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First teaser poster for Marvel’s Daredevil season 3

Marvel’s chief creative officer Joe Quesada has kicked off the promotion for the upcoming third season of Daredevil with the release of an illustrated poster for Netflix’s superhero show.

Season three of Daredevil is expected to incorporate elements of the classic ‘Born Again’ comic book arc, and sees Charlie Cox (Matt Murdoch/Daredevil), Deborah Ann Woll (Karen Page), Elden Henson (Foggy Nelson) and Vincent D’Onofrio (Wilson Fisk/The Kingpin) all returning to the cast alongside new additions Joanne Whalley (Wolf Hall) as Sister Maggie and Wilson Bethel (Hart of Dixe) as an FBI agent.

Look for Daredevil season three on Netflix later this year.

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Daredevil Season 3 Artwork Cordially Invites You Into Hell’s Kitchen

The Devil of Hell’s Kitchen leaps into action in this stunning, blood-red artwork for Daredevil season 3.

Initially shared by Marvel chief creative officer, Joe Quesada (h/t Heroic Hollywood), the promotional image features a giant ‘Dd’ rooftop sign, which appears to be perched on top of an apartment block in New York City – Hell’s Kitchen, to be specific.

But for Matt Murdock’s visually impaired crusader, it’s just another vantage point from which he’s able to track and monitor NYC’s criminal underbelly, one in which he’ll likely cross paths with Vincent D’Onofrio’s scenery-chewing baddie, Wilson Fisk. Chances are Marvel’s Kingpin will be facing trial when Daredevil season 3 returns to our screens, while earlier set photos hinted at Karen Page’s role in the grand scheme of things.

Beyond that, there are precious few story details currently available for Daredevil‘s third season,
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Daredevil season 3 adds Joanne Whalley as Sister Maggie

While we don’t know the premiere date for the third season of Netflix’s Daredevil just yet, we have more news on who will appear in the season. According to Deadline, the show has cast Joanne Whalley (The White Princess) in the role of Sister Maggie.

Daredevil fans will know the name Sister Maggie from the ‘Born Again’ storyline by Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli, a fan-favourite storyline that reinvented Daredevil in the 80s. Season 3 will be influenced by the storyline, as hinted at in the final moments of The Defenders where Charlie Cox’s Matt Murdock, who was thought to have died in the events of the finale, wakes up in a convent with a nun telling someone to “get Maggie”. Maggie helps heal Matt back to health, but has a deep connection to his past.

Daredevil‘s third season sees Erik Oleson showrunning the new season, replacing
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Remembering Kubrick Actress Gray Pt.2: From The Killing to Leech Woman and Off-Screen School Prayer Amendment Fighter

Coleen Gray in 'The Sleeping City' with Richard Conte. Coleen Gray after Fox: B Westerns and films noirs (See previous post: “Coleen Gray Actress: From Red River to Film Noir 'Good Girls'.”) Regarding the demise of her Fox career (the year after her divorce from Rod Amateau), Coleen Gray would recall for Confessions of a Scream Queen author Matt Beckoff: I thought that was the end of the world and that I was a total failure. I was a mass of insecurity and depended on agents. … Whether it was an 'A' picture or a 'B' picture didn't bother me. It could be a Western movie, a sci-fi film. A job was a job. You did the best with the script that you had. Fox had dropped Gray at a time of dramatic upheavals in the American film industry: fast-dwindling box office receipts as a result of competition from television,
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Popular Disney Actor and Broadway Performer Jones Dead at 84

Dean Jones: Actor in Disney movies. Dean Jones dead at 84: Actor in Disney movies 'The Love Bug,' 'That Darn Cat!' Dean Jones, best known for playing befuddled heroes in 1960s Walt Disney movies such as That Darn Cat! and The Love Bug, died of complications from Parkinson's disease on Tue., Sept. 1, '15, in Los Angeles. Jones (born on Jan. 25, 1931, in Decatur, Alabama) was 84. Dean Jones movies Dean Jones began his Hollywood career in the mid-'50s, when he was featured in bit parts – at times uncredited – in a handful of films at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer In 2009 interview for Christianity Today, Jones recalled playing his first scene (in These Wilder Years) with veteran James Cagney, who told him “Walk to your mark and remember your lines” – supposedly a lesson he would take to heart. At MGM, bit player Jones would also be featured in Robert Wise's
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Bart & Fleming: Sony Hack Sea Change; ‘Selma’s Lbj Problem; ‘Unbroken’s Early Ending; ‘Foxcatcher’ Furor

Bart & Fleming: Sony Hack Sea Change; ‘Selma’s Lbj Problem; ‘Unbroken’s Early Ending; ‘Foxcatcher’ Furor
Peter Bart and Mike Fleming Jr. worked together for two decades at Daily Variety. In this weekly column, two old friends get together and grind their axes, mostly on the movie business.

Bart: Before we plunge into 2015, it’s worth revisiting the Sony Saga one more time to acknowledge that some things will never be the same. If studio executives in the future feel inhibited about sending prematurely ejaculated emails, for example, how are they going to they keep their cool? Calling Adam Sandler an asshole and Leonardo “despicable” was clearly an important form of emotional release. The human resources apparatchiks likely will recommend meditation (I’m dubious). Or anger management (more dubious). Pot might help (less dubious).

Fleming: I am reasonably sure that nothing in those emails surprised the people receiving the abuse. Or at least not their reps, who probably heard the same thing verbally. We’re all so time-pressed,
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2013 Eisner Award Winners Announced

The 2013 Eisner Award Winners have been announced at San Diego Comic-Con with Chris Ware leading the wins for his celebrated work Building Stories, alongside Brian K Vaughan and Fiona Staples’ Saga which also won a number of awards.

The Eisners are awarded each year at the San Diego Comic-Con and are the most prestigious awards in the comics industry, being the comics equivalent of the Oscars.

The Eisners are named after Will Eisner, one of the most celebrated artist/writers in comics whose works included creating the superhero series The Spirit as well as his masterpiece, A Contract with God, one of the best books of the 20th century.

This year saw artist/writer Chris Ware pick up the lion’s share of the awards for his book/construction project Building Stories, winning Best New Graphic Album, Best Writer/Artist, Best Lettering, and Best Publication Design.

Also among the winners

Full List of 2013 Eisner Award Nominees Released

Comic-Con International has released the complete list of nominees for the 2013 Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards. The winners of the award will be revealed during the annual ceremony held at Comic-Con International in San Diego on July 19.

Official Press Release

Comic-Con International (Comic-Con) is proud to announce the nominations for the Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards 2013. The nominees, chosen by a blue-ribbon panel of judges, reflect the wide range of material being published in comics and graphic novel form today, from crime noire to autobiographical works to cartoon adventures.

Three titles lead the 2013 list with 5 nominations each. Chris Ware’s critically acclaimed Building Stories (published by Pantheon) has nods for Best Graphic Album–New, Best Writer/artist, Best Coloring, Best Lettering, and Best Publication Design. Also garnering 5 nominations are Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips’s Fatale (published by Image) and Matt Fraction and David Aja’s Hawkeye (published by Marvel
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Eisner Awards 2013 Nominations Announced; “Hawkeye”, “Fatale”, “Building Stories” Lead

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Comic-Con International is proud to announce the nominations for the Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards of 2013. The nominees, chosen by a blue-ribbon panel of judges, reflect the wide range of material being published in comics and graphic novel form today, from crime noir to autobiographical works to cartoon adventures. Three titles lead the 2013 list with 5 nominations each.

Chris Ware’s critically acclaimed Building Stories (published by Pantheon) has nods for Best Graphic Album–New, Best Writer/artist, Best Coloring, Best Lettering, and Best Publication Design. Also garnering 5 nominations are Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips’s Fatale (published by Image) and Matt Fraction and David Aja’s Hawkeye (published by Marvel). Both are nominated for Best Continuing Series, Best New Series, Best Writer, Best Penciller/Inker, and Best Cover Artist. (Fatale also shares the coloring nomination for Dave Stewart.)Close behind with 4 nominations are Boom!/kaboom’s Adventure Time (Best New Series,
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This Week in Comics – 1/17/10

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This week I seem to be out to prove that I’m not a pessimist, because I’m picking things that I actually want to read. In fact, I don’t make fun of a single book this week. What the hell is wrong with me?

Don’t worry, there’s nothing wrong with me. Comics just happen to be delightful this week.

Welcome to This Week in Comics, where every day is a comic book, and some weeks, as you’ll find out, are more promising than others.

Monday

First Issues. You really should have seen this one coming.

Joe The Barbarian #1 (of

(Grant Morrison/Sean Murphy)

Vertigo/DC Comics

It’s a good thing Grant Morrison treats his superhero comics as serious business or the infrequency of his creator-owned stuff would frustrate. The plot to Joe the Barbarian sounds a bit like a kids’ version of Flex Mentallo:
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