It's such a bummer these two can't get along!
The confidante went on to explain:
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Marvel TV is going somewhere it's never gone before — FX!
Newly picked up series Legion will bring one of the comics' strangest characters to life, at least for an order of eight episodes.
Legion tells the story of David Haller (Dan Stevens, left), a man with schizophrenia, multiple personalities, and multiple super powers!
Between this and next year's Beauty and the Beast live action remake (yes, the hottie on the right is the same guy!), we're going to get to know Mr. Stevens quite a bit in 2017!
Despite the fact this is an X-Men spinoff (in the comics, David is the estranged son of Professor Xavier), the show is being produced by the same people who brought you Daredevil and Jessica Jones.
So why isn't it on Netflix? That would likely be because the show was developed by Fargo creator Noah Hawley. And if that Emmy-winning adaptation is any indication, this should be one to watch next year!
Legion also stars Aubrey Plaza, Jean Smart, and Katie Aselton and will premiere some time in 2017.
In case you're wondering what your comic book fan pals are so angry about today, Marvel just did something completely ridiculous and frankly, just plain stupid.
The first issue of the new comic Captain America: Steve Rogers ends with literally the dumbest twist we've ever heard of — that Steve has secretly been a Nazi since the very beginning.
Well, one man has a problem with that — Cap himself Chris Evans!
Upon hearing the inane news, the Civil War star tweeted:
Thor: Ragnarok is about to bring the fantasy franchise to another level!
Marvel Studios finally made an official cast announcement for the threequel on Friday, and it finally confirmed the entire lead cast — and their super roles — as well as giving us some new names…
Thor: Ragnarok is set to strike theaters November 3, 2017!
Now, that Supergirl has officially flown over to its new home at The CW, it's clear Kara Zor-El will feel right at home with her fellow DC Comics heroes!
And to prove it, the network dropped a new CW-y teaser for their newest superhero on Thursday!
The clip shows Kara's (Melissa Benoist) interaction with The Flash (Grant Gustin) from their crossover episode, and also teases a remixed, youthful tone that makes us wonder why this show was ever on CBS in the first place!
CW president Mark Pedowitz echoed that sentiment at Thursday's upfronts, asserting that the younger appealing network is "where [the series] should have been in the first place."
And now that SG is officially fighting crime in the CW's jurisdiction, the network is planning
Iron Man 3 was a controversial movie among fans, but most agree it's a pretty original story.
Shane Black and his cowriter Drew Pearce wanted it to be even MORE original — by making the villain a woman!
In a frank interview with Uproxx, the director explained that Marvel Entertainment put the sexist kibosh on the forward-thinking idea of a female mastermind: