Lately, I haven’t been able to get My Hero, Zero out of my head. The classic Schoolhouse Rock song helped us learn that instead of counting on our fingers and toes we could use the power of 10 to change math completely. Forty-three years later, Schoolhouse Rock still manages to teach, keep our toes a tapping, and gives us a nexus for pop culture. With 64 3-minute segments, Schoolhouse Rock may be one of the best educational tools we’ve ever had., but I wonder if we have anything like Schoolhouse Rock today?
For those still hoping to see an Inhumans movie franchise, the events taking place on the ABC’s Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. have seen Inhuman activity all over the show. Makes sense then that Marvel and ABC would strike a television series deal.
Today, during the Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD panel, it was announced that Gabriel Luna will play Ghost Rider in the coming season of the show.
Now the same animosity between Marvel and DC not only continues in the comics, but has moved to the movie theater and TV as well.
Who will be the next to fall on ABC’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.? With four episodes left in this season, Marvel is raising the stakes and telling everyone, “No one is safe.”
“When are the lesser known Marvel characters getting their own series?” You mean characters like Cloak and Dagger? “YES!” They are, and the live action series is headed to the Freeform network.
PRESS RELEASE: The cast and Executive Producers of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will be heading to WonderCon in Los Angeles! Join them for an exclusive panel Q&A session at the Los Angeles Convention Center on Saturday, March 26.
Once Upon A Time is about to hit a pretty significant television marker. The fairy tale-based television show is one of ABC‘s most popular offerings in recent years and, in celebration, they have released a lengthy trailer teasing audiences about their upcoming 100th episode: Emma, Regina, Mary Margaret, David, Robin, Henry and Gold arrive in the Underworld, on a mission to rescue Hook, only to discover that their search will be more difficult than they had anticipated. The inhabitants of the Underworld—all souls with unfinished business and many with quite personal vendettas—hound our heroes at every turn. Meanwhile, in an Enchanted Forest
Deadline reported that ABC has order a pilot for a Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. spinoff titled Marvel’s Most Wanted. ABC president Paul Lee this at the Television Critics Association press tour. The show will star Adrianne Palicki and Nick Blood as their S.H.I.E.L.D. characters Mockingbird and Lance Hunter. Lee went on to say that Marvel’ Most Wanted would begin shooting in coming months. S.H.I.E.L.D. executive producer Jeffrey Bell and writer Paul Zbyszewski are developing the show and Zbyszewski will serve as show runner when Most Wanted goes to series. Who is looking forward to Marvel’s Most Wanted? What are you hoping to see? Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. returns on March 8th
The first trailer for the third season of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD has landed, and it introduces the Inhumans to a cinematic world that doesn’t included mutants, X-men, or anything not owned by Disney/Marvel outright.
Adrianne Palicki’s role of Mockingbird on Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. may get a bit bigger as ABC has ordered a pilot to see if the character will work as a spin-off series.