COMIC REEL: “Doctor Strange” Created Benedict Mania In Nepal; Black Panther Slashes In “Civil War” Promo Art

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COMIC REEL: “Doctor Strange” Created Benedict Mania In Nepal; Black Panther Slashes In “Civil War” Promo Art


While talking to Entertainment Weekly, Benedict Cumberbatch revealed how teaching English to Tibetan monks back when he was 19 years old ended up influencing his performance.


New promotional art for “Civil War” features Black Panther’s claws going up against Cap’s shield. The art comes from Hablemos de Marvel.

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Posted by Hablemos de Marvel on Tuesday, December 29, 2015

While speaking to the Belfast Telegraph, Tom Holland spoke about how working on “Captain America: Civil War” made him ready to work on the solo Spider-Man film.

“‘Civil War’ will be a brilliant movie, a huge movie and I’ll have the support of the success of that movie so that I can go on to my own,” said Holland. “It was also a real eye-opener to what it will be like when I start my film. I think the problem with ‘Civil War’ for me was that it made me 10 times more excited to start on ‘Spider-Man,’ but we don’t start for months, so I’ve got to sit on that excitement for the moment.”

Opens May 6, 2016


Netflix has released a few new stills from “Daredevil’s” second season.


Empire has debuted a few more stills from the film that feature Deadpool standing alongside Colossus and another X-recruit, Negasonic Teenage Warhead (Brianna Hildebrand).


“iZombie” series lead Rose McIver revealed in a video posted by EW that Kristen Bell will play a role in the eleventh episode of the series’ second season. The episode, winkingly titled “Fifty Shades of Grey Matter,” will see Liv (McIver) consume the brain of a young librarian who moonlighted as an erotic fiction writer. Bell will provide a voiceover for the episode, a role usually filled by McIver, and EW notes that the specific details on how the “Frozen” voice actress further fits into the story “are being kept under wraps.

Airs Tuesdays on the CW


While looking at a still image from “Legends of Tomorrow,” has noticed a possibly familiar looking artifact in a display case. Could that army helmet belong to Sgt. Rock?


In a chat with the Los Angeles Times, Mike Colter discussed if Luke Cage will ever wear a yellow shirt (like he originally did in the comics) on his Netflix show.

“‘Jessica’ is her series. Anything that’s primarily ‘Luke Cage’ we want to save for Luke Cage’s series. I’m not saying that you’re going to see the yellow shirt, but if you’re going to see it, it’ll be in Luke Cage’s series.”

He also spoke about how Luke Cage resonates today. “I’m very aware of the current environment that we’re in, especially in America, what’s going on with the police and what’s going on with these incidents. I’m acutely aware of it. This is not necessarily the platform to hit it head on. That being said, I really feel like Luke Cage is a timely hero right now. I feel like what we’re doing subtly — with the storytelling and how he is as a character — that’s going to be different than what you saw in ‘Jessica.'”

Debuts on Netflix in 2016


Entertainment Weekly has revealed a new piece of concept art from “X-Men: Apocalypse” that shows off Magneto’s hyped-up power set, which he got from Apocalypse.

While talking to EW, director Bryan Singer discussed these power upgrades, specifically when it comes to Michael Fassbender’s Master of Magnetism.

“One of Apocalypse’s many powers is he can imbue other mutants with greater ones,” said Singer. The director then referenced to the accompanying concept art, seen above. “Magneto is demonstrating a small taste of what he can do now. Magneto is already enormously powerful…. Now Apocalypse gives him powers far beyond what we’ve seen before.”

Opens May 27, 2016

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