Most-Read TV/Film Stories Week Of May 19-25
Okay, yes, there are spoilers for The Name Of The Doctor. We’re going to be talking about the episode. Probably best not to watch it before you have, whether on TV, iPlayer or on DVD a week ago.
Bryan Singer announced tonight, through his Twitter account, that the character of Quicksilver will be appearing in X-Men: Days Of Future Past. It’s undoubtedly the biggest film news break of the day.
Ain’t It Cool put their brand power to use, and got Sony Picture’s Co-Chair Amy Pascal on the line for a quick chat.
Not sure if the videos from Patrick Willems and the gang from Bleeding Cool’s “Afterwards They Will Explode” have ever deserved that title quite so much as the do this week…
Marvel paved the way for their innovative big-screen Avengers team up by giving Captain America, Thor and Iron Man their own standalone movies first.
Most-Read Comic Stories Week Of May 19-25
Anyway, Chris Burnham seems to have been pushing it with glee this week.
Rather than every New 52 title being replaced by another title – Action Comics #24 becoming Zod #1, say, with the title’s usual creative team – all the regular issues will go away for a month, replaced by one shots, starring villains.
Chris Claremont retains an exclusive contract with Marvel Comics. He is paid, regularly, in full for this position. The only thing is that Marvel don’t want him to write any comics for them. But more importantly they don’t want him writing for anyone else.
Coming out from the Greenest Night celebration last night in Los Angeles for the work of Geoff Johns on Green Lantern, comes the news gathered by some that we are to expect a Booster Gold series in the imminent future from DC Comics.
A few creative changes from Marvel’s solicitations, made available before the week the comic goes on sale.