COMIC REEL: "Civil War" Chase Scene Detailed; "Supergirl's" Harewood Reveals Pre-VFX Martian Manhunter


The LA Times has a description of a new "Civil War" scene. The footage was screened at the company's annual shareholder meeting.

The clip started off with a car chase featuring a motorcycle and a black Audi SUV. The chase involved Captain America (Chris Evans), Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman), Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) and Falcon (Anthony Mackie). They pursued each other through a tunnel, which became engulfed in explosions generated by the skirmish.

Eventually, the characters emerged from the tunnel, only to be met by War Machine (Don Cheadle). It appeared as though he was on the scene to detain Captain America.

"Stand down now," War Machine angrily told the captain. "Congratulations, Cap, you're a criminal."

Black Panther then intervened, baring his metal claws and ripping off his mask to reveal his identity.

Opens May 6, 2016


ABC has released pics from an upcoming "S.H.I.E.L.D." episode titled "Inside Man," which appears to feature Agent May and Hunter going undercover and also the return of Crusher Creel.


The CW has released a synopsis for the "Broken Hearts" episode of "Arrow."

"Broken Hearts" -- (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) (Content Rating TBD) (HDTV)CUPID RETURNS TO WREAK HAVOC ON STAR CITY -- A heartbroken Cupid (guest star Amy Gumenick) returns to Star City with one goal - to destroy anyone in love. The team learns she's killing couples on their wedding day so Oliver (Stephen Amell) and Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) decide to pose as bait. John Showalter directed the episode written by Rebecca Bellotto & Nolan Dunbar (#416). Original airdate 3/23/16.

Airs Wednesdays on the CW


Entertainment Weekly writer Anthony Breznican shared his thoughts and takeaways from his screening of "Batman v Superman."

I gotta go write, but last things I'll say about seeing #BatmanvSuperman. (Personally, I was happy.) pic.twitter.com/tAkmYVDJti

- Anthony Breznican (@Breznican) March 3, 2016

While chatting with EW, Gal Gadot spoke about why she's so proud to bring Wonder Woman to life on film.

"Most of the movies, the men are in charge, the men are the most powerful ones. You've had Superman and Batman and everyone, but Wonder Woman was never there," said Gadot. "I'm so happy when [my daughter] grows up she's going to see a female figure she can be inspired by."

A new image of Batman and Superman in conflict has also been released.

TFW you're playing Twister on your friend's throat. #BatmanvSuperman in theaters 3/25.

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Even more pics were released via EW.


"Fear" showrunner Dave Erickson spoke with Variety about what lies ahead for the show as it hits open water, saying that the show won't be "'The Love Boat' with zombies."

"We're not gonna be stopping at different ports of call," he told Variety. "We will have a mixture of land and sea, but it will be a while before we land on a specific destination, and that'll be part of the tension at the beginning part of the season. And the other thing is, The Abigail with a full tank of gas - which it has - can go a considerable distance. So the reality is, we could go back to Vancouver if we wanted to - or we could go to Hawaii or South America; it really opens things up in an interesting way."

The article came paired with new key art for the season.


The CW has released the synopsis for "Trajectory," "The Flash's" next new episode.

THERE IS A NEW SPEEDSTER IN CENTRAL CITY; WILL THE FLASH BE ABLE TO KEEP UP? - Deciding to blow off some steam, Barry (Grant Gustin) and the team head out for a night on the town only to encounter an unexpected speedster who is up to no good. Iris (Candice Patton) is challenged by an assignment from her new boss (guest star Tone Bell), and is surprised when friction turns to flirtation. Glen Winter directed the episode written by Lauren Certo and Lilah Vandenburgh (#216).

Airs Tuesdays on the CW


New stills from "Gotham's "This Ball of Mud and Meanness" have been released by Fox, some showing off Lori Petty's Joker-esque nightclub owner.


The CW has released a synopsis for the "iZombie" episode "He Blinded Me...With Science!."

BLAIN DROPS IN ON RAVI AT THE MORGUE - While investigating the murder of a research scientist who was recently demoted at her job, Liv (Rose McIver) and Detective Babineaux (Malcolm Goodwin) are shocked to learn where she had been employed. Meanwhile, Blaine (David Anders) pays Ravi (Rahul Kohli) a visit at the morgue, and Liv discovers something new about Drake (guest star Greg Finley). Lastly, Vaughn du Clark (guest star Steven Weber) confronts Major (Robert Buckley).

Dan Etheridge directed the episode written by John Enborn.

Airs Tuesdays on the CW


While we're getting glimpses of Justice League members Cyborg, the Flash and Aquaman in "Batman v Superman," we're not going to get a good look at Green Lantern for some time, according to President of Creative Development Greg Silverman. Silverman revealed to EW that the character(s) won't appear until "Justice League: Part Two" -- maybe.

"Every beat of the movie is not yet worked out. So there's the possibility that he may or may not be in 'Justice League 2,'" said Silverman. "For now, we felt that we were introducing enough characters that the best possible place we could put Green Lantern is some introduction in 'Justice League 2,' or barring that, a movie after... [Green Lantern] is an incredible character. He's actually multiple incredible characters. There's real opportunity there."

Opens November 17, 2017


You can read a recap of last night's episode, "Marooned," over here. The CW has also aired a promo for the next new episode, which finds the team in 1959.

Airs Thursdays on the CW


The Tracking Board has announced that ComixTribe's graphic novel "Oxymoron" from Tyler James and Alex Cormack is being shopped around by Sidney Sherman of Rosa Entertainment for an adaptation. Described as a "cerebral thriller," the graphic novel follows a detective as he hunts down a Joker=esque serial killer.


Announced via Deadline, "Teen Wolf" vet Marisol Nichols will portray Hermione Lodge, Veronica's mother. The character is described as an "upscale" woman, recently returned to the small town where she's "eager to start afresh with her daughter following the scandalous incarceration of her husband."


Actor David Harewood has posted a picture of what Martian Manhunter looks like before the visual effects does their work.

The Martian. @supergirlcbs #Supgirl #Supergirl #Manhunter

A photo posted by David Harewood (@davidharewood) on

Airs Mondays on CBS

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