Marvel is allegedly going to try to bring Ghost Rider to life for the third time. The first was two films starring Nicholas Cage as Johnny Blaze, who becomes Ghost Rider. The second was actor Gabriel Luna as the Robbie Reyes version of Ghost Rider on Agents of SHIELD. And really, both actors were good as both version of Ghost Rider.
I’ll admit. I had zero interest when Venom came out in theaters. It looked ridiculous. Plus, how can there be an Eddie Brock without a Peter Parker out-photographing him? Or a Venom without a symbiote that is hellbent on revenge against Spider-Man for being rejected?
I eventually gave in and watched the movie and I was more than pleasantly surprised. I enjoyed it a lot. Tom Hardy made a very interesting and weird Eddie Brock, and his Venom felt like a teenage oddball. It was fun.
— Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) April 14, 2020
It’s no secret that Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD is one my favorite television shows. The cast has great chemistry together, and the writing is fantastic. The story arcs never meander and the character development feels organic and always moving forward.
I’m terribly late to the party, but oh well.
A while ago, The Batman director Matt Reeves released photos of his version of the Batmobile, with a couple also showing Robert Pattinson as Batman in the shadows.
Iron Man teased the idea of a larger movie universe with Agent Coulson mentioning S.H.I.E.L.D. Then the end credits drove it home with Director Nick Fury schooling Tony Stark on not being the only one doing heroics. I flipped out. It was the first time a comic book movie went there; that there’s more out there and that we will see more heroes in the same movie universe.