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Last week, actress Leslie Bibb, who plays journalist Christine Everhart in Iron Man and Iron Man 2, posted an Instagram photo with the caption, "everheart...fun day at work today... #marvel." Many fans have wondered if she's reprising the role in Captain America: Civil War, since it's the only Marvel movie in production. Today, we found out that isn't the case, as Leslie Bibb's Christine Everhart is featured in a new viral video for Ant-Man.
In Iron Man, Everhart was a journalist for Vanity Fair, but now she is the anchor of "Whih News Front," with her brief report addressing the aftermath of The Avengers' "conflict in Sokovia" from Avengers: Age of Ultron, and an update on Scott Lang, who is set to be released from prison on July 17, which just happens to be Ant-Man's release date. The Whih Twitter feed also teases that they will have an "exclusive story" on Scott Lang Tuesday, »
Remember Christine Everhart? She was the reporter from Vanity Fair who interviewed Tony Stark towards the beginning of Iron Man, and then reappeared in Iron Man 2. Well, now she has returned once again - and now she has her own show promoting an upcoming special about Ant-Man's Scott Lang! About a week ago, actress Leslie Bibb teased that she was returning to the role of Christine Everhart, and while we assumed at the time that she was going to be in Joe and Anthony Russo's Captain America: Civil War, it looks like we were wrong. Instead, the character has returned as part of a Marvel Studios viral campaign, and she is getting ready to do a very special piece about Paul Rudd's part in Ant-Man. According to the fictional news station's Twitter feed, we'll get to see the full thing next Tuesday: Catch our Exclusive story on #ScottLang Tuesday, »
Last week Leslie Bibb revealed that she’d be reprising the role of reporter Christine Everhart from Iron Man and Iron Man 2, prompting speculation that she could be appearing in the currently-in-production Captain America: Civil War, with her character perhaps even working for The Daily Bugle following the Spider-Man deal between Marvel and Sony.
Well, as it turns out, she was actually shooting a viral video to promote the upcoming release of Ant-Man, with a new promo ‘Whih Newsfront with Christine Everhart’ arriving online today that covers the fallout from the Avengers confrontation with Ultron, as well as the impending release from prison for Scott Lang. Check it out here…
Meanwhile, a featurette has also been released, entitled ‘Just the Small Things’…
The next evolution of the Marvel Cinematic Universe brings a founding member of The Avengers to »
- Gary Collinson
With Ant-Man taking his big screen bow in just fifteen days, a new viral video has come online, in the form of a fake news report that not only references both the events of Avengers: Age of Ultron and the upcoming Marvel Studios Phase Two capper, but also brings back Leslie Bibb’s Christine Everhart, last seen being an annoyance to Tony Stark in Iron Man and Iron Man 2. This is actually a really neat piece of viral marketing, and I really hope we see these videos continue through Marvel’s Phase 3 and beyond. Released: 17th July Synopsis: Armed with the astonishing ability to shrink in scale but increase in strength, master thief Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) must embrace his inner-hero and help his mentor, Dr. Hank Pym (Michael Douglas), protect the secret behind his spectacular Ant-Man suit from a new generation of towering threats. Against seemingly insurmountable obstacles, »
- email@example.com (Tom White)
Speaking with ComicBook.com, Reed says not only would he be happy to return to the story to direct a follow-up, he'd love it to be a prequel about Michael Douglas' character - the original Ant-Man Hank Pym:
"Listen, if we were lucky enough to be able to do a sequel or even a prequel, I'd be way into it. I've really fallen in love with these characters. I was always in love with the characters in the comic book world, but there's a lot of story to tell with Hank Pym.
Growing up reading comics in the late '60s, early '70s, as a really young kid, he's one of the defining characters in the Marvel Comics universe »
- Garth Franklin
Leslie Bibb is reprising her role as Christine Everhart for viral marketing for Marvel Studios' Ant-Man. Bibb teased one week ago that she was returning for more work at Marvel which comic book fans hoped would mean a cameo in Captain America: Civil War but that appears to not be the case. Previously, Bibb played Everhart in iron Man (2008), and Iron Man 2 (2010). In those films, Bibb was a reporter for Vanity Fair but it looks as if she has moved on to another office. Alas, it doesn't appear to be The DailyBugle, the media company Everhart works for in the pages of Marvel Comics. Christine Everhart shares what’s coming up on the next episode of News Front. everheart...fun day at work today... #marvel A photo posted by Leslie Bibb (@mslesliebibb) on Jun 23, 2015 at 2:48pm Pdt »
Captain America: Civil War is already packed with superheroes, villains, and other supporting characters, but if you thought the 2016 blockbuster couldn’t possibly squeeze in a few more players, you’re wrong. The latest addition to the ensemble is actress Leslie Bibb, who will reprise the role of Iron Man character Christine Everheart. everheart...fun day at work today... #marvel A photo posted by Leslie Bibb (@mslesliebibb) on Jun 23, 2015 at 2:48pm Pdt Bibb posted this photo of herself on Instagram earlier this week from Captain America: Civil War’s Atlanta, Georgia set. Since the picture was snapped in a makeup room, we don’t know what scene she just shot or is preparring to shoot, though at minimum we can rule out her battling Baron Zemo or Crossbones in the threequel. Like General Thaddeus Ross, Christine is a Marvel character that »
Bibb didn’t specify which Marvel project she’s working on, but Captain America: Civil War is the only one currently filming, so that’s likely the best bet. In the comics, her character was actually a reporter for the Daily Bugle, but her occupation was changed to Vanity Fair reporter for the McU because, at the time, Marvel didn’t have access to Peter Parker’s famed employer. Now that they do, perhaps Everhart will be working where she truly belongs? We shall see…
- James Garcia
Captain America: Civil War is currently the only Marvel movie in production, with shooting taking place in Atlanta. The studio already confirmed several main cast members when filming got under way back in April. Earlier today, actress Leslie Bibb, who starred as Vanity Fair reporter Christine Everhart in Iron Man and Iron Man 2, shared a photo on her Instagram account today, which teases that she may be reprising her role as the journalist in Captain America: Civil War. Here's her brief message that accompanied the photo.
"everheart...fun day at work today... #marvel"
It's possible that she is reprising her Christina Everheart role for a different Marvel project, but we're not sure what that could be. As far as we know, Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 3 hasn't started production yet, and it isn't known if Marvel's A.K.A. Jessica Jones is still in production or not. Other than those two TV projects, »
It appears the ensemble cast of Captain America: Civil War just got a little bigger with Iron Man 2 actress Leslie Bibb now implying that she will be returning as Vanity Fair magazine reporter Christine Everhart. It was probably overlooked by the big news that Tom Holland will be playing Peter Parker/Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but Bibb posted a photo from her makeup/costume chair on Instagram yesterday with a caption that reads: "everheart...fun day at work today... #marvel." The actress din't specify which Marvel Studios project that she's working on, but the much-anticipated Captain America threequel is the only one that's currently filming. Despite debuting in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as a Vanity Fair reporter, Christine Everhart's original occupation in the Marvel Comics was ironically a reporter for The Daily Bugle, at which Peter Parker has been a longtime employee. The switch was made evidently »
Scarlett Johansson Oscar dress Scarlett Johansson at the Oscars Looking great in a long purple dress, Scarlett Johansson displays her tight-fitting costume and bare back at the 83rd Academy Awards held on Feb. 27 at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood. Oscar 2011 co-host and Best Actor nominee James Franco (for Danny Boyle's 127 Hours) thus introduced Johansson and fellow Oscar presenter Matthew McConaughey: "I am six degrees of Kevin Bacon away from our next two presenters. Figure it out on the Internet." Well, if you're lucky. Some have remarked that Franco was a more effective Oscar host online, where he tweeted some of the evening's to-dos, than on the stage of the Kodak Theatre. His fellow equally panned Oscarcast host was actress Anne Hathaway. Scarlett Johansson movies Scarlett Johansson has been featured in more than 40 films since her debut at age 10 in Rob Reiner's North, back in 1994. Johansson, in fact, »
- D. Zhea
Gwyneth Paltrow silver dress on the Oscars' Red Carpet Gwyneth Paltrow at the Academy Awards Donning a shining silver dress, Gwyneth Paltrow arrives at the 2011 Academy Awards held on Feb. 27 at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood. Paltrow's latest movie, Country Strong, was up for a Best Song Oscar. It lost to the Toy Story 3 ditty "We Belong Together," by Randy Newman. More than a decade ago, Gwyneth Paltrow took home the Best Actress Oscar for John Madden's Shakespeare in Love (1998), a romantic comedy-drama also featuring Joseph Fiennes (as William Shakespeare), Judi Dench, Geoffrey Rush, and this year's Best Actor Oscar winner, Colin Firth (The King's Speech). Paltrow's (moderately) gender-bending Shakespeare in Love heroine remains her only Oscar-nominated performance to date. Directed by Shana Feste, Country Strong fared decently at the U.S. box office, but not as well as some had expected. Besides Gwyneth Paltrow, the cast includes »
- D. Zhea
"If it's secret and elite, it can't be good." Hill Harper's character Will Beckford had some good instincts about the his fate in the 2000 cult classic, "The Skulls." It's hard to believe it's been 15 years since the release of the psychological thriller -- starring Harper, Joshua Jackson, Paul Walker and Leslie Bibb -- which was based on conspiracy theories surrounding Yale University's Skull and Bones student society. toofab's Rachel Hoffman caught up with Hill to talk about the film's milestone anniversary, where he opened up about making the movie, working with the late Paul Walker and who he still stays in touch with from the cast. Check out the full interview with the actor below, and click "Launch Gallery" above to see what he and the rest of his costars have been up to since the movie's release. Do you remember your first day on set? My first day »
- tooFab Staff
“Friends” star Matthew Perry‘s newest series takes one of television’s oldest premises into 2015 on CBS’s remake based on Neil Simon’s 1965 play, “The Odd Couple,” which was also made into the 1968 film and an ABC sitcom during the early-70s. In accordance with the Simon premise, CBS’s 2015 version finds sloppy Oscar Madison (Perry), a sports radio host, welcoming his college pal Felix Unger (“Newsreaders” actor Thomas Lennon) into his home after separating from his wife. An allergy-prone neat freak, Felix proceeds to clean Oscar’s home, alienate Oscar’s sports buddies and endear himself to Oscar’s beautiful neighbor, »
- Jethro Nededog
The latest version of "The Odd Couple" will premiere tonight at 8:30 on CBS, a few weeks shy of the 50th anniversary of Felix Unger and Oscar Madison's Broadway debut. In the five decades since, Neil Simon's play has proved remarkably flexible, capable of working as a movie and a sitcom, as well as a play, with different actors as compulsive cleaner Felix and unrepentant slob Oscar, even at times change the characters' race or gender. But the CBS version is the first to suggest the concept has lost its elasticity. It feels like nothing so much as a sock that won't stay up on its own, but which you can't throw out because you've had it around forever. This time around, Matthew Perry is Oscar and Thomas Lennon is Felix. Producer Bob Daily ("Frasier," "Desperate Housewives") has made a few nods to the changing era — Oscar is now »
- Alan Sepinwall
With “Two and a Half Men” signing off, CBS will try to fill the void by shrinking the formula to two admittedly very familiar men, named Felix and Oscar. Matthew Perry completes his potentially dubious post-“Friends” hat trick — having starred in comedies for NBC and ABC as well — with this reboot of “The Odd Couple,” a beloved series that still derives some kick from Neil Simon’s blueprint, but also feels especially dated in this day and age, what with Felix as the nonsexual spouse, essentially, to Oscar’s slovenly husband. Good casting provides some hope, but this still feels oh-so-20th century.
Only a few lines from Simon’s original make it into the pilot, but they provide a spiritual link to the source. In addition, Garry Marshall, who adapted the show to TV, serves as a consultant, with Bob Daily, an alum of “Frasier” and “Desperate Housewives, »
- Brian Lowry
A decade in rehab has failed to tame abrasive former supermodel Salem Rogers (Leslie Bibb, About a Boy), Model of the Year 1998. Now that she’s been let loose on the world, hard-partying Salem is intent on recreating her former success and glamorous lifestyle in a new world she barely recognizes. She tracks down her browbeaten former assistant (SNL alum Rachel Dratch), who’s since built a career as an author of self-help books, and stops at nothing to enlist her in her plans to return to the spotlight – whatever it takes.
Discovered through Amazon Studios’ open submission website, Salem Rogers was created by newcomer Lindsey Stoddart, directed by Mark Waters (Mean Girls) and executive produced by Will Graham (The Onion News Network). In addition to Bibb and Dratch, the half-hour comedy stars Jane Kaczmarek (Malcolm in the Middle), Brad Morris (Playing House), Harry Hamlin (Mad Men), Toks Olagundoye (The Neighbors »
The “Napoleon Dynamite” magic fails to re-materialize in Jared and Jerusha Hess’ latest comedy. “Don Verdean” has a promising premise: The titular protagonist is a self-appointed “biblical archaeologist” roaming the globe for famous relics that have mysteriously evaded far more qualified experts for centuries. But the expected satire of religious gullibility and charlatanism proves toothless; worse, a cast of very funny people is given very little funny to do. This Lionsgate title (its release Tba) looks to make its primary, modest impact in ancillary formats.
Things look encouraging enough at the outset, as we are privy to a highlight reel of low-end video clips from “Verdeen Acheological Discovery Prods.,” in which Sam Rockwell’s intrepid explorer for Jesus is seen allegedly wowing international audiences of the faithful with his amazing — or perhaps just credulity-stretching — finds in the Holy Land dirt. It seems whenever he thinks of a key memento from a biblical story, »
- Dennis Harvey
In the above clip, Danny McBride, who plays Tony Lazarus attempts to proposition biblical archaeologist Don Verdean (Sam Rockwell) to come work for his church the Lazarus fellowship. After offering to bankroll his endeavors, Leslie Bibb who plays Joylinda Lazarus, helps drive the nail in the coffin, so to speak. After very little actual convincing, Verdean willingly obliges. “I think it’s fair to say this might be a match made in heaven,” says Verdean with an obviously bad religious pun.
Don Verdean follows the title character (Sam Rockwell), a Biblical archaeologist hired by the local church pastor to find faith-promoting relics in the Holy Land. After proving unsuccessful in his attempts to find anything of substance, »
- William Fanelli
Salem Rogers, Season 1, Episode 1: “Pilot”
Written by Lindsey Stoddart
Directed by Mark Waters
Released January 15, 2015 by Amazon
Throughout the various incarnations of the Amazon pilot releases, the streaming service has sought to strike a balance between comedic and dramatic fare. The streaming service’s latest round of pilots was no exception in this regard, and one of their forays into comedy comes in the form of Salem Rogers. Marking the writing debut of actress Lindsey Stoddart, the show focuses on the exploits of a former supermodel trying to re-enter the world after a decade in rehab, with her hapless former assistant turned attempted self-help guru in tow. Unfortunately, the pilot suffers from a degree of indecision about what direction it wants a potential series to go in, which is reflected in the writing and pulls down the episode, despite the best efforts of the talented cast. »
- Deepayan Sengupta
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