AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.
Brett Dalton, who plays Agent Grant Ward on "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.," spoke with CBR about his experience so far on set of the anticipated television show and the role of his character in the context of the series.
"It's true he's not used to being a part of a team, so when Coulson asks me to be a part of it, I am almost certain he has the wrong guy," Dalton told CBR. "That is something that is still going to be a struggle, but I also think that being accepted into a family is something Ward has been longing for secretly, for a while. When people have a tough exterior, it's not because they don't feel very much, it's because they feel so much that they sometimes have to have a cover. I think that whole loner thing is there, but at the same time, I think it's not that I don't want to be a part of [the team]. I just am not used to it, and I'm longing for a sense of belonging, to be honest."
Debuts September 24 on ABC
Speaking of comic book television shows, "Arrow" actor David Ramsey spoke with MTV about his character John Diggle's evolution in the first season of the CW drama.
"He was certainly blindsided, I think," Ramsey said of discovering Oliver Queen's secret. "I think one of the first things [Diggle tells Ollie] is that he has no idea what killing another man does to one's soul."
Second season debuts October 9 on the CW
THOR: THE DARK WORLD
Comic Book Movie has posted a new extended trailer for "Thor: The Dark World" with new footage and some glimpses of old familiar faces.
Opens November 8
TooFab.com spoke with comics legend Stan Lee about the current status of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and what might be coming up in the future of Marvel films.
"Right now, the people at Marvel are looking through our whole list at candidates and wondering which ones we're going to use now," Lee told TooFab. "We're going to do the Black Panther, we're going to use Doctor Strange, they're going to do Ant-Man, they're going to do the Guardians of the Galaxy. They'll probably do the Inhumans. They're going to do all of them sooner or later because they know that the public is clamoring for them."
MAN OF STEEL ON SESAME STREET
"Man of Steel" actor Henry Cavill was on Sesame Street recently to talk about respect. Check it out below.