The extended trailer shows off some choice Joss Whedon jokes, especially the one about S.H.I.E.L.D.'s name, and gives us a better look at the show's core ensemble. Check out the trailer right now. Right. Now.
Get ready to see a lot of Melinda May cosplay on the con circuit this year, because she's a standout. We also get more time with the ever mysterious J. August Richards, who might be playing someone whose name isn't Cage or Rage if that funky jewelry that's glimpsed quickly is his.
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"I haven't caught wind of any of that," Ruffalo told Moviefone of rumors that some cast members won't return. "I was surprised to hear it, because I don't even think anyone's really started negotiating yet... As far as I know [everyone is back]. But sometimes actors are the last people to know what's going on."
"Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." is starting to seem like the gift that keeps on giving. After debuting a 30 second trailer on Sunday night, the show has gone on to launch a significant internet presence and inspired more than a few "Who is J. August Richards playing" posts both here and elsewhere. Now "S.H.I.E.L.D." has revealed exactly which hour of the week we'll be blocking off for total immersion into Marvel's world come this fall. "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." will air on ABC on Tuesdays at 8 p.m. as the lead-in to a pair of comedies, "The Goldbergs" and "Trophy Wife."
And if a time slot isn't enough to hold you over, how about promo photos? Like, a lot of promo photos? ABC has released a few stills from the pilot and a ton of photos highlighting each principle cast member. Above you can see Agent Phil Coulson (Clark Gregg) possibly interrogating possible Rising Tide contributor Skye (Chloe Bennet), while Agent Grant Ward (Brett Dalton) looks on. We don't know much about the pilot, so at this point anything is possible. Check out the rest of the photos below!
MTV News caught up with Mark Ruffalo while the actor was promoting his new film, "Now You See Me." Him being Bruce Banner and us being Splash Page, of course we made sure to get a few questions in about the Hulk. The big question: will Ruffalo be donning a classy-yet-casual purple button-down in a Marvel film prior to 2015's "Avengers 2"?
"Not that I know of, yet," reveals the actor in the video below. But he also reveals that he's very eager to jump back into the Hulk's motion capture suit for director Joss Whedon. "I'm really looking forward to seeing what Mr. Whedon comes up with next."
The rest of the video treads heavily into some spoiler-y territory, as Ruffalo has clearly seen "Iron Man 3" and is up for talking about the film's very spoiler-y plot points, but it's well worth watching if you've seen the film or are fine with spoilers. The full video is after the jump!
"It makes me excited that I'm going to be a part of something, a world that's going to challenge me – I mean, I'm going to get to play green, I've been a blue one, so might as well be green. I really like the director, James Gunn, [and] I responded very, very well to the script. I loved the casting decisions they've been making so far. I can only hope we kick ass and we have a great time while we're putting the film together. And that the result of that, the audience will respond very positively to it and hopefully we'll be able to make just as much as Iron Man is making right now."
We just saw Professor X's 1973 look late last week, and now we have another peek at yesteryear. Only this time it shows off our first look at returning actor Nicholas Hoult as the Beast alongside Hugh Jackman as Wolverine. You can check out the full tweet and photo after the jump, as well as a list of reasons why this photo changes everything.
Seven character photos from "Man of Steel" have surfaced online, and they're notable because not one of them features Superman (okay, Clark Kent is in one of them). It's appropriate that the "Man of Steel" marketing has centered squarely on Superman and his archnemesis General Zod, but that's left characters like both of Superman's sets of parents and essential supporting characters like Perry White out of the spotlight.
These photos, which popped up on Twitter, come from a movie tie-in book of some sort, as evidenced by the quick bios each character receives. The scans also give us a clear look at Christopher Meloni's Colonel Hardy and Ayelet Zurer's Lara Lor-Van. You can check out the full images below.
Is "The Walking Dead" headed from the small to the big screen? If star Chad Coleman is to be believed, then a movie based on the popular AMC series (which in turn is based on Robert Kirkman's popular graphic novel) is being dreamed up at the moment. MTV Geek spoke to Coleman recently and he explained why he thinks it's a given that "The Walking Dead" will join the likes of "The X-Files" and "Firefly" and make the transition to a theater near you. To hear his argument, head on over to MTV Geek!
The show's website, agentsofshield.com, promises to reveal an extended trailer... once it's unlocked. Fans can unlock the extended trailer by tweeting #CoulsonLives. Right now the #CoulsonLives-O-Meter is stuck at 23%, so populate that hash tag, Twitterites!
Splash Page welcomes Ed Tadem to our cover artist family (our custom-designed theme up top). Currently working on the forthcoming "Avengers" animated series, Tadem's work can also be seen in the "Jackie Karma" issues of Image's "'76," and in "Pop Gun, Volume 1." Ed Tadem can be found online at EdTadem.com.