The Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Director SP, Agent Haley and Agent Michelle discuss the Runaways series second episode six “Bury Another” and six “Last Rites.” The Agents debrief you on the epic and possibly final dig site fight staring Nico, whether or not Jonah returns to the series, how The Church Of Gibborim would be served much better lead by Haley, and the Runaway’s relationships. They also touch upon the latest Disney-Sony Spider-Man news and everything D23.
THIS TIME ON LEGENDS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.:
- Runaways “Bury Another” and “Last Rites”
- Weekly Marvel News
- Including Special D23 Coverage
RUNAWAYS “BURY ANOTHER” AND “LAST RITES” [4:06]
RUNAWAYS “BURY ANOTHER” AND “LAST RITES”
Runaways “Bury Another” and “Last Rites” aired on Hulu on December 21st, 2018.
Rhenzy Feliz Alex Wilder Lyrica Okano Nico Minoru Virginia Gardner Karolina Dean Ariela Barer Gert Yorkes Gregg Sulkin Chase Stein Allegra Acosta Molly Hernandez Angel Parker Catherine Wilder Ryan Sands Geoffrey Wilder Annie Wersching Leslie Dean Kip Pardue Frank Dean Ever Carradine Janet Stein James Marsters Victor Stein Brigid Brannagh Stacey Yorkes Kevin Weisman Dale Yorkes Brittany Ishibashi Tina Minoru James Yaegashi Robert Minoru
Julian McMahon Jonah
Devin Kawaoka Nurse
Patricia Lentz Aura
Heather Olt Frances
Alex Fernandez Detective Flores
Damien Diaz Oscar
Ryan Dorsey Mike On A Bike
Jan Luis Castellanos Topher
Danielle Campbell Eiffel
Lisa Linke Nurse Wilson / Nurse Nightmare
Ashley Wigfield Jules
Efrain Figueroa Joseph (Topher’s father)
Rose Portillo Eileen (Topher’s mother)
Veronica Diaz Sofia (Topher’s sister)
Damien Diaz Oscar Gonzalez (Destiny’s brother)
Elayn J. Taylor Nana B (Darius’ mother and Tamar’s mother-in-law)
Brie Carter Mary
Steve O’Young Mitch
Kathleen Quinlan Susan Ellerh (Leslie’s mother)
Kara Royster Wendy
DeVaughn Nixon Darius Davis
Directed By: Ami Canaan Mann
21 directing credits starting 2001
1x Friday Night Lights
1x The Blacklist
1x Queen of the South
1x Deadly Class
2x Cloak and Dagger
Written By: Ashley Wigfield
4 writing credits starting 2017
1x Jean-Claude Van Johnson
1x Great News
Directed By:James Madigan
3 directing credits starting 2018
2x Medal of Honor
Written By: Quinton Peeples
17 writing credits starting 1993
1x The Last Ship
2x Iron Fist
Based on the Marvel comics by Brian K. Vaughan and Adrian Alphona
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FALCON AND THE WINTER SOLDIER BRINGS BACK FAMILIAR FACES — AND INTRODUCES NEW ONES
While Feige didn’t offer much news on Loki besides introducing series director Kate Herron (Sex Education) and writer Michael Waldron (Harmonquest), there were a few casting announcements to make for the other announced series. Captain America: The Winter Soldier actress Emily Vancamp returns as SHIELD Agent Sharon Carter for Falcon and the Winter Soldier, while Wyatt Russell makes his MCU debut as John Walker, known to comics fans as U.S. Agent. Both remained tight-lipped on details of their characters.
WANDAVISION HAS THE MOST ECLECTIC MCU CAST
The Scarlet Witch and Vision series’ strange juxtaposition of a 1950s sitcom and typical MCU adventure only grew stranger when more of the cast was revealed. In addition to a grown up version of Monica Rambeau played by Dear White People’s Teyonah Parris, Kat Dennings will reprise the role of Darcy Lewis from Thor and Thor 2, with Randall Park playing Agent Jimmy Woo from Ant-Man and the Wasp. Joining as “WandaVision’s nosy neighbor” is Kathryn Hahn, which sounds extremely Bewitched.
Three new Marvel shows — and three new Marvel heroes joining the MCU — were announced at D23: Ms. Marvel aka Kamala Khan, Moon Knight, and She-Hulk. Ms. Marvel specifically was confirmed by Feige to eventually make her way from streaming to the films. Moon Knight focuses on a mercenary named Mark Spectre left for dead in Egypt. She-Hulk will be about Bruce Banner’s cousin Jennifer Walters — who is also a lawyer — in a show “unlike anything we’ve done before.”
AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.
Ming-Na Wen Joins Cast Of ‘The Mandalorian’, Securing Disney Franchise Trifecta
Ming-Na Wen, already a Disney staple as the voice of Mulan in the iconic original animated film and as a star of ABC’s Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., has been confirmed as a cast member of The Mandalorian, the upcoming Star Wars universe series for Disney+.
“Please just keep acquiring all these different franchises,” she said during her speech, turning to Iger, “because I just keep getting employed by them. I have hit every bucket list thanks to Disney.”
MCU – Marvel Studios
Black Panther 2 Release Date Revealed at D23
The much-anticipated sequel is on the horizon, but fans have been left wondering about details. However, at D23 on Saturday Marvel had a big surprise for fans with the reveal of the film’s release date: May 6, 2022
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