MCU fans have been desperately waiting for any promotion for the new Captain America: Civil War movie, set to release in May of next year. When I say desperate, I really do mean desperate. Since D23, Disney and Marvel have kept the trailer on lockdown like it was the Manhattan Project and this was 1942. So understandably, anything “leaked” or released is Christmas for any MCU fan.
As if the recent flood of comic book movies wasn’t enough to prove the geeks will inherit the earth, ABC has just put in an order for Marvels Most Wanted, an Agents of SHIELD spin-off set to star Adrianne Palicki, whose character Bobbi Morse (Mockingbird) kicked major butt for SHIELD last season.
That’s right, X-Fans, Fox has confirmed rumors that a live action X-Men TV Show is moving forward, though they haven’t solidified a deal just yet. Fox Network co-chairman Dana Walden revealed during last week’s Television Critics Association Press Tour, the network is actively pursuing a TV series based on Marvel’s team of mutant superheroes.
Do I really have to intro this?
Why? Everyone knows exactly what we are here to see. It’s in the f***ing title.
Just intro the f***king trailer.
Why are we censoring ourselves?
Fucking Deadpool. The Red Band Trailer. Dot Com. Chimichangas.
Fans of Marvel’s TV universe should rejoice as both Agent Carter and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. have been renewed for another season.
With Avengers: Age of Ultron surfacing in less than two weeks and a sea of hungry fan boys and gals waiting with baited breath, Marvel has finally bestowed the second Ant-Man trailer on us, and needless to say, we’re buzzing about it.
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Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. might be expanding their reach into another spin-off show while Marvel admits to having a common character with their ABC show and Netflix’s Daredevil. Could we see a crossover soon?
For decades thousands of voices have cried out, and Marvel has felt the imbalance in the force.
We’ve been talking about a bunch of different comic universes over the last month, with news of DC Comics’ new direction after Convergence, Spidey in the MCU, and of course that Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer. What we haven’t discussed much of is Marvel Comics upcoming universe-altering event Secret Wars, which promises to bring an end to the current Marvel Universe as we know it, which will be known afterwards as the “All-New Marvel.”