6 Marvel-ous Things We Learned From Clark Gregg's AMA
This afternoon Clark Gregg, better known to the world as Director Phil Coulson of S.H.I.E.L.D, conducted an Ask Me Anything (AMA) sesson on Reddit. He was there to promote his latest effort as a writer/director/actor triple threat, Trust Me, which is available on demand now, but naturally the conversation turned to all things Marvel. Pouring through the transcript of the conversation, we found six interesting facts that the man himself chose to share with his adoring comic geek public. What we picked up on ranges from the surprising to the not as surprising, but still very interesting.
Clark Gregg IS NOT Directing Ant-ManAlright, let's get the obvious out of the way: Clark Gregg is not, repeat IS NOT going to direct Ant-Man. Nor is he up for any Marvel directing gigs in the near future, as he has stated:
It would be a dream someday. But right now Marvel's keeping me pretty damn busy on the other side of the camera.
Just because he isn't up for a directing right now, doesn't mean he wouldn't be up for one in the future though. In fact, later on in the Q&A, he name drops Adam Warlock as a favorite Marvel character of his. Adam Warlock is part of the Cosmic Marvel universe that Guardians Of The Galaxy is apart of, and has powers ranging from super speed and strength to being able to use cosmic energy. Don't get too excited though, as the character has close ties to The Fantastic Four, and those rights are tied up at 20th Century Fox. If they have the rights to the ancillary characters like Galactus and Silver Surfer, you can bet that somewhere buried in the fine print, Adam Warlock is mentioned.
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