Tag: Agents of SHIELD
It’s another episode of It Is What It Is, and B.C. is talking, well, he’s talking all right…..
Agents of SHIELD returns this week! Before it premiers on Friday night, check out the first 17 minutes of Episode 1 of Season 5.
Although some fans have been rather vocal regarding their disappointment about The Inhumans project being switched from it's MCU Phase 4 slot to a Fall 2017 television series, there is really no reason to be peeved. It was the best thing they could have done, and we’re going to tell you why.
Veteran comic book writer Chris Claremont, who authored a now legendary 16-year run (1975-1991) on Marvel’s X-Men, is unhappy with the way the popular mutant characters have been marginalized in recent years. He blames the fall of the X-Men’s popularity and sales on the people at 20th Century Fox (who own the film rights to the mutant characters) and Disney, who owns Marvel.
Clark Gregg, star of ABC’s Agents of SHIELD, recently hinted at an ABC/Neflix crossover for the Marvel small-screen properties, which is good news for all the people who are disgruntled that there are no characters from the Netflix shows or Agents of SHIELD due to appear in any MCU film in the near future. Could TV’s Agents of SHIELD be planning a crossover with the Netflix shows?
Ever since 2008, when Marvel began merging their cinematic franchises in The Incredible Hulk, many comic characters have appeared on-screen. Some have become major players in the MCU, some are just minor characters, some have been killed-off and some…have been completely forgotten. Cinelinx looks at four major Marvel villains who were introduced in the MCU but have since been totally forgotten.
Several hints and clues have been dropped in recent weeks indicating that Marvel’s demonic hero the Ghost Rider may make an appearance on ABC’s Agents of SHIELD. Will the Spirit of Vengeance get a chance at vindication after those unfortunate Nicolas Cage movies?
Marvel Studios TV shows exist in the same shared universe as the big screen MCU films. The series’ often make references to the films. Why, then, do the films never acknowledge anything that happens on television or on Netflix?
Despite the abundance of tough women on TV and movies, and the British film industry declaring last year as “the year of strong women”, there still aren’t very many leading roles showcasing women in action/super hero/sci-fi movies. Why is there such a multitude of “strong women” in supporting roles but not in starring roles? It may have something to do with Hollywood’s poorly executed attempts at female empowerment.