NBC has begun airing a promo for next week’s “Constantine” episode, titled “Quid Pro Quo.”
ComicBook.com reported on “Constantine’s” midseason premiere ratings, noting that the series’ numbers took a bit of a dive in its new earlier timeslot. The 2015 premiere was watched by 3.08 million viewers and earned a 0.8 rating in the adults 18-49 demo. The winter finale episode pulled in a 1.0 in the demo. Showrunner Daniel Cerone tweeted about the less than ideal development.
No secret #Constantine took a hit at 8 pm. Sigh. Many possibilities for future. All depend on viewers. Keep watching & sharing your passion.
– Daniel Cerone (@DanielVCerone) January 18, 2015
If you feel like a laugh after hearing that news, then check out DC’s new claymation “Constantine” special, “John Con Noir.” The short features voicework by series star Matt Ryan.
Airs Fridays on NBC
Marvel has released the synopsis for “Agent Carter’s” upcoming fifth episode, “The Iron Ceiling.” The episode will guest star the Howling Commandos and introduce members Happy Sam Sawyer, Junior Juniper and Pinky Pinkerton into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
“The Iron Ceiling” – Peggy is finally trusted with a mission and calls upon her trusted Howling Commandos squad for backup. But her cover could be at risk when SSR Chief Dooley also sends Agent Thompson with her, on “Marvel’s Agent Carter,” Tuesday, February 3 (9:00-10:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
“Marvel’s Agent Carter” stars Hayley Atwell as Agent Peggy Carter, James D’Arcy as Edwin Jarvis, Chad Michael Murray as Agent Jack Thompson, Enver Gjokaj as Agent Daniel Sousa and Shea Whigham as Chief Roger Dooley.
Guest starring are Eddie Shin as Agent Li, Greg Serano as Agent Ramirez, Neal McDonough as Dum-Dum Dugan, Bridget Regan as Dottie Underwood, Leonard Roberts as Happy Sam Sawyer, James Austin Kerr as Junior Juniper, Richard Short as Pinky Pinkerton, Ralph Brown as Dr. Ivchenko and Jared Gertner as cryptographer.
“The Iron Ceiling” was written by Jose Molina and directed by Peter Leto.
Airs Tuesdays on ABC
Despite the comparatively serious tone of the first “Ant-Man” teaser, actress Judy Greer (“Arrested Development,” “Archer”) recently expressed her feelings about the way Marvel embraces comedy to IGN.
“They treat us really well and I really like the risks they’re taking with the comedy in their superhero movies kind of starting with ‘Guardians of the Galaxy,'” said Greer. “I’m friendly with James Gunn and I was so happy that Marvel allowed his personality and his voice to show through because he’s one of the funniest guys I know. It’s fun to see superheroes who aren’t just kicking ass but are also fully formed characters.”
Greer also revealed that the “Ant-Man” cast was allowed to improvise on the set. “I haven’t seen it yet but there was a lot of comedy on set and we did a lot of comedic improv,” she said. “I don’t know what will end up in the movie, but yeah.”
Opens July 17
Three days ago, “Arrow” released a “5 Days Until Arrow Returns’ teaser presented by John Barrowman.
– Arrow (@CW_Arrow) January 16, 2015
Returns January 21 on the CW
BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE
“As many [years] as it takes,” said Cavill. “I love the character. I love working with Warner Bros. and what they’re doing with it, and so fingers crossed I’ll be able to tell the story for many, many years to come.” You can check out the interview video below.
Opens March 25, 2016
IGN has posted an interview with “Flash” star Grant Gustin in which the actor touches on a number of topics.
On getting to work with Mark Hamill:
“It’s unbelievable, kind of. All the guest stars have been really amazing. Victor Garber, the fact that we got him blew my mind. Clancy Brown, who’s been in so many award-winning films and Tom Cavanaugh is a series regular, and Jesse L. Martin I’ve been a fan of my whole life. But Mark Hamill, that’s kind of a different type of holy shit, you’re one of the most legendary iconic characters of all time. So it’s really fucking cool and I’m really excited to meet him and his storyline has some really cool twists involved that are connected to his stint from 25 years ago on ‘the Flash’ which is cool that we’re doing that nod. It’s really exciting.”
On Peek-A-Boo’s debut:
“Yeah, that was… What is that, episode twelve? That’s a different kind of episode. I liked it. I hate giving away too much, but yeah, that was a different kind of episode because that episode was about relationships, in general, between our villains and our regulars. I can’t give away too much about that storyline because I don’t want to and most of her stuff is with her partner, her villain partner/boyfriend character. I wasn’t there for much of it but it’s a really interesting character. It’s really different from any other villain we’ve had on the show. It’s one of the ones you kind of feel for. That whole episode focuses on relationships between all of our characters.”
On a potential “Supergirl” crossover:
“Supergirl, yeah. It also is exhausting to think about. But, if they’re like, “Hey we’re doing Supergirl now and we want the Flash to be on a Supergirl episode,” I’m going to get excited about that and then after that worry about how we’re going to make it work. But yeah, of course! I’m down. I’m down for any type of cool crossover as long as we can make it work.”
Returns to the CW on January 20
Airs Mondays on Fox
With “iZombie’s” premiere date set and first footage released, CBR has posted a couple of interviews with the show’s cast and crew. You can check out an interview with executive producer Rob Thomas and star David Anders.
We also have a sit down with series star Rose McIver and co-star Robert Buckley, as well as EP Diane Ruggiero-Wright.
Premieres March 17 on the CW
“Powers” creator and Marvel Comics writer Brian Michael Bendis will appear on “Late Night with Seth Meyers” this Tuesday night. The episode, which will also feature Lauren Graham (“Parenthood”) and Rainn Wilson (“Backstrom”) and possibly include new information on PlayStation’s upcoming “Powers” series, will air at 12:35AM on NBC.
While a premiere date has yet to be set, we know that principal photography on the series’ first season has wrapped thanks to a few Twitter posts.
Panorama: charliehuston: Wrapping Powers. last day of principle photography on season one!! http://t.co/wTqbgV4xN2
– BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS (@BRIANMBENDIS) January 17, 2015
– Andrew Sensenig (@andrewsensenig) January 17, 2015
– Kait C. (@HeyKaitHeyy) January 17, 2015
In a recent interview with Larry King over at Yahoo! Movies, Patrick Stewart revealed that the modern day versions of Professor X and Magneto will not play a role in the upcoming “X-Men” film. “I was learning quite a lot more about it last night, and it is going to be looking very much at the earlier lives of all our characters,” said Stewart. “And so I don’t think we’ll be making an appearance,”
Opens May 27, 2016
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