COMIC REEL: "Agent Carter's" "Power Couple" Hints At Madame Masque; Liv Looks For Love In "iZombie" Promo


Marvel.com has a chat with two of "Agent Carter's" new cast members, Wynn Everett (who plays Whitney Frost) and Currie Graham (Calvin Chadwick). Frost and Chadwick are a couple in the series, with Frost having an evil alter ego: Madame Masque.


IGN caught up with the "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." cast at ABC's winter 2016 TCA presentation and asked the cast members about how the fallout from the midseason finale will affect the show moving forward. The last new episode saw Coulson kill Grant Ward, leaving the Hydra agent's body open to possession by an Inhuman monster.

"What I know so far, it looks like the biggest possible effect, because it works on two levels," Gregg said. "On the one hand, it means Coulson having crossed a line that I think he takes very seriously, which is, 'If you're trying to protect the world from evil and you then become evil, haven't you become part of the problem?' That's a little bit what's going on for him, even though I don't think that answer's cut-and-dry in this case. Also, he's created a corpse for [the Inhuman] to jump into, and I think the fallout from that is going to be big, although it should provide this brilliant thespian with some unbelievable stuff to chew the planetary scenery with."

Returns to ABC on March 8


"BvS'" Lex Luthor, Jesse Eisenberg, visited Midtown Comics' Times Square location yesterday, as revealed by the NYC-based comic store's Twitter.

.@JesseEisenberg signed some #LexLuthor comics at our store today! Check in next week for a chance to win these! pic.twitter.com/G3PRZIFze6

- Midtown Comics (@MidtownComics) January 12, 2016

A new rumor reported at Latino Review claims that -- potential spoiler alert -- the film will include a third menace.

The site claims that in addition to Lex Luthor and Doomsday, Bizarro will play some part in the film. Latino Review doesn't indicate where its information comes from; the site doesn't cite unnamed sources or claim to have seen the film themselves. The rumor also doesn't mention how Bizarro will factor into the film. There's speculation that he could be a clone created by Luthor following Superman's bloody battle with Batman, and there's precedent for this speculation since the latest trailer hints that Luthor created Doomsday. Latino Review does state that they believe Bizarro's inclusion is part of Snyder's set up for "Justice League: Part One."

Opens March 25, 2016


"Deadpool's" faux-romantic movie campaign continues with two new posters.

A love for which is worth killing. #Deadpool pic.twitter.com/d3jQdKSmOZ

- Deadpool Movie (@deadpoolmovie) January 12, 2016

This Valentine's Day, witness 50 Shades of Slay. #Deadpool pic.twitter.com/hIQ68O92RO

- Deadpool Movie (@deadpoolmovie) January 12, 2016

Ryan Reynolds has also shared a sneak peek at the film via Instagram showing his heavily scarred Wade Wilson makeup.

Already? Feels like it was #tongueouttuesday like, two Tuesday's ago. #Deadpool

A photo posted by Ryan Reynolds (@vancityreynolds) on

There's a new TV spot for "Deadpool" out as well, one that focuses on the women in the film (Vanessa, Angel Dust and Negasonic Teenage Warhead).

Box Office Mojo has confirmed that "Deadpool" has been granted an R-rating for "strong violence and language throughout, sexual content and graphic nudity."

Opens February 12, 2016


ComicBook.com has a report from Ben McKenzie's recent appearance at Wizard World New Orleans where he talked about the nature of death on "Gotham." When the moderator asked if the show would bring Jerome back to life, McKenzie responded, "Not only can we but we might. I can't say definitively but yes. I'll put it this way: almost nobody that you've seen go away is dead. They are all able to come back."

Airs Mondays on Fox


The CW has aired a new promo for the next episode of "iZombie," which arrives on February 2. The episode, titled "Fifty Shades of Grey Matter," sees Liv react strongly after eating the brain of an erotic fiction writer.

Airs Tuesdays on the CW


"Legends of Tomorrow" has released a character profile video of Captain Cold.

Variety has reported that Jonah Hex will guest star in an upcoming episode of the series.

"Ever since we decided that 'Legends' would involve time travel, we were eager to do a story set in the Old West," executive producer Marc Guggenheim told Variety. "But if you're going to do a story set in the DC Universe version of the Old West, you simply must include Jonah Hex in it. We're thrilled about bringing another well known, beloved DC character to television."

As Jonah Hex's debut is not scheduled until the 11th episode of "Legends of Tomorrow's" debut season, no casting for the character has been announced.

The CW has also released a promo for their upcoming specials that go behind-the-scenes of "Legends of Tomorrow," "Batman v Superman" and "Suicide Squad."

Premieres January 21, 2016 on the CW


During the Television Critics Association winter press tour, CBS president Glenn Geller hinted at new potential for a crossover between CBS' "Supergirl" and The CW's "The Flash" (via TheWrap).

"I have to be really careful what I say here," Geller said. "Watch and wait and see what happens."

When asked the same question last weekend, executive producer Greg Berlanti revealed, "It would have to be figured out very soon... I would love it, a lot of things would have to go right and people would have to say 'Yes.' It would all have to be figured out in the next month or so. As it remains right now we've talked internally about how cool it would be, but we haven't had official conversations. [The CW chief Mark Pedowitz] is supportive."

While at the TCAs, executive producer Andrew Kreisberg also revealed that we will learn more about how Martian Manhunter came to be Hank Henshaw.

"We're actually going see... how J'onn became... Hank in an upcoming episode," Kreisberg revealed at the Television Critics Association winter press tour. "I think part of Hank Henshaw that we see on our show, that J'onn is inhabiting, is an affect. He is impersonating somebody. But I do think that there is an aspect of the character Hank Henshaw [that] is supposed to be protecting the world from destruction. And I think J'onn, underneath that, takes that very seriously, just like Kara, who lost everything. He lost his family; his wife; his children. He is truly the last survivor. He doesn't even have a cousin out there or an aunt."

Airs Mondays on CBS

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