See Buzz. See Buzz glow. Glow, Buzz, glow!
The emotional crotchpunch that was Toy Story 3 may have had a cathartic ring to it, but Toy Story lives on.
Another sequel will probably roll around eventually, but for now, the characters of Pixar's first feature film endure in the Toy Story Toon shorts. So far, these shorts have been attached to Disney releases, but this year, Toy Story of Terror brings Woody, Buzz, and the rest of Andy's old toys to television.
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In early November, there will be a week where you can see Thor: The Dark World in theaters on Friday, then catch the first Marvel Studios first live-action television series, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., the following Tuesday night on ABC. Now, thanks to an extended trailer for the series clocking in at just under three minutes, you can get a much better idea of just what you'll be watching on Tuesdays starting this fall.
Pop quiz, hotshot. What's better than seven seconds of first look footage from Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., the upcoming ABC series that will take the phenomenally successful Marvel Studios universe to network televsion?
The answer is, of course, thirty-seconds of footage from Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
And that's exactly what we have for you today, by way of a TV spot.
There was never any real doubt that ABC wouldn't take Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. from pilot to series. It is, after all, directly related to the third-biggest movie of all time and a series of cross-pollinating franchises that have become a legitimate pop culture phenomenon the world over.
So though it was never in doubt, it's still nice to hear that ABC is indeed planning to have Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. as a part of its schedule this Fall. Not only that, but the network is airing a sneak peak of material from the pilot this Sunday during the season finale of Once Upon a Time.
Not only that, but right now we have the first official look at the series' slick logo, as well as a shiny lineup of the principal cast in character.
Agent Coulson is/was/shall forever remain the quietly heroic heart and soul of S.H.I.E.L.D., and even, to a certain extent, Marvel's shared cinematic universe.
So it's with no small amount of happiness that fans of Clark Gregg and his signature character anticipate the live-action Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. television series alongside a roster of new espionage agents. The question of just how Coulson could return after (spoiler) getting straight-up shanked through the chest by a mischievous deity, has been on everyone's mind since Gregg's involvement was announced.
Speculation has included notions both wild and mundane, from the idea that Phil returns as Vision to the concept of a digital consciousness. But according to a new rumor, Agent Coulson's resurrection might just be a whole lot simpler.
Joss Whedon is a man uniquely blessed with the gift of gab. He's talkative. Loquacious even.
Today, the writer and director of the biggest movie in history not helmed by James Cameron is flapping his gums about Marvel's S.H.I.E.L.D. pilot, which he describes as "a very hopeful show."
Did you know that in just twenty-four short days, the Academy Awards will shower pomp and circumstance on fabulously attired movie stars and bigshots? Of course you knew that. Nonetheless, ABC has dropped another quick promotional spot for the 85th Annual Oscars.
No less a source than Cobie Smulders – S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Maria Hill – is sharing some inside information on next year's Captain America: The Winter Soldier and the possibility that we'll see the character in action on the S.H.I.E.L.D. television series.
The SHIELD ABC television series just added a sixth regular castmember, rounding out the principle ensemble with Chloe Bennet, a familiar face from fellow ABC show Nashville.
ABC's SHIELD pilot almost certainly won't feature any of the heavy-hitting Avengers jetting around in their bright costumes, but it will follow a group of Whedonesque agents of the premiere espionage and peacekeeping agency in Marvel's cinematic universe. And with the addition of two new actors to the ensemble cast, almost all the major roles have been filled.