Marvel’s next live-action super-team will be based on its Secret Warriors comic – characters that will be the basis for the team of Inhumans that Director Phil Coulson and Skye will be putting together on Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. next season. The announcement was made today by ABC and Marvel.
Coulson and S.H.I.E.L.D. are already searching for new recruits, and at San Diego Comic-Con, ABC and Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. are giving fans a chance to be part of the initiative.
Naturally, they will not be the only ones seeking out Inhumans. To learn more, follow the jump.
With the Marvel and Star Wars brands so prominent, everyone and his dog’s products wants to get in on the merchandising bonanza that is always sure to follow.
Duct tape has been known to help fix/repair stuff – but while the Avengers were fixing things like portals from another dimension and the rebels were attempting to fix a corrupt system of government in a galaxy far, far away, I’m not sure how that relates to fixing/repairing anything with duct tape – let alone The Avengers Duck Tape® (above), or Star Wars™ Duck Tape® (pictured after the jump)! And yet, both exist.
There’s this little movie coming out that you might have heard of – Marvel’s Avengers – Age of Ultron. Likewise, you might be familiar with the talented gentleman who plays Iron Man in the movie – Robert Downey Jr.
Here’s the thing: you could win the Night Of Your Life – and help out a great cause – by making a donation to Julia’s House, a hospice for terminally ill children.
What about that Night Of Your Life I mentioned, I hear you ask. How about a trip to Los Angeles for the premiere of that little movie I mentioned above? In the company of RDJ his own bad self? Plus a stay in a four star hotel, sky-diving, battle of wits with RDJ (he’s kidding, right? Right?) and more. Find out how to do that by following the jump.
Well, I guess we don’t have to wait for next week’s episode of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. – someone leaked the teaser trailer for Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron online. So, knowing that once it finds its way to the internet, there’s no real way to stop it, Marvel did the smart thing and released the trailer officially.
With New York Comic-Con in full swing, and Robert Downey, Jr. hitting the interview circuit, many rumors have been percolating regarding some beloved franchises. On this episode of GeekScholars Movie News, the crew plays “Never Tell Me the Odds”. Hit the jump to find out which topics the hosts and debate the probability of happening.
ABC special Marvel: Pulp to Pop will give fans of everything Marvel, from comics to movies and television, an exclusive look at how the company grew – from its creation as Timely Comics in 1939 to the entertainment behemoth it’s become today.
Marvel: Pulp to Pop will be hosted by Emily ‘Agent 13’ Van Camp and air on Tuesday, November 4th (9/8C). Follow the jump for more.