Tag: Agents of SHIELD
Marvel is planning a new TV series for ABC which will be penned by John Ridley. Ridley wrote the award winning 12 Years a Slave and Red Tails. Which project is he working on with Marvel?
It was an epic night of television for comic book fans Tuesday evening, as both the Flash and Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD ran their mid-season finales, and neither one disappointed. Each show had a big reveal (or two) for viewers. Cinelinx looks at the two episodes and dissects what we learned. (Spoilers involved!)
The cover of the January Inhumans' 50th Anniversary variant cover to Uncanny Avengers #1 offers some images that jibe with the ‘alien blueprint’ visuals we’ve seen recent episodes of Marvels Agents of SHIELD. The symbols in the background are the similar to the images we’ve seen on the show.
The Inhumans movie won’t be out until 2018, but we may possibly be seeing Marvel’s super-powered oddities sooner than expected. The storyline from Agents of SHIELD is dropping mammoth-sized hints regarding the Inhumans. We look at the reasons why we think the Inhumans will pop up on TV before the film hits theaters.
Ivan Vanko, the vengeful Russian bad guy from Iron Man 2, will have a connection to the upcoming ABC series Agent Carter, because his father will show up, played by actor Costa Ronin. The series will explore the origins of the Vanko’s vendetta against the Stark family, going back to the 1940s.
Movie fans have been anxiously awaiting the first footage for Marvel's second Avengers movie, and now we finally know when the first trailer for Age of Ultron will be hitting, so get your reminders/DVR ready!
San Diego Comic-Con just keeps getting better. Marvel revealed new actor, character combos, and a trailer for the coming season.
DC has several upcoming TV shows that will join Arrow on the air in the next year or two. However, as of right now, none of those programs is going to connect to the DC cinematic universe. Should DC utilize their TV programs the way Marvel uses Agents of SHIELD?
The biggest surprise twist of the recently ended first year of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD was when series regular and (apparently) loyal team member Grant Ward (Brett Dalton) was revealed as a Hydra mole. But was that really part of the agenda all along or was it an extemporaneous plot decision by Joss Whedon and company done as a response to fan criticism and a ratings decline?
ABC has formerly announced its approval for a second season of episodes for Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD. Also, the network has given the go-ahead for production to begin on the Agent Carter TV series.