Most-Read TV/Film Stories Week Of May 12-18 2013
Seeing as Sam Mendes has quite conclusively rebuffed their offers to return for more, it seems that James Bond producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson have approached Chris Nolan with an offer to direct the next episode.
No spoilers. No real spoilers anyway. From Tumblr
A few new Doctor Who rumours have come along this week, some others have been repeated and others still have been fully confirmed. Not all of what follows will be true, necessarily, but I think it’s all worth knowing about if you’re at all inclined to gossip.
Much sport was had on Sunday, trying to deduce who exactly J. August Richards is playing in Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD. There wasn’t much footage of his character in the first trailer, and little more in the second, but guesses were flying around in thick swarms.
If you have been keeping up on the Doctor Who spoiler situation, and if you came to Bleeding Cool over the weekend you won’t have missed it, then the following images will serve as confirmation of some of the ‘rumours.’
Most-Read Comic Stories Week Of May 12-18 2013
All the ones we can get, anyway…
UPDATE: Oh no it isn’t! Subscribers just got the following update, it seems inspired by this very article… Whoops! Has Kang been messing with the timestream or have we just been getting confused? The Avengers keep on assembling! Avengers Assemble is not ending, it’s carrying on its merry way, and its loyal subscribers will stay right where they are.
From the Quanta Academia de Artes in Brazil and Caio Majado comes fifty-nine recreations of Rob Liefeld’s creations for Image, Extreme, Maximum and Awesome… all by professional working Brazilian artists,
A few days ago I was told that a DC A-list writer was leaving DC Comics and that the company were in a bit of a mad panic to replace them quickly. Inquiries brought no results and indeed while everyone seemed to know that something was happening, no one seemed to know quite what.
The CEO of Warner Bros, Kevin Tsujihara, used to be the guy who Paul Levitz reported into as Publisher and President of DC Comics. Between them, they maintained the plan where DC wouldn’t really get noticed at Warners, but would have freedom to create all sorts of comics, as long as they stayed profitable overall. And basically hid from the world..