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2014-01-17 05:21:27 PM  
Anything has to be better than Agents of Shield.
*rechecks article, sees ABC*

Gawdammit!
 
2014-01-17 05:29:46 PM  

tlars699: Anything has to be better than Agents of Shield.
*rechecks article, sees ABC*

Gawdammit!


Of course it's ABC the mouse will keep it in house.  WB may be willing to farm out shows but Disney not so much,
 
2014-01-17 06:19:58 PM  
Okay, why the hell can WB NOT get a goddam Wonder Woman show/movie that does the character justice?
 
2014-01-17 06:25:27 PM  

Irving Maimway: Okay, why the hell can WB NOT get a goddam Wonder Woman show/movie that does the character justice?


Because they're worried Vertigo will somehow raise Linda Carter from the dead, and slaughter them all for ruining her show?

2016: Zombie Linda Carter.
 
2014-01-17 06:38:05 PM  

tlars699: Anything has to be better than Agents of Shield.
*rechecks article, sees ABC*

Gawdammit!


The most recent episode of AoS gives me a lot of hope for the future of the series. It was easily the best one of the recent run, and showed a lot of things going in the right direction.

I'm not super excited about a WWII era Marvel show, but hey, if they make it, I'll give it a shot.

I'd love to see a show about The Warriors Three. They could likely even get the actors from the movies, none of them are too big to do television.
 
2014-01-17 06:58:34 PM  
TuteTibiImperes:

I'd love to see a show about The Warriors Three. They could likely even get the actors from the movies, none of them are too big to do television.

There was a pitch to do a "Luke Cage & Iron Fist" TV show, set in 70s Harlem and shot like a Blaxploitation show, with grainy film stock and funky Isaac Hayes-esque theme music.

I guess the network wasn't keen on a main character being told, "Up yours, honky!" every episode.
 
2014-01-17 07:03:03 PM  

Sgt Otter: TuteTibiImperes:

I'd love to see a show about The Warriors Three. They could likely even get the actors from the movies, none of them are too big to do television.

There was a pitch to do a "Luke Cage & Iron Fist" TV show, set in 70s Harlem and shot like a Blaxploitation show, with grainy film stock and funky Isaac Hayes-esque theme music.

I guess the network wasn't keen on a main character being told, "Up yours, honky!" every episode.


This I would pay to see.

/or pirate. Whatevs.
 
2014-01-17 09:25:53 PM  

Sgt Otter: TuteTibiImperes:

I'd love to see a show about The Warriors Three. They could likely even get the actors from the movies, none of them are too big to do television.

There was a pitch to do a "Luke Cage & Iron Fist" TV show, set in 70s Harlem and shot like a Blaxploitation show, with grainy film stock and funky Isaac Hayes-esque theme music.

I guess the network wasn't keen on a main character being told, "Up yours, honky!" every episode.


Sweet Christmas!
 
2014-01-17 09:27:07 PM  

tlars699: Irving Maimway: Okay, why the hell can WB NOT get a goddam Wonder Woman show/movie that does the character justice?

Because they're worried Vertigo will somehow raise Linda Carter from the dead, and slaughter them all for ruining her show?

2016: Zombie Linda Carter.


Linda Carter is dead? Wait, who is Linda Carter? Is she related to Lynda Carter?
 
2014-01-17 09:27:20 PM  

Sgt Otter: TuteTibiImperes:

I'd love to see a show about The Warriors Three. They could likely even get the actors from the movies, none of them are too big to do television.

There was a pitch to do a "Luke Cage & Iron Fist" TV show, set in 70s Harlem and shot like a Blaxploitation show, with grainy film stock and funky Isaac Hayes-esque theme music.

I guess the network wasn't keen on a main character being told, "Up yours, honky!" every episode.


That's why their shows will be on Netflix in 2015.
 
2014-01-17 09:28:03 PM  

Sgt Otter: TuteTibiImperes:

I'd love to see a show about The Warriors Three. They could likely even get the actors from the movies, none of them are too big to do television.

There was a pitch to do a "Luke Cage & Iron Fist" TV show, set in 70s Harlem and shot like a Blaxploitation show, with grainy film stock and funky Isaac Hayes-esque theme music.

I guess the network wasn't keen on a main character being told, "Up yours, honky!" every episode.


Wasn't there an article about Netflix maybe doing a Dare Devil, Heroes for Hire crossover type series?
 
2014-01-17 09:32:29 PM  

Sgt Otter: TuteTibiImperes:

I'd love to see a show about The Warriors Three. They could likely even get the actors from the movies, none of them are too big to do television.

There was a pitch to do a "Luke Cage & Iron Fist" TV show, set in 70s Harlem and shot like a Blaxploitation show, with grainy film stock and funky Isaac Hayes-esque theme music.

I guess the network wasn't keen on a main character being told, "Up yours, honky!" every episode.


Damn those ofay cracker ass crackers holding the awesome man down
 
2014-01-17 09:34:44 PM  
The Whizzer, the Destroyer, the Vision, the Blazing Skull, the Blonde Phantom, Millie the Model....
 
2014-01-17 09:41:03 PM  
I'm actually OK with this.
 
2014-01-17 09:41:27 PM  

Sgt Otter: TuteTibiImperes:

I'd love to see a show about The Warriors Three. They could likely even get the actors from the movies, none of them are too big to do television.

There was a pitch to do a "Luke Cage & Iron Fist" TV show, set in 70s Harlem and shot like a Blaxploitation show, with grainy film stock and funky Isaac Hayes-esque theme music.

I guess the network wasn't keen on a main character being told, "Up yours, honky!" every episode.


Actually, Netflix will be airing Luke Cage, Iron Fist, Jessica Jones and Daredevil series to set up The Defenders.
 
2014-01-17 09:45:03 PM  
If it's anything like the one shot on the Iron Man 3 Blu Ray, I'm in.
 
2014-01-17 09:46:28 PM  

Mentat: Sgt Otter: TuteTibiImperes:

I'd love to see a show about The Warriors Three. They could likely even get the actors from the movies, none of them are too big to do television.

There was a pitch to do a "Luke Cage & Iron Fist" TV show, set in 70s Harlem and shot like a Blaxploitation show, with grainy film stock and funky Isaac Hayes-esque theme music.

I guess the network wasn't keen on a main character being told, "Up yours, honky!" every episode.

Actually, Netflix will be airing Luke Cage, Iron Fist, Jessica Jones and Daredevil series to set up The Defenders.



Nefarious: Of course it's ABC the mouse will keep it in house.  WB may be willing to farm out shows but Disney not so much,


You were saying?
 
2014-01-17 09:49:47 PM  

Nina_Hartley's_Ass: The Whizzer, the Destroyer, the Vision, the Blazing Skull, the Blonde Phantom, Millie the Model....


The Original Human Torch, Namor, Union Jack, Miss America, Baron Blood, Master Man, U-Man....
 
2014-01-17 09:53:50 PM  
No pictures of Hayley Attwell?


/Fark isn't what it used to be.
 
2014-01-17 09:59:46 PM  

fusillade762: Mentat: Sgt Otter: TuteTibiImperes:

I'd love to see a show about The Warriors Three. They could likely even get the actors from the movies, none of them are too big to do television.

There was a pitch to do a "Luke Cage & Iron Fist" TV show, set in 70s Harlem and shot like a Blaxploitation show, with grainy film stock and funky Isaac Hayes-esque theme music.

I guess the network wasn't keen on a main character being told, "Up yours, honky!" every episode.

Actually, Netflix will be airing Luke Cage, Iron Fist, Jessica Jones and Daredevil series to set up The Defenders.


Nefarious: Of course it's ABC the mouse will keep it in house.  WB may be willing to farm out shows but Disney not so much,

You were saying?


Point but this deal is why they probably did it.
 
2014-01-17 10:17:35 PM  

Flint Ironstag: No pictures of Hayley Attwell?


/Fark isn't what it used to be.


This has been a very disappointing thread.

static4.wikia.nocookie.net
 
2014-01-17 10:22:39 PM  
Best thing about that movie

cdn.teenhollywood.com

/two things actually
 
2014-01-17 10:25:17 PM  
I just want to know who was asking for this, considering Captain America was the absolute weakest of the Phase One movies.
 
2014-01-17 10:43:52 PM  

JudgeItoBox: I just want to know who was asking for this, considering Captain America was the absolute weakest of the Phase One movies.


I think Thor was the weakest, but even Thor was much better than I expected.
 
2014-01-17 10:51:38 PM  

TuteTibiImperes: I'd love to see a show about The Warriors Three. They could likely even get the actors from the movies, none of them are too big to do television.


Seconded.

/ picturing lots of gluttonous food & drink humor with Volstagg
 
2014-01-17 10:52:17 PM  

JudgeItoBox: I just want to know who was asking for this, considering Captain America was the absolute weakest of the Phase One movies.


I would say Hulk. There was a lot to like about it, but some good stuff was left on the cutting room floor.
 
2014-01-17 10:52:36 PM  

mongbiohazard: JudgeItoBox: I just want to know who was asking for this, considering Captain America was the absolute weakest of the Phase One movies.

I think Thor was the weakest, but even Thor was much better than I expected.


I liked Thor more than Captain America.  I haven't heard good things about the Hulk movie, but I haven't seen it myself.

I liked Thor enough that I went to see Thor 2 in the theater, and I wasn't disappointed. Captain America 2 looks like it will be better than the first, at least from the trailers, and looks to have some solid Black Widow content.  ScarJo > Hayley Atwell
 
2014-01-17 10:54:46 PM  

Forbidden Doughnut: TuteTibiImperes: I'd love to see a show about The Warriors Three. They could likely even get the actors from the movies, none of them are too big to do television.

Seconded.

/ picturing lots of gluttonous food & drink humor with Volstagg


Zachary Levi does a great Fandral as well.  He's a natural in comedic action roles.
 
2014-01-17 10:54:58 PM  
At the rate this is going, EVERY character ever seen in a  Marvel comic will get their own series, including Willie Lumpkin, the "Wiggle-Ear Mailman".

joeypentax.blog.com
 
2014-01-17 10:55:27 PM  

JudgeItoBox: I just want to know who was asking for this, considering Captain America was the absolute weakest of the Phase One movies.


It's probable that someone noticed the large female fanbase that's grown around the MCU. More to the point, the number of girls/women willing to buy in will make it an advertiser's dream. Carter was well received + $$$ = get that thing on the air pronto.

I have to respect whoever worked out that, done correctly, the MCU really can be all things to all people, just let 'em pick & choose. Check out the size of the combined audience on that!
 
2014-01-17 10:56:59 PM  

TuteTibiImperes: mongbiohazard: JudgeItoBox: I just want to know who was asking for this, considering Captain America was the absolute weakest of the Phase One movies.

I think Thor was the weakest, but even Thor was much better than I expected.

I liked Thor more than Captain America.  I haven't heard good things about the Hulk movie, but I haven't seen it myself.

I liked Thor enough that I went to see Thor 2 in the theater, and I wasn't disappointed. Captain America 2 looks like it will be better than the first, at least from the trailers, and looks to have some solid Black Widow content.  ScarJo > Hayley Atwell


Winter soldier looks awesome!

Hayley is way hotter than scarjo
Watch Don Jon, scarjo's new york accent will make you nauseous.
 
2014-01-17 11:04:28 PM  

JudgeItoBox: I just want to know who was asking for this, considering Captain America was the absolute weakest of the Phase One movies.


CA really needed to be two movies instead of rushing through to set up The Avengers.
 
2014-01-17 11:09:59 PM  
I have this personal theory about Ms. Carter.

While I'll grant that TV shows have all manner of period pieces, setting one in the past of the Avenger's universe doesn't make a lot of sense, story-wise.

If you look at Agents of SHIELD, you can see why they have it on the air: A steady stream of advertising for the Marvel movies, plus, it gives Whedon a chance to work on some show ideas when he's not working on movies.

So, why have a series set in the past before all of this going on?  For the Marvel logo?  Maybe.

But, what if they're not done with the Atwell's character?

We know that the serum not only grants super strength and agility, but also grants an extended life and youth.  How implausible would it be for her to just....show up?

I have this idea of her getting a version of the serum sometime before 1950.  Maybe by accident, maybe forced on her by a villain to see if it works, maybe she takes it herself to avoid it falling into enemy hands.  But then she's got it and becomes that era's version of the Black Widow.

Maybe over the decades, she grows disillusioned with what she's doing and ducks out, fakes her death, disgusted with what SHIELD has become, she's out of the loop and has no idea what's going on until she turns on the TV and Captain America is there, fighting off aliens and looking exactly the same as she remembers and she goes looking for him to warn him about what SHIELD is all about now..

Just an idea.  Personally, I think it'd make for a great movie.
 
2014-01-17 11:20:31 PM  
Every fark thread about Agents of SHIELD:

forums.watchuseek.com

/Just for once could we have a thread about Agents of SHIELD without the fark haters coming in?
//enjoying the hell out of the show
 
2014-01-17 11:32:58 PM  

Ringshadow: Every fark thread about Agents of SHIELD:

[forums.watchuseek.com image 321x360]

/Just for once could we have a thread about Agents of SHIELD without the fark haters coming in?
//enjoying the hell out of the show


Yeah. WE KNOW.

i3.photobucket.com
 
2014-01-17 11:51:19 PM  

Ringshadow: Every fark thread about Agents of SHIELD:

[forums.watchuseek.com image 321x360]

/Just for once could we have a thread about Agents of SHIELD without the fark haters coming in?
//enjoying the hell out of the show


Agents of SHIELD is OK....but I'm liking "Arrow" just a bit more.

/ despite the "CW"-treacle that occasionally drags it down...
// wish it was on HBO...
 
2014-01-17 11:52:35 PM  

ZeroCorpse: Yeah. WE KNOW.



God farking forbid I want to have a conversation about a show I like.

We have threads that clip in the hundreds of comments for Walking Dead (zombie comic book) and Game of Thrones (classy porn and death). But the minute we want to talk about Agents of SHIELD, I'm lucky to get a dozen serious comments.

To the topic: It'd be interesting to see a World War II-era episode regarding Agent Carter. So far, the female roles in MCU have been decently handled. That is to say, the female leads tend not to be empty space. They tend to be in control, intelligent, and deadly. It's nice to see that in a comic book setting which tends to treat females like T&A to sell comics, nothing more. Hell, they even dress the female leads well. At no point have we been handed a heroine in her underwear. Hawkeye is less dressed than Black Widow.

That being said, of all of MCU I think Iron Man 3 is the weakest. The original plot of IM3 was supposed to be Demon in a Bottle, a movie actually dealing with Tony Stark's massive addiction problem and psychological damage and that entire concept was gutted because it "wasn't kid friendly." Well, newsflash to the idiot director: Iron Man is not kid friendly and never was. Tony Stark is a slut, alcohol dependent and psychologically scarred. There is NOTHING kid friendly about Iron Man, even going back into the late 1970s and I say that as someone who owns a signed copy of Demon in a Bottle, as well as the more modern iterations (Extremis, most of Invincible Iron Man, Fear Itself, etc).

So instead what we got is a goddamn gutless movie that mishandles the PTSD, ignores the alcoholism, and botches the ending so badly it negates the second half of the first movie and the entirety of the second. WAY TO FARKING GO. Give us Jon Favreau back!

/I just have a lot of Iron Man feels okay
//could also argue that the handling of Deadpool in Wolverine was as goddamn travesty
 
2014-01-17 11:54:44 PM  

Infernalist: I have this personal theory about Ms. Carter.

While I'll grant that TV shows have all manner of period pieces, setting one in the past of the Avenger's universe doesn't make a lot of sense, story-wise.

If you look at Agents of SHIELD, you can see why they have it on the air: A steady stream of advertising for the Marvel movies, plus, it gives Whedon a chance to work on some show ideas when he's not working on movies.

So, why have a series set in the past before all of this going on?  For the Marvel logo?  Maybe.

But, what if they're not done with the Atwell's character?

We know that the serum not only grants super strength and agility, but also grants an extended life and youth.  How implausible would it be for her to just....show up?

I have this idea of her getting a version of the serum sometime before 1950.  Maybe by accident, maybe forced on her by a villain to see if it works, maybe she takes it herself to avoid it falling into enemy hands.  But then she's got it and becomes that era's version of the Black Widow.

Maybe over the decades, she grows disillusioned with what she's doing and ducks out, fakes her death, disgusted with what SHIELD has become, she's out of the loop and has no idea what's going on until she turns on the TV and Captain America is there, fighting off aliens and looking exactly the same as she remembers and she goes looking for him to warn him about what SHIELD is all about now..

Just an idea.  Personally, I think it'd make for a great movie.


Great idea, but she's in CA2 in old lady makeup, so I expect you back here with an updated version next May. :)
 
2014-01-17 11:55:04 PM  

Forbidden Doughnut: Agents of SHIELD is OK....but I'm liking "Arrow" just a bit more.

/ despite the "CW"-treacle that occasionally drags it down...
// wish it was on HBO...


.. That's reasonable. I actually haven't gotten into Arrow, is it worth it? I recently got into Supernatural so I'm already massively behind on one TV series.

/Hannibal was really good
 
2014-01-18 12:06:10 AM  
Arrow is horrible. The writing is bad even for CN (that dialogue is putridly cheesy). And they're certainly not getting their money's worth out of the prop/stage budget. You may not like the characters on Agents, but the show is at least decently written and looks good.

And for the love of God, someone needs to stand behind every director in Hollywood and fade them whenever they use a tinted filter.
 
2014-01-18 12:06:17 AM  

Ringshadow: Forbidden Doughnut: Agents of SHIELD is OK....but I'm liking "Arrow" just a bit more.

/ despite the "CW"-treacle that occasionally drags it down...
// wish it was on HBO...

.. That's reasonable. I actually haven't gotten into Arrow, is it worth it? I recently got into Supernatural so I'm already massively behind on one TV series.

/Hannibal was really good


Yes, Arrow is worth it. Like most shows like that it starts somewhat weak but it finds it's feet a few episodes in. Pretty smartly written and finds some interesting ways to adapt some comics characters into a live action show. They manage not to tell the entirety of Ollie's time on the Island in the first few episodes and the flashbacks to the island are written so that the timeline on them evolves right alongside the main story. You don't see one flashback taking place earlier than the previous flashback if you can understand what I'm trying to say. You won't have too much to catch up on with Arrow, it's only partway through the second season so with some spare time you could get caught up pretty fast.

Supernatural is pretty good but the quality drops a bit after season 5 for a while then picks back up. And Castiel is probably one of the best characters ever written.
 
2014-01-18 12:08:35 AM  
Here... Because this is all that matters in this thread:

www.gotceleb.com
www.joblo.com
baginskiblog.files.wordpress.com

thehshq.com

ennvy.com

25.media.tumblr.com
cdn2.mademan.com
i.perezhilton.com
oi39.tinypic.com
s3-live.tapcdn.com
www.zoomdog.nl

Hotter than ANYONE on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D..

/despite the ridiculousness of the last image, I think she's insanely hot.
//More interesting than 1,000,000 Skyes.
 
2014-01-18 12:11:09 AM  

UNC_Samurai: Arrow is horrible. The writing is bad even for CN (that dialogue is putridly cheesy). And they're certainly not getting their money's worth out of the prop/stage budget. You may not like the characters on Agents, but the show is at least decently written and looks good.

And for the love of God, someone needs to stand behind every director in Hollywood and fade them whenever they use a tinted filter.


*and taze them

My autocorrect is schizo
 
2014-01-18 12:18:37 AM  
Dingleberry Dickwad:
Yes, Arrow is worth it. Like most shows like that it starts somewhat weak but it finds it's feet a few episodes in. Pretty smartly written and finds some interesting ways to adapt some comics characters into a live action show. They manage not to tell the entirety of Ollie's time on the Island in the first few episodes and the flashbacks to the island are written so that the timeline on them evolves right alongside the main story. You don't see one flashback taking place earlier than the previous flashback if you can understand what I'm trying to say. You won't have too much to catch up on with Arrow, it's only partway through the second season so with some spare time you could get caught up pretty fast.

Huh, noted. Honestly the main hurdle for me is I'm very fond of Hawkeye.

Supernatural is pretty good but the quality drops a bit after season 5 for a while then picks back up. And Castiel is probably one of the best characters ever written.

I'm more of a Crowley kind of girl.

static4.wikia.nocookie.net
/"Am I the only game piece on the board who doesn't underestimate those denim-wrapped nightmares?!"
//Also seriously Jensen Ackles is painfully hot holy shiat
 
2014-01-18 12:25:58 AM  

Ringshadow: Dingleberry Dickwad:
Yes, Arrow is worth it. Like most shows like that it starts somewhat weak but it finds it's feet a few episodes in. Pretty smartly written and finds some interesting ways to adapt some comics characters into a live action show. They manage not to tell the entirety of Ollie's time on the Island in the first few episodes and the flashbacks to the island are written so that the timeline on them evolves right alongside the main story. You don't see one flashback taking place earlier than the previous flashback if you can understand what I'm trying to say. You won't have too much to catch up on with Arrow, it's only partway through the second season so with some spare time you could get caught up pretty fast.

Huh, noted. Honestly the main hurdle for me is I'm very fond of Hawkeye.

Supernatural is pretty good but the quality drops a bit after season 5 for a while then picks back up. And Castiel is probably one of the best characters ever written.

I'm more of a Crowley kind of girl.

[static4.wikia.nocookie.net image 850x478]
/"Am I the only game piece on the board who doesn't underestimate those denim-wrapped nightmares?!"
//Also seriously Jensen Ackles is painfully hot holy shiat


Crowley is cool and all, but Castiel still takes the cake IMO. Him watching porn while in a room with the Winchester brothers is probably one of the funniest scenes in the entire series.
 
2014-01-18 12:57:13 AM  
Meanwhile...You have to wonder what in the fark is going on over at Time/Warner/DC. Sure Arrow is good and modest hit and Gotham could be a really good show but they just pushed back Superman/Batman to 2016 ( personally think its so it wont get steamrolled by Disney with Star Wars and The Avengers 2) They cant get anything done with Wonder Woman and own a ton of properties that are doing nothing. And dont get me started about the Nu52  ugh..Even with the best heros at other studios with Spiderman at Sony and X-Men at Fox, Disney is doing very well. Warner has all of its heros and is doing nothing
 
2014-01-18 01:09:47 AM  

iaazathot: Sgt Otter: TuteTibiImperes:

I'd love to see a show about The Warriors Three. They could likely even get the actors from the movies, none of them are too big to do television.

There was a pitch to do a "Luke Cage & Iron Fist" TV show, set in 70s Harlem and shot like a Blaxploitation show, with grainy film stock and funky Isaac Hayes-esque theme music.

I guess the network wasn't keen on a main character being told, "Up yours, honky!" every episode.

Wasn't there an article about Netflix maybe doing a Dare Devil, Heroes for Hire crossover type series?


This.
 
2014-01-18 01:14:14 AM  
This...could be really good, like the best parts of Watchmen. Keep the movieverse references to a minimum and give us some street-level heroes from the 30's and 40's
Angel, Miss Fury, Destroyer, Laughing Mask, and a post-torch Toro could be a goldmine of stories and drama
 
2014-01-18 01:14:49 AM  

Ringshadow: Every fark thread about Agents of SHIELD:

[forums.watchuseek.com image 321x360]

/Just for once could we have a thread about Agents of SHIELD without the fark haters coming in?
//enjoying the hell out of the show


You like crap TV, we understand.

I on the other hand like to care about the characters, and want to learn more about them, not just wish death on them. As of the last time I watched a new episode of AoS in Dec. it was still just empty suits to fill roles they need.

We need a leader
and two tough guys
and two science nerds
and a hacker but give her sex appeal, and let her be the outsider so we can use her to introduce the audience to Shield.
also let's make everyone unnecessarily mysterious

Other than that can you tell me anything about them? After a whole freakin season, not really.
 
2014-01-18 01:19:46 AM  

Sgt Otter: There was a pitch to do a "Luke Cage & Iron Fist" TV show, set in 70s Harlem and shot like a Blaxploitation show, with grainy film stock and funky Isaac Hayes-esque theme music.


I want this and I don't understand why we can't have it. It could be amazingly cheesy and fun.

/ Luke Cage without a yellow silk shirt and steel tiara is pointless
 
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