The likelihood of there being a second season to Inhumans is very slim. Â The chances that there will be a season three is somewhere up there with Heath Ledger staring in another film as the Joker.
But for some reason Inhumans show creator Scott Buck says he has no plans to allow the show to only air one season and then fade off into the sunset.
If the critics are right and the fanbase has anything to say about it Scott Buck isn’t going to get his wish.
Buck is the same guy that placed his creative touch on the Netflix flatliner Iron Fist and now has seemingly done the same with Inhumans. Â Despite his flailing reputation he still has plans for two more seasons and claims to know exactly where he wants to take the story.
Hopefully it’s to a paper shredder but stranger things have happened. Â Who knows? Â Maybe there will be a second season for Inhumans. Â And then we can all gather together and laugh at that one too.
Does anyone still use Hulu? Â Well if you do then you’ll be able to catch their newest superhero series based on the Marvel storyline of the Runaways.
The plot will follow six teenagers from different backgrounds that untie to fight against their parent’s criminal organization known as the Pride. Â If you are not expecting big things from this you may be on to something.
Runaways is scheduled for ten episodes and will debut on November 21st.
Earlier today a new trailer for Thor: Ragnarok was released for the Chinese market. Â Although it is pretty similar to the Japanese trailer already released this one provides viewers with a bit more insight to the films plot.
In it we get to see what appears to be a fight between The Goddess of Death and Valkyrie, more Surtur action, and a battle between Thor and Hela before he loses Mjolnir.
The sequel to James Cameron’s massively successful film Avatar is currently underway and images of the newest additions to the cast have been released by Entertainment Weekly.
Seven youngsters, who will play the offspring of Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) and Naytiri (Zoe Saldana) as well as children from a neighboring tribe called the Metkayina, are featured sans costume and CGI with a Pandora-esque background behind them.
It has been confirmed that these additions to the film will play a major role in the Avatar franchise and are being referred to as the future of Pandora.
Usually when fans attempt to recreate their favorite films or scripts it’s the equivalent of handing a chimpanzee a tambourine and case of Red Bull. Â It’s chaotic and noisy and no-one wants to hear it.
This fan made trailer of Batman versus Pennywise The Clown is pretty bad ass, however.
I think we can all agree this would be awesome and terrifying all at the same time.
Total Film Magazine’sÂ latest issued has hinted that there might be an earlier release date for the highly anticipated Netflix original Punisher series then previously expected.
Rumors circulated early that fans would not be able to watch Frank Castle tear up the streets until sometime around November of this year. Â But now it looks as though that date may have been bumped up to early October. Â Friday the 13th to be exact.
Netflix is still keeping this one pretty hush-hush but the fact that there has been very little information released in regards to the launch does seem to indicate that they are not far from the initial premiering.
This one has the markings of “binge worthy” written all over it. Â Fans will just have to wait a little while longer, however, until that will be possible.
It looks as though any plans for a follow up season to Marvel’s highly anticipated, critically damaged and fanbase bashed Inhumans is not going to happen.
After massive budget issues, extremely poor reviews, questionable CGI, awkward costumes and scenery it looks as though the folks at ABC are going to forego any opportunity at a second season. Â The current work is now being described as the completed concept indicating that there will not be a follow up in the works.
The upside to Inhumans not having a future on television is that there are now opportunities for a more serious film adaptation to take place. With a greater budget and more professional approach perhaps the fate of the big screen project will launch to greater success.
Matt Vaughn, director of Kingsman: The Golden Circle, revealed recently that he had aspirations of creating a young Wolverine movie that would take place between First Class and Days Of Future Past.
Slated to take place in the 70’s the plot line would focus on the early life and struggles of the Wolverine and the actor Vaughn had in mind to do so was Tom Hardy.
Sadly, Vaughn’s concept was shot down and he has since passed the baton to franchise stalwart Bryan Singer. Â The movie itself is still on the docket but the details of the storyline have yet to be fleshed out.
Fox executive Stacey Snider has mentioned that the idea of rebooting with a new actor is not off the table. Â Fans can interpret that however they would like but perhaps the opportunity for a Tom Hardy Wolverine is not completely out of the picture yet.
After years of failed attempts at filming another Blade Runner the wait is finally over.
Blade Runner 2049 is scheduled to hit theaters on October 6th and will star Ryan Gosling as LAPD Officer K. Â Fans will also be delighted to see a return of Harrison Ford’s character, Rick Deckhard, despite the continuous rumors that he was not going to be included.
The latest Netflix trailer for the Punisher has arrived and it does not disappoint.
Providing viewers with an inside peak into the life of Frank Castle and the events that transformed him into the Punisher the most recent installment to the hit Marvel series goes above and beyond awesome.
It has also been reported that there will be zero cross over with Defenders, so rest easy. Â This will definitely be worth the watch.