By being the first Marvel series to follow a female superhero (sorry, Agent Carter didn’t have superpowers), Jessica Jones already broke a good bit of glass ceiling. But Season 2 looks to shatter a bit more.
We already know who’ll be starring as Carol Danvers in the big-screen version of Captain Marvel, but the studio still hasn’t decided who will actually be in charge of bringing the film to life. Well, the list has reportedly been trimmed to three.
It’s hard to imagine anyone but Chris Evans in the role of Captain America, but John Krasinski (who is set to star as Jack Ryan in the new 10-episode Amazon TV series) may have come *this close* to playing the Star Spangled Man With a Plan in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
With so many cool, new characters kicking around in the comics the past few years, Marvel has started using its animated series lineup as a de facto proving ground for new characters. Up next? Everyone’s favorite new Spider-person.
Ever since it was announced that 15-year-old Riri Williams would be taking over from Tony Stark as the new Iron Man in the fall with Invincible Iron Man #1, fans have been waiting with bated breath to learn which code name the young science prodigy would use.
While we already knew Star-Lord (Chris Pratt) would be rocketing his way into Avengers: Infinity War following the events of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, we had yet to hear if the rest of the Guardians would also appear in the third Avengers film.
Stage magician and comedian Penn Jillette — of the dynamic duo of Penn & Teller — will (ahem) pen the upcoming Spider-Man/Deadpool #11 Marvel comic book issue drawn by Scott Koblish, which will see Spidey and Deapool join forces with the two magicians.