When we first heard that ABC and Joss Whedon would move forward with a 'S.H.I.E.L.D.' TV series, we were very excited, but we have to admit that it raised a number of troubling questions. Not only was it unlikely that any of the characters we'd come to love from the Marvel Cinematic Universe would make regular appearances, but it looked less and less like the 'S.H.I.E.L.D.' agents we were familiar with would be present either. So, are you ready to meet the characters of the 'S.H.I.E.L.D.' TV series?
Amazingly, The CW isn't all shirtless men and Olympic guest stars, but rather soon it will play host to the most terrible villain of them all, Dr. Horrible! It's amazing to think that Joss Whedon's Writer's Strike time-killer franchise musical 'Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog' has grown so far beyond its three, 15-minute installments and will soon take over TV when The CW hosts the good doctor on October 9. But, will 'Dr. Horrible's' TV success make any headway with the long-awaited sequel? What does The CW's first promo reveal?
The only movie capable of giving 'The Dark Knight Rises' a run for its box office dollars was Joss Whedon's 'The Avengers,' and now it's available for you to own on DVD and Blu-ray! It was a superhero film like no other -- big-budget explosions, special effects galore and some of the coolest costumes ever to appear on the big screen. But what was even cooler was exactly how the creative team was able to reach the end product.
That's where these incredible behind-the-scenes movie photos come in. From Mark Ruffalo Hulking out to Captain America leaping off exploding cars, almost every scene begs fans to scour the internet and unearth as many details as to what happened off camera as possible. Now your search is over because we've already done the dirty work by bringing together some of the best behind-the-scenes photos from 'The Avengers' set. Check 'em out below, but trust us when we say there's many more to be seen in the special features section of 'The Avengers' DVD.
When NBC announced in 2010 that it was moving forward with a pilot of David E. Kelley's live-action 'Wonder Woman' TV series with Adrianne Palicki in the role, fan reaction was mixed at best. Between questions of the characters goofiness, and an outfit and pilot that certainly didn't help matters, it's no wonder NBC ultimately passed on the series. But with The CW's own Wonder Woman adaptation 'Amazon' on the horizon, what does comic media mogul and one-time 'Wonder Woman' prospect Joss Whedon have to say on the matter?
We live in a fantastically different world for live-action superheroes than we did a few short years ago. Whereas the early part of the millennium had us wondering if Marvel would ever get its roster of heroes into their own films, let alone together for 'The Avengers,' now we ask ourselves just who will make it into Joss Whedon's live-action 'S.H.I.E.L.D.' TV series! So does the visionary creator have specific characters in mind, or will the team consist of all-new faces?
Did you know that 'The Avengers' director Joss Whedon helmed his own take on the Shakespeare play 'Much Ado About Nothing' while also working on the biggest film of the year? He did, and the finished film recently screened at Toronto's International Film Festival, where Lionsgate picked it up for release.
Following the smash success of 'The Avengers,' writer and director Joss Whedon has instantly become Marvel's golden goose. Whedon is now overseeing what the studio calls "Phase 2," and in a recent interview he divulged some details on what that means and where he'd like to go with 'The Avengers 2.'
News recently broke that oddball director James Gunn will be directing Marvel's 'Guardians of the Galaxy' movie -- but just how will he handle translating something like a superhero raccoon from the pages of the comic book to the big screen? Joss Whedon isn't too worried about it and gives Gunn his full support, so maybe we shouldn't worry, either.
Coulson lives! The two words Marvels 'The Avengers' fans have been longing to hear ever since the movie's credits rolled, and Marvel began announcing all the various films and projects that would comprise "Phase 2" of its superhero empire. But with ABC's recent announcement of a 'S.H.I.E.L.D' TV series under Joss Whedon set for the future, is there any real chance of seeing Clark Gregg return to his beloved role as Agent Phil Coulson?
Prior to 'The Avengers,' Joss Whedon was a creative talent who was still having a hard time getting a TV series to stay on the air. Now, he's one of the biggest and most important directors in Hollywood as he preps 'Avengers 2' - one of the biggest sequels of all-time - and 'S.H.I.E.L.D' - one of the most highly-anticipated TV shows in history. Whedon talked about both of those projects and gave some updates on the upcoming Marvel universe.