The Marvel Cinematic Universe might be awash with hammer wielding, shield throwing, eye patch wearing men but this world of heroes is also home to some very powerful women. Whether joining in on the action, using their superior skills or making the male heroes starry eyed, the female characters are every bit as exciting, commanding and important. In this editorial I will rank the MCUs top female characters counting down from 10.
As production begins on many of next seasons comic book based TV shows, EWs spoiler room has revealed new details on Lucy Lawless's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D character teasing her relationship with Coulson and Victoria Hand. Plus, Arrow boss Marc Guggenheim teases Roy Harpers future and position on Team Arrow.
With the summer months slowly drawing to a close, all eyes are turning to the upcoming month and the start of the new TV season. Arrow Executive Producer Marc Guggenheim talks about character identities and Laurels role in Team Arrow. Whilst in the UK, Channel 5 have secured the exclusive rights to air the Batman prequel.
Despite her lack of superhuman abilities, Lois Lane is up there with the most famous women in comic book history. Being the inquisitive journalist and main love interest of Superman, Lois Lane has appeared alongside Clark Kent in various adaptations of the Superman comic books on the big and small screen. In this editorial, I will take a look back at the actresses who have played the Daily Planets renowned reporter and rank them accordingly!
Community star Danny Pudi has expressed interest in reappearing in the Marvel Cinematic Universe following a cameo appearance in Captain America: The Winter Soldier. In an interview with TV Line, Pudi showed a desire to guest star in Agents of SHIELD saying 'Anything is possible.'
The Game of Thrones producers sure like to keep it in the family. Theon Greyjoy's real life sister, singer Lilly Allen, was rumoured to have been offered a role which Alfie later denied. Now, Alfie's father Keith Allen has auditioned for a role as a slave who leads a Spartacus like rebellion.
The troubled production based on Brian Michael Bendis comic book series is to air exclusively on The Playstation Network. The series was originally in production at FX but didn't make it past a pilot. Now, The PSN will broadcast the show with the first episode being free to all PS users.
David Nutter, director of The Flash pilot, spoke recently to CBR about the shows first episode, his love for the comic book genre and his lengthy career directing many pilots.
This looks set to be an expensive day for Marvel DVD collectors! Amazon is currently listing the first season of Agents of SHIELD for a September 9th DVD and Blu Ray release, the same day as Captain America: The Winter Soldier is out.
Angelina Jolie's Maleficent is predicted to have a big opening weekend for Disney whilst it faces from Seth McFarlane comedy 'A Million ways To Die In the West.' DOFP, is expected to fall to second place when the numbers are in.
With the 2013/14 TV season cooling down, thoughts turn to what's on offer this fall. Via TVLine and TVGuide's inside scoops, check out some early news from The Flash which reveals that a larger force than the meta humans are at work. Whilst in Arrow, Stephen Amell talks about the season 2 final scenes focusing on Amanda Waller.
X-Men Days of Future Past writer Simon Kinberg, in an in depth interview with THR, reveals the original plans for the films ending, working with a large cast and Wolverines more supporting role. Plus, the writer discusses the much loved Quicksilver scene, time travel and says of a Fantastic Four crossover; 'Anything is possible.'
Gravity director Alfonso Cuaron has denied that he is being lined up to direct the Harry Potter spinoff Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them since he has been named as a hot favourite since he directed The Prisoner of Azkaban.
SONY CEO Kaz Hirai recently held a strategy meeting where he talked about his hands on approach and the companies future in the movie production business insisting 'we're not getting out of movie production.'
Batman celebrates 75 years of crime fighting goodness this year and to celebrate this, Digital Spy has put together an interactive image detailing 9 'Batmen' across different mediums of entertainment including Adam West, Kevin Conroy and Ben Affleck.