Clark Gregg - Page 2
Paramount Pictures have dropped what's presumably the last of a series of "duet"-style "character" posters for this summer's The Avengers, this one featuring the true heroes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe: Nick Fury and Agent Coulson of S.H.I.E.L.D. Played by Samuel L. Jackson and Clark Gregg respectively, these characters have appeared in nearly every film in the cycle l
The previously announced Ultimate Spider-Man animated series just received a firm release date, as well as a new position as the centerpiece of a brand-new programming block dedicated to Marvel Comics characters. The Sunday, April 1 debuting show will be part of of the Marvel Universe block on Disney XD, according to Gary Marsh, Disney Channels Worl
Regular ComicsAlliance readers are no doubt familiar with our firm stance that S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Coulson is the true hero of Marvel Studios' superhero film franchise. Played by Clark Gregg, the party-poopingly sober yet plucky Agent Coulson is the Wedge Antilles of the series that includes
Movies: Clark Gregg is apparently in talks to reprise his Agent Coulson role in Iron Man 3, meaning he's probably going to be a good guy in Joss Whedon's The Avengers (as opposed to a secret Skrull or something).
Gaming: Batman: Arkham City's achievements have leaked. "Game Plus" mode will likely delight f
S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Agent Coulson may seem like a bit of a bore given his by-the-book approach to dealing with billionaire industrialists and Asgardian gods in the Iron Man films and Thor, but it's hard not to admire his unflappability at the heart of the Marvel movieverse's biggest crises (that are sure to escalate in next summer's The Avengers). On the Thor DVD/Blu-ray released
With Comic-Con 2011 in the rear view mirror, the countdown for The Avengers' May 4 release date is officially on. Marvel released a number of promotional images and items at the the show teasing the film, but the holy grail has to be the fully-revealed team spread created by Co-Visual Development Supervisors fo