Tag: Tim Blake Nelson

Liv Tyler Returning as Betty Ross in Captain America 4

Marvel is pulling out all the stops to get people to start seeing its movies again. One of those stops is bringing back The Hulk’s ex-girlfriend. The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed that Liv Tyler will return as Betty Ross in Captain America: New World Order. Betty, the love interest of Bruce Ban...

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The Leader Was Almost in She-Hulk

She-Hulk almost ruined another Marvel character. In an interview with ComicBook.com, She-Hulk head writer Jessica Gao revealed that Hulk villain The Leader was nearly the show’s antagonist, but for a reason she doesn’t remember – possibly because her mind was on more important things, like whe...

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D23 Updates: Marvel Edition

The recent Marvel D23 panel was underwhelming, to say the least. Marvel Studios didn’t confirm any major casting like those rumored for Fantastic Four, roles for Henry Cavill or John Boyega. The grand total of the public revelations boils down to a few posters, confirmation of previously e...

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REVIEW: Watchmen – Season 1, Episode 9, “See How They Fly”

HBO’s official description of “See How They Fly,” the Watchmen season (series?) finale, highlights one of the larger sticking points with the sequel series: “Everything ends. For real this time.” In trying to carve out a reason for itself to exist, Watchmen the show undermines the original...

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REVIEW: Watchmen – Season 1, Episode 5 “Little Fear of Lightning”

“Little Fear of Lightning” suggests that Watchmen’s best episodes will be the ones that aren’t focused on Angela Abar. This week puts Looking Glass under the… let’s got with “microscope,” and manages to be a marked improvement over the previous installment, and even a little better t...

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REVIEW: Watchmen – Season 1, Episode 4 “If You Don’t Like My Story Write Your Own”

This week’s episode of Watchmen is called “If You Don’t Like My Story Write Your Own” because of course it is. It’s smug, condescending, obnoxious, self-aware to a fault, and both an acknowledgment and dismissal of the audience dissatisfaction Damon Lindelof knew was coming. In other words...

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