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messaggio 17/1/2016, 13:55
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Marvel e ABC al lavoro su un’altra serie comedy (oltre Damage Control)

Il presidente di ABC Entertainment Group, Paul Lee, ha rivelato in un’intervista che il suo gruppo è al lavoro su una seconda comedy con protagonisti dei supereroi, oltre alla già annunciata Damage Control (qui i dettagli).
In un’intervista rilasciata a IGN, Lee ha infatti rivelato che la collaborazione con la Marvel dovrebbe dare vita a un altro show, commentando inoltre il progetto Damage Control:

“Quello arriverà sugli schermi questa stagione. Non l’ho ancora letto. Non vedo l’ora di vederlo. Speriamo sarà grandioso”.

Pur lasciando avvolto dal mistero il secondo progetto, il capo di ABC ha parlato della possibilità di realizzare progetti più leggeri dedicati ai protagonisti dei fumetti:

“Vogliamo sicuramente che la Marvel faccia comedy oltre alle serie drammatiche e, come sapete, forniamo molti drama a Netflix. Il nostro lavoro è realizzare una grandiosa televisione. Scegliamo i migliori script, proponiamo i migliori cast. Il nostro lavoro è realizzare grandiosi progetti televisivi”.

Che ne pensate? Un’altra comedy dedicata ai supereroi vi sembra una buona idea?


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messaggio 31/8/2016, 23:25
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Marvel TV Developing NEW WARRIORS Comedy Series Featuring SQUIRREL GIRL

There's been a lot of buzz surrounding Squirrel Girl lately, but it has now been revealed that the character will take centre stage in a New Warriors comedy series being developed by Marvel TV and ABC...

A Squirrel Girl movie always seemed like a long shot (regardless of Anna Kendrick's interest and the enthusiasm of the Russo Brothers), but TV Line has now revealed that the character is heading to the small screen. Apparently, Marvel and ABC Studios are developing a New Warriors comedy series which will put the spotlight on the obscure hero who has become a real fan-favourite in recent years.

The half hour series won't air on ABC though as it is apparently being shopped around to both cable and streaming services (a sign perhaps that it will be a little more adult in nature than Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.). It's certainly an interesting idea, though it sounds like it's still early days for the project.

"Described as the junior version of The Avengers," the site adds, "the New Warriors are a superhero squad made up of teenagers, one of whom would include Doreen Green (aka Squirrel Girl)." A show like this will give Marvel the opportunity to highlight a lot of relatively obscure younger characters from the comic books, and while no other names are mentioned, the likes of Speedball and Justice showing up seems likely. What do you think about a New Warriors TV show? Share your thoughts below.


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Squirrel Girl in TV? La Marvel al lavoro su una serie comedy con i New Warriors!

La scanzonata supereroina Squirrel Girl potrebbe presto approdare in TV.
TV Line riporta infatti che la Marvel e gli ABC Studios sarebbero al lavoro su una serie TV comedy sui New Warriors, gruppo di supereroi formato da teenager che nei fumetti sono considerati come la ‘versione giovane’ degli Avengers.

Squirrel Girl, come accennato, potrebbe fare parte di questo progetto poiché parte di questo gruppo. Il personaggio è così descritto su Wikipedia:

Squirrel Girl, il cui vero nome è Doreen Allene Green, è un personaggio dei fumetti creato da Will Murray (testi) e Steve Ditko (disegni) pubblicato dalla Marvel Comics. La sua prima apparizione avviene in Marvel Super-Heroes (Vol. 2) n. 8 (gennaio 1992).
Concepita allo scopo di ridare un tocco di allegria e spensieratezza all’Universo Marvel che andava sempre più incupendosi, Squirrel Girl è una supereroina con abilità e caratteristiche ispirate agli scoiattoli che, sebbene non sempre venga presa sul serio, ha puntualmente sconfitto molti dei più grandi supercriminali della Terra. La natura scanzonata e parodistica del personaggio l’ha portata a divenire estremamente popolare sia tra gli autori che per pubblico e critica.Inizialmente, in lingua italiana, il suo nome è stato adattato: “Ragazza Scoiattolo”.

Sia la Marvel che gli ABC Studios hanno rifiutato di commentare la notizia, ma sembra che il progetto sia in fase di valutazione da parte di canali via cavo e servizi di streaming.


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TLDR: The NEW WARRIORS Show is NOT Airing On ABC

Things tend to be more than just the headlines indicate, and hopefully this new series of articles will help to illuminate the common misconceptions among the CBM community. To start, the recent New Warriors news.

I've noticed a recurring trend where people clearly comment on articles without reading any of the, y'know, acutal story, and therefore make a whole bunch of comments (positive or negative) that are completely wrong because they didn't actually read the story in question in any sort of detail. So I figured I'd shed some light on a few aspects people seem to be confused on, on two key specific points. In particular I'd like to start with the recent story of Marvel Television adapting New Warriors as a half-hour comedy.

WHAT PEOPLE THOUGHT THEY READ: SQUIRREL GIRL TO LEAD NEW WARRIORS SERIES

Now, there was a lot of commentary yesterday about how it seemed unfair to the New Warriors that they would get shafted in favor of Squirrel Girl, a character who, while having gained popularity in recent years, has no real connection to the team itself. However, if you look at the actual story....nowhere did it say Squirrel Girl was the lead.

The actual quote from the article at TVLine about the show:

Described as the junior version of The Avengers, the New Warriors are a superhero squad made up of teenagers, one of whom would include Doreen Green (aka Squirrel Girl).

Now while the rest of the article did go on to talk at length about Squirrel Girl, nowhere in the article is it indicated that it's a Squirrel Girl show that also has the New Warriors: it's a New Warriors show where Squirrel Girl is a member of the team. Which wouldn't necessarily guarantee she is the lead (though it wouldn't rule it out, per se, either).

Now, for the big misconception I saw, that I don't see how the hell people kept repeating this ad nasueam without realising what was actually the story.

WHAT PEOPLE THOUGHT THEY READ: NEW WARRIORS SERIES TO AIR ON ABC

Now, this one is, to be quite frank, just a fundamental failure to actually read what was actually written in the article. There's no two ways about it. It's not airing on ABC. People saw that ABC Studios was producing it and immediately assumed that meant it was to air on ABC despite two key facts:

A: ABC Studios produces nearly every MCU show. INCLUDING the Netflix ones. The only ones not made by ABC Studios are the two being made by ABC Signature Studios, Cloak and Dagger and Runaways.
B: The text of the article clearly indicates there is almost ZERO CHANCE NEW WARRIORS ENDS UP AT ABC.

Both Marvel and ABC Studios declined to comment, but sources confirm that the half-hour project is currently being shopped around to cable and streaming outlets.

Like, literally right there in plain English. It's being looked at for cable or streaming service for a home. Which would literally automatically rule out it airing on ABC proper, since ABC is a not a cable channel in any sense of the word. It won't be on ABC. At all. In fact, by that story, it's far more likely it will wind up on Netflix itself than it ever being on ABC. Food for thought.

So what do you guys think? Would you like to see more articles like this, correcting misconceptions people draw from other stories? Do you have a new perspective on the story now that you actually looked at what was in it? Leave your thoughts in the comments below!


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