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COMIC REEL: New “Age Of Ultron” Promo Teases Widow, Hulk Moment; Amell Posts Mysterious “Arrow” Photo

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COMIC REEL: New “Age Of Ultron” Promo Teases Widow, Hulk Moment; Amell Posts Mysterious “Arrow” Photo

AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON

A new teaser for the next “Avengers” trailer has arrived and it has a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it tender moment between Bruce Banner and Black Widow. The full trailer will arrive during the series premiere of “American Crime” this Thursday on ABC at 10/9c.

Hot Toys has uploaded a bunch of new pictures of their upcoming Iron Man Hulkbuster figure to their Facebook page.

Lastly, ComicBookMovie has found a couple of new full body promotional images of the heroes. If you’ve been waiting for the right images to make Avengers paper dolls out of, here you go.

AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.

IGN has released a clip from tonight’s return episode of “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” that finds Skye utilizing her newfound powers.

In an interview with CBR, Clark Gregg spoke about how Skye’s newfound power will affect her relationship with Coulson.

“This is one of the things that I’ve liked most about this season, in that that relationship got so tight by the end of last season, and only more so this season, and yet she’s risen to a place where she’s one of the most effective agents he has,” said Gregg. “And so, he’s put in this position where she’s a daughter to him. She’s the closest thing to a daughter, and what bonds them is their dedication to this cause where, as head of S.H.I.E.L.D., he doesn’t get to be quite as touchy-feely as he was season one. He has to make choices that are simply for the greater good that S.H.I.E.L.D. provides, which is protecting the world from the strange, the weird — the line that Joss [Whedon] wrote in the pilot — and it means putting her in dangerous situations. And I think it makes him feel very responsible for whatever’s going on with her.”

Airs Tuesdays on ABC

ARROW

If there’s one thing “Arrow” fans have learned over the course of three seasons, it’s that leading man Stephen Amell loves posting cryptic things to his Facebook page. The latest cryptic image finds Amell on set wearing a mysterious black glove and blue light.

Airs Wednesdays on the CW

DEADPOOL

In an interview with MTV UK, Hugh Jackman revealed that he wouldn’t say “no” to appearing in the upcoming “Deadpool” film starring Ryan Reynolds.

“[Wolverine and Deadpool] are enemies in the comics, and they always spark off well together,” Jackman told MTV UK of their possible on-screen reunion. “I’d be open to that idea.” You can check out Jackman’s full comments on his pal Ryan Reynolds and Deadpool below.

Opens February 12, 2016

GOTHAM

You can check out a recap of last night’s “Gotham” episode, “Everyone Has A Cobblepot,” over on Spinoff. Following that episode’s premiere, Fox aired a teaser promoting the final four episodes of “Gotham’s” debut season.

CBR also talked to Mr. Cobblepot himself, Robin Lord Taylor, about his character’s rise to power.

“He’s establishing his club and establishing himself as a player in Gotham City,” said Taylor. “However, to do that, he’s made so many enemies along the way that he has to deal with. Ultimately, Oswald answers to Falcone, but, in his ideal world, he wouldn’t have to answer to anybody. You are going to see him maneuver his way through that with these major players who have been in the scene in Gotham City for years and years. Now, there’s this little punk who thinks he is Mr. Fancy Pants big shot, which he is not — yet. And they definitely make him know that.”

Airs Mondays on Fox

GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY 2

Writer and director James Gunn has been up front about the fact that new characters will be introduced in “Guardians of the Galaxy 2.” Now he’s revealed a little bit more about at least one of those characters, even if his comment still keeps their identity shrouded in mystery.


Yep, one of James Gunn’s favorite Marvel characters is coming to the big screen — and don’t assume it’s a man.

Opens May 5, 2017

IZOMBIE

In a new interview with DC All Access, showrunner Rob Thomas discussed his decision to alter the content of the CW’s “iZombie” so much from its source material.

“We did change some things and it had to do with other shows on the air,” said Thomas. “In the comic book there are all sorts of monsters, but that HBO show ‘True Blood’ was already doing all the monsters, and there’s also a vampire/werewolf/ghost show, so I wanted to stay out of that territory.” You can check out the full interview with Thomas below.

The CW has also released a new trailer for “iZombie” along with a couple of interviews with the show’s cast.

“iZombie” now has a motion poster that sets up the premise of the show.

Premieres March 17 on the CW

SPIDER-MAN

Rumors have been swirling around a lot over the past 24 hours regarding Drew Goddard’s (“Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “Cabin in the Woods”) involvement in the new “Spider-Man” film. Latino Review initially posted a statement from an unnamed source claiming that Goddard would write and direct the new “Spider-Man.” Goddard’s “Sinister Six” movie was also reported to have been dropped in favor of him taking over Spidey. The initial report claimed that the franchise would be called “Spectacular Spider-Man” and will not feature another origin story. The film may involve Spider-Man fighting Iron Man and the formation of the Sinister Six. CBR reached out to Goddard’s representatives, who denied Latino Review’s rumor, stating Goddard “hasn’t met on the title yet.” Following that, The Hollywood Reporter and Deadline reported that Goddard was in “very early talks” for the project. Sony has declined to comment on the story.

Opens July 28, 2017

SUICIDE SQUAD

After teasing that something will happen, “Suicide Squad” director David Ayer tweeted photos of Jared Leto sans his signature beard and long locks. The tweets chronicle the actor’s gradual transformation into the Joker.

Opens on August 5, 2016

SUPERGIRL

While CBS’ “Supergirl” has yet to begin shooting, the two Supergirls in the cast — Helen Slater and Melissa Benoist — posed together for a photo. Slater played Kara Zor-El in the 1984 “Supergirl” film and has joined the cast in an unspecified role; Benoist will play Supergirl in the new series.

The Wrap has reported that “Smash” star Jeremy Jordan has landed the role of IT genius Winslow “Winn” Schott. The character, who’s better known in the comics as Toyman, is said to be a guest star in the pilot with the potential for a recurring role.

Got any rampant rumors or weird comic book stuff? Be sure to drop us an email or sling us a webline on Twitter!

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