility of a SHIELD Netflix Marvel crossover. Read More »

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Iron Fist teaser trailer

The centerpiece of Marvel TV’s Comic-Con panel this year was Luke Cage, but they found a few minutes to squeeze in a couple of their other upcoming shows. The event closed out with the very first footage from Iron Fist, Netflix’s fourth Marvel superhero movie — and the last one before their four flagship heroes team up for The Defenders. Watch the Iron Fist Comic-Con teaser below.  Read More »

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Will we see more of Martin Freeman in the Marvel cinematic universe after Captain America: Civil War? Want to see what it will be like to ride the new Joker roller coaster in New Jersey? How much did Paul Rudd geek out when he walked on the Civil War set? How do M&M’s help Nightcrawler and Storm pass the time? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »

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What special features will be on the Deadpool home video release? Was Supergirl almost a love interest for the Man of Steel in Superman III? Which side does Hugh Jackman choose for Captain America: Civil War? How is Marvel trying to make superhero technology a reality? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »

Iron Fist Casting

Shooting on Netflix’s next next Marvel drama, Iron Fist, is finally underway, and that means the first photos of Finn Jones as the eponymous superhero have hit the web. Meanwhile, behind the scenes, the show has also locked in the final pieces of its main cast. Jessica Stroup and Tom Pelphrey join the Netflix and Marvel drama as Joy and Ward Meachum, children of Harold Meachum (David Wenham). Get all the latest Iron Fist updates below. Read More »

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Daredevil star Charlie Cox recently let slip that The Defenders, which promises to unite all of Netflix’s Marvel heroes in one Avengers-style team, would begin shooting late this year. But before we get there, we’ll first need to check out Iron Fist, the fourth and final solo series to come out of that pact. Scott Buck was named showrunner back in December and Finn Jones was cast as the lead back in March, and now the supporting cast is starting to fill up as David Wenham comes aboard to play Harold Meachum.  Read More »

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What’s Jonah Hex doing on the upcoming episode of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow? What does Andrew Dice Clay have to say about Batman v Superman in a new stand-up bit? Will Jean Grey and Cyclops have some romance in X-Men: Apocalypse? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »

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Marvel and Netflix’s Iron Fist is officially a Game of Thrones reunion. After casting Finn Jones as leading hero Danny Rand, Iron Fist has also picked up Jessica Henwick as martial arts expert Colleen Wing, who runs her own dojo in New York City. She befriends Danny after he returns home from his adventures in K’un L’un. Jones and Henwick are the only actors confirmed for the series so far. Read More »