Natalie Portman says she’s done with Marvel. There are more teases for Flash and Supergirl’s musical crossover. The Punisher is already beginning casting for its supporting characters. Plus, new looks at Scream and Scream Queens, and Ray Palmer gets an interesting armor update in Legends of Tomorrow. Spoilers now!
Netflix’s Marvel shows are, for now, sticking to a schedule of two shows per year. Which means a long wait for a second season of Jessica Jones, as well as the third season of Daredevil. And possibly an even longer one for the Punisher solo show.
The movie versions of Marvel’s heroes have been part of Hasbro’s 6-inch-scale Legends line for a while now, but characters from the TV side of the MCU have been conspicuously absent. Well, until now, as Hasbro has revealed that the Netflix versions of Jessica Jones and the Punisher are getting figures.
Not a total surprise after the love the character got in Daredevil, but now it’s official: there will be a Punisher TV show on Netflix.
Daredevil’s second season is finally out, and at this point, a lot of people have powered through 13 hours of vigilante television (This includes us). But the sophomore season throws out a lot more questions than it really answers. Here’s just a few of the puzzles racking our brains—and what they might mean for the…
There’s just two days to go before we get new Daredevil episodes, but we’re still getting a bunch of new looks at season two—like this Frank Castle-focused featurette, which it shouldn’t surprise anyone familiar with the Punisher to know comes with a NSFW warning for scenes of violence.
And while you’re at it, don’t expect an Einstein and Miller X-Files spinoff. There’s more talk that Daniel Craig is done with James Bond. Powerless adds three more stars to its cast. Plus Rhet Rheese offers an update on Zombieland 2, and Krysten Ritter hopes Jessica Jones might appear in Infinity War. Spoilers Get!
Next month, Frank Castle and Matt Murdock will battle each other for the soul of Hell’s Kitchen in Daredevil season 2, but it won’t be the first time the Man Without Fear has gone up against the Punisher. Want to know more about Daredevil and Punisher’s long history together before the show returns? Here’s a few…
It’s very obvious at this point that Marvel are big fans of letting their wildly successful movies influence their comic books. Case in point? Just as Daredevil season two hits Netflix in March, we’re getting a digital miniseries that will see the Devil of Hell’s Kitchen and the Punisher pitted against each other.
When The Purge came out in 2013, I dismissed it as a ham-fisted parable of income inequality. The story of a future America where crime is legal for one night, and the rich use this fact to kill the poor for sport, it seemed almost too bludgeony. But The Purge: Anarchy was totally brilliant, and the third movie looks…
In its forthcoming second season Daredevil is getting two new major characters: the Punisher (Jon Bernthal) and Elektra Natchios (Élodie Yung). Thanks to Entertainment Weekly, we now have a look at the Punisher in action. And it’s not looking good for Daredevil (Charlie Cox).
X-Men: Apocalypse could add a lot more Wolverine. Get a look at the heroes of the Warcraft movie. Jessica Jones’ entire first season gets some teasing descriptions. Plus, new looks at this week’s Doctor Who and iZombie, a bizarre theory about Game of Thrones’ delay, and a new Hunger Games clip. Behold, Spoilers!
It might be tough to tell, but yes, that really is Marvel’s Punisher on the set of the second season of Daredevil. Much like Daredevil wore black pajamas for most of his first season, it appears Frank Castle will need a bit of time before he dons his trademark skull shirt. Still, he doesn’t look like anyone you want…
Some major details just dropped about the upcoming seasons of Marvel’s two biggest TV series— specifically, their nicknames. For instance, Daredevil showrunner Marco Ramirez is referring to season 2 as “Daredevil Vs. the Punisher” while Agents of SHIELD will basically be bringing Secret Warriors to TV.
Ever since Daredevil’s second season was confirmed, we’ve been speculating as to who from Marvel Comics could show up alongside Matt Murdock. While everyone wondered about Bullseye and Elektra, instead Marvel have revealed that another anti-hero is headed to Hell’s Kitchen: Frank Castle himself!
JJ Abrams discusses honoring Star Wars’ past in The Force Awakens. Clark Gregg looks to Agents of SHIELD’s future in the MCU. Plus, teases for the finales of Once Upon A Time and Arrow, and where a potential fifth season of Person of Interest could go. To me, my Spoilers!
Iron Man may have changed the game for Marvel movies, but Marvel already had a long history of movie-making before the creation of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Here's part two of our look back at the history of Marvel comic book movies, as we head into the 90's and come right up to 2008.
In any other world, the presence of a similar looking Penske trucks in two key moments would be a coincidence. Not in the Marvelverse. It's the same truck driver, say directors Joe and Anthony Russo.