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Ghost Rider is a supernatural entity that takes over a human host.
When cursed, the host looks skeletal and their head appears to be in flames. That's hellfire, my friends.
Ghost Rider also rides a motorcycle that appears to defy gravity and goes faster than all other vehicles.
The entity seeks out souls and forces them to feel the pain equal to that they've inflicted on all others. »
- Carissa Pavlica
They've set me loose in Ballroom 20 with a laptop and my own discretion, so I'm going to type away and update as I go. Here's hoping I don't drop anything. Forgive any typos. [3:03 Pdt] - Jeph Loeb has come to moderate and we're getting the room warmed up. Today is about saying thank you to the fans and for their support and---oh hai Clark Gregg. [3:05 Pdt] - Clark wants to do "The Thing" but Jeph says he has to thank people. Lots of folks at Marvel, at ABC. Also, we've mentioned the new timeslot multiple times. [3:10 Pdt] - Introducing the panel. Who's on the panel? Jeff Lee, Maurissa Tancharoen, Jed Whedon, Henry Simmons, Iain De Caestecker, Elizabeth Henstridge, Ming-Na Wen, Chloe Bennet, and Clark Gregg. [3:12 Pst] Sizzle reel of all the awesome things that happened last season. Lots of ass kicking, 'splosions, all the cool story elements are here. Basically, it's one whole reminder »
- Geek Girl Diva
The convention center won’t be the only place to see your favorite stars in San Diego next week. Legendary Digital Networks returns to Petco Park July 20th–24th. Nerdist and Geek & Sundry will be on hand to host panels with the cast and crew of genre shows and films including Fear The Walking Dead, Ash vs Evil Dead, Adam Wingard’s The Woods, Preacher, and more:
Press Release:Los Angeles, CA (July 13, 2016) – Legendary Digital Networks will once again head down to San Diego for a 4-day takeover of Petco Park for a third year for Camp Conival: a trip back in time to everything that you loved about summer camp. Headlined by Nerdist and Geek & Sundry, programming highlights include panels and interviews with some of the biggest names in entertainment. Confirmed talent stopping by Camp Conival include: Luc Besson (Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets), Misha Collins, Cara »
- Derek Anderson
In the first season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Coulson (Clark Gregg) and his team took down The Clairvoyant (Bill Paxton). In season 2, it was revealed that Skye is actually Marvel Comics superhero Daisy Johnson aka Quake as the team dealt with betrayal, Hydra, anti-s.H.I.E.L.D. government operatives and the recently discovered Inhumans. In season 3, the conflict with the Inhumans stepped to the forefront as Coulson and Quake assembled their team of Secret Warriors to battle Hive and the remnants of Hydra. In retrospect, the show has made tremendous strides from season one to season three and has covered a lot of ground in respect to the development of its main characters. Case in point, when season 4 opens, we'll find Quake in a very dark place. Chloe Bennet tells EW, "The two people who know she [was ready to succumb to Hive] are both dead, so no one else knows. There must be »
Attention Marvel fans! Your favorite stars from Marvel Television are taking over San Diego Comic-Con. The upcoming panels will feature first look footages, exclusive signing events and an inside look into the world of Marvel.
The fun kicks off Thursday, July 21st, with the first-ever San Diego Comic-Con Marvel and Netflix panel session. Moderated by Jeph Loeb (Marvel’s Head of Television and Executive Producer), The Netflix Original Series: Marvel’s Luke Cage panel will feature the first ever appearance of the star-studded cast including fan-favorite Mike Colter (Luke Cage), Alfre Woodard, Mahershala Ali, Theo Rossi, Simone Missick, Frank Whaley and showrunner and Executive Producer, Cheo Hodari Coker. This panel promises to deliver exclusive updates on the latest Marvel Television and Netflix series that fans won't want to miss. Follow @lukecage on Twitter and #lukecage for the latest.
- Kellvin Chavez
We know that Doctor Strange and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 are set to feature as part of Marvel Studios’ Hall H presentation at San Diego Comic-Con next month, and now Marvel Television has released details of its full line-up, which includes the first ever appearance from the cast of Luke Cage.
Here’s the full details from the official press release:
The fun kicks off Thursday, July 21st, with the first-ever San Diego Comic-Con Marvel and Netflix panel session. Moderated by Jeph Loeb (Marvel’s Head of Television and Executive Producer), The Netflix Original Series: Marvel’s Luke Cage panel will feature the first ever appearance of the star-studded cast including fan-favorite Mike Colter (Luke Cage), Alfre Woodard, Mahershala Ali, Theo Rossi, Simone Missick, Frank Whaley and showrunner and Executive Producer, Cheo Hodari Coker. This panel promises to deliver exclusive updates on the latest Marvel Television and Netflix »
- Gary Collinson
Last summer, ABC resurrected the BattleBots TV show. It performed well enough in the ratings for the network to bring it back and order even more episodes. How will it perform this time around? Will it be cancelled or renewed for a third season? Stay tuned.
On the new version of BattleBots, the next generation of killer robots fight each other for the win. They're bigger, faster, and stronger than ever before. Episodes focus on the design and building of each robot, the bot builders' backstories, their intense pursuit of the championship, and the spectacle of the event. Commenting on and judging the action are Chris Rose, Kenny Florian, Samantha Ponder, Alison Haislip, Fon Davis, Jessica Chobot, Faruq Tauheed, and Clark Gregg.
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TV father figures Mr. Feeny (William Daniels) , “Boy Meets World” The Matthews’ next-door neighbor was also Cory’s (Ben Savage) teacher and eventually his principal, offering sagely advice throughout his young life. He’ll probably still be at it in the sequel series, “Girl Meets World.” Joey Gladstone (Dave Coulier), “Full House” Uncle Joey had his puppets and his nieces, but no kids. Still, he played an essential role in helping raise Danny’s (Bob Saget) girls. Uncle Jesse (John Stamos) would have made this list, but he eventually had twins of his own. Phil Coulson (Clark Gregg), on “Marvel »
- TheWrap Staff
Why did Jude Law turn down playing the Man of Steel in Superman Returns? Which Marvel character is The Walking Dead star Norman Reedus interested in playing? What can you expect from the Suicide Squad takeover of Comic-Con this summer? What does Clark Gregg have to say about the new Shield director? All that and […]
- Ethan Anderton
The final scene of the season 3 finale of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. brought with it a few surprising revelations. After a short flash-forward it came to light that Daisy was actually on the run from her former teammates, and Phil Coulson was no longer the Director of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Fans have speculated about which character might have taken over since, but it turns out even actor Clark Gregg isn’t sure – or at least, that’s what he told EW when they quizzed him about it.
I was not given a clear answer. I don’t know that it’s been determined. I thought I was going to find out when I saw Civil War, but it’s not at all clear. It all depends when the glorious Nick Fury returns from the cold and the shadows. I suspect, in the wake of the Sokovia »
- Mark Cassidy
Clark Gregg Teases Future of S.H.I.E.L.D. on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. When season three of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. ended, we were left with a new shift in power at S.H.I.E.L.D. as we learned that Phil Coulson (Clark Gregg) is back to being an agent. Gregg touched on the organization’s future. There was a cliffhanger by the […] »
- Mufsin Mahbub
Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s third season concluded with a head scratcher; after Lincoln sacrificed himself to help save the world from Hive, the series skipped ahead six months, showing the team now hunting a fugitive Daisy, and most surprsingly, Phil Coulson (Clark Gregg) back to being an agent, no longer the Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. When asked by Entertainment Weekly if he knew who the new director is, Gregg said he was unsure. "I was not given a clear answer," Gregg said. "I don’t know that it’s been determined. I thought I was going to find out when I saw Civil War, but it’s not at all clear. It all depends when the glorious Nick Fury returns from the cold and the shadows. I suspect, in the wake of the Sokovia Accords and the end of Civil War, the people involved in choosing who the director of S. »
Rob Leane Jul 23, 2016
Now it's been revealed, with a short video from San Diego Comic-Con, that the fiery-skulled antihero will be joining Marvel's Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 4...
Vengeance comes this fall to Marvel's @AgentsofSHIELD.https://t.co/dh23qUsLpP
— Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) July 23, 2016
Gabriel Luna (of True Detective) will be playing the Robby Reyes version of Ghost Rider, a different incarnation than Nic Cage's Johnny Blaze. In the comics, Robby was bonded with the Spirit of Vengeance after a misunderstanding, and tried to murder only truly evil people.
Here's a picture of Luna and Robby...
And here's another video clip from Sdcc, where Robby's car was revealed...
Just revealed »
The 30-day campaign to raise the funds launched May 17. It had raised $255,853 from 3,273 backers as of 1 p.m. on Saturday, its 17th day.
“Lullaby” centers on an aging reporter whose family mysteriously died years earlier. Palahniuk wrote the novel during the trial of a man who was convicted of murdering his father.
“The support has been very gratifying,” Palahniuk told Variety. “I’m planning to go to locations to watch it get shot but I really want it to be Andy’s movie, too. He’s the one who’s really making this happen.”
Palahniuk noted that he’s working with Mingo on the trailer for the “Fight Club »
- Dave McNary
How is DC Comics Rebirth changing the DC Comics universe? Which actors looked the most bored in X-Men: Apocalypse? Why is Rose McGowan pissed off about an X-Men: Apocalypse billboard in Los Angeles? What does Clark Gregg think of the Captain America twist in the comics? All that and more in this edition of Superhero […]
The post Superhero Bits: Batman’s New Sidekick, X-Men Billboard Controversy, Wolverine Set Photos & More appeared first on /Film. »
- Ethan Anderton
Unified Pictures has reached an agreement with Vancouver-based Look to the Sky Films to join its recently announced slate fund, Variety has learned exclusively.
The fund, which will produce at least three films annually with budgets up to $15 million, was announced in May at the Cannes Film Festival. Lorenzo di Bonaventura is teaming with Unified Pictures on the drama “American Violence” as the first project in the fund with Canadian venture firm Victory Square Labs.
In addition to bringing further capital into the fund, Look to the Sky will provide ongoing production support for films set to shoot in Canada.
“We are very pleased to increase the scope of the fund’s reach with the addition of Look to the Sky, and while not all of the films will be Canadian based, it is comforting to have local support on the films we earmark for Vancouver,” said Unified Pictures founder Keith Kjarval. »
- Dave McNary
The Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 3 finale arrived with a big tease of things to come. With major spoilers, here’s our take...
Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. has done it again – concluded a season with a big tease about something from the comics. Last year, they had us talking about the Secret Warriors, and this time around it’s Life Model Decoys. Daisy’s fate, the new director, and the double-death of Hive and Lincoln are also hefty talking points. They crammed a lot in didn’t they?
Here’s our attempt to break it all down, and work out what the conclusion of Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 3 means for the future of the show...
The actual ending
If the ‘six months later’ section was the televised equivalent of an extended post-credits tease of things to come, »
Although it may seem like Samuel L. Jackson is in everything these days, he.s still only one man. He can.t be in multiple places at once, and that presented some trouble in the early days of the Marvel Cinematic Universe . when his on-screen counterpart Nick Fury actually seemed to be everywhere. However, the limitations of Jackson.s involvement in the McU actually turned into a blessing for some early characters. We.ve just learned that a now-fan-favorite agent of S.H.I.E.L.D owes his increased role in the McU to Samuel L. Jackson.s behind-the-scenes negotiations with Marvel. During a recent appearance on Kevin Smith.s Fatman on Batman podcast, screenwriter Zack Stentz revealed that actor Clark Gregg owes his role in Thor to Samuel L. Jackson.s delaying tactics during negotiations. They knew they wanted to use the shady government organization as the first »
Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. wraps up its third season with a two-part showdown between Hive and Coulson’s gang...
This review contains spoilers
21 & 22 Absolution & Ascension
Absolution kicked off with a rather strange opening scene, seemingly on the planet Maveth, with Daisy attempting to rejig some wiring while Coulson looks sad. Everyone else, apparently, is dead. Part of me thought that Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. was showing us the end of the story first, Fight Club-style, but this scene ended up being a dream sequence. It was totally irrelevant to the two-parter season finale that followed. Odd.
So, the season 3 finale didn’t exactly start by putting its best foot forward. But from there things soon started to look up. We had some cool spy stuff, with Fitz using motion capture and a green screen to secure the code needed to shut down Hive’s nuke. Followed quickly by »
Spoilers: Do not read on unless you’ve seen the “Agents of Shield” Season 3 finale, Episodes 21 and 22, titled “Absolution” and “Ascension.”
“Marvel’s Agents of Shield” capped off its Season 3 finale with a heartbreaking twist, which saw Lincoln (Luke Mitchell) sacrifice himself to take down Hive (Brett Dalton) — leaving both characters dead and Daisy (Chloe Bennet) devastated. But in true “Shield” fashion, the shocks didn’t stop there, as the episode then jumped ahead six months, revealing that Daisy was no longer with Shield, and Coulson (Clark Gregg) was no longer Director of the agency — with him and Mack (Henry Simmons) on the hunt for their former operative, who was traveling incognito and leaving a trail of seismic destruction in her wake. Elsewhere, Holden Radcliffe (John Hannah) was celebrating the “birth” of his Artificial Intelligence creation Aida, in the form of a Life Model Decoy — a concept that Marvel fans »
- Laura Prudom
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