Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. was our idea. Yep, that’s right, we thought of it way back in July of 2012. You want evidence? Fine! Check out episode 69 of Rated NA right around the 34 minute mark. Okay, we realize we’re probably not the only group of geeks on the planet that fantasized about a S.H.I.E.L.D. television series before it was announced last year, but we like to feel special on occasion.
Most directors hot off the success of one of the highest grossing films of all time would no doubt try and cash in on all the hype by working on another massive action film. Then again, most directors aren’t Joss Whedon. Much Ado About Nothing, a Shakespearean adaptation, recently screened this weekend during Austin’s SXSW everything festival, and we’ve been hearing some great things
Questions for actress Amy Acker? Yep, she’s joining us on Rated NA 81!
This is a short list of five things we’d love to see from Joss Whedon’s newly announced S.H.I.E.L.D. television series for ABC.
Katrina Hill’s “The Most Dangerous Women at Comic-Con” panel was sort of like one of those awesome Marvel Team Up comics you probably read when you were a wee kid. If for some reason you were deprived of said comic, Marvel Team Up would take a few heroes from different books and send them on a mission they could only accomplish by working together. While no crime fighting actually occurred during the panel, it did manage to showcase some of the most creative, fun, and entertaining women in their respective industries.
The story of Firefly is one of swashbuckling space heroes, evil mega-corporations, and above all else, friendship. Ten years after its premature cancellation, Firefly is more popular than ever with “Jane hat” wearing fans all over the ‘verse. We were incredibly honored to be asked to cover the 10th anniversary panel and subsequent press conference
Amy was cool enough to chat with us about a number of her projects, new and old, as well as her starring role in Joss Whedon’s follow up to the Avengers. We hope you enjoy our incredibly fun interview with Amy Acker.
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This March the Joss Whedon written and produced Cabin in The Woodswill finally will finally be seen after being shelved by a sinking MGM years ago. To put things into perspective, Cabin began filming in March 2009 and was completed on May 29, 2009.
Enjoy this incredibly candid interview with the ultra-fun Alesandra Torresani, co-star of the new web-series, Husbands, launching September 13 @ www.husbandstheseries.com
The former Chosen One, Sarah Michelle Gellar, makes her first trip back to Comic-Con since promoting The Grudge almost 10 years ago! Gellar jump-kicks her way back to Ballroom 20 in order plug her new show “The Ringer” which premieres this fall on The CW.