Marvel movie glue-guy Agent Coulson, ably played by Clark Gregg in the films, finally enters the world of Marvel comics? Love the idea, and think it’s exactly the kind of thing they should be doing. So I’m pretty surprised at the reaction to the concept in the bc forum. But what do you think?
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Joe Quesada, on defending his decision to publish Spider-Men, when previously he’d said such an Ultimate/616 crossover would mean Marvel was officially out of ideas.
In tomorrow’s final issue of Battle Scars, all right minded readers of Bleeding Cool are expecting Sergeant Marcus Johnson, now revealed as the son of Nick Fury, to basically be the new Nick Fury. With a skin colour to match that of Samuel Jackson, playing Nick Fury in the movies.
Over the years, I’ve had a few messages from those who have met comics conman Josh Hoopes to say that he doesn’t actually look that much like the common photograph of him. And that I should probably find something a little more recent.
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Last week, I saw a few scenes from GI Joe: Retaliation. The embargo on coverage lifted today, so I was going to tell you all about the new things, ideas, and scenes that I had been screened. But this trailer has come along and given most of it away. What’s left to say after a clip like this?
A collection of clips from The Dark Knight Rises have been presented at Cinemacon, the Las Vegas convention for cinema exhibitors. According to pretty much everybody to share their opinion about the presentation online, the footage revealed that Chris Nolan and co. have fixed up Bane’s distorted dialogue.
As soon as it was announced that Iron Man 3 would be co-produced by a Chinese company, as well as partially filmed in the country, I started speculating as to which Chinese stars would be making an appearance.