Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Lone Ranger, Arrow: October 3rd Comic Reel


Although she doesn't yet have her own film, it looks like Black Widow will show up in "Captain America: The Winter Soldier". Scarlett Johansson's character is an understandable addition to the cast, considering the Widow's relationship with the Winter Soldier in the comics.

Further, Marvel is currently moving forward to find Steve Rogers' love interest for the film. The list includes Emelia Clarke ("Game of Thrones"), Jessica Brown Findlay, ("Downton Abbey"), Imogen Poots ("Fright Night") and Alison Brie ("Community"). While all the actresses under consideration have an impressive background, Brie has worked with directors Joe and Anthony Russo before on "Community."

Noticeably absent from this list are Anna Kendrick and Felicity Jones, who were both reportedly under consideration for the role as recently as August.

Opens April 4, 2014


The first trailer for Disney's "The Lone Ranger" reboot has hit the web, courtesy of iTunes Trailers.

Empire Online has posted the first international teaser poster for the film, featuring a first look at the logo.

Opens July 3, 2013


The Huffington Post has the first look at "Arrow's" interpretation of DC Comics marksman Deadshot, played by Michael Rowe. Rowe makes his debut as Deadshot during the third episode of the series, which airs October 24.

Premieres October 10 on the CW


Andy Serkis, who portrays Gollum in "The Hobbit," served as a second unit director on the film and spoke to Digital Spy about the experience.

"[Peter Jackson's] known for a long time I wanted to direct, and I was thrilled to be asked," Serkis told Digital Spy. "It was an extraordinary challenge, 200 days of shooting, masses and masses of really exciting things going on. It was wonderful."

Opens December 14


Two hi-res versions of previously-released TV spots for "Skyfall" have hit courtesy Sony Pictures. Nothing new here, but the footage looks good.

Opens November 9


Variety reports that Lana and Andy Wachowski are currently developing a television series with J. Michael Straczynski. Entitled "Sense8," the Wachowskis and Straczynski are keeping the plot very tight under wraps and are currently shopping the hour-long show to a range of outlets.

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