During a Wizard World Chicago panel to discuss the Arrowverse, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow actor Matt Ryan spoke about performing on TV and stage. Other panelists in the Arrowverse panel also included Kelly Hu and Teddy Sears. A member of the audience asked a question about which medium is more challenging or fun. While Kelly Hu said she doesn’t want to do stage, Teddy Sears commented that he would love to do animation but he’s…"Matt Ryan: Legends Star Has Theater Itch Again"
During Wizard World Chicago, Mark Jackson and Kelly Hu appeared during a panel to discuss The Orville and answer fan questions. Unfortunately, Scott Grimes couldn’t attend the Friday afternoon panel, which was hosted by Freaks and Geeks cast member Samm Levine. While the panel lasted for about 45 minutes, I’m only choosing to cover their answers to the question that I asked. What do you generally look for in screenplays when selecting projects? Kelly Hu:…"The Orville: Mark Jackson and Kelly Hu talk Scripts"
Marvel Studios revealed that Natalie Portman will be wielding Mjolnir in the upcoming Thor: Love and Thunder due out in November 2021. There is some basis in the comics for Portman’s Jane Foster taking over as Thor. Following the Original Sin storyline, Thor Odinson witnesses an unidentified woman lifting his beloved Hammer and take the power of Thor. Foster eventually throws Mjolnir into the sun during an attempt to destroy Mangog, sacrificing her life in…"Natalie Portman to Wield the Hammer of Thor"
Seth MacFarlane announced during San Diego Comic Con 2019 that The Orville will be moving exclusively to Hulu, starting with season 3. “The Orville has been a labor of love for me, and there are two companies which have supported that vision in a big way: 20th Century Fox Television, where I’ve had a deal since the start of my career, and FOX Broadcasting Company, now FOX Entertainment, which has been my broadcast home for…"The Orville moves to Hulu for Season 3 in 2020"
Marvel Studios presented their Phase Four titles during San Diego Comic Con 2019 and this announcement didn’t come without some surprises. Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige was on hand in Hall H for the big event and had a lot of announcements on hand. The biggest surprise is that Blade will be making his first appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. No date was announced for Blade’s MCU debut but Mahershala Ali has been cast…"Marvel Presents Phase Four Titles at Comic Con"
The first wave of guests have been announced for the 2019 edition of Wizard World Chicago, taking place August 22-25 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center. Aquaman star Jason Momoa is among the headliners of the first wave of guests that were announced yesterday. While the convention takes place Thursday-Sunday, the DC superhero will only be in Chicago for Sunday only. Gotham stars Ben McKenzie and Morena Baccarin are scheduled to attend Friday through…"Wizard World Chicago: First Guests Announced"
Ant-Man star Paul Rudd was on hand in Chicago this weekend for the headlining Clueless reunion panel taking place during the 10th annual C2E2. While he was running late as a result of an autograph signing, Rudd joined Clueless co-stars Alicia Silverstone, Breckin Meyer, and Donald Faison on the Main Stage. After about 20 minutes or so of conversation with moderator Clare Kramer, the floor was turned over to the audience for a question and…"C2E2 2019: Paul Rudd on The Secret To Not Aging"
Freaks and Geeks star John Francis Daley spoke with Solzy at the Movies while on the red carpet just before the special screening of Stuber during SXSW. Twenty years ago this September, Freaks and Geeks would make its premiere on NBC. More than a few months later, the series would sadly come to an end. The legacy of the Paul Feig-created series–executive produced by Judd Apatow–lives on to this day. For more on that legacy,…"C2E2 2019: John Francis Daley talks Freaks and Geeks"
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. star Clark Gregg is among the first entertainment guests announced to headline Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo (C2E2) 2019 at McCormick Place. Entertainment guests announced at the moment include Gregg, John Barrowman, Summer Glau, Christopher Sabat, and Sean Schemmel. On the comic book front, the early guests include Jason Aaron, Russell Dauterman, Matt Wilson, Eve L. Ewing, Ed McGuiness, Kevin Nowlan, George Perez, and Marc Silvestri. More guests are sure to be announced as the day moves…"C2E2 2019: First Wave of Guests Announced"
The core cast of Boy Meets World reunited together on stage for the first time during Wizard World Chicago on Friday, August 24th. The panel, full of audience questions, panel ran nearly an hour. There were laughs and tears. During the Q&A, an audience member asked the Boy Meets World cast what some of the favorite memories that they still have to this day from working on the show. When Danielle Fishel, who starred as…"Boy Meets World cast discuss Favorite Memories"