COMIC REEL: Adams Teases "Big Moment" With Batman; "Ragnarok" Director Says Thor Has To Be The "Most Interesting"


While speaking with "Empire" magazine (as transcribed by CBM), Amy Adams reveals that Lois Lane will have a "big moment" with Batman in the film, and that the scene involved "wirework and special effects work."

Adams and Henry Cavill also spoke about Lois and Clark's relationship. "She may have some tunnel vision, but she's got a job, moral standards," said Adams of Lane. "[When] we met her before she would do anything to get the story -- now Clark has instilled some faith in humanity in her... Her relationship with Clark is the closest thing she has to anything faith-based, you know? Although moving in with Clark brings issues."

"It's not a normal relationship," said Cavill. "How could it be? One of them is an alien."

A new image from the film featuring Wonder Woman aboard a Turkish Airlines flight has been released.


During a recent TCA event, IGN caught up with Elizabeth Henstridge and Ming-Na Wen and talked to them about where the second half of season three finds their characters.

"Simmons is grieving," said Henstridge. "She knows that Will has not made it back and that he's gone and that Fitz tried and all that stuff, so she's in a funky place of trying to get over that. She has some survivor's guilt, and she's just so overwhelmed with how amazing Fitz has been throughout the whole process... We're just going to see what happens there, because obviously they've kissed and obviously she's said I feel the same, but then Will didn't make it. She's got to resolve quite a lot of things. She definitely feels responsible because he died trying to save her, and him dying meant she survived."

Wen said that "there is definitely a transition in May trying to figure out how to not have her emotions, just to keep it in check the way she normally does. Because she's been tapping more and more into her humanity and opening her heart to various situations this past season, I think she wants to continue, but is reluctant to because she feels like perhaps it might be detrimental to her as an agent."

Returns to ABC on March 8


During an appearance at New Jersey's Heroes & Villains Fan Fest, John Barrowman spoke about how becoming Ra's al Ghul affected Malcolm Merlyn.

"When he became Ra's al Ghul, he was finally in charge of the League of Assasins, but what he really wanted to be doing was still manipulating who I'll call the Team Oliver people," Barrowman said, as reported by ComicBook.com. "You'll have to watch to see what happens," he teased, "because pretty soon a lot of things are going to change drastically."

Photos from the upcoming "A.W.O.L." episode of "Arrow" have arrived online.


Fox has released a brief sound bite of the film's soundtrack. Check out the track below for "Maximum Effort" by Junkie XL.

The soundtrack features a compilation of Junkie XL's score and some classic pop songs. A full track listing has also been unveiled on Indiewire:

"Deadpool" Soundtrack Tracklisting1. Angel of the Morning - Juice Newton

2. Maximum Effort

3. Small Disruption

4. Shoop - Salt-N-Pepa

5. Twelve Bullets

6. Man In A Red Suit

7. Liam Neeson Nightmares

8. Calendar Girl - Neil Sedaka

9. The Punch Bowl

10. Back To Life

11. Every Time I See Her

12. Deadpool Rap - Teamheadkick

13. Easy Angel

14. Scrap Yard

15. This Place Looks Sanitary

16. Watership Down

17. X Gon' Give It To Ya - DMX

18. Going Commando

19. Let's Try To Kill Each Other

20. Stupider When You Say It

21. Four Or Five Moments

22. A Face I Would Sit On

23. Careless Whisper - WHAM!

Two new pics from the film have also been released.

He went to Jared! pic.twitter.com/ZYvgEWVZsj

- Deadpool Movie (@deadpoolmovie) January 24, 2016

A match made in heaven. And by heaven, we mean a rusty, old dive bar with dim lighting. pic.twitter.com/0HZp5woRYE

- Deadpool Movie (@deadpoolmovie) January 23, 2016

Opens February 12, 2016


While talking to Entertainment Weekly, showrunner Andrew Kreisberg explained that the return of the Reverse-Flash following his death will be explained in the episode. When asked directly about it, Kreisberg simply answered, "Yep." The executive producer also discussed the advantages of having an Eobard Thawne from earlier in the timeline than viewers saw in season one: "There are some great surprises and some character interactions between this Thawne and all of our characters. Again, they all have the benefit of having enjoyed last season and he hasn't."

The CW has released pics from tonight's episode, "The Reverse-Flash Returns."


During a panel appearance at New Jersey's Heroes & Villains Fan Fest, Robin Lord Taylor (the Penguin) revealed who is the "biggest clown" on the set.

"In my experience, it would be Paul freaking Reubens," said Taylor, as reported by ComicBook.com. "He, as we all know, is playing my father. He's an absolute delight. I think he's sky-rocketed to the top of the list in terms of actors who aren't in the core group on the show. He's beloved by everyone on set, and he's also absolutely hilarious. He'll do everything he can do to make you laugh and break in the scene."

A new poster for "Gotham" has been released, subtitled "Wrath of the Villains."


A new image posted to the show's Twitter account features a file folder labeled "Cage" with the date "November" scrawled on it in pen. It's possible that this image is hinting that "Luke Cage" will premiere in November, or that "Jessica Jones" season two will be Cage-centric and premiere in that month.

Alias Investigations, how can I help you? #JessicaJones pic.twitter.com/BN7gux7ud5

- Jessica Jones (@JessicaJones) January 25, 2016

Now streaming on Netflix


Star Taron Egerton is prepping for his return as Eggsy in the "Kingsman" sequel, as he revealed on Twitter.

About to go for a suit fitting. And so it begins... #Kingsman

- Taron Egerton (@TaronEgerton) January 25, 2016

Opens June 16, 2017


The CW has released a new clip from this week's "Legends" that features "Arrow" villain Damien Darhk.

There are also new stills for the episode, featuring the show's cast and Darhk.


Fox has released a trio of behind-the-scenes photos from "Lucifer."


You can check out a recap of last night's "Supergirl" over here on CBR. There's also a promo for next week's episode, "Bizarro."

Airs Mondays on CBS


In interview with Crave Online, director Taika Waititi spoke about how he landed the gig as "Ragnarok" director.

"I was asked to pitch on 'Thor.' They watched 'Shadows' obviously, and they watched 'Boy,' and I think the combination of those two films, you get that I wasn't just like a crazy comedy director or too dramatic. They wanted to weave a little bit away from that... Basically how I pitched it was like, [Thor] just needs to be the most interesting character... [I]f you're going to call the movie Thor, Thor has to be the best character."

Opens on November 3, 2017

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