More and more each year, the hardcore San Diego Comic-Con loyalists bemoan the presence of TV and movies that have little to do with comics or comic culture at large, but in this case, we don't mind one bit. 'How I Met Your Mother' will make its first (and only) appearance as a panel at Comic-Con 2013, but which stars will be in attendance, and what can we see from the final season?
Seeing as the 'S.H.I.E.L.D.' TV series pilot has officially wrapped production, it may be a while yet before ABC or Marvel release any official photos or footage from the Joss Whedon-directed pilot. And though ABC has yet to issue an official pickup for the Marvel-produced 'Avengers' continuation, fans are no doubt eagerly anticipating seeing some of their favorite movie characters on the small screen, but what does Joss Whedon himself have to say? The director issues new comments onf the 'S.H.I.E.L.D.' TV series, including whether or not we'll see Cobie Smulders' Maria Hill inside!
'How I Met Your Mother' season 8 got back on its game big time last night with the all-new episode "P.S. I Love You," returning Robin Sparkles to the fold as the gang witnessed the 1996 meltdown that saw the character's transformation into the edgy "Robin Daggers." And though the joke of Robin (Colbie Smulders) as a Canadian pop princess might have been put to bed, the full-length music video for the track will never die. Get the latest 'How I Met Your Mother' bit inside!
With all the actors blabbing about a ninth season of 'How I Met Your Mother,' it's a wonder we haven't heard any kind of official confirmation from either CBS or series creators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas. Nonetheless, 'How I Met Your Mother' regular and 'The Avengers' star Cobie Smulders is the latest to address a ninth season of the CBS comedy, so hear what Robin Scherbatsky herself has to say inside!
You'd think that her commitment to the ninth (and final?) season of 'How I Met Your Mother' would get in the way, but it looks like 'Avengers' star Cobie Smulders may be joining the cast of ABC and Marvel's new series 'S.H.I.E.L.D.' That is, if the pilot goes to series. But c'mon: how could it not?
Yesterday, we reported that Frank Grillo had been cast in 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' as the villainous Crossbones. We learned that news through Variety writer Marc Graser's Twitter feed, but the actual article, published later, drops a few tidbits that should prove tantalizing to Marvel fans...especially those wondering if any 'Avengers' characters will be making an appearance.