When it comes to Marvel Studios news, a lot of people don't know what they're talking about. Sure, the internet gets excited whenever Stan Lee teases a 'Black Panther' movie, but the truth is that Stan Lee has about as much say as to what goes on at Marvel Studios as we do. He may hear things, but he's not actually making any decisions. The same applies to Lou Ferrigno, so take his claim that a new solo Hulk movie is in the works with a grain of salt.
While we'll likely never see Spider-Man fighting side by side on the big screen with the Avengers, you can see all your favorite heroes teaming up in a different arena with Marvel Universe LIVE!, a new traveling production set to hit the road this summer. And now you can go behind the scenes with this new featurette on the upcoming production, which unites all your favorite Marvel heroes and villains for one spectacular show.
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Last night brought the most Marvel-ous 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' installment yet with the arrival of 'Thor''s Lady Sif (Jaimie Alexander), but future episodes aren't lacking for more major Marvel additions. Following next week's Marvel TV special on ABC, which will include the first look at 'The Avengers 2,' 'Heroes' star and cartoon Iron Man voice Adrian Pasdar will put in an appearance as frequent Hulk military antagonist Glenn Talbot!
Regardless of the mixed reception Marvel's 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' has come to endure, there remains the exciting prospect of Marvel's TV future, especially with possibly four new series on the way. Getting 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' off the ground was no easy feat, however, as Marvel TV boss Jeph Loeb recently opened up about Guillermo del Toro's failed 'Hulk' series, and the big names in the running for future Marvel TV.
Marvel surprised us all the other day with the revelation that ‘Captain America’ spinoff one-shot ‘Agent Carter’ could potentially join ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ in her own ongoing TV series, while a number of other potential Marvel series projects have entered the works. We’ve given our picks for what unseen Marvel characters deserve their own TV series, but who from the established cinematic universe would we most want to see in their own live-action TV series spinoff?
'Arrow' season 2 took a major swerve last month when producers announced that DC superhero The Flash would arrive in Starling City to set up his own spin-off, the 'Arrow' universe up to that point having purposefully excluded the use of superpowers. New comments from executive producer Marc Guggenheim suggest however, that 'Flash' won't tonally detract from the world of 'Arrow,' instead setting up a cohabitant relationship akin to Marvel's 'The Avengers.'
A few hours ago, news outlets jumped the gun a bit in announcing that ABC had officially greenlit Marvel's Joss Whedon-directed 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' to series, though no such announcement had yet come. The pickup is fully expected mind you, but new intel suggests the official announcement won't come until sometime tomorrow. But the real question is, what's this latest 'Hulk'-like clip that ABC briefly released along with the news?
Ever wanted to see what the Hulk might have looked like had he made his big-screen debut in 1997? Thanks to the rediscovery of some long-lost concept designs and storyboards, you now can get a glimpse at the 'Hulk' movie that never was (and never should have been). Smash after the break to check out a handful of 16-year-old 'Hulk' sketches.