This clips covers some of the footage they went over that was shown at CinemaCon. A fleshed out version of the scene where Thor meets Captain Marvel. The big piece unveils the whys as to hunt down Thanos. Apparently, it sounds like he's used the stones again. With the plan being to retrieve them. Sounds easy right? Anyway cool clip, had to get it from Movie Access Trailers, so it's followed by the other trailers. War Machine questions Marvel, Cap curses, & the beginnings of a plan is formed. Do they know how ready we are for this thing? My levels are pushing to anxious.Read More
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.. I've had a rollercoaster of a ride with this show. Sometimes liking it, sometimes hating it, & a few times actually loving it. The things that held it together through all of that though, has been Clark Gregg's, Agent Coulson. So when I heard his character was officially not returning for this season, I all but completely lost interest. That was until that first teaser trailer that ended in a very familiar face. That teased ending gets followed up in this clip from Wondercon, & dammit Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., it looks like you've totally got me for yet another season. Obviously, I have to see what this anti-version of my favorite character is all about. This was the perfect clip to release to get might right back in front of the TV for another round. What'd y'all think? In fact, not just about this clip. What are y'all's thoughts on this show as a whole? Put 'em in the comments, like, & share.
Marvel Studios released a new film clip from Captain Marvel, & in all honesty, it just seems like a strange clip to release. It's dead in the middle of a multiple chase scene. Young Nick Fury & Phil Coulson are chasing Captain Marvel as she's chasing what is most likely an undercover Skrull. It's probably very early in the film, due to her wearing her StarForce colors & not the blue, red, & gold costume, but it's just an odd snippet. It starts from nothing & pretty much ends from nothing. I do think it's awesome how much this looks like a throwback to the more modern-era Marvel films. It totally has a 90s vibe to the look of everything. Hell, it almost even looks like it was filmed in the 90s. Anyway, beings there's no context the clip really, it's neither good nor bad in my book. Just a strange clip to release once again. What do y'all think? As movie advertisement, would this steer you one way or the other? Put it in the comments, like, & share.