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SDCC 2012: Marvel Knights Animation Season 2

Learn the line up of Marvel Knights Animation's second season!

By Marc Strom

Your favorite Marvel heroes just got a little more animated.

Announced during the Marvel Television Presents panel at San Diego Comic-Con, Marvel Knights Animation will bring five more fan-favorite storylines to life in their signature style, including “Inhumans” by Paul Jenkins and Jae Lee; “Wolverine: Origins” by Joe Quesada, Paul Jenkins, and Andy Kubert; “Wolverine: Weapon X” by Jason Aaron, Ron Garney, and Esad Ribic; “Ultimate Wolverine vs. Hulk” by Damon Lindelof and Leinil Francis Yu; and “Eternals” by Neil Gaiman and John Romita, Jr.

Marvel Knights Animation Season Two marks the next evolution for the group, and we’ve got the exclusive trailer showing off upcoming releases “Astonishing X-Men: Torn” and “Astonishing X-Men: Unstoppable,” along with teases of each upcoming project.

You can watch the trailer right here on Marvel.com, then scroll down to read our interview with Marvel Knights Animation Supervising Producer Kalia Cheng on what fans can expect in Season Two!

Marvel.com: What do you look for when choosing a series to adapt to Marvel Knights Animation?

Kalia Cheng: Mostly, we look for a good, strong story with clearly defined and relatable characters; something that has a clear beginning, middle, end, and a consistent art style throughout. Because of the nature of the comic industry, it's common for artists to balance their work over multiple projects, and sometimes, due to availability, that leads to having a few issues of a series divided between different artists. Unfortunately, when translated to video form, that shift is definitely more awkward and noticeable, so we avoid it.

Another thing we look at is the balance between dialogue and action. Luckily, most Marvel series are all about action. But an action scene with lots of back and forth dialogue, while doable in comics, tends to slow down the pace of a scene and feels very impractical when played out in real-time.

Marvel.com: With eight Marvel Knights Animation series produced to date, how structured is the process of adapting a storyline?

Kalia Cheng: As far as development goes, most of the work is already done for us. What we do is take those already fleshed-out storylines and art, and fill in the blanks and connect the dots. We get to answer questions such as what the characters sound like, or what the back of so-and-so's costume looks like, and add to the picture. In the comics, we might see the start of a punch and the end result that implies what happened, but with Marvel Knights, we get to create the fight and see the full swing, from start to finish, in motion.

Adaptation is an art form in and of itself. There are good adaptations and there are bad adaptations. The key to creating a good adaptation is to stay as true to the core of the original as possible, and that's what we try to do, so the development process on our end is fairly similar from project to project.

Marvel.com: What was it about each series you chose for Season Two that made it a good candidate for the Marvel Knights Animation treatment?

Kalia Cheng: Aside from the reasons I outlined above, Inhumans, Eternals, and Wolverine: Origins were perfect candidates because of their uniqueness and accessibility to new fans. Wolverine: Origins, in particular, is a great gateway because it reveals a new, untold side of a well-established, fan-favorite character. And it only seemed natural at that point, to take the opportunity to delve deeper into the character with Wolverine: Tomorrow Dies Today, and Ultimate Wolverine Vs. Hulk is just plain fun.

Marvel.com: Of the upcoming lineup, is there one series you’re particularly excited to see brought to life?

Kalia Cheng: It's a tough decision, but I think I'm most excited about Ultimate Wolverine Vs. Hulk. I'm a huge fan of Leinil Yu's work--his art is just gorgeous, I wish I had a fraction of those skills. And Damon Lindelof is truly a mad genius in every sense of the word. But beyond that, you get to see two titans of the Marvel Universe, Wolverine and Hulk, go head to head in an all-out brawl. I'm not saying who wins, but it's a fight worth seeing.

Marvel.com: What do you think are some of Marvel Knights Animation’s greatest strengths?

Kalia Cheng: Marvel Knights is intended for an older audience, so we want to take the opportunity to tell the stories that we can't tell on TV with our regular series. We get away with a lot more violence and mature themes, all that jazz. Also, unlike the rest of our regular animation programming, Marvel Knights projects are more creator-driven, so we get all the perks that come with that: A unique point of view, edgier designs, and complex thematic and character arcs.

Marvel.com: How are you going to be pushing Marvel Knights Animation even further to continue improving and refining the medium with this upcoming slate?

Kalia Cheng: Marvel Knights Season Two + Kalia = More Awesomeness! But in all seriousness, we have the privilege of working once again with a fantastic studio in Canada called Atomic Cartoons, and this isn't their first time at the rodeo. So, we're just going to take Season Two by the horns and get the show on the road. Each project brings more experience, and with each experience, we get to try new things. Experimentation is the way to discovery, and we plan to keep on pushing those boundaries to see where they take us.


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Guillermo Del Toro aggiorna sulla serie live-action di Hulk.

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Guillermo del Toro Updates HULK TV Series, Nearly Directing THOR, THE WOLVERINE And More

Updating the status of Marvel and ABC's live-action Hulk series, during Collider's latest interview segment with Guillermo del Toro, he reveals comic book movies he nearly directed and more!

The good folks from Collider has posted yet another segment from their long chat with Pacific Rim director Guillermo del Toro. This time revealing the current status of Marvel's planned Hulk TV series, in addition to a number of superhero films he's nearly directed, watch the nearly-four-minute video interview below!

“I had one meeting with Marvel after Avengers and we had a very, very good chat. We have a writer that we want to bring on board, a very, very concrete name. I can’t reveal it, but we want to wait for that writer. It’s a writer who is otherwise engaged. So right now we are in a holding pattern until that writer becomes free. Then we’re going to do a new draft of the script.”


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messaggio 9/8/2012, 15:39
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Articolo tradotto da Badtv:

Guillermo del Toro: “la serie tv di Hulk è in stand-by per un buon motivo”

L’ultimo aggiornamento sulla serie televisiva di Hulk, che Guillermo del Toro e David Eick stanno sviluppando ormai da anni per la ABC e la Marvel TV, risale a un anno fa, quando i produttori hanno rivelato di essere in attesa del via libera. Nel frattempo, però, The Avengers è uscito al cinema, e grazie allo straordinario successo del film di Joss Whedon il personaggio di Hulk è stato “riabilitato”, rimescolando le carte in tavola: se un anno fa infatti il supereroe aveva uno “storico” di scarso successo alle spalle, almeno dal punto di vista cinematografico, ora le cose sono cambiate e la Marvel vuole muoversi con molta attenzione.

In una recente intervista, il sito Collider ha parlato con del Toro del progetto, ricevendo dal regista, sceneggiatore e produttore un piccolo aggiornamento:

Ho incontrato la Marvel una sola volta dopo l’uscita di The Avengers: è stata un’ottima, ottima chiaccherata. Abbiamo uno sceneggiatore, vorremmo davvero coinvolgerlo nel progetto, è un nome davvero molto serio ma non posso rivelarlo. Vogliamo aspettare che tale sceneggiatore sia disponibile, al momento è impegnato in un altro progetto. Quindi al momento stiamo aspettando la sua disponibilità, poi riscriveremo la sceneggiatura.

Insomma, sembra che ci sarà ancora da aspettare, ma per quello che sembra un ottimo motivo…


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Joss Whedon svilupperà una serie Marvel in live action per la ABC

Come già segnalato in questa news su Badtaste, Joss Whedon ha raggiunto un accordo con la Marvel Studios per scrivere e dirigere The Avengers 2 e svilupperà una serie in live action per la ABC: l’annuncio è stato dato da Bob Iger, chairman e chief executive della Walt Disney Company (che possiede la Marvel e la ABC, ndt).

Ancora non è chiaro se Whedon lavorerà al drama ambientato nel mondo di The Avengers o seguirà un progetto nuovo.

Ricordiamo che la Marvel e la ABC stanno lavorando da tempo per portare i personaggi della Case delle Idee sul piccolo schermo: Guillermo Del Toro (Hellboy) e David Eick (Battlestar Galactica) hanno lavorato per tutto il 2011 a una serie su Hulk, mentre Melissa Rosenberg (Twilight) era alle prese con AKA Jessica Jones. Anche se da tempo non si hanno più notizie, sappiamo che un nuovo sceneggiatore rimetterà mano allo script dello show sul Gigante di Giada.


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messaggio 31/8/2012, 22:34
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D23′s How We Do It: Marvel Animation Studios

08.22.12– Eric Radomski is the self-proclaimed “soup-to-nuts guy” at Marvel Animation Studios, and his team is hard at work on a number of thrilling new animated series, including Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.

From the classic and courageous Spider-Man to Earth’s Mightiest Heroes and more, the recently established Marvel Animation Studios is sharing Marvel Universe’s most beloved characters with a new generation through high-action, humorous, and electrifying animated series. Since getting the green light less than one year ago on a new animation studio in Glendale, California, Marvel Animation Studios has been busy building from the ground up, even moving into new offices this past January.

Marvel Animation Studios recently invited D23 to check out their impressive new digs in Glendale, California, which are aptly decorated with colossal characters from the Marvel Universe—a massively muscular and hammer-wielding Thor guards one wall, a high-flying Spider-Man scales another. “It’s our gift to the building,” Eric Radomski, senior vice president, Animation Development and Production, Marvel Animation Studios, explains with a chuckle. In between developing new series and assembling a team of talented animation professionals, Eric took time out to tell us a little bit about the genesis of Marvel Animation Studios, what‛s on the horizon, and what he’s most proud of thus far.

D23: Can you tell us a little about the creation of Marvel Animation Studios?
Eric Radomski: It began as a development studio that subcontracted actual production work to smaller studios. It had the same goal as it does today: to showcase the iconic Marvel characters that everybody knows, through the art of animation.

Can you talk about your hit animated series Ultimate Spider-Man, which debuted this spring on Disney XD?
Eric: Spider-Man was my first project here. We were limited the first season by the amount of characters we had available to us to build stories around. The first season was really about introducing a new audience to Peter Parker and this new incarnation of the character. Pre-production plowed forward and we focused on developing the series’ unique 2D/3D hybrid production design, as it would set the standard for all of our animated series going forward.

And since then, you’ve continued to develop shows around these characters we all know and love.
Eric: Yes. There was a very specific request from Marvel to continue to develop the characters audiences have come to know and love from several of the recent successful Marvel movies. Iron Man is the best example of a Marvel character that struck a chord with a very broad audience. We’ll continue to develop animated versions of our most popular characters as long as the audience demands. Because there was a desire to develop a variety of properties, we really focused on strong storytelling and unique graphics in order to preserve the integrity of the characters.

What are the benefits to having your own studio?
Eric: It allows us a lot of creative control. That’s necessary, especially when you’re handling these iconic properties. The biggest goal for anyone working on these shows is not to screw it up [laughs]. It’s a matter of doing your job well, but you really want to preserve the integrity that’s been built into these properties. We thought a studio would be a really obvious and smart way of protecting all of the brands. Teaming up with Disney’s support and global reach was a perfect opportunity to really exploit the brand in a positive way.

So you’ve been building it from the ground up.
Eric: That’s pretty accurate. It came from that grain of an idea. It just makes sense for production. Television compared to long-form movies—it takes two or more years to make an hour-long movie, while we’re literally making 26 half-hour episodes in approximately nine months. The amount of content is overwhelming. Hopefully you’ve hired the right people so that production works well and everybody is happy.

And Ultimate Spider-Man is one example of this.
Eric: Correct. For Marvel Animation Studios, because we’re working with pre-existing content, the real effort is to try and build a better mousetrap. We try to preserve the real core values of all of the characters. In the case of Ultimate Spider-Man, it’s focusing on Peter Parker and Spider-Man, so the core concept of where the character came from was not going to change, but there was a very specific effort to change the time frame when we were going to portray Peter Parker. With animation, you can take some liberties with that time frame. Even though he’s in high school, it’s still a very contemporary time; it’s not a period piece.

What are you most proud of thus far?
Eric: All of these new series we’re developing fit perfectly into the Marvel Universe. They all will look similar in terms of design. But the storytelling, the individual directing and scripts, will be unique to each series. The main focus right now is getting the studio up and running, which we’ve done over the past six months. We’ve been adding staff for the past two months. Marvel Animation Studios is an opportunity for Marvel to shine. And what better support and partner to have than Disney?


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La Marvel sarà al ComicCon di New York del 13 ottobre e Jeph Loeb, il capo della divisione televisiva della Marvel, presenterà le nuove serie Avengers Assemble e Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H., inoltre daranno degli aggiornamenti sulla seconda serie di Ultimate Spider-Man.

Ma non è tutto, saranno annunciate anche novità sui Marvel Anime e sui Marvel Knights Animation e altre notizie in esclusiva.

Ecco la notizia da Toonzone:

Marvel Television Presents

Saturday, October 13th, 2012 - 4:15PM – 5:15PM 1E13

Marvel’s Head of Television, Jeph Loeb, offers an inside look at the anticipated new animated series, Marvel’s Avengers Assemble and Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H., along with an Ultimate Spider-Man season 2 update! But that’s not all…catch a sneak peek at what’s new in Marvel anime and the next Marvel Knights Animation releases, and more NYCC exclusives! This is the panel everyone will be buzzing about – don’t miss it!


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La serie televisiva di Hulk è ancora in attesa dello sceneggiatore segreto

Sono passati due mesi dal nostro ultimo aggiornamento sulla serie televisiva di Hulk, lo show che Guillermo del Toro e David Eick stanno sviluppando ormai da anni per la ABC e la Marvel TV: ad agosto il regista di Hellboy aveva detto che la produzione era in attesa che un determinato e apprezzato sceneggiatore, la cui identità è segreta, si liberasse dai suoi impegni per riscrivere la sceneggiatura. Intevistato da Shock Till You Drop, del Toro ha parlato ancora dell’argomento.

Al momento quello che so è la parola che mi è stata data, ovvero che c’è uno scneggiatore che la produzione vuole. Sono veramente interessati a farmi avere un incontro con lui. E’ molto, molto impegnato. Ufficialmente stiamo aspettando, ma non saprei… Dopo che The Avengers ha avuto quel successo, è possibile che il destino della serie possa cambiare. Quello che so ufficialmente – e non sto nascondendo niente – è che ci è stato detto che stavamo aspettato questo sceneggiatore e avremmo realizzato il lavoro con lui.

Shock: se andrete avanti, vorresti ancora dirigere il pilot?
Del Toro: Certo. La ragione è che i supereroi che amo e che vorrei coinvolgere sono tutti mostri. Che sia Swamp Thing, Etrigan il demone, il Dottor Strange – che non è un mostro, ma…

Shock: una saga fantasy dark.
Del Toro: Si. Sicuramente soprannaturale. Mi piacerebbe fare Morbius, il “vampiro vivente”, Blade… devono essere mostri perchè io sia coinvolto.

Noi saremo sempre pronti per aggiornarvi qualora arrivassero novità sul progetto: continuate a leggerci…


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Ecco il trailer di Ashtonishing X-Men: Unstoppable.

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Trailer For Joss Whedon's ASTONISHING X-MEN: UNSTOPPABLE

Shout! Factory and Marvel Knights Animation will release the fourth installment of the Astonishing X-Men motion comic on Blu-ray tomorrow, November 13th. Marvel have just posted the trailer on their site, and you can see it after the jump..

Joss Whedon's award winning run on Astonishing X-Men - from which the "cure" premise was lifted for the X-Men 3 movie -- is a must read, and the motion comic based on the series is probably a lot better than you would expect too. All four motion comics will be available soon in a two disc Blu-ray set, but the fourth installment - Unstoppable - goes on sale tomorrow. Check out the trailer below..


Ashtonishing X-Men: Unstoppable -Trailer


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messaggio 12/1/2013, 21:01
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Aggiornamenti su Hulk e su Aka Jessica Jones.

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Guillermo del Toro frustrato dall’assenza di notizie sulla serie di Hulk

In occasione dell’uscita cinematografica di La Madre negli Stati Uniti, il produttore Guillermo del Toro ha parlato con la stampa dei suoi prossimi progetti, aggiornando in particolare sulla serie TV di Hulk che lui e David Eick stanno sviluppando da anni.

Già qualche settimana fa del Toro aveva rivelato di non avere notizie dalla Disney da mesi, ma apprendiamo da MTV News che la serie potrebbe essere stata accantonata:

Ho incontrato Jeph Loeb dopo The Avengers, ma dopo quel meeting è calato il più completo silenzio radio sulla serie. E’ molto frustrante per me e per i fan il fatto che non se ne sappia nulla.

Non ho notizie sulla serie da mesi, ma è ovvio che The Avengers abbia cambiato i piani della Marvel. E’ una loro proprietà, e nel caso io non lavori alla serie, allora la vedrò.

Insomma, l’impressione (che avevamo in realtà da mesi) è che dopo il successo di The Avengers la Marvel preferisca concentrarsi sulla serie tv S.H.I.E.L.D. e sul The Avengers 2 piuttosto che su una serie incentrata su Hulk.


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AKA Jessica Jones ancora in sviluppo: verrà affidato a un canale via cavo?

Questo fine settimana si sta rivelando davvero una benedizione per molti progetti televisivi apparentemente perduti: la ABC ha dichiarato il proprio interesse per Star Wars: Underworld, il presidente di Fx ha annunciato che il canale tenterà nuovamente di portare in tv Powers e, oggi, tramite le parole di Melissa Rosenberg, scopriamo che anche l’adattamento di AKA Jessica Jones è ancora in vita. La sceneggiatrice di Dexter e della saga di Twilight ha lavorato fino all’anno scorso per portare lo show in onda sulla ABC: poi, così come è accaduto per Hulk, il progetto si è fermato. La Rosenberg ha spiegato che la Marvel sta portando avanti il progetto, vagliando la possibilità di affidarlo a un canale via cavo, dove gli sceneggiatori potrebbe lavorare liberamente senza dover smorzare i toni tipici del fumetto.

“La Marvel sta cercando di realizzarlo altrove”, ammette la Rosenberg. “Considerano un sacco di possibilità diverse. Non so se sarà uno show della ABC. Potrebbe essere un via cavo, davvero. La graphic novel è la prima che la Marvel realizzò per un pubblico adulto. Io ho smorzato leggermente i toni per il network, ma è davvero, davvero facile passarlo a un via cavo. Molto facile. Dio, se amo questo progetto. E’ una delle cose preferite che ho mai scritto. [...] Amo questo personaggio, che è una specie di supereroe di serie B: lei è al limite dell’alcolismo. E’ incasinata, ma è motivata dalla necessità di fare qualcosa di più grande. Vorrei scrivere di più sul personaggio e spero di averne l’opportunità.”


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Da E-duesse:

Spielwarenmesse 2013: focus su Marvel

In occasione della fiera Marvel e The Walt Disney Company hanno presentato la programmazione annuale di contenuti sotto forma di nuove serie animate e lungometraggi in uscita

In occasione della Spielwarenmesse 2013 Marvel e The Walt Disney Company hanno presentato la programmazione annuale di contenuti sotto forma di nuove serie animate e lungometraggi in uscita. Un ulteriore supporto ai licenziatari giocattolo e ai rivenditori. «Uscito ad aprile 2012, Marvel The Avengers ha incassato più di 1,5 miliardi al box office a livello mondiale, diventando il 4° film più grande di tutti i tempi ed il film di maggiore incasso della Disney a livello globale – spiegano dall’azienda - Il successo al botteghino si è riflesso anche al dettaglio attraverso la vendita di prodotti di giocattoli. Da gennaio 2011 a giugno 2012, il totale delle vendite nel Regno Unito per i giocattoli Marvel è aumentato del 181% anno su anno». Per quanto riguarda il 2013, il 26 aprile Robert Downey Jr. riprenderà il ruolo di Tony Stark in Iron Man 3, poi l'8 novembre torna Chris Hemsworth nei panni di Thor the Mighty Avenger in Marvel’s Thor: The Dark World: una vasta linea di giocattoli e giochi di ruolo d'azione prodotti da licenziatari come Hasbro, Character Options, Lego e Rubies supporteranno il lancio di entrambi i film. «La prima serie di Ultimate Spider-Man – proseguono dall’azienda - è stata un enorme successo in tutta Europa da quando viene trasmesso su Disney XD nel 2012, e sarà seguita dalla seconda serie la prossima estate. La serie animata ha contribuito a mantenere la consapevolezza e l'interesse per la franchise di Spider-Man oltre che per aumentare le vendite dei prodotti Spider-Man, come prova di questo successo, una Hasbro’s Web Shooting Spider-Man è stata annunciata come Boys’ Toy of the Year presso the Toy Industry Awards. I nuovi prodotti che presentano i gadget e veicoli della seconda serie, come la Spider-Cycle di Hasbro, Lego e Character Options saranno disponibili in primavera». Marianthi O’Dwyer, vice president of Licensing & Publishing di The Walt Disney Company UK & Ireland: «Fornire nuovi contenuti, sotto forma di una serie di film d'animazione è un elemento chiave della nostra strategia globale di franchise Marvel. I nuovi contenuti non solo mantengono e aumentano la consapevolezza dei consumatori nei confronti di personaggi come Spider-Man e dei Vendicatori, ma crea anche l'occasione per un flusso costante di prodotti interessanti e coinvolgenti dei licenziatari». In arrivo anche due nuove serie animate e un lungometraggio d'animazione in grado di fornire contenuti per la serie dei Vendicatori nel 2013. La serie animata The Avengers Assemble verrà lanciata su Disney XD in estate e sarà seguita nel corso dell'anno da Hulk e dagli Agents of S.M.A.S.H., oltre al lungometraggio di Iron Man e Hulk: Heroes United con due dei più membri del team dei Vendicatori vedrà anche una versione home entertainment quest'anno. Ulteriori contenuti Marvel come il gioco Avengers Alliance Facebook si aggiungono al programma globale di contenuti assicurando che vi sia la consapevolezza e la domanda per il prodotto Marvel durante tutto l'anno.


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Avengers i più potenti eroi della Terra è stato il programma più visto di Disney XD del 2012.

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Avengers Earth's Mightiest Heroes, was DisneyXD's most watched animated show for 2012

It seems like many people have enjoyed, the now cancelled, Avengers EMH as TVbythenumbers revealed it was the highest rated animated series for the DisneyXD Network

A lot of controversy has followed the cancellation news of Avengers Earth's Mightiest Heroes, a show regarded by many, as the pinnacle of Marvel animation in terms of story and direction.

And according to TVbythyenumbers, the show has done extremely well in 2012, in fact it was the most watched animated series for DisneyXD.

The show, as mentioned, has been cancelled by the network in favor of a new Avengers animation, Avengers Assemble, which will debut later this year, which seem to have a higher budget and more fluid animation ,according to the show runners.

The article also shows that Avengers EMH has done better than the Ultimate Spider-Man animated series, the latter has also been doing quite well as it is the highest watched show for young boys of 6 to 11 years old.

What do you think of this news?


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Ecco il trailer e il making of di Inhumans, la nuova serie sugli Inumani prodotta della Marvel Kngihts Animation.

Marvel Knights Animation: Inhumans Trailer
The classic saga by Paul Jenkins & Jae Lee comes to animated life in a new series from Marvel Knights Animation, now available on DVD!

Creating Marvel Knights Animation: Inhumans
Learn how Marvel Knights Animation brought the classic Inhumans series by Paul Jenkins and Jae Lee to animated life in a new featurette from the DVD, on sale now!


Ecco i video:

Trailer

Making of di Inhumans


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Da Deadline:

Marvel TV Boss Jeph Loeb On Secret ABC Series, Disney+, ‘Legion’ End, More Crossovers, ‘Ghost Rider’ & Hulu Plans

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August 12, 2019 12:42pm


The end may be neigh for S.H.I.E.L.D. & Legion, but there's a lot more Marvel coming, more than you know says the small screen chief
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EXCLUSIVE: “When we start thinking about our shows, it’s how do we do better than we did the last time,” declares Marvel Television’s chief Jeph Loeb as the small screen arm of the comic cyclopean heads into a new hydra (no pun totally intended) of offerings. “We will never be a factory. We don’t know how to be a factory. There is no Marvel prototype.”

Certainly, as the last year has seen the end of Daredevil, Iron Fist, Punisher, Luke Cage and Jessica Jones on Netflix, the series finale of Legion tonight and the conclusion of ABC’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. in the next year or so, as Deadline exclusively reported last month, Marvel TV is looking for new worlds to conquer – or more like galaxies according to the EVP and multi-Eisner Awards winner.

With a live action Ghost Rider, an animated Howard The Duck and a more adult-intended series and genres coming to the now Disney-controlled Hulu, plus the launch of the Disney+ streaming service this fall, Marvel TV has, to paraphrase Loeb, risen like a phoenix from what some were assuming to be ashes. Then there’s hushed talk of a “brand new” Marvel series on broadcast too, as we heard at the TCA last week

Coming off a Comic-Con last month that saw S.H.L.E.L.D. make its Hall H debut for a long goodbye, Loeb sat down with me to talk all things Marvel TV, clear up some misconceptions, lay down some expectations and reveal how this installment of the masterplan really works.

DEADLINE: So, S.H.I.E.L.D. is coming to an end after Season 7, several new shows are coming on Hulu, crossovers, Legion ending on FX and more. So, where is Marvel TV now and going forward?

LOEB: Well, the most exciting thing right now is finding the new corners. When we start talking about Marvel Television, we like to look at the different families.

DEADLINE: What are those clans?


LOEB: So the Marvel heroes are the ones that are most closely associated with the movies, so that would be S.H.I.E.L.D., and that would be Agent Carter. They came from the movies, our two leads were actually in the movies.

Then the next group is the Marvel Street-Level Heroes, or the Marvel Knights, as we sometimes call them here. So, if the Marvel heroes are here to save the universe, the Marvel Street-Level Heroes, the Marvel Knights, often they are just to save themselves, to save the neighborhood.


Some of those appeared on Netflix, but there are others that live in that category, which are still to come.

Then we took a look at the Marvel Universe that was upcoming and we knew that Tom Holland was going to be playing the role of Peter Parker in Spider-man, so the idea of YA, the idea of young heroes was something that got us very excited because it works really well on television.

DEADLINE: If has become one of the major streams for you in a very short time with Cloak & Dagger on Freeform and Runaways on Hulu, both now Disney controlled units …


LOEB: … and great casts and really completely different shows in terms of tone, and yet, you can see how those kids would mix well together

DEADLINE: The much-rumored Cloak & Dagger and Runaways crossover has become official, is this going to be just a one-off even though the two outlets have shared corporate parenthood?

LOEB: This is something we’ve wanted to do since Season 1on both shows. We hope it’s the first of many. It’s one of the many benefits of having all our shows on Disney-based platforms. It is a shared universe. #itsallconnected!

DEADLINE: In that vein, ABC’s Karey Burke revealed at TCA that you guys are in active talks on a new project for them that will be a female focus character. What can you tell us about that project and is it intended to air while S.H.I.E.L.D is still on ABC or afterwards?

LOEB: That’s classified. Sorry!

DEADLINE: What’s open information is that Legion wraps up its three-season run on FX tonight. The Noah Hawley helmed series was a very different type of show for Marvel in some people’s mind and very much indicative of your scope at the same time. I know you’ve talked about this a bit before, but looking back over the three seasons of Legion, what is your perspective on the series, Noah and maybe even more Legion down the line?


LOEB: It’s a remarkable show created and visualized by an extraordinary filmmaker. Noah carried this from the start — told us how he wanted the show to begin and how he wanted it to end — and we’ve respected that. Having FX as our partner made it very exciting as well from both a creative and marketing stand point.

As to the future, that world and those characters will always be there. It’s our hope that Noah will want to return to them is any capacity he thinks is worth telling. FX remains a huge priority for us because we can tell those unexpected stories there and John Landgraf is something of a visionary himself. They “get” us and we “get” them. We like all of that.

DEADLINE: On the flip-side, under the same corporate umbrella, there’s going to be all these Disney+ shows, Scarlet Witch and Vision, Winter Soldier and Falcon, there’s a number of them, do you feel that there is a potential of too much Marvel?


LOEB: Well, first of all, I have to make something very clear, which is those are shows that are created and run and the responsibility of the motion picture studio. Secondly, Marvel Television will be doing shows with Disney+, we just haven’t announced what we’re going to do there.

DEADLINE: And when do you think we’re going to hear what Marvel TV’s Disney+ offerings are?

LOEB: When we’re ready.

DEADLINE: OK, but let’s shift a bit to the Fox assets and some of the Marvel properties that they had licenses to – does that raise new opportunities in terms of what you guys are looking at what you want to go forward with?

LOEB: Too soon to tell.

DEADLINE: C’mon, really?

LOEB: Honestly, it’s just too soon

DEADLINE: What you do know now that you like with a new affection is animation, which of course was Marvel TV’s primary pillar before S.H.I.E.L.D. debuted in the fall of 2013. What turned the spotlight back on the ‘toons, so to speak for you?

LOEB: I’m a huge Archer fan, and Dan Buckley, who’s the president of all things other than the studio here at Marvel, and I started talking about how we have this mutual love of animation and also pushing that wall. The idea of doing something that was more adult, some of which was started with the idea of doing Deadpool animated. What we really liked was the notion of putting together a group of titles that could then be a group, as we had done with Defenders.

DEADLINE: How did you construct your band of misfits?


LOEB: We just started looking through things that made us laugh, and you know Patton Oswalt playing M.O.D.O.K., Will and Josh, who had this take on Hit-Monkey, the idea of a monkey assassin just made us smile. When Chelsea Handler and Erica Rivinoja came in, and we started talking about how do we do what we sort of refer to as Laverne and Shirley in the Marvel Universe…

DEADLINE: It’s a very good way of putting it, by the way …

LOEB: When you put Tigra and Dazzler together and you know that Chelsea’s going to voice Tigra, you just know that’s going to be just fun, and then it was just inevitable that we were going to do Howard the Duck, and we just knew that the kind of Howard the Duck we wanted to do was not going to be a live action guy in a suit or a CG creature, or whatever, we just wanted to do it as a straight ahead, smart, funny, political…


DEADLINE: Is he going to run for president like in the comics?

LOEB: (LAUGHS) We’ll see what happens.

DEADLINE: Still the best issue of that whole series …

LOEB: One of them for sure, it is absolutely wonderful. But when you have voices like Kevin Smith and Dave Willis, you just know how smart that show’s going to be.

Then we’re going to put them all together in this thing called the Offenders, which makes me smile. You know in the original pitch it was, the team that nobody asked for. It was just such the perfect marriage of tone and network with Hulu

DEADLINE: You like that relationship, clearly…

LOEB: Oh Yes! And I have to give real credit to the people at Hulu for that.

DEADLINE: That’s just good corporate politics …

LOEB: Yes, but a lot of times the reason why Marvel lands on a platform is because of the people. When they get it, when they want us. I’ve been on the other side of that, I’ve been the writer producer, who’s tried to work with the network, and there’s a whole agenda that’s going on that you don’t know anything about, you’re just making your show. We try to tell people that when a network invites Marvel in, they’re getting Marvel.

DEADLINE: What does that mean to you?


LOEB: That they’re getting this brand that’s known throughout the world. It’s just a different kind of strategizing, which is what’s the best way that we can tell the world that Marvel adult animation is on Hulu, for example.

We were talking to them, and they started scratching because when you look at the success that they’ve had with Castle Rock and the world of terror. Something that really interested us and interested them, and we always knew that we were going to do something with Ghost Rider, we were just waiting for the right place to put it.

Then we started having the same conversation, which was there is in the comic book world the Spirit of Vengeance, and they are this sort of unusual group of characters, which involve Ghost Rider, which involve Helstrom, which involve Helstrom’s sister, Anna. We suddenly saw that there were three or four shows that we could put together that we now refer to as Adventure into Fear.

DEADLINE: Is that Marvel Horror under another name?

LOEB: No, it’s terror, because when you say horror, it means so many different things. There’s everything from Saw, which is the last thing that we want to do, gore-fest kind of thing to there’s a monster running around. What we love is the notion of how we can present a Marvel hero who was truly feared and truly believed that they were a monster, but that, as the stories go on, they realize, oh, I’m the hero of the story, I’m not the villain of the story. That’s not something we’ve ever done before. So we started with Ghost Rider, we went out and managed to get Gabriel Luna to come back and reproduce the role he played on S.H.I.E.L.D. Then we’re going to do Helstrom, and then there’s a couple more that we haven’t yet revealed to the world.

DEADLINE: It’s a new twist after the Netflix situation, which started on such a high and end almost as a case of death by a thousand streaming cuts, didn’t it?

LOEB: The hardest part was while the situation at Netflix of which I really can’t go into other than to say that we were blindsided and the things that were to come weren’t finished yet. We weren’t ready to announce that, so there was this space in between it, so it did look like maybe we were going to go out Then suddenly, we were arising again like the Phoenix.

DEADLINE: Which is a good narrative in hindsight, no?

LOEB: Yes but not while you’re in it. The truth of the matter is, we were on this thing where we said, oh wait, the bumper fell off the car, but the car’s still going, but we couldn’t discuss any of that. So, in the end, however history’s going to remember the story, all that’s important to us is that we had an opportunity to change television by putting together four heroes, who then joined together in a group, and people have talked about it like this is unprecedented.

Now, we’re going to do it again with the animated series, and then we’re going to do it again with the fear-based series. It’s now become, for us, our model. We would rather try to find ways of putting together a group of characters so that when a platform meets with us to talk about what we want to do, we’re trying to create a family on that platform.

DEADLINE: On the topic of platforms, there were rumors for at least a year of a Ghost Rider series on ABC?

LOEB: (LAUGHS) I know, you bugged us about it. But no, we never intended for it to be on ABC because we wanted to do a show that was more mature. Look, it has the weight in the best way that there had been a Daredevil movie, so that when there was a Daredevil television show, people knew the name. There was a lot of weight that came with the Daredevil movie that we had to shake off and prove ourselves that we could make a television show that became what it was. The good news is people love Gabe, people love the way that character works, the feature film levels special effects – and the part that’s really exciting is we’ll push it further. It will have a little fun that folks will really dig.


DEADLINE: So, what is it that you dig?

LOEB: When we start thinking about our shows, it’s how do we do better than we did the last time. That’s partially why I could not be prouder of the people who work here because they all have that same ethic. We will never be a factory. We don’t know how to be a factory. There is no Marvel prototype.

DEADLINE: Really?

LOEB: No. Trust me, we don’t know how to do that and tell the stories that we’re telling.

That’s why going back to the beginning, that’s why we can do a Legion, a Daredevil, and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., a Ghost Rider. I don’t know any kind of corporation that makes a product that could do that kind of thing unless it’s at its core a storytelling machine. We have all different kinds of voices and genders and people who want to tell stories through the Marvel library, and when that happens, you get Marvel.

We believe that anyone can be a hero and that that enables you to tell stories about every single person on this planet, that’s our real secret.


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Jeph Loeb fa il punto sulla Marvel TV: dalle serie animate al piccolo universo di Ghost Rider

Jeph Loeb, capo della Marvel TV, ha rilasciato una lunga intervista nella quale ha fatto il punto sulle proprietà in sviluppo per il piccolo schermo. Con la chiusura dell’universo Marvel su Netflix e la prossima conclusione della longeva Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., si guarda già al futuro, con nuovi progetti per ABC e Hulu, ma non solo. Tutte queste faranno capo all’universo sviluppato dai Marvel Studios, e la novità più interessante è che alcune di queste arriveranno sulla piattaforma Disney+.
Innanzitutto si è parlato del crossover confermato tra Runaways, serie di Hulu, e Cloak&Dagger, distribuito da Freeform. Loeb ha dichiarato che si trattava di un esperimento che volevano realizzare fin dalla prima stagione di entrambi gli show e che la sua speranza è che sia il primo di molti altri, anche perché si parla comunque di un universo in cui tutto è connesso.

Ecco cosa ha invece dichiarato Loeb sulle serie, come Loki, in arrivo per Disney+:

Prima di tutto vorrei chiarire che questi show sono stati creati e sono sotto la responsabilità dello studio che realizza i film. Secondo, Marvel Television realizzerà delle serie per Disney+, solo che ancora non abbiamo annunciato cosa faremo.

Su Hulu arriveranno invece delle serie animate con protagonisti i personaggi della Marvel. Una su tutte, la serie su Howard il Papero. Loeb ha dichiarato che per impostare il progetto si è partiti da idee che facessero ridere prima di tutto loro, come Patton Oswalt che interpreta M.O.D.O.K., oppure l’idea di base di Hit-Monkey, una scimmia assassina. Per quanto riguarda Howard, ha dichiarato che il personaggio sarà intelligente, divertente, politico, e per loro realizzarlo in animazione era la soluzione migliore invece di una versione in CG. Il capo della Marvel TV ha confermato poi che tutti i personaggi convergeranno in una serie unica, chiamata The Offenders.

Loeb ha sottolineato come l’idea di indirizzare show diversi a piattaforme o canali diversi è anche un modo per pubblicizzare o vendere in modo particolare quelle serie. Ad esempio, far arrivare uno show animato su Hulu è un modo per far capire che si tratta di animazione per adulti. Lo stesso avverrà con la già annunciata serie di Ghost Rider, personaggio che era già stato introdotto in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., sulla ABC, ma che avrà una propria serie su Hulu.

C’è questo particolare gruppo di personaggi, che comprende Ghost Rider, ma anche Helstrom e sua sorella, Anna. Improvvisamente abbiamo capito che c’erano tre o quattro show che potevamo mettere insieme e ai quali ci riferiamo come Adventure into Fear.

Oltre a questi personaggi ce ne saranno quindi anche altri che ancora non sono stati svelati. L’obiettivo, per Loeb, è di presentare questi presunti mostri, che però poi appaiono come eroi.

Si è parlato, inevitabilmente, anche di Netflix e dei problemi di quell’universo:

(…) non posso davvero far altro che dire che siamo stati un po’ ciechi e che su vari progetti che sarebbero arrivati non eravamo ancora pronti. Non eravamo pronti ad annunciarli, quindi ci sono stati dei momenti nel mezzo in cui sembrava che stessimo per uscire. Poi, all’improvviso, ci capitava di rialzarci in volo come la fenice.

Loeb è comunque convinto che l’esperienza su Netflix sia stata molto utile, tanto da diventare un modello per i futuri progetti condivisi già accennati, quello su The Offenders e quello su Adventure into Fear. A tutto ciò si aggiunge almeno un progetto con protagonista femminile che si cercherà di sviluppare per la ABC, ma su questo argomento il capo della Marvel TV non si è potuto sbilanciare.




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