COMIC REEL: Brolin Ready To Bring Wrath As Thanos; Marvel May Shoot Films Down Under


While speaking with MTV News during a press event, Josh Brolin -- who performed as Thanos in "Guardians of the Galaxy" -- revealed that he enjoyed participating in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but isn't sure where he'll appear next.

"I don't know which one I'm in," said Brolin. "That's a Kevin Feige question. I know the trajectory of what they're doing, but I don't know exactly which one I'm in.

"I love going into a comic book store and a guy connecting me with Thanos, and seeing the incredible regressive awe that happens. Like you see them lose 30 years in can't-breathe awe," continued Brolin. "That's fun, and I have a lot of respect for those fans. I'm excited about doing it, I really am."

It's assumed that Brolin will appear in the two-part "Infinity War" where he will fight the Avengers. Brolin spoke about which do-gooder he's most excited to fight. "I don't have a favorite because it's me against all of them," Brolin said. "I think the entirety is what I'm most looking forward to. Each and every one. I'm bringing the wrath."

Part 1 opens May 4, 2018; Part 2 opens May 3, 2019


FuseFX has released a reel showcasing their effects work on "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." season two.

Returns September 29 on ABC


While we've yet to see any footage from "Arrow" season four yet, executive producer Wendy Mericle has tweeted that the trailer will have seismic ramifications for the internet.

Pretty sure this trailer is going to break the internet #ArrowSeason4 https://t.co/V6QQ7dXF1M

- Wendy Mericle (@MericlesHappen) August 25, 2015

Returns October 7 on the CW


The "BvS" Twitter account has posted a slightly wider version of a previously seen image, featuring Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) looking at his Batsuit.

"Twenty years in Gotham, how many good guys are left?" #BatmanvSuperman pic.twitter.com/H22Cudrh2C

- Batman v Superman (@BatmanvSuperman) August 28, 2015

Opens March 25, 2016


AMC has released a sneak peek of next week's episode, which is titled "The Dog."

In a post-show interview with ComicBook.com, actor Kim Dickens revealed what it was like for Madison to kill her first zombie.

"It happened quickly for her! What I really notice is, she hasn't told anybody! The only person that knows is Tobias, her student," said Dickens. "I think it's fascinating how psychologically the characters have to reconcile. They have no knowledge about what this is or if it's curable. With each person, it's are they dead or just infected? Is it curable? But part of what is fascinating about this genre is to see survival and what would you do if it's survival or to protect your loved ones in that moment, what would you do?

"[Madison] made a quick decision," continued Dickens. "She grabbed the closest thing to her, you know? These are not skilled characters and they're not prepared for the apocalypse. It's regular people. It's teachers. You use what's at hand and that's what's really fun about playing it. You have to kill people. We did most of it ourselves. It was really fun! I hate to say that but it was fun to be an actor!"

Airs Sundays on AMC


Entertainment Weekly spoke with Andrew Kreisberg about the role Iris West will play in "Flash's" second season -- a role vacated by the turncoat Harrison Wells.

"Iris slides into [the role] very naturally," Kreisberg said. "She's a born leader. One of the best things in the premiere is Barry decides that he wants to work alone because he doesn't want to risk anyone else's lives, and Iris is really the one who gets the band back together again. She's the only one who can stand up to Barry."

Returns October 6 on the CW


Fox has released a new promo for "Gotham's" second season that features Bruce Wayne making a Batman-esque declaration.

Returns September 21 on Fox


Extra has an interview with "Supergirl" lead Melissa Benoist wherein she talks about many aspects of playing a superhero -- specifically the suit.

"It's so unassuming, you know? You feel like you're just putting on another costume," said Benoist, as transcribed by ComicBook.com. "With tights and a leotard, it felt like I was getting ready for dance class at first. But then you look in the mirror and the whole package is...it's really kind of crazy what it feels like. I feel strong and empowered and beautiful."

Premieres October 26 on CBS


Yahoo7 News has reported that Disney was quite pleased with their "Pirates of the Caribbean" filming experience in Australia -- so pleased that they are considering shooting "Thor: Ragnarok" and "Captain Marvel" Down Under.

"The big bosses were very pleased throughout the year it took to shoot out here and now they're looking at brining out one of the Marvel films," said the unnamed source, who works as a technical specialist. "They were also able to work across a lot of different locations which has saved them scouting for the Marvel movie."

Sources suggest that the unspecified Marvel movie would shoot in Queensland starting in March 2016.

"Thor: Ragnarok" opens on November 3, 2017; "Captain Marvel" opens November 2, 2018

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