The Whedon has confirmed what has been speculated: the motherfuckering (yes, fuckering) Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver shall be in the second Avengers movie. I don’t know about you, my fellow Marvel fans, but this makes the Universe really fucking interesting to me.
Still on the fence as to whether Coulson lives? Watch this trailer. Now we can sit around and speculate about other characters. Oh yeah, and the trailer is pretty dope.
Interesting. Here are a bunch of viral videos for Agents of SHIELD. They’re neat enough. What is intriguing about them however is that they raise the question of when the show takes place. Many a person has speculated that Coulson is actually dead, and the television show takes place prior to Avengers. These videos could corroborate such a belief. I mean, the Hulk is a “real life creature” being investigated? Seeing Iron Man on film a big deal? Motherfuckers are both wayyy out in open by the time of the Avengers credits roll.
Here is a fairly unexciting debut trailer for ABC’s Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD. You have Coulson (and while it is antithetical to say, I don’t really care about him) and friends tackling strange events and stuff. My guess? Superhero procedural. I’ll be there, even if I am fairly apathetic towards this first glimpse.
Well this is interesting. RDJ is in talks to reprise his role as Really Rich Smart Guy in not one but two of those Avengers flicks. But what about Iron Guy 4, you’re proclaiming?! Who knows. My own personal take? Stark dies in Avengers 2, and “comes back to life” or whatever in the third.
What say you?
Jossy Whedon must actually be writing Avengers 2, because the dude is spitting about his plans for Thanos. While most of us think homeboy is going to be smashing faces in the aforementioned flick, it may not be so. While discussing his plans for the God of Death or Something, the Virgil of the Marvel Movie Universe cautions that it is going to be a slow build.
Here, have a batch of Avengers, Iron Man 4, and Marvel movie rumors.
Avengers 2 news! Phase two news! Smash this info-dump down your esophagus, and wash it down with some cinematic hyperbole. The Marvel Leviathan shall stop for no one, Gods (of Death) help us all.
Well, here is the big comment from Whedon that is slithering its way through the Inter-Pipes of Geek-Fandom tonight. Let’s engage it, and then let me know where you side in the debate. Me? I’m pretty much in the middle. I would have been happy if they weren’t in the series, but I’m also okay with it. Provided, of course, it is done well. At the very least, I feel Whedon’s sentiment.
Recently at SXSW, Joss Whedon broke down why Agent Coulson ain’t fucking dead. I mean, I thought that Whedon got a legitimate erection when he killed off a character. A throbbing, pulsating dong-hammer. So bringing the Agent back has to be for a good reason, right? Right?! Whedon’s reasoning makes sense to me.