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deborah-ann-woll
Netflix’s “Daredevil” is about to meet the love of his life. According to THR, “True Blood” breakout star Deborah Ann Woll has landed the role of Karen Page, described as the series’ female lead, opposite Charlie Cox as the Marvel superhero. Cox plays Matt Murdoch, the blind lawyer by day and crimefighter by night, while the rest of the cast also includes Elden Henson as Franklin “Foggy” Nelson, Matt Murdock’s friend and legal partner, Vincent D’Onofrio as villain The Kingpin, and Rosario Dawson in a mysterious role that may orRead More
agent-carter
The buzz is building, and I’m already more excited about a prospective “Agent Carter” TV series than I ever was about “Agents of SHIELD.” For one thing, we actually know Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell, who will be reprising her “Captain America” role). As pilot season for the 2014-2015 TV season picks up, Deadline believes this potential series is already so buzzy that it may bypass that aggravating process altogether and be picked up straight to series, set to be announced alongside a second season pick-up for “Agents of SHIELD.” BasedRead More
chadwick-boseman
Ever since relative unknown Chadwick Boseman broke out playing Jackie Robinson in biopic “42,” the possibility of him donning a superhero costume has been an open ended question, mostly because that’s just what rising stars do these days – leverage a smaller breakout role into headlining a major blockbuster. In fact, he was first tipped as a potential “Black Panther” for Marvel nearly a year ago. Well, someone finally decided to ask the man himself about this very possibility. During press rounds for his latest film “Draft Day,” BlackFilm.com raisedRead More
Guardians of the Galaxy
Marvel wants you to get acquainted with a new group of superheroes known as the “Guardians of the Galaxy.” To help you be more familiar with Star-Lord, Gamora, Drax, Groot, and Rocket Raccoon, full body promo images have been released via Comic Book Movie. You may recognize these poses from the first poster for the film released earlier. Having first appeared in Marvel Comics’ “MARVEL SUPER-HEROES #18″ back in January 1969, the Guardians of the Galaxy are finally going to get the overdue live-action treatment that the Avengers franchise successfullyRead More
Patrick Wilson

Posted On February 27, 2014By Alfonso EspinaIn Casting

Patrick Wilson Joins Paul Rudd in Marvel’s ‘Ant-Man’

Patrick Wilson, 40, is in negotiations to join the cast of Marvel’s “Ant-Man,” according to a report by Deadline. The forthcoming film will be directed by Edgar Wright and is already set to star Paul Rudd and Michael Douglas. “Ant-Man” follows a biochemist named Dr. Hank Pym who “uses his latest discovery, a group of subatomic particles, to create a size-altering formula. Though his first self-test goes awry, he develops an instrument that helps him communicate with and control insects.” Just as all superhero stories go, he decides to useRead More
Avengers
I think everyone knows Marvel scored a smash hit with “The Avengers” back in 2012. Thus far, its sequel, “Age of Ultron”, has kept a pretty low profile. Other than the odd casting news here and there, fans have been left anticipating what the finished product is going to look like. With that being said, it has now been confirmed that an early glimpse of Marvel’s eagerly anticipated “Avengers” sequel will air on ABC next month.Read More
aaron-johnson
It’s been a long process, but it looks like Aaron Johnson will officially be Quicksilver in Joss Whedon’s Marvel superhero team-up sequel “The Avengers: Age of Ultron,” with his contract talks finally closing today, according to The Wrap. The Wrap reports scheduling issues with Johnson’s publicity commitments to another potential franchise, “Godzilla,” was what kept his deal from being finalized for so long. With his schedule now cleared, it must be only a matter of time until Elizabeth Olsen’s deal comes together as well, since his “Godzilla” co-star is inRead More

Posted On September 6, 2013By Stacy RadtkeIn Casting

Jumping to Conclusions: Katee Sackhoff as Captain Marvel?

Let the rumors begin! Marvel Studios producer Louis D’Esposito recently mentioned the idea of doing a Captain Marvel film, while “Battlestar Galatica’s” Katee Sackhoff recently revealed on the Schmoes Know podcast that she’s in talks with Marvel/Disney for…something, and that there’s been a lot of checking of availability for the first quarter of next year. (Please, please, please!) It’s all very vague.  D’Esposito told Coming Soon about female led Marvel films recently: “There’s obviously a drumbeat that is banging louder and louder that we want a female lead superhero,” heRead More
Comic-Con wouldn’t be Comic-Con without a major presentation from Marvel Studios, which has become the cornerstone of Hall H’s film lineup. Thousands of fans camped out overnight in front of the convention center for the last panel of the day on Saturday, July 20th, 2013, and were not disappointed. Tom Hiddleston kicked off the presentation in a big way by showing up in full blown Loki mode, encouraging the crowd to scream his name, then declaring: “It seems I have an army.”Read More
Watch out, Evan Peters, a new Quicksilver may be coming to town. By now we all know of the struggle between Fox and Marvel in their dueling bids to use twin mutants Pietro and Wanda Maximoff in “X-Men: Days of Future Past” and “The Avengers 2″, with Fox and director Bryan Singer throwing the first gauntlet with the casting of Peters. Today the duel got a little more real, with The Wrap reporting Aaron Johnson has emerged as the top choice for the role in Marvel and Joss Whedon’s superheroRead More