I thought The A-Team was quite alright, FWIW. I was disappointed they didn't make a sequel, in fact. I also liked 47 Ronin, the Keanu Reeves vehicle, though I will grant that it's a lousy adaptation of the story (fun as a samurai-flavored fantasy yarn, though).
"I wasn't a big fan of 3 or Salvation, so I'm trying to resist getting my hopes up too much for Dark Fate, but it's hard. I'm just a sucker for humans and robots traveling through time to try to drive trucks into each other, apparently."
Ghost Rider car and promo from Comic-Con Revealed!
Fresh off the announcement that Ghost Rider will be making his way to Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD season 4, Marvel Entertainment has revealed the promo video for the panel teasing the arrival of the spirit of vengeance. You can check it out in the player along with some photos of his new wheels (and a comparison of how it appears in the comics) below!
“Season 4 will unquestionably be the series’ biggest, most ambitious story yet, and it all begins with the introduction of one of our greatestlegacy characters in Ghost Rider,” said Executive Producer/Head of Marvel Television, Jeph Loeb.“When the Spirit of Vengeance rides into S.H.I.E.L.D., it’ll change everything.”
Gabriel Luna (Matador, Wicked City) will play the role of Robbie Reyes, the most recent incarnation of the character to grace the pages of Marvel comics. First appearing in 2014’s All-New Ghost Rider #1 from Felipe Smith and Tradd Moore, Robbie Reyes is a young mechanic living in Los Angeles possessed by the Spirit which he uses against the local gangs and to win street races. He also went up against a villain previously found in Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD, Mr. Hyde.
Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD stars Clark Gregg as Director Phil Coulson, Ming-Na Wen as Agent Melinda May, Brett Dalton as Grant Ward, Chloe Bennet as Agent Daisy Johnson, Iain De Caestecker as Agent Leo Fitz, Elizabeth Henstridge as Agent Jemma Simmons, Nick Blood as Agent Lance Hunter, Adrianne Palicki as Agent Bobbi Morse, Henry Simmons as Agent Alphonso “Mack” MacKenzie and Luke Mitchell as Lincoln Campbell.
Marvel’s Agents of SHIELDreturns Tuesday, September 20 in its new timeslot, 10:00 PM ET on ABC.
Like a great blue salmon of Justice, The Tick is returning to the small screen!
Spoon! After a 14 year absence, Ben Edlund’s great blue bug of justice is returning to the small screen! Deadline reports that, as rumored back in 2014, Amazon Studiosand Sony Pictures Television are looking at breathing new life into the comic book hero. Although Patrick Warburton, who headlined the nine-episode live actionThe Tick, won’t be reprising the title role, he is attached as an executive producer. Both Ben Edlund and Barry Josephson are also returning to executive produce with Edlund also writing. What’s more, the new The Tick has already cast its Arthur. Vinyl star Griffin Newman will play accountant-turned-moth-themed-superhero Arthur Everest while House of Lies‘ Valorie Curry will play his sister, Dot.
The Tick was originally created by Edlund in 1986 as a mascot for New England Comics. Edlund then brought the nigh-invulnerable justice seeker to life in The Tick’s own book two year later. In 1994, the first The Tick series came to television as an animated half hour show which ran for two seasons and 36 episodes. All but two of those episodes have been released on DVD. However, citing “creative considerations,” “The Tick vs. The Mole Men” and “Alone Together” were omitted from their respective DVD sets.
In 2001, FOXdebuted the live-action The Tick series with a pilot episode directed by Barry Sonnenfeld. Despite being cancelled after only nine episodes, The Tick has remained a cult hit.
The new The Tick will feature a pilot episode helmed by Transcendence‘s Wally Pfister. Check back for additional casting announcements as soon as they become available.
How do you feel about a new The Tick? Is there anyone that you would cast in the title role? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!
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