Is the Agents of Shield TV show considered canon for the movie universe? They have one scene last season where a 'chemically enhanced' character (who is now becoming Deathlok) is shown training by pushing this gigantic piece of construction equipment down a field like its a football sled, then he asks the trainer if he beat Captain America's record (told "not even close")...was the Golden/Bronze age Cap that strong? Definitely superhuman...that thing weighed tons, and if I remember correctly it wasn't rolling down the field, he was using brute force...
It's canon, but the writers can be lazy sometimes. They probably just decided that scene was a good opportunity to name drop Cap.
Like Fake said, a guy from the Shield tv show is now Deathlok...I remember the actor from one of the Buffy spin-offs (Angel maybe?). He's a veteran whose been given some attempt at a new Super-Soldier Serum, then he gets blown up and the bad guys start rebuilding him with cybernetics. I don't recall the comic book bio for him, but that's how it's playing out for the movie universe. He was briefly a Shield agent, but still in training when he got co-opted as Deathlok.
Vincent D'Onofrio is going to play the Kingpin. I privately always wanted to see Emmanuel Yarbrough in the role in the same vein as Michael Clark Duncan, although he was never in line to get the part to my knowledge. Oh well, I guess we'll just have to settle for this jerk:
How did you guys like the 2003 version? I thought MKD and Colin Farrell balanced the film's flaws out to make it at least tolerably mediocre.
I'm going to go back in time to 1995 and tell someone that in 20 years, Agent Cooper is going to get into an action-movie style fight on ABC with the guy who played Kevin Rooney in the HBO Mike Tyson biopic. And that Kevin Rooney will try to use that move Royce Gracie used to choke out Dan Severn with (Or that Mel Gibson used to choke out Gary Busey with, if they don't understand) but will get power-bombed by Coop and almost punched to death.