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There’s an implicit promise of excitement, key plot points and maybe even big choices in the latest episode announcement for Agents of SHIELD.
It’s a combination seemingly designed to burn a hole through the geekosphere.
During the currently still-ongoing quarterly earnings call for Disney’s shareholders, a question came up about the Netflix series as announced today.
With The Wolverine headed to home entertainment in the coming weeks, the more cynical of you might assume this is a timed leak, but according to Deadline, Fox have started negotiating with Hugh Jackman and director James Mangold for another …
We’re go deep into real spoiler territory so make sure you’ve seen Iron Man 3 before reading this story.
Is that you, Matt Murdock?
It’s certainly got an X-Men movies look, the sheer scale of the cast is exciting and I trust Singer to handle this well.
If Marvel are good to their promise of including 70s-style political intrigue, this could be a real winner and a nice refresher between the more openly fantastical Dark World and Guardians movies.
You have at least 298 different cinemas to choose from in 40 different states of the USA. At least.
To a very large extent, Thor: The Dark World works rather well indeed.
Alan Taylor And Kevin Feige Express Rather Different Opinions About Thor: The Dark World’s End-Credits Tease
They don’t agree.
Here’s a surprise and, by my measure, something of a pleasant one.
And more evidence of the upcoming Black Panther movie too, I think.
Kevin Feige and I are obviously best buddies now, having had a good chat on Friday and plenty of follow up questions today.
I can certainly understand why people have questions about the future of Marvel movies. Can this amazing streak really go on forever?
Essentially a massive spoiler for The Avengers if not for Agents of SHIELD.
I’m sure I don’t have to remind you that in the Marvel Movieverse, magic can be explained by science, it just that it hasn’t been, yet. They’ll call Thor a god, for sure, but also frame him as an alien.