AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.
ABC released a, 'electric' teaser Friday for the new season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. that asks the question, "Are you Inhuman?"
After season two introduced the Marvel Comics concept to the television screen, the soon-to-debut third season looks to dig even deeper into the world of the Inhumans.
In addition, the network also released several new photos highlighting the third season's cast, as well as Agent Coulson's bionic hand:
BATMAN V. SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE
In a statement released to The Hollywood Reporter, DC Entertainment President Diane Nelson said Bill Finger will receive on-screen credit in both the film "Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice" and the Fox television program "Gotham."
"Bill Finger was instrumental in developing many of the key creative elements that enrich the Batman universe, and we look forward to building on our acknowledgement of his significant role in DC Comics' history," Nelson said in the statement.
Finger was a vastly influential creative force in shaping many aspects of the Batman franchise -- including the creation of Batman himself -- but up until this point, only Bob Kane has received official credit as the creator of Batman.
Opens March 25, 2016
CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR
Sebastian Stan had some words this week for "Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice" director Zack Snyder. In an interview with Collider, the Winter Soldier responded to Snyder's comment about Marvel Studios' latest film, "Ant-Man," being the "flavor of the week."
"Yeah, I'm sitting here and I'm listening to you and I'm thinking, 'Do I want to fire some shots at DC right now, at Zack Snyder?,'" said Stan in the interview. "I read some of those comments where he said something about Batman and Superman, I can't remember where I read that, somewhere... Something about, 'It's not going to be your flavor-of-the-week 'Ant-Man.'' And I was like, 'Oh thanks, Zack. That's great. Way to do something original.' But I would say we're still making something very original in our own way. I mean, the Russos are coming in and taking something people are used to and they're shaping it up and changing it in a very different way. They're not trying to mimic a better Christopher Nolan movie or something like that."
Opens May 6, 2016
In advance of the new season of "Gotham," Robin Lord Taylor, who plays the Penguin, spoke to Comic Book Resources about the future of the character and whether he's prepared to be the king of Gotham.
"He's done his homework. If there's anything about Oswald, it's his ability to read people. The way he learned so much from Fish Mooney and studied Falcone, even Maroni -- he takes things from all of them. He's ready to use all of those tools. He has them in his mind, ready to go," Taylor said. "You can't prepare for all contingencies, though. There are certain things he is not prepared for, and he's really going to be confronted with them going into the second season."
Returns September 21 on Fox
In a brief interview released by The CW, Jesse L. Martin, who plays Detecive Joe West, discusses the chemistry he shares on screen with Carlos Valdes, who plays Cisco:
While out promoting the horror film "Crimson Peak," Tom Hiddleston dropped some somewhat vague hints to ComingSoon.net about the future of Loki.
When asked if the character would continue to be a "multi-layered/sympathetic character" or a "full-blown supervillain," Hiddleston responded coyly.
"You know, I don't know. I think I won't be able to help it if I ever play him again, and I just don't know when that's gonna happen, if that's gonna happen," Hiddleston said. "I would never lose his dimension, but it's so interesting. I've talked with Chris Hemsworth, how those characters have changed as we've changed. It's five years ago since I played him for the first time. That's a long time ago. So who knows what I'll be cooking up!"
Opens on November 3, 2017