AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. Gets New Poster, SPIDER-MAN Movie Release Date Shuffle

Paolo Rivera's S.H.I.E.L.D. poster
Credit: Marvel Studios / ABC

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Gets Artistic (Again)

Another artistic poster for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. was released Thursday by Marvel Studios and EW.com, but before you look too closely at it or click to enlarge, beware of Spoilers!

The poster shows the recently revealed real villains of the modern-day MCU in a symbol overlay. The possible traitor also stands alone in the image.

The poster is meant to help remind fans that the new episode will air April 15 at 9pm, not 8pm - this week’s episode, which directly tied into Captain America: The Winter Soldier, will re-air at 8pm, leading directly into the new episode, titled “Providence.”

The art, by comic book artist Paolo Rivera, is meant to capture where each member of the team ended up at the end of “Turn, Turn, Turn” - including who stands between them all.

Spidey Franchise Shuffle?

In an interview with Den of Geek, Sony’s Spider-Man producers Avi Arad and Matt Tolmach have dropped the hint that the Venom and Sinister Six spin-off movies may actually come out before The Amazing Spider-Man 4, which was previously given a May 4, 2018 release date by Sony Pictures.

"Before we know what we do with Spider-Man 4, we're going to do Sinister Six, Venom and Spider-Man 3,” Tolmach said when asked about plans for the future film. “There is going to be a lot of crossover in those movies. So we're just not at Spider-Man 4, because we still have a whole other Spider-Man movie and two other movies. So we don't know yet what [Spider-Man 4] is going to be.”

The site then specified, but without a quote, that Tolmach confirmed May 2018 is a release date for one of the Spider-Man movies, but not necessarily the fourth numbered iteration.

Wadlow Has the Poooowwweeeeeeeer

While he may not have any new X-Force movie news for the time being, writer Jeff Wadlow is jumping onto another genre project. The new Masters of the Universe live-action film from Columbia has signed him on as a new writer to work the script. There is no director on the He-Man reboot at this time, as Jon M. Chu, who was once signed on, has since backed out of the project. Wadlow of course both wrote and directed Kick-Ass 2 in 2013, so THR thinks he may be considered for the helmer spot here, too.

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