TV News: SHIELD, 24, Lee, Promos

Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD
“Battlestar Galactica” and “The Walking Dead” composer Bear McCreary will be bringing his talents to the upcoming ABC series “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”. In an official statement, McCreary says:

“I always wanted to write music of my own for this genre. Now, I have the opportunity to contribute original music to the ever-expanding Marvel universe? And I have a full symphonic orchestra at my disposal every week to do it? And I get to work with the visionary Joss Whedon and his remarkable creative team? Well, suddenly I’m worried that my entire life might actually be a dream, that I might suddenly wake up back in third grade, having dozed off while reading ‘X-Men.’ If this life is a dream, I’m going to love every minute of it until I wake up.” [Source: SHH]

Another famed “24” producer, Manny Coto, is returning to the fold for the real-time event-series reboot “24: Live Another Day”.

Coto, who has since gone on to shows like “Dexter” and “Enterprise,” will become an exec prod/showunner on the project as part of a new two year overall deal with 20th Century Fox Television. [Source: Deadline]

Untitled Bruce Lee Project
“Fast Five” director Justin Lin looks like he could be directing the pilot for a one-hour drama based on material written by the late, great martial arts legend Bruce Lee.

Bruce Lee Enterprises and Perfect Storm Entertainment will produce the series. [Source: Deadline]