I’m assuming that these people are still receiving money from the WB for their roles that were cast before the writer’s strike blew up the proposed George Miller project. Looks like a fun crew. I would have killed to see their Aquaman.
I think now that we have these pics then it won’t be long before we see the characters in their costumes.
“All Hail the King” was the glorious @Marvel One-Shot attached to the release of Thor: The Dark World a few weeks ago. Writer and director Drew Pearce confirmed something that I had noticed upon my viewing. There is only one inmate (portrayed by Allen Maldonado) noticed in the film who has a Marvel history.
He is named Fletcher Heggs or known to others are the Knight.
He is a pawn of Obdiah Stane and has a long history as an Iron-Man villain. Pearce warns that we should keep an eye out for the character as we move forward in the MCU.
Always remember, if you panic, handle it — Trevor Slattery
Click the image for full resolution. I have doubts about the look of Quicksilver, but understand that he appears to wear many different costumes in this movie. “Tell me the last thing you remember….” Can’t Wait!!!
Note the mention of a certain infamous Spidey opponent!
By Ned Leeds, City Bureau
A shocking Midtown bank robbery was foiled yesterday by Spider-Man. New York’s superhuman vigilante caught the mechanically augmented robber, suspected in two previous bank heists, as he fled the scene with the stolen loot.
Police arrived on the scene as Spider-Man finished webbing up the suspect, who was arrested and later identified as disgruntled engineer, Herman Schultz. Schultz created wrist-gauntlets that are capable of emitting a vibratory wave of pressure that proved capable of tearing apart a four-foot thick steel vault.
NYPD Special Crimes Unit Detective Stan Carter stated that Schultz had officially been remanded into custody and is being held at the Ravencroft Institute pending his preliminary hearing. When asked how a “disgruntled engineer” could create such dangerous weapons, Carter said, “Shocking, right? All that genius but no escape plan.”
The Star Wars Youtube channel has been a recent treasure-trove of goodies from teaser trailers to behind-the-scenes segments from the original releases. People are surmising that this is coming in anticipation of an announcement of the new movies, but changes to the writing staff and script is making some other think that Disney will have to push the release of these new movies back.
Here are some bloopers from ‘A New Hope’: