COMIC REEL: Batwing Concept Art Surfaces; Affleck Appears On "Suicide Squad" Set


What appears to be promotional art for "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" has surfaced online, featuring the title characters in both full-body shots and stylized show-off posters. If official, the images will most likely appear on a variety of products, from backpacks and posters to lunch boxes and folders.

The art began appearing late Thursday on a number of websites, including SneekPeek.ca, dclivefeed and Imgur.


Entertainment Weekly has unveiled the latest piece of art in their "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." line of episodic-specific posters, this one by Marguerite Sauvage.


Hot Toys has posted a tease of their upcoming Ant-Man figure to their Facebook page.

"Scott, I need you to be the Ant-Man." A new superhero is joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe soon! With the amazing...

Posted by Hot Toys on Thursday, April 30, 2015

Opens July 17


Entertainment Weekly has revealed a quartet of photos from next week's "Arrow" that depict the wedding of Oliver Queen and Nyssa al Ghul.


An "unfinished trailer" for "Avengers: Age of Ultron" made its debut on "Late Night with Seth Meyers."

Of course there are still real TV spots still popping up for the film.

USA Today has an article focusing on the trio -- Hulk, Iron Man and Black Widow -- at the heart of the movie.

"Robert was key in bringing me into the franchise," said Mark Ruffalo. "Certainly when I talked him (before the first Avengers), I was like, 'I don't know, Robert,' and he said, 'We got this.' Which is very much the relationship that Banner and Stark have in a strange way."

"At this point in their lives, [Black Widow and Hulk] finally get this sense of family in and amongst the Avengers, as dysfunctional as it may be, that they both are looking for," said Scarlett Johansson. "They're looking at one another going, 'OK, we put in the hours. Now let's do something for ourselves because we're people and we have wants and needs.' Yet they're both tethered to this greater calling that's even greater than whatever their potential love could be."

And lastly, a motion poster featuring Ultron has been dropped via the film's Twitter account.

"Everyone creates the thing they dread." #Avengers #AgeOfUltron pic.twitter.com/sfvWSChDih

- The Avengers (@Avengers) April 30, 2015

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In an interview with USA Today, Scarlett Johansson discussed the role Black Widow will take in next year's "Cap" sequel.

"At the end of this 'Avengers,' you see her step into place as kind of a mentor figure, [which is] where you'll see her in 'Cap 3,'" said Johansson. "She has a greater sense of what's wrong and right, not just for the organization she's working for but for humankind. The responsibility falls more greatly on her shoulders this next go-round."

Opens May 6, 2016


Fox has released a set of posters showcasing both the Fantastic Four and the team's individual members.


With it's summer premiere date fast approaching, AMC's "Walking Dead" spinoff "Fear the Walking Dead" has started to round out its cast. As revealed by Entertainment Weekly, actress Elizabeth Rodriguez has joined the show in an unrevealed role. The site speculates that, since the series' pilot episode has already been shot, it's likely that Rodriguez's mystery character will appear on the series at some point after its initial episode. Fans of Netflix's runaway dramedy hit "Orange is the New Black" will be familiar with Rodriguez; the actress portrays Aleida Diaz on the series, mother of Daya.


Fox has released two promo videos for "Gotham's" impending season one finale. The first one features quick red carpet interviews with the show's stars, and the second is a traditional promo spot.

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Following rumors of Joker's inclusion in "Batman v Superman" -- or Batman's possible inclusion in "Suicide Squad" -- eTalk has photos of a heavily covered Ben Affleck on "Squad's" Toronto set.


MTV has an interview with Michael Fassbender wherein the actor discusses his future with the role of Magneto.

"I'm not sure," Fassbender told MTV News. "I presume [Lawrence and Hoult] are talking about contractually. All of us signed on for a three-film deal, so we'll just wait and see what happens after this."

When asked if he would be up for continuing on as the Master of Magnetism, Fassbender said he was "always interested in moving forward."

Opens May 27, 2016

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