What new villain is coming to the third season of the Runaways on Hulu? What did Spider-Man do in Toronto that the police had to call out? Is DuckTales‘ new version of Darkwing Duck making fun of Zack Snyder a bit? How would you like an Infinity Gauntlet that held dipping sauces? Are you ready for a new Jessica Jones trailer tomorrow? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
Marvel’s Runaways will keep on running for another season. The Marvel teen superhero series has been renewed for a third season by Hulu, which picked up another 10 episodes after the fans came together in overwhelming support for the show. The outpouring of support was so strong that Marvel’s announcement of Marvel’s Runaways season 3 renewal came in a video dedicated to the fans.
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Posted on Wednesday, December 26th, 2018 by Trey Mangum
Out of all of Marvel’s properties, Runaways had arguably the hardest page-to-screen adaptation. There’s a lot of wacky shit going on in the comics, and all of that wouldn’t transition to screen well – especially in a live-action version. But for Season 2 of the Marvel drama, the series retools and grounds many of these elements, and the result is some of the company’s best television work. Read More »
Posted on Friday, December 21st, 2018 by Fred Topel
One of the new seasons of TV available for holiday binge-watching is Marvel’s Runaways season 2. Hulu’s Marvel series picks up when the sons and daughters of parents in The Pride actually run away. Season 2 introduces their new home, The Hostel, and some familiar faces from the comic books.
Showrunners Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage didn’t want to discuss details from later in the season, even with a spoiler warning, but spoke about some of the early developments facing The Runaways in season 2. So consider this a minor spoiler warning for the earlier episodes.
Schwartz and Savage spoke with /Film by phone this week about the second season of Marvel’s Runaways. The complete 13 episode season is available on Hulu right now. Read More »
It’s been a hot minute since we last checked in with the young heroes of Marvel’s Runaways, which debuted last year on Hulu. The series, based on the Marvel comics of the same name, follows a group of teens who discover that their parents are part of an evil supervillain group/cult known as the PRIDE. Despite their differences, the kids band together to cope with this life-altering information… and try to stop their parents. In case you need a refresher, here’s everything you need to know about the first season of Marvel’s Runaways before Season 2 premieres on December 21.
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With the universally-acclaimed first season of Marvel’s Cloak and Dagger premiering earlier this year on Freeform setting a standard for the Marvel YA drama, Runaways had a huge task on its hands for its sophomore season.
The first season of Runaways was a pretty bumpy ride. It started off with lots of promise, but soon lagged like most Marvel television adaptations, with too much exposition and too many episodes. But that’s changed for season 2: Runaways is a much leaner series and somehow pulls off one of the biggest season-to-season improvements in recent television history.
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Hulu has released a new trailer for Marvel’s Runaways, the live-action TV show based on the Brian K. Vaughn and Adrian Alphona comic series. Yep, those teen superheroes and their pet dinosaur are back to battle their supervillain parents Read More »
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The Marvel Cinematic Universe and the DC Extended Universe are chock-full of mostly adult superheroes, but streaming services are letting the younger roster of super-powered comic book characters take the spotlight.
Marvel’s Runaways is returning for a second season on Hulu this winter while Titans is debuting on DC Universe later this month, and two new trailers have arrived to showcase what each of the superhero ensembles have in store for comic book fans. Read More »
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