DC drops a bombshell, Marvel drops a nuclear bomb, Fox hangs back for a bit, and Sony… well, Sony’s there I guess.
Avengers, Justice Leage, X-Men, blah blah blah…. SO MANY. We go over it all. Enjoy.
After a handful of directors turned down the chance to direct Ant-Man, Marvel found its director in Peyton Reed. As far as the film world is concerned, Peyton’s projects are uninspiring, including movies like Bring It On, The Break-Up, and Yes Man. To go from the man who created the Cornetto trilogy to someone with this resume is a bit of a disappointment to say the least. As far as television goes, Reed has directed some great stuff, including episodes of the Upright Citizens Brigade, The Weird Al Show, and a few episodes of New Girl. My hope is that the vibe of shows like these will have more bearing on the overall tone of the film. This coupled with a script that will have input from Adam McKay (Anchorman, Step Brothers), we might actually have some hope for this movie.
These photos are apparently from March, but somehow they eluded me. HollywoodReporter.com has some on-set photos from The Avengers: Age of Ultron, and Quicksilver apparently wears Under-Armour shirts and eyeliner.
SPOILER ALERT! We will be discussing major plot points including the ending of X-Men: Days of Future Past in this episode. We are joined once again by Ikaika Shiveley. The summer of Ikaika is in full swing.
Yet another creative change in the Marvel department, this time involving Marvel’s upcoming Netflix series, Daredevil. Drew Goddard has exited as show-runner, and is being replaced by Steven S. DeKnight, producer/writer of various shows, including Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Smallville, Dollhouse, Spartacus: Gods of the Arena, & Spartacus: War of the Damned. With a pedigree like that, I can’t help but think that this is actually a good move on Marvel’s part. While Goddard would have been a good choice, this one seems more in tune with the Marvel franchise. Having someone who’s worked closely with Joss Whedon can’t hurt either as far as the Marvel universe goes.
Spartacus was a show that I hated in the beginning. The first episode is so ridiculous, it turned me off completely. I heard it had gotten better, so I gave it another try. The next two seasons (the ones produced by DeKnight) were great. It was ridiculous when it needed to be, and was always thrilling. They managed to turn a highly stylized world into some compelling television by the end, and I look forward to what he does with the character Daredevil. Marvel’s official press release after the jump. Continue reading “Steven S. DeKnight Replaces Drew Goddard on ‘Marvel’s Daredevil’”
CW has debuted their teaser for The Flash during tonight’s Arrow season finale. So far all we get is how the suit looks on camera, as opposed to the paparazzi-style photos from the set. Check it out after the jump.
Kean-who? NBC is looking to jump on the comic-book TV mojo and adapt Constantine, which to the non-comic fan, is more than just a movie starring Keanu Reeves. It looks better than that, so far. So that’s something. Check out the trailer, a synopsis, and some images from Constantine after the jump.
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