ABC has given the pilot order to MARVEL'S MOST WANTED, a spin-off of AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. centered on Bobbi Morse, also known as "Mockingbird", and her ex-husband, Lance Hunter. Adrianne Palicki and Nick Blood are confirmed to reprise their roles as Morse and Hunter.
Yeah but it sells pretty good for foreign channels/streaming.
Some shows and channels now are starting to justify bad nielsen ratings by measuring social media response either the day or the sam day after, and for all its faults, SHIELD generally blows up on twitter every night it's on (mostly because of the cast interacting).
I hope they don't get cut out of regular AoS cast completely.
Hunter knocking the soldier guy out to take a blood sample was great as well as the banter in the monitor van. I wish the show was more of that and less plans within plans within HYDRA.
Bitch can't act, she's taller than literally everyone but Mac which makes all of her fight scenes really awkward to watch because stunt doubles are obvious and I don't like the odd moment when my eyes trail up from her tits to her ugo neanderthal face.
In a surprise twist that I wouldn't believe if you told me 3 years ago, Daisy is the best girl on the show.
It's the usual problem of stupid execs seeing how people like the comedic relief character and then deciding focusing entirely on them would be great when the whole reason people like them is because its in small doses.
There's also the fact that Disney fucking OWNS ABC and is just using them to shove more marvel crap down everyone's throat.
AoS shield is effectively a very expensive advertisement. Won't be long before the current plotline gets dropped and they start going hard on building up to civil war plot.
I fucking can't do this shit any more.
There is no way I can stay this committed to the MCU. I'm abandoning ship on this one.
This does seem like a weird decision. If they're taking them out of AoS, then that's a bummer cause I liked their interactions with the other cast members. If they're not taking them out and this is just a solo side-story thing, then it's just going to feel like AoS-lite. The HunterxMockingbird scenes were my least favorite for both characters.
It's like making a show out of the scenes of AoS that I didn't like. Why? I'd rather have a Deathlok show.
Because John Ridley's project still hasn't picked a focus subject, let alone a draft script. He's way past the deadline to get a pilot shot and approved for schedule Summer 2016 or Fall '16/Spring '17.
This is also why Damage Control was approved for a pilot because the scripts could be written and shot in time for one of these future slots.
>,a spin-off of AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. centered on Bobbi Morse, also known as "Mockingbird", and her ex-husband, Lance Hunter
I-I'm holding on. I'm not sure how much longer I can take this, but I'm finishing what I started. I will see every live-action MCU project until Infinity War pt. 2.
Then, I will probably kill myself.
I take it you don't read TV Grim Reaper. If a show directly produced by a network has 66 episodes by the end of its third season, a fourth season is guaranteed to give the show enough episodes to enter syndication.
The moment Agents of Shield was renewed for a third season, it was also unofficially renewed for a fourth. Same will happen when The Flash is renewed for a third season.
But, What should i watch tonight that is a cartoon?
>"alright guys, I have an idea"
>"let's make a show out of a comic book superhero universe"
>"and make it have nothing to do with superheroes!"
I will never fucking understand this. Just why? I could kind of understand Agents of Shield, it was kind of a "behind the scenes" look between Marvel movies since the events were connected. At this point, the shows have nothing to do with the movies anymore. They'll just pull some random bullshit on the last episode to make it link with Civil War, like they did with Avengers.
But aside from that, why now just choose a minor superhero and make a show about them so you have something fucking new? If it has to be a spin-off, why not just introduce a hero on AoS, then push them into a spin-off show after. Just something other than the same thing we've already been watching for the past few years
You cant use vigilantes, that is netfilx ground.
You cant use minor superheroes with metahumans abilities most of them are mutants/inhumans, of course the are exceptions like characters that gained their power because of the supersoldier serum.
Man, I wish.
We all know Screaming Mimi and Beetle are going to be in the movies approximately never, so imagine if Marvel started seeding AoS with B-list villains, like Flash does with his Rogues - introduce them all, have a few re-appear, have partial occasional team-ups (like Cal's Retard Legion, only not lame), and then next year have them show up in AoS in a back-door pilot as the Thunderbolts.
End of the episode, you reveal the T-Bolts are just the villains with different costumes.
Imagine how much it would blow everyone's minds.
Then, you could have a Thunderbolts show, which is what we all want.
Didn't they try this last year and it got shut down? Like I legit thought last year the pilot got the green light and then someone was like, "Whoa, wait, what are we do? Shut it down. This is silly."
So, which villain are they gonna waste on this show? Cause it seems like we'll get to the point where Marvel truly runs out of villains to use and we get stuff like the White Rabbit and Ruby Tuesday.
They could reuse some characters they already have (although they would need to introduce some more anyway, especially since there are no fitting women yet).
Daniel Whitehall – Kraken (instead of Zemo/Citizen V)
Carl Creel – Lightningbolt
Marco Scarlotti – Blacklash
David Angar – Scream (or Voice)
Donnie Gill - Blizzard
Wendell Levi – Ghost
And I know they’re not going to involve anything Netflix, but if they would:
Melvin Potter - Gladiator
Will Simpson - Scourge
Len Sirkes – Lone Shark
Eh, I stuck with watching AoS for a while because I enjoyed the MCU movies so much, but that didn't last long.
I look at it like Star Wars now, the movies (even the bad ones, and they ARE bad) are decent enough fun, but goddamn if I'll be autistic enough to bother to read any of those "canon" EU books and comics (and yes I realize 90% is officially non-canon now, which is meaningless to me because in my eyes it was always fan fiction)
I'll keep watching the movies and the Netflix shows, but that's it.
Isn't it obvious?
Seriously though, I'd be so down for a miniseries about the Bradley family