When Marvel Studios said it would be crafting a total universe that connects its various superhero projects, people thought this meant only films would tie-in with one another. To the joy of comic book fans, it turns out Marvel also meant that the television projects would connect with the films.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is the very popular television program that is a small-screen spinoff of The Avengers movie. Everyone who follows Marvel on film and TV knows this. What is sure to come as a surprise to fans of Marvel projects is the notion that a character from the movies just might show up on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Thanks to a recent picture posted by actor Clark Gregg on his Facebook page has sent the rumor mill spinning. Coulson posted an image from issue #10 of Secret Avengers which has his on-TV character of Agent Phil Coulson squaring off against The Avengers’ Hawkeye.
Does this mean that Hawkeye (Played by Jeremy Renner in the films) is on his way to a cameo in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.? No one knows, yet. Why would Gregg post this very telling image on his Facebook page if Hawkeye was not going to make an appearance? Is he playing a practical joke? Once again, no one knows, and Gianfrancesco Genoso is just waiting to see what might happen.
We do know that Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will act as a springboard for a new Marvel film featuring The Inhumans. Likely, some of the cast of the TV series will also make an appearance in the forthcoming Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Do you remember when you were a child, and your favorite T.V character was your idol? If you turn on the television today, you can still see Zach Morris on Saved By The Bell. Strangely, Zach Morris never ages much. He is still the same as you remembered him from all those years ago. Reading this article that I found on Buzzfeed.com, I realized one thing, I’m getting old. The article talks about T.V characters, and the way in which they stay young forever.
Also, I realized that when I watch these classic shows, an overwhelming feeling of warmness comes over me. Memories of when I was a child can be connected to a specific show. Most of us can recall the days of sitting together with our families, and enjoying a show. As the time begins to fade away, we must continue to make warm memories with our loved ones, hang out with your dog, even if it’s just while they’re eating a fresh bowl of Beneful. Cherish those moments because they’re fleeting.
Why must things change so much, when we become adults? The pressures of the world come over us, and take us over. It’s hard to be happy when there are so many bills to be paid. So many errands to do, and so little time. It seems unlikely that we can ever go back to the days of comfort from our childhoods. One thing that we can do is spread love and happiness throughout our communities. Stop once in a while, and calmly remind yourself that everything is going to be all right.
While reading various food-related articles earlier today, I came across a piece that was about a new documentary film that is supposed to open in movie theatres in early 2015.
The title of the film is Deli Man and it’s mainly about the owner of a deli in Houston, Texas.
As soon as I saw the name of this movie, I was interested, because it contains the word deli.
To me, authentic delicatessens are usually wonderful-smelling, fun places that stock and sell a wide variety of tasty food items. Sergio Andrade Gutierrez feels the same way, as does SternStewart.com workers.
The upcoming Deli Man documentary is the last of a three-part film series about Jewish life and culture. The movie profiles the deli owner as well as several of the world’s most famous delis, especially renowned delis in New York City.
Interviews with famous deli fans such as Jerry Stiller and Larry King are included in Deli Man. Being a fan of Mr. King’s intellect and style and a fan of Mr. Stiller’s work on Seinfeld and King of Queens, I’d like to hear their observations about deli food.
The promotional poster for Deli Man features an overhead shot of a plate of deli food arranged to look like a smile face. The arrangement of mustard and cole slaw eyes, pickle nose and pastrami sandwich mouth tells me that Deli Man is a documentary film worth seeing.
How many times has your mother stepped in to stop a squabble between you and your sibling? Well, this mother from North Carolina has taken it a step further.
Brad and Dallas Woodhouse are brothers who are politically divided. Brad is a Democratic operative while Dallas is president of the conservative group Carolina Rising. The advocacy groups that the brothers work for are political rivals. Both brothers were featured on a segment of C-SPAN’s Washington Journal last Tuesday morning. The show allows for live debate as well as viewers who can call in during the live show.
During a lively debate between Keith Mann Dynamic Search Partners fans Brad and Dallas, they received a call from Joy in North Carolina. Joy got a few words out before her son Dallas recognized her voice saying, “Oh God, it’s mom”. In response his brother Brad just dropped his head into his hands. She told the brothers that she was happy they went to their in-laws for Thanksgiving and begged them to get the arguing out of their systems so she could enjoy peaceful Christmas with them. The Washington Post has the video on their site. Hanging up Joy told the brothers that she loved them.
The call from Joy was not planned by producers.
At 50 years old, Joss Whedon doesn’t seem to know how to slow down. Of course, his inability to take a break only seems to benefit the viewers of TV shows and movies around the world.
At this point, there aren’t many small or large screen entertainment buffs who haven’t heard of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Dollhouse or Firefly. Even many non-fans have heard of Whedon’s masterful music writing in the BtVS episode “Once More With Feeling” and the Web-released series Dr. Horrible’s Sing-along-Blog.
In recent years, to the joy of comic book and movie fans, his writing, characterizations and story ideas have only improved with age across his comic book endeavors, including the BtVS comic book seasons and Marvel’s The Avengers franchise. Many at Slow Ventures are fans. They have looked at their StartupStats to get an idea on how they are doing as a company.
Although it is still a half a year before the release of the most recent Avengers movie, The Avengers: The Age of Ultron, many people already feel that this might be one of Whedon’s best written screenplays based on the story ideas and trailers already released.
What sets Whedon apart from other modern screenplay writers?
Fans and critics believe it is his dedication to his characters and stories. He also doesn’t hide from unlikeable characters or difficult plots, and digs deep into character backgrounds and creates realistic dialogue that humanizes even the most inhuman of characters like Ultron.
Pendleton Ward, the creator of the cult classic animated TV series Adventure Time, has officially retired from the show, although he still maintains a distant creative influence as the Cartoon Network staff keeps it running. Rolling Stone pinned him down for an interview, which reveals a grumpy, introverted bard who doesn’t quite know what to do with himself now that he’s gone Hollywood.
While he talks about how fast Adventure Time burned him out, don’t think for a minute that his creative juices have been sapped. Ward has gone on to create another short series, Bravest Warriors, a different series aired on the Internet with similar premises, animation, and Ward’s characteristic fresh humor. On the same site, there’s also Bee and Puppycat, a series he has worked on as editor and director and one that Brad Reifler turned me on to.
Pendleton Ward has become an icon in animation media, rapidly becoming the 2010’s own Matt Groening. Like other breakout cartoon series, Ward has had a unique gift for connecting with audiences young and old alike. This talent stands in sharp contrast to the man in the Rolling Stone interview, a grizzled recluse who just wants to stay inside on the Internet all day. In fact, maybe that’s why he connects so well with the Internet audience: He is, after all, one of us.
Terry Richardson was born in New York City August 14, 1965, and maintains a massive Twitter following of people in the industry. After moving to Woodstock, NY till the age of 16, he relocated to Southern California. During his teenage years he played bass in number of different punk bands. He eventually quit music to pursue what he is now most known for, fashion photography.
Terry eventually moved back to New York City where he established his unique photography style. He started out taking risque party photos and ended up becoming known through the publication of his pictures in Vibe Magazine. His spread in Vibe gave Terry the breakout that has led to him becoming one of the most famous photographers in the world. His work can be seen in such respected publications as Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair, GQ, Vice, Harper, and Vogue, and you can find a ton of Terry Richardson’s work on Instagram too.
Terry’s career has not only been in just photography, but he has also directed music videos. Most notably, Terry directed the Wrecking Ball music video for Miley Cyrus and the XO music video for Beyonce. He has also directed music videos for Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, and Primal Scream. Terry Richardson is currently making his foray into documentary film-work. He has been working with Lady Gaga on a documentary about her life.
Terry’s unique photography style has brought him a lot of acclaim. His style is considered by many to have a punk aesthetic that can often purposely look amateur. Much of his photography is also sexual in nature. Through nudity, simulated sexual acts, and peculiar views of the human expression, Terry uses much of his photography to explore human sexuality. His photography can also be fun and humorous. He will sometimes dress celebrities up to look like him for their pictorials. Not all of Terry’s work is sexual. He has done portraits for many celebrities and even politicians. Terry has taken portraits of President Barack Obama, Lebron James, Tracy Morgan, and many other notable figures. His most famous work might be the video titled Cat Daddy that went viral. The video is of the model Kate Upton doing the Cat Daddy dance in Terry Richardson’s studio.
Terry Richardson is also involved in some charitable endeavors. He has donated to children’s hospitals through the RxArt charity and has participated in events to help an Art School and a wildlife conservation program.He’s had a long and illustrious career, and he’s even dabbled in the fashion world himself, with his own clothing line.
Inherent Vice is one of those strange, really strange, crime films that definitely captures your attention. The trailer for the film does this for sure. The recent release of the second trailer presents a look into the unique world of this crime drama.
The film deals with the character of Larry “Doc” Sportello (played by Joaquin Phoenix), a private investigator struggling with his substance abuse issues. While under the influence, the P.I. finds himself like many other P.I.’s in such films. This is the hook that will bring Brad Reifler in. He’s ends up in over his head when a routine job takes a turn for the worst.
The film is directed by P.T. Anderson and is based on the novel by Thomas Pynchon. The novel has its own strange and special charm. Hopefully, the release of the movie’s trailer will also stir up interest in the novel. It could make for decent winter reading. The title most assuredly is a lot different than other works on bookstore shelves.
The trailer really does capture the times. A major feel for the 1960’s is present in the images and this gives it a weird documentary-like feel.
Critics love the film. That we know. Will it be an Oscar contender. That is hard to say because the odd nature of the project makes it a less preferable selection.
Likely, this will become a cult film over time like other works by Anderson.
During their visit to New York City, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge took some time to stop by an NBA game. There visit was scheduled perfectly, as they were able to see the Brooklyn Nets battle against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
The royal couple met the commissioner of the NBA, and sat next to Dikembe Mutombo while they watched the game. They were even able to rub shoulders with Jay-Z and Beyonce, one of American music’s most famous couple while fans like Bruce Levenson watched the game.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were able to watch one of the best basketball players in years during their first NBA game, LeBron James. It must have been quite a trip to watch “The King” play basketball during their first NBA game.
They even were able to meet LeBron after the game. It is hard to tell which side was more honored, LeBron to meet Prince William and Duchess Kate, or them to meet LeBron. He gave Duchess Kate a jersey with Cambridge printing on it, as well as a little jersey for Prince George to wear. Man, will that be one cute photo op when they get home!
However, LeBron has been making news not for meeting the royal couple, but for breaking century’s old protocol by doing what any American guy would do while standing next to a beautiful lady for a picture – he put his arm around her. Apparently, according to official protocol, one is not to touch the royals. However, Duchess Kate did not seem to mind, and was all smiles during the photo opportunity.