GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL. 2
Chris Pratt has shared a brief behind-the-scenes video on Instagram of himself piloting a ship.
CBM also has a report from someone close to the production that may reveal the identities of three supporting characters. According to the report, Elizabeth Debicki is playing a character called Ayesha, who has ties to the Marvel character Adam Warlock. Tommy Flanagan is possibly playing Tullk Ul-Zyn, who in the comics is a minor henchman for Ronan the Accuser. Lastly, Chris Sullivan may be playing Taserface, an enemy of the '90s Guardians team.
Opens May 5, 2017
AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.
A new clip from the next "S.H.I.E.L.D." episode focusing on Hive has been released.
Stars Ming-Na Wen, Elizabeth Henstridge and Chloe Bennet -- who play Agents May, Simmons and Daisy, respectively -- visited the world famous CBR Tiki Room at WonderCon in Los Angeles to talk about S.H.I.E.L.D.
Airs Tuesdays on ABC
The CW has released pics from the upcoming "Arrow" episode "11:59."
BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE
While speaking with Collider, producer Deborah Snyder detailed one cut scene that she enjoyed.
"There's a really fun scene when Clark is investigating Batman and he goes over to Gotham that I think you got a lot of information," said Snyder. "And also it's some connective tissue about events that are happening and he starts to think that, wait a minute, something else might be going on here. I think that's pretty cool, without spoiling exactly what it is."
Director Zack Snyder also spoke about the inclusion of Robin's defaced costume in the Batcave. "In my mind, it was that Robin had died about 10 years earlier, during some run-in with a young Joker," Snyder explained to IGN. "So there was a fun backstory there to play with. I felt like the whole idea was that there had been loss and there had been sacrifice. In a weird way, he sacrificed everything to be Batman. He doesn't really have a life outside the cave. I thought that by including Robin -- a dead Robin -- was helping us understand that he's been on quite a little journey."
And while he hasn't seen "BvS" yet, former Superman actor Brandon Routh revealed who his favorite Man of Steel is.
In theaters now
The CW has released a synopsis for the upcoming "Versus Zoom" episode of "The Flash."
BARRY IS READY TO FACE ZOOM; HUNTER ZOLOMAN'S STORY IS REVEALED - Equipped with the tachyon device, Barry (Grant Gustin) believes he is fast enough to stop Zoom (guest star Teddy Sears) and wants to open the breaches to catch him. Harry (Tom Cavanagh) strongly advises against that plan but after Barry convinces him, Harry reveals that Cisco (Carlos Valdes) has the power to re-open the breach. Meanwhile, Hunter Zoloman's (Teddy Sears) painful story on Earth-2 is revealed. Stefan Pleszcynski directed the episode written by Joe Peracchio & David Kob (#218).
Airs Tuesdays on the CW
According to Deadline, Raelle Tucker (former showrunner of A&E's "The Returned") has joined "Jessica Jones" as an executive producer for season two. She will work alongside creator/showrunner Melissa Rosenberg. Tucker is filling in for writer Liz Friedman, who departed "Jessica Jones" to work on her ABC pilot, "Conviction."
Now streaming on Netflix
LEGENDS OF TOMORROW
The CW has aired a promo for the next episode of "Legends," which is titled "Progeny."
The CW has also released a synopsis for a future episode titled "Last Refuge."
RIP'S BACKSTORY IS REVEALED - The team is targeted by The Pilgrim (guest star Faye Kingslee), a deadly assassin who wants to erase the Legends from the timeline by killing their younger, non-superhero selves. As a protective countermeasure, Rip (Arthur Darvill) decides Sara (Caity Lotz), Snart (Wentworth Miller), Rory (Dominic Purcell), Professor Stein (Victor Garber) and Jax (Franz Drameh) need to kidnap their past selves first before The Pilgrim gets to them. Coming face-to-face with the younger versions of themselves proves to be both a physical and emotional challenge for certain members of the team who would rather forget their past. Rip tells them he has a refuge for their precious cargo - an orphanage that raises future Time Masters and where he himself grew up. Rachel Talalay directed the episode written by Chris Fedak & Matthew Maala (#112). Original airdate 4/21/2016.
"The show is not going to have a brand new cast next year. The poster is going to look fundamentally the same as it did," said Guggenheim. "Rory got disposed of in episode seven, we already lost Hawkman as you know, so we've got a few empty chairs on that bridge. With empty chairs come possibilities."
Entertainment Weekly has revealed that "Suits" star Patrick J. Adams will appear in the season finale of "DC's Legends of Tomorrow." Though the identity of his character was not revealed, EW reports he will play a "fun character the fans will love." The character will also appear in the season 2 premiere and there's a "potential" for future episodes.
And DC All Access took Firestorm actor Franz Drameh to pay a visit to a new Firestorm mural.
Airs Thursdays on the CW
Following a rumor that Maisie Williams and Anya Taylor-Joy had been cast as Wolfsbane and Magik in the "New Mutants" film, and that Alexandra Shipp and James McAvoy would appear as Storm and Professor X, Fox has called those claims totally false.
A new promo for Cinemax's upcoming "Outcast" series has been released.
In a chat with Entertainment Weekly, Leto talked about the weight he felt taking on a role as iconic as the Joker. "The work that's been done on this character by so many people before me has been so impactful, so incredible, so much fun, so profound, so risky, that it's a very special thing to be asked to take on that responsibility," said Leto. "You just knew you had to do something different. You had to make it your own," said Leto. "That happens all the time. Whether you're a composer working on a piece of music that was written a century ago, or you're an actor on stage, reinterpreting a play, it's very common these days. Directors take on great works of cinema, actors reinterpret roles, that's been going on for a great deal of time. From Scarface to Hamlet. In some ways it's really interesting to reinterpret, redefine.
Devin Faraci at BirthMoviesDeath has reportedly heard from a number of unnamed sources close to the film that have confirmed that "Suicide Squad" is undergoing reshoots right now that are specifically designed to add more humor to the film and lighten its tone.
The update comes after BMD's previous talk with another unnamed source who said that despite having a trailer packed with jokes and edited to Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody," the film itself wasn't actually that funny. "Every joke in the movie is in that trailer," said the unnamed source.
Opens on August 5, 2016
TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES: OUT OF THE SHADOWS
CBM has shared a new "TMNT" poster that shows off Rocksteady and Bebop.
THE WALKING DEAD
"I saw a little rough cut of it," said Reedus. "And it's the most hardcore episode we've ever shot. I couldn't speak after I watched it. And, of course, I knew what was happening, and what was going to happen, and who was involved, but I got to tell you, I couldn't speak for like an hour. And then I just was bombarded with phone calls on my drive home. But that was a rough, rough, rough cut. I will say that it might be the best episode we've ever shot of the show."
Airs Sundays on AMC