Mike Colter spoke with Marvel.com about the connection between “Jessica Jones” and “Luke Cage.”
In an interview with CBR, James D’Arcy spoke about the amount of physical comedy Jarvis is pulling off in season two.
“They decided it, and I went along with that,” said D’Arcy of the decision to up Jarvis’ comedy. “I have to be honest: I have really enjoyed the fact that they did make it more physically comedic. The fact that we’ve moved the show to L.A. and the show has a bit of a lighter tone this year — I think it’s really good for the show but also on a very personal note, I love doing the comedy stuff so it’s great for me as well.”
Airs Mondays on ABC
The CW has released a clip from tonight’s “Arrow” episode, which is titled “Unchained.” The clip sees the return of Colton Haynes’ Roy Harper.
CBR also has an exclusive clip from tonight’s episode focusing on Nyssa al Ghul.
Airs Wednesdays on the CW
“Flash” showrunner Andrew Kreisberg spoke to TV Line about Caitlin Snow’s relationship with Jay Garrick, the Earth-2 ex-speedster who’s time is running out.
“When [Caitlin’s fiance] Ronnie died, both times he was literally snatched out of Caitlin’s life. She had to stand by and watch, helpless,” said Kreisberg. “But the problem that Jay is facing is [based in] biochemistry — her specialty — so she is determined to not let history repeat itself. Instead of being a victim of fate, she is now in the driver’s seat, and that creates a very different dynamic for her. It definitely lets her shine, while also showing a vulnerability to Jay. It’s always hard to see your heroes be weak, and in some ways it’s harder for the hero themselves, to need to be saved.”
Wally West actor Keiynan Lonsdale spoke to Collider, discussing what it’s like to shoot scenes with Grant Gustin in the Flash suit.
“You definitely feel like you’re on the show, at that point, and that you’re creating a comic book world and bringing it to life,” said Lonsdale. “It’s also interesting watching Grant because he transforms when that suit is on him. Other times, it’s just funny. It makes a good laugh when he has the suit on because anything you say while the suit is on is hilarious. So, it’s entertaining, either way.”
Lonsdale also expressed a desire to see a super suit for Wally West. “The first time I saw him in it, I was just like, ‘I wonder what Wally’s costume is going to be like.’ I’m waiting to see what the design will be. Hopefully, I’ll get to find out soon!”
Airs Tuesdays on the CW
The CW has aired a preview for next week’s episode, “Physician Heal Thy Selfie.”
Airs Tuesdays on the CW
OUTCAST & PREACHER
South By Southwest has announced the lineup for their film festival, which will include the first episodes of both Cinemax’s “Outcast” and AMC’s “Preacher.” Here are the write-ups for each series; neither screening date has been announced.
Director: Adam Wingard, Screenwriter: Robert Kirkman, Showrunner: Chris Black
Outcast, based on the Skybound/Image comic title by creator Robert Kirkman and artist Paul Azaceta, follows Kyle Barnes, a young man who has been plagued by demonic possession all his life. Cast: Patrick Fugit, Philip Glenister, Wrenn Schmidt, Reg E. Cathey, David Denman (World Premiere)
Directors: Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, Screenwriter: Sam Catlin
Preacher is a supernatural, twisted and darkly comedic drama that follows a West Texas preacher named Jesse Custer, who – along with his ex-girlfriend Tulip and an Irish vagabond named Cassidy – is thrust into a crazy world, much bigger than he is. Cast: Dominic Cooper, Ruth Negga, Joseph Gilgun, Ian Colletti, W. Earl Brown, Lucy Griffiths (World Premiere)
Although TNT passed on a live-action drama based on DC Comics’ “Teen Titans,” we may not have seen the last of the project. Geoff Johns, DC Entertainment’s chief creative officer, told TVLine the company had known about TNT’s decision “months and months and months” before the announcement — and they still have plans for the series.
“We have plans for ‘Titans,'” Johns said. “It’s a huge piece of DC, and we have plans.”