After the overwhelmingly positive critical and fan reaction to Marvel’s excellent Netflix show Daredevil, they’ve finally released their sophomore effort, Jessica Jones. Does the second Netflix super hero show compare to the first? Cinelinx reviews the entire first season of Jessica Jones. (Beware of spoilers.)
The Negative Zone was a vital part of Marvel’s “Civil War” comic book storyline. However, we obviously won’t be seeing it in Captain America: Civil War because it’s currently a Fox property, along with the misused Fantastic Four. So will the whole aspect of a special, inescapable prison be eliminated from the third Captain America movie? Not necessarily. Maybe it will be somewhere else. Somewhere like…the Microverse!
Chris Evans, along with most of the other original Avengers stars are most likely not going to come back for more films after Avengers: Infinity War-Part 2. There have been rumors about replacing the characters with new actors, such as having Sam Wilson, AKA the Falcon (Anthony Mackie) take over, as was done in the Marvel comic. But would this work? Would people accept a new Cap? There’s a way to test out the public’s tolerance for a replacement actor, and the Agent Carter TV show is the place to do it.
With Spider-Man finally joining the Disney/Marvel Cinematic Universe, he needs to be reintroduced to audience in order to establish his newest interpretation. The best way to do this would be to introduce him on the small screen—Netflix or Agents of SHIELD—Before utilizing him in an MCU movie.
Big news lands tonight on the heels of Marvel announcing a Civil War reboot in their comics line, it's now been revealed that the beloved storyline will make it's way to the big screen, with Robert Downey Jr. set to co-star in Captain America 3!