Daredevil became one of Netflix's biggest hits, and led the way for future Marvel series like Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, The Defenders, and soon The Punisher. Cox is in the unique position of having watched each of these Marvel series constructed from the ground-up, observing fan and media buzz, and participating in a full-blown pop-culture phenomenon. So, where does Daredevil go from here?
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Following the events of The Defenders (no spoilers), there remains big
Daredevil Season 2 alone gave us Elektra, Frank Castle, and The Hand! Consequently, when each series is renewed (or a new series is announced), there's understandable excitement and speculation regarding who else might pop-up -- we've certainly written several articles on this topic! The Punisher arrives on Netflix this fall,
While those are all well and good, it would be in the studio’s best interests to inject some new blood into this corner of the Marvel Cinematic Universe to keep it fresh. By the time The Defenders season 2 rolls out – it hasn’t been confirmed just yet, mind you, but it’s surely a cert – we want to see the likes of Jessica Jones and Luke Cage team up with some different heroes.
But which new characters would be perfect fits for the gritty, grounded – but with a mystical edge – world of the Marvel/Netflix series?
So that’s it for another Strictly week! We’ve made it past the half way point of the series, and things are starting to hot up on the Strictly dancefloor.
I’m sorry this weekend has been a bit...alternative, but I’m in the liveblog chair every week now until the very end. So that’s pre-Blackpool, Blackpool, post-Blackpool, quarter-finals, semi-finals, Grand Final. Thank you as ever for joining in, have a brilliant week, and I’ll see you at 6.55pm next Saturday!
Laura and Giovanni take to the floor to shaggy-haired 80s crooner Michael Bolton’s ‘How Am I Supposed To Live Without You?’ Think of the lie-ins, Laura.
All the judges vote to keep Ore and Joanne, which means Laura And Giovanni are out of Strictly.
Whovians! More Doctor Who Pop!s are coming!
Grab these variations on the Tenth, Eleventh, and Twelfth Doctors, as well as the War Doctor.
Davros even comes as a special super-sized 6″ Pop!
Add them to your wibbly-wobbly timey-wimey collection this August!
Pop into the time machine here!
Reuniting stars Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy, Jennifer Lawrence, Nicholas Hoult, and Rose Byrne, Bryan Singer’s film brings Oscar Isaac aboard as the titular villain, the first mutant of all, who has a plan to destroy all of mankind (I guess he’s grouchy after sleeping for a couple of millennia).
It’s being touted as the third in a trilogy, so check out X-men: First Class and X-men: Days Of Future Past to get up to speed before the end days!
Spelthorne Community Television, which is named after the district from which Baron Cohen’s character Ali G came from, will specialize in creating scripted TV comedy and comedy entertainment content with a “strong focus on innovation and new ideas.” Through this company the duo will support new and emerging comedy writers and performers with “bold ambition.”
Baron Cohen’s relationship with Newman and Channel 4 reaches back to the 1990s. Baron Cohen made his debut in 1998 on Channel 4’s “The 11 O’clock Show,” where he worked with Newman, who was the show’s producer. Baron Cohen’s TV series “Da Ali G Show” also aired on Channel 4. It won two BAFTA TV awards and
Several months later, I encountered him again at The Independent Spirit Awards, in Santa Monica. I went up
Robert Evans: The Kid Is Alright
I interviewed legendary Hollywood producer Robert Evans in 2002 for Venice Magazine, in conjunction with the release of the documentary "The Kid Stays in the Picture," adapted from his iconic autobiography and audiobook. Our chat took place at Woodland, Evans' storied estate in Beverly Hills, in his equally famous screening room, which mysteriously burned down a couple years later. Evans was still physically frail, having recently survived a series of strokes, but his mind, his wit and his charm were sharp as ever, with near total recall for people, places and stories. Many, many stories. Here are a few of them.
It’s a widely-held belief that the years 1967-76 represent the “golden age” of American cinema. Just look at a few of these titles: Rosemary’s Baby,
Bend It Like Beckham, with a modest estimated budget of £3.7 million, opened that same year and became a critical and commercial success - breaking box office records and scoring BAFTA and Golden Globe nominations, as well as making household names of many of its stars.
As the cast continues preparing for the West End stage adaptation of Gurinder Chadha's screen hit ahead of previews on May 15, find out what the movie's ensemble cast went on to achieve - including who is coming back for the musical...
Parminder Nagra (Jess Bhamra)
Nominated for Best Newcomer at the Empire Awards on the back of the movie's success, Parminder went
In the next part of his series, Alex talks us through the film careers of the second and fourth Doctors, Patrick Troughton and Tom Baker...
Read Alex's retrospective on the film careers of William Hartnell and Jon Pertwee, here.
Like their fellow Time Lord actors, William Hartnell and Jon Pertwee, Patrick Troughton and Tom Baker also shared certain genres of film. Both appeared, before and after their time as the Doctor, in horror movies and both worked on Ray Harryhausen Sinbad films.
Patrick George Troughton was born in Mill Hill, London on March 25th 1920. He made his film debut aged 28 in the 1948 B-Movie The Escape. Troughton's was a very minor role. Among the better known cast was William Hartnell, though even Hartnell's role was small and the two didn't share any scenes together. From the late Forties, Troughton found more success on the small screen,
The dynamic (and diminutive) duo first hit our small screens in Byker Grove and have gone on to become a fixture of prime-time telly viewing with Bgt and their Saturday Night Takeaway.
We celebrate Ant & Dec's career successes - from paintballing to motorboating - below:
1. He can't see man!
"He can't see man!!" Dec points out the obvious as Ant lies blinded by paint after an illegal paintballing contest on Byker Grove.
2. Not stable...
Dec makes an earnest-looking stable boy in his sadly uncredited appearance in an adaptation of Catherine Cookson's The Cinder Path in '94.
3. Ant & Dec knighted
Ant & Dec dressed as knights at Knebworth House. Just because.
4. Let's Get Ready...
It's the Geordie answer to the Blues Brothers (sort of), as the duo perform as Pj & Duncan at the Royal Albert Hall back in 1996.
5. Trio of TV fun
Here is an event where thousands of geeks come together and celebrate pop culture in a safe place. It comes as no surprise if you witness Captain America walking hand-in-hand with Wonder Woman or Princess Leia accompanied by Doctor Who to a panel featuring actors from "RoboCop." No one's judging anyone at Sci-Fi Expo.
This year's convention upped the expectations of event goers once again. Academy Award-winner Richard Dreyfuss was in attendance to meet and greet the masses. Peter Weller and
Juliette chats to Atlantis lead Jack Donnelly about myths, action, stabbing himself on set and bribing horses with polo mints...
Jack Donnelly is living the dream. Having grown up the eldest of four brothers, playing with “every weapon going,” and a big fan of fantasy who’d love to go to Comic-Con “just because of the other shows that are there!” the part of swash-buckling adventurer Jason is a dream come true for the young actor probably best known from House of Anubis or as Misfits’ White Rabbit (though he has also carried out the obligatory British Actor Apprenticeship of being in Doctors). “I’ve been out of drama school six years, and you hope you get any job, you just want to work,” Donnelly says. “All the way through the auditions for this I was doing catering for private parties, topping up champagne glasses and handing out food.
A host of female celebrities - including Alex Jones, Sheridan Smith and Jo Wood - will spend a day without their makeup to help raise money for the BBC fundraiser on November 8.
Former Strictly Come Dancing judge Arlene Phillips will also take part in the campaign, which asks women to go makeup-free for the day and pop on a Post Office Pawprint instead.
"Pop a Pudsey Pawprint on instead of your makeup on Friday, November 8 to help make a difference to young lives across the UK; every penny raised really will help!" Sheridan Smith said.
The One Show's Jones added: "There are so many children and young people across the UK who need our help, so how could I say no to the BBC Children in Need Bearfaced campaign? Join me and hundreds of other women going Bearfaced November 8th.
Anyone else in the AC universe you would like to see? Let us know in the comments, but as for me, an Aveline would be at the top of my list.
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