CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR
The fan-run MCU Facebook page has posted a picture of Andy Park’s initial — an unused — concept art for the villain Baron Zemo. The design is much closer to the comics and features the character’s purple mask.
The CW has released photos from the upcoming “Arrow” episode “Into the Flood.”
Opens February 16, 2018
FEAR THE WALKING DEAD
A clip has been released from “Fear’s” upcoming “Sicut Cervus” episode.
Returns April 10 on AMC
“That’s the trick of a show that’s called ‘Jessica Jones.’ If she’s not in the scene, it’s not a guarantee that scene will end up in the final picture,” Rosenberg explained. “You have to earn secondary character stories. You have to flesh them out enough so that they can eventually carry stories of their own, which is very much what season one was about… I’m hopeful that I can at least give her a day off in the six-month period. This is a very, very hardworking woman. I think it’s important that there be some balance.”
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LEGENDS OF TOMORROW
The CW has also released an inside look at last night’s episode, “Destiny.”
Airs Thursdays on the CW
Add another comic book-based series to The CW’s lineup: Archie Comics-based drama “Riverdale” has landed on the network’s 2016-2017 schedule with a series order, as reported Thursday by multiple sources including Deadline.
Returns this fall on the CW
A new international TV spot for “X-Men: Apocalypse” has appeared and it includes just a little bit more of the Beast.
In an interview on “The Lowdown with Diana Madison,” Storm actress Alexandra Shipp revealed that she wants to see a Black Panther and Storm meet-up on film.
“I want that movie so bad,” said Shipp. “I’ve got a pitch. I’m like, coming up with a vision board — I want this movie to happen. Honestly, it doesn’t have to be me — if [Black Panther actor] Chadwick [Boseman] was like, ‘You know what — I really want to do this with Halle [Berry],’ I’d be like, ‘Yo, that’s fine. At least make the movie.'”
This meet-up is of course made difficult because Storm and Black Panther’s film rights are owned by two separate movie studios (20th Century Fox and Marvel Studios, respectively).
Director Bryan Singer revealed to HeyUGuys that the Wolverine seen in “Apocalypse” is more in-line with the Weapon X version of the character. “What’s really nice about his cameo is that he’s the Wolverine you’ve never seen before. He’s truly Weapon X. Not just the guy coming out of the tank, but the weapon.”
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