Archive for May 29, 2017
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. star Gabriel Luna would like to see Norman Reedus play Johnny Blaze, aka Ghost Rider, on the comic book show. Luna made his debut as Robbie Reyes, the fifth character to carry the name Ghost Rider in the Marvel Universe, in the recently-concluded fourth season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., in which he played an integral role in securing the Darkhold as well as defeating Aida, aka Madame Hydra, in the real-world. By recurring on the ABC series, Luna effectively introduced Ghost Rider into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Marvel Studios head honcho Kevin Feige ...
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Newly released concept art for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 reveals the work that went into bringing Martinex to life. The character, who appears in the Guardians 3000 comic series as one of the original Guardians, was played by Michael Rosenbaum in a very minor cameo role in Vol. 2 as a member of Stakar Ogord’s (Sylvester Stallone) Ravagers team. Rosenbaum had previously auditioned to play Star-Lord in the first Guardians of the Galaxy.
Since Martinex is essentially a background character in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, you might think that there wouldn’t be too much ...
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Star Wars has no shortage of wonderful and amazing characters populating its galaxy far, far away. Everyone has their favorite. Be it the roguishly charming Han Solo, the mysteriously helmeted Bobba Fett, the lovably oversized Chewie, or the man in black himself, Darth Vader. But you never really hear anyone say, “I wish Wedge Antilles was around more,” do you? Which is a shame, because while they might not have their names up on the marquee or the good fortune to own a jetpack, these bit role players are just as crucial, if not more so, than their more
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Your first look at Neill Blomkamp’s Oats Studios has arrived via a monster-ridden teaser trailer. The District 9 director announced the project back in April, asking his followers on Twitter if they’d be willing to buy “experimental short films” on digital video game retailer Steam as “tests for potential full feature films.” Then, earlier this month, he resurfaced to seemingly confirm that he was moving forward, writing that he was “trying ideas out” and “hoping people get behind [them].”
That the studio will be monster-focused doesn’t come as a surprise. Blomkamp’s best known efforts are all set amidst science fiction dystopias in which aliens and robots often play large roles, from Chappie‘s armour-plated attack androids to District 9‘s sickly extraterrestrials. In fact, for a time, he was was even expected to helm Alien 5, though Alien: Covenant director Ridley Scott recently said that a script was never even written.
The Oats Studios’ “Volume 1” trailer, then, should be familiar fare for Blomkamp’s ...
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