Looks like Mike Peterson (J. August Richards) will be returning for this Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.episode, titled “The Bridge“. He was in the pilot episode, and had attained super-human powers from some alien experimentation, and it looks like he might be of help to SHIELD this time.
Check out the clip after the jump. There’s no Mike Peterson, but for the comics fans, this might be something to peak your interest.
Marissa Meyer‘s team took advantage of the holiday shopping season kickoff with their take on Cyber Monday as #CyborgMonday, in which you got a read the first 5 chapters of Cress. And for those of you who were waiting to see when and where Marissa would be touring, well, you got to see that, too, on the new Lunar Chronicles Tumblr.
However, I’ve posted the list and provided links to the locations if you need it. Check it out after the jump!
So, there might be a new show coming on the CW, and depending on how this episode is received by the viewers will probably decide whether it will actually happen, as Arrowintroduces a new character named Barry Allen (Grant Gustin).
For those familiar with DC, they’ll know that name is The Flash’s true identity. I can’t wait to see how Grant does in portraying the character. As much as I’m sure he’s great at the whole singing and choreography stuff that is essential in Gustin’s previous series, Glee, I doubt we’ll be seeing any of that type of movement from him here.
You’ve seen the book trailer for Cress, the third book of the Lunar Chronicles series, but now you want to read more. You can do so right after the jump! We present the first chapter of Marissa Meyer‘s Cress!
Even the folks at DreamWorks Animation recognize the importance of honoring a celebrated Doctor on his 50th Anniversary. All good fun, of course.
Twentieth Century Fox is pleased to present the “Doctor Who Event” featurette for MR.PEABODY AND SHERMAN, the upcoming DreamWorks Animation featuring the voices of Ty Burrell, Max Charles, Ariel Winter, Allison Janney, Max Brook and Stanley Tucci, released in UK cinemas on February 7 2014. A featurette celebrating a time-lord of the canine variety!
Check out the 3 minute featurette for Mr. Peabody and Sherman!
There’s no doubt that How To Train Your Dragon is one of my favorite DreamWorks Animated film, and there should be no doubt that I’m doubly excited for the sequel to HTTYD. Check out the latest poster that gives you a closer look at the more mature looking Hiccup (voiced by Jay Baruchel) with his trusty dragon, Toothless.