Clark Gregg is pretty pumped about his promotion: The actor who plays Agent Phil Coulson in the Marvel universe — promoted to Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. in the final episode of the ABC show — reminded the Comic-Con crowd Friday what a Marvel nerd he is in real life when he recalled hearing the news of his new title:
“Agent Coulson … and Clark … have been merging over time,” Coulson said. “And both of us said, very loudly, inside my head: ‘SQUEEEEEEEEEEE.’”
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They kick butt. They take names. And they look great in spandex.
Now that the god of thunder is officially a goddess, she joins the ranks of many superheroines who have made an impact on the comic book world for several decades, even if their manly counterparts are the ones getting all the press.
These super-ladies may not have big, blockbuster movie deals, but that doesn’t mean they can’t dish out some cold, hard justice.
DreamWorks Animation kicked off Comic-Con 2014 with an exclusive look at Home, an even longer (and laughs-heavy) look at The Penguins of Madagascar and of course, Benedict Cumberbatch’s first appearance in Hall H.
“I am here because I am frightened of (DreamWorks Animation CEO) Jeffrey Katzenberg,” quipped panel moderator Craig Ferguson, among the first of many big laughs The Late Late Show host would get in the big room.
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Awards season is upon us, which means it’s time to complain about amazing things that voters overlooked. Today in snubs, we’re looking at the MTV Video Music Awards
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Acer wants you to know that its Chromebook can beat up your Chromebook. The company just launched its C270 Chromebook, which packs a fourth-generation (“Haswell”) Intel Core i3 processor — the same kind of chip you’d find in a “real” laptop.
Until now, almost all Chromebooks used mobile processors such as those from Samsung or Intel’s Atom line (the big exception being the Google’s Chromebook Pixel, which has a third-generation Intel Core i5)
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