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Today was the premier of ABC’s new television show, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., from producer Joss Whedon, and is basically a spin off or a tie in to the Marvel movies, and I must say, I thoroughly enjoyed it. Cobie Smulders reprises her role as Agent Maria Hill, as well as Clark Gregg returning as Agent Phil Coulson. They touched on a bit on what happened to Phil after the event’s of NY, but they elude to the fact about ‘Tahiti‘. Great hook if you ask me, as it’s still has me wondering what it is. Anyway, I am just glad there is something new to watch, and something geeky too. The cast I feel was fairly strong, and Chloe Bennet who plays Skye is just all kinds of cuteness.
Ming Na‘s take down of the cop poser was pretty cool, albeit too quickly, but still cool. She did play as Chun-Li back in the day before settling in as an ER Doctor. Pacing of the show was good, as well as the set up to what the main subject matter is for the season (the centipede). I like how it tied in the stuff that was in Iron Man 3. I wonder if they will tie in stuff from the show in upcoming movies, and kind of continue back to the show. hmm
Anyway, I am so looking forward to this show, and I am hoping it stays strong. Something to look forward to at the early end of the week.
It came, I saw, and I am excited. I like how they are still continuing from the previous movies (Avengers). And the theme seems to be very dark.
It releases in April 2013. Mark your calendars!
The sequel to one of this years biggest blockbusters has been announced. Mark your calendars, as E-P-I-C awomeness will be assembling on May 1, 2015.
Here’s the press release (via Colliders)
The Walt Disney Studios has announced a release date for Marvel Studios’ sequel to the biggest Super Hero blockbuster and third highest grossing film of all time, Marvel’s The Avengers. Joss Whedon returns to write and direct theUNTITLED MARVEL’S AVENGERS SEQUEL set for release May 1, 2015.
Josh Whedon will once again take the reigns as director (and writer), and with a slew of Marvel releases from now until then, May 1, might come faster than you think.
Iron Man 3, Thor: The Dark World, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and The Guardians of The Galaxy all set in stone, and all paving way to the Avengers sequel. Of course I cannot forget to mention the Edgar Wright directed Ant Man. Edgar Wright movies just excite me.
If anyone stayed after the credits of the Avengers (spoiler alert), we all saw Thanos making an appearance. Perhaps this could be the start of the Infinity Gauntlet/Infinity War series.
All exciting stuff, and I so cannot wait.