According to Cinema Blend on March 18, Marvel's "Marvel Studios: Assembling A Universe" will air tonight and feature four key aspects of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It all started when Nick Fury, played by Samuel L. Jackson, appeared in the end credits scene in the 2008 film "Iron Man". The content of that end tease set the standard to assemble a "team" and today Marvel Studios is credited as the king of the comic book movies. Clark Gregg even decided to feature Cinema Blend's article on his Facebook page.
First, the show will highlight the historical contents of all their films such as "Iron Man", "The Incredible Hulk", "Iron Man 2", "Thor", "Captain America: The First Avenger", "The Avengers", "Iron Man 3" and "Thor: The Dark World".
Though this may seem like a rehash to fans who are overly critical of comic books and all things nerdy, one shouldn't necessarily hastily critique as one could learn something new from old material. After all, it may have been news to some to learn of how Clark Gregg was approached to continue to play the Agent Phil Coulson role even after his character's death.
Next comes some juicy new material featured in tonight's program. Since "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" is coming up quickly, most of the ABC TV show will feature clips and content of the film. Though something can be learned from it like what makes the villains and the heroes "tick" in this film. Also, new footage of James Gunn's "Guardians of the Galaxy" that wasn't seen in the first trailer. Also, footage from Joss Whedon's "Avengers: Age of Ultron" will be made apparent that was never before presented to even press screeners.
Third it's not all about the films. Marvel had also been experimenting with something known as One-Shots which are usually special short films that tie into the films and even spun off its own TV show "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." Sadly, there will be no talk of any future of the One-Shots as well as the future of the Netflix projects.
Finally, as with most films that end with post credits teases or short clips, there will be no such thing that will conclude "Assembling A Universe", however, if one keeps a close eye out when actually reading the credits scroll across the screen, it may behoove someone to keep an eye out for the gaffers and producers.
There will be a brief montage of footage from all the Marvel films, however, it doesn't end at the phases fans are already familiar with. For that, one needs to tune into ABC's "Marvel Studios Assembling A Universe" at 8 p.m. EST.