COMIC REEL: "Batman V Superman's" Wayne Murder Scene Revealed; Agent Carter Talks Aliens on "SHIELD"


Numerous sources contacted Batman-news yesterday to let them know that parts of "Batman V Superman" are being shot in IMAX. This would mirror what Christopher Nolan previously did for his "Dark Knight" films, when parts of the film -- usually large-scale action scenes -- switched to a bigger aspect ratio when viewed in an IMAX theater. /Film tried to get to the bottom of this, but IMAX and Warner Bros. did not comment. They did note that other cameras have been spotted on set and that they are not IMAX cameras. That seems to nix the notion that the whole film will be done IMAX style.

But the scene in question that's reported to be in the IMAX aspect ratio? That scene is reportedly the death of Bruce Wayne's parents. If you want to see Thomas and Martha meet their fate in Instagram's aspect ratio, you can watch the two fanmade videos below.

Wayne murder. #batmanvsuperman #bvschicago

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Opens March 25, 2016


Agent Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell) also returns to "S.H.I.E.L.D." in the episode. IGN has the clip in question, which finds Carter interrogating Hydra member Daniel Whitehall about some strange visitors.

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There's really only one rule that matters on "Arrow": if you work out, you must do so shirtless. New addition -- and former Superman -- Brandon Routh airs out his abs in a few new pics from next week's installment, "Draw Back Your Bow." You can check out a few of them below; the rest can be seen over here.

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Marvel's new trailer for the "Guardians of the Galaxy" home video release includes more than complimentary blurbs from TV stars like Mindy Kaling and Andy Richter. The clip contains a few fleeting bits of footage from the "Avengers: Age of Ultron" featurette, and it worth checking out because it teases a totally awesome 180-degree panning shot featuring Thor, Scarlet Witch, Hawkeye and Black Widow in action.

Come on, this is cool.

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The Flash goes up against two new villains in next week's episode, titled "Power Outage." Blackout and Clock King make their debut on the show, and you can see both of them in action below in these new promo images from The CW.

After yesterday's reveal that Rainbow Raider -- or Ray Bivolo -- would be part of the upcoming "Arrow"/"Flash" crossover event, the CW has confirmed that actor Paul Anthony will play the rogue.

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With his "Gotham" debut fast approaching, Entertainment Weekly caught up with Nicholas D'Agosto and talked to him about his Harvey Dent.

"What's unique [to 'Gotham's' Dent] would be that this is the origin story so [the writers] have this freedom to follow their imagination for the foundation of this guy," said D'Agosto. "I looked through what were the through-lines for Harvey Dent in his history and I thought it was really important to latch onto his early parental abuse by his father. What's nice about this origin story is that although he's going to look a little different than other pre-Two Face Harvey Dents, there's foreshadowing of his darker nature -- there's going to be a little bit of that you're seeing early."

When asked if Two-Face will emerge this season, D'Agosto expressed a desire to stick with Dent for a while. "I think it would be at least a couple of seasons. They've taken certain license with certain elements of the story, like they've played up a large age difference between Harvey Dent and Bruce Wayne. So who knows where they'll go with it? I hope I get to be Two-Face somewhere in the middle of the run, so I can really explore these two halves."

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