AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.
Chloe Bennett spoke with CBR about returning to "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." as Skye and her character's increased role in the organization.
"After the end of [Season1] and Hydra, Skye's definitely been through a lot more," Bennett said. "She's been training with May -- not only physically, but mentally, she's in a whole 'nother place, and she's grown. She's a lot more mature. She's still got that smartass core, but she's much more mature and more grounded this season, and a lot darker. She's in pursuit of finding out who she is and what she is and who her parents are and what they've done and the truth about her family and why Coulson was carving weird stuff at the end of the season. So, we'll find out!"
Plus, Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen answered some of the CBR Community's questions, including a little more of what viewers might see from Skye.
"Skye has been through a lot, as has every member of our team," Whedon told CBR. "You'll see a more confident, hardened version of Skye this season. She's not a newbie anymore."
The first image of Adrianne Palicki as Bobbi Morse/Mockingbird has surfaced, and the character will apparently first appear as head of security for Hydra!
Lucy Lawless spoke with The Hollywood Reporter about her role in the season premiere and the possibility of her return, given the end of the episode.
"It's whatever the writers want to write. All things are possible in 'SHIELD,'" Lawless told THR. "That's what I love in this sci-fi comic world. There are no absolutes. There are no bottom lines. Every boundary is bendable."
Finally, the promo for next week's episode, "Heavy is the Head" is already up -- check it out below.
Airs Tuesdays on ABC
The second episode of "Gotham" is entitled "Selina Kyle," and for good reason -- it features Camren Bicondova as the future Catwoman in a big way. Fox has released two trailers for the episode with new footage and a bit more insight into how the character might contribute to Gotham before Batman -- plus, the Penguin limps along as a hitchhiker, and woe betide whoever pick him up.
Airs Mondays on FOX
CAPTAIN AMERICA 3
Jeremy Renner spoke with MTV about Hawkeye's possible future in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which may include an appearance in "Captain America 3."
"Pretty much what we talked about for the first one is what we were able to put in the second one," Renner told MTV. "And tenfold. It even has more weight and it's great. ... I'm happy to be in the ensemble. I'm not scratching and clawing to do a solo movie by any means. I think he's a utility guy that can bounce around in other people's universes -- especially like 'Cap 3.' There's whispers of that."
Opens May 6, 2016
Simon Kinberg discussed the possibility of recasting some of the original mutants from the first "X-Men" film as the franchise heads to "Apocalypse."
"It'd be very hard to do, because Halle, Famke, and Jimmy and others have done such wonderful jobs of bringing those characters to life," he said. "But I also would have said before 'First Class' that there would be no actors who can stand alongside Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart."
For those looking for more "Days of Future Past" goodness, IGN has posted a featurette from the film that details bringing two eras of X-Men to the same film.
Opens May 2016
BIG HERO 6
Comic Book Movie has posted a new promo clip for "Big Hero 6," which seeks to help kids prepare for emergencies. It's much more like a PSA than a promo, but it's got one or two new pieces of footage.
Opens November 7