Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by Melody Bot, Jan 11, 2016.
Spider-Man: Becomes a Man
Black Cat makes her cinematic debut.
Well now we obviously have to suggest who we'd like to see play Black Cat if that ever does happen. I'm all for Katherine Langford or Alexandra Shipp (because I just watched Love, Simon and they are both great).
Since Langford seemingly got cut from Endgame that would work out actually!
So in my hype since watching Endgame, I've decided I might start jumping into the MCU TV shows. Any favorites? Should I just watch them all in the order they released? I'm gonna start with Agents of Shield.
Be patient with AOS. The first two thirds of season 1 is ok, but can drag. Really hits it's stride after that.
Agents of SHIELD is incredible, s3 and onwards is my favourite Marvel property
but yeah first half of 1 is pretty rough
I didn't realize it had been on so long already. I've read a lot about how it starts slow but really picks up. I'll be sure to stick with it.
Talking of AOS, I was kind of disappointed Coulson didn't make an appearance in Endgame. Saying that, I was also disappointed his screen time in Captain Marvel was so limited haha
He’s gotta fight Ghost Rider in Agents of SHIELD or whatever they do on that show.
me too but I guess it's way too late for the original Avengers to find out he's been alive since, like, a year after Loki killed him lmao
Legion is great, but it isn't part of the MCU. Agents of Shield is great as well once you get past the first half of season 1.
As for Netflix, only the first and third seasons of each show are good, except maybe The Defenders, which feels too much like a teamed-up continuation of DDs2. I haven't seen Iron First, Cloak and Dagger, or The Runaways.
The Rock Teases Meeting With Marvel's Kevin Feige
I guess this can go here
Live-Action Ghost Rider and Helstrom TV Series Heading to Hulu in 2020 | News | Marvel
Gonna get another shot at Hercules? lol
Still disappointed with no moon knight but at the same time I feel like they'll whitewash the hell out of the character (especially if it's a movie) so maybe it's a good thing for the time being
should have done cosmic ghost rider but still cool
isn't he a white guy
I've been away from Marvel Comics for quite a while, but ghost rider went cosmic!?
Does he have a spaceship that is on fire?
Yeah, but I think his origins are based on an Egyptian god maybe? I need to google him haha, the only run of his I read, he was already established and didn't touch on his origins too much.
He's the avatar of the Egyptian moon god I think
I feel like the Egypt stuff is crucial to his story. I think it is more the DID stuff is what they would probably skirt around. I think that is also a huge part of the character, but can be a bit insensitive if done wrong.
Yeah, that's why a TV show for him would always be better than a film. They can take more time with his back story and explain his mental health a bit clearer than they could in a film.
Oh for sure. I think that taking notes from a show like Legion is a great idea. It'd obviously be a bit more grounded, but the way that show dealt with mental health worked for me.