CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR
Co-director Joe Russo has posted a video to Facebook that gives fans an inside look at the sound mixing process of "Civil War," as well as a sneak preview at a scene from the film that takes place in a meeting room and features the Avengers gathered around a table.
Posted by The Russo Brothers on Tuesday, March 15, 2016
Opens May 6, 2016
AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.
TVLine spoke with Chloe Bennet and "S.H.I.E.L.D." producers Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen about Daisy's growth and her possible future. Whedon said that Daisy leading the Secret Warriors team "is more about trying to reflect Daisy's pursuit of this idea, her desire to bring people like her together." Daisy's team building is not without difficulty though, as "that does create complications, as you see [in the winter premiere] -- Hunter saying, 'Bloody powers.... How can we compete?' And everybody who's human in the field [last week] gets kidnapped because they can't compete. So it's definitely creating a dynamic within the team." With Hunter, Bobbi, and Mack unable to fight the Inhumans they run into in the field, it puts Daisy, Lincoln, YoYo, Joey in a position to be the better agents, which can make the rest of the team feel useless.
Airs Tuesdays on ABC
BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE
Jesse Eisenberg appeared on "Good Morning America" yesterday and brought with him a new clip from "BvS." The clip sees Lex Luthor giving Superman a villainous pep talk.
"Batman v Superman" cast members Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Jesse Eisenberg, Laurence Fishburne, Gal Gadot, Holly Hunter and Diane Lane, as well as director Zack Snyder, will appear on TBS' "Conan" on March 31.
There's also an updated version of the "BvS" supercut that adds all the new footage that's been released in the past few weeks.
The DC Extended Universe Twitter account has posted a few photos of Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman.
- DC Extended Universe (@DC_Extended) March 15, 2016
Doritos has released a new featurette for "BvS"...
...and "DC All Access" has a close-up look at Batman's gadgets.
Opens March 25, 2016
While speaking with Variety, Charlie Cox revealed what he thinks "Daredevil" fans should know going into season two.
"Of course there's many things I want to tell them, and double the amount of things I'm not allowed to tell them! One thing I'm excited that we got to explore this year is Matt Murdoch's vulnerability," said Cox. "The first season, Matt was so preoccupied with Wilson Fisk and everything that was wrong with the world that he really became quite a party pooper, in many ways. He couldn't even for a moment enjoy himself. This season, it's not quite that simple. We get to see him open up to Karen Page, and another character enters into our world, too, this iconic character Elektra. And she brings another element of sexiness and danger and intrigue to his life. To see Matt handle these big bads and fight these very dangerous, angry people, and then struggle almost as equally with the emotions that he's feeling for these two women - all that was a great challenge, and very enjoyable."
Elodie Yung spoke with CBR about the adaptation of Elektra from the comics to television, specifically her look.
"They had to translate it in a more practical way, but still keep this badass killer," said Yung. "Because she is also this -- she's been trained to kill. So we needed this. I think when you look at the costume that [Miller] designed and [the costume] they created for this show, I think you have the same vibe. This strong female character who -- she goes for the throat, she goes for the killing. I think you have that, or at least I do when I wear the costume. I feel like 'Okay, I'm in Elektra killing mode. Don't fuck with me.' So we get that essence, that feeling."
There's also a new featurette focusing on the Punisher.
Returns to Netflix on March 18
Kevin Smith has shared a few photos from his stint behind the camera as the director of a "Flash" episode.
Silent Bob speaks no evil when #Zoom is on the loose! Halfway done with Day 1 on @cwtheflash and I'm in HEAVEN! Masks! Costumes! Heroes! Villains! There is no Crisis on my infinite Earth today! #thecw #theflash #KevinSmith #Vancouver #dccomics #CentralCity
Thinking of changing out the backwards baseball cap for this stylish piece of head gear. Forget @jayandsilentbob - this is #SilentBob AS Jay (Garrick). Having a blast on @cwtheflash! #KevinSmith #theflash #thecw #earth2 #dccomics
Greetings from Central City PD and the set of @cwtheflash! The giant bas-relief wall was created by #TylerHarron and features familiar "gods" - like #Superman as Zeus (Jupiter), #Batman as Hades (Pluto), #WonderWoman as Hera (Juno), the Flash as Hermes (Mercury), #GreenArrow as Apollo, #Aquaman as Poseidon (Neptune), and the #GreenLantern as Hephaestus (Vulcan). As cool as it is to see on the show, it's overwhelmingly awesome to appreciate the detail and craftsmanship (and craftwomanship) in person. #theflash #theflashseason2 #theflashcw #dccomics #KevinSmith #runbarryrun #jla
Airs Tuesdays on the CW
"Preacher" executive producers Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg and Sam Catlin appear in a new featurette for the series that offers a behind the scenes look at the show's production.
Premieres Sunday, May 22 on AMC
Cole Sprouse has revealed that he's dyed his hair black in preparation for his role as Jughead in the upcoming CW "Archie" series.
Some people liken it to time stopping, but it's really just your eyes becoming louder than all your other senses. A sharp and directional focus, as if glasses were put on a face that never knew it was blind. All that white noise had finally ceased, and my mind was able to distill its attention into a single thing for the very first time. You became that first step outside a noisy bar. All this in a look. Just a break from the noise. Just a break. Look at yourself now that the noise is back. You've grown a lot haven't you kid, but you still hold onto those glasses don't you?
Todd McFarlane has posted a video to Facebook giving an update on the "Spawn" script. McFarlane says he's trying to cut down the script to 120 pages.
LIVE update on my Spawn movie script....
Posted by Todd McFarlane on Monday, March 14, 2016
During "Supergirl's" presentation during Los Angeles' PaleyFest this past Sunday, the cast and crew discussed what's to come in season two of the show. Executive producer Ali Adler gave a hint about what's to come, saying that there really is no idea to out-there for "Supergirl" to tackle.
"Comet the Superhorse, Streaky the Supercat -- we love them all," said Adler during PaleyFest. "I think that we just hope to continue with this tremendous cast and make episodes for many years to come. We'll exploit every little thing, I promise. We'll get in there and turn it on its head and try to make something. I mean, we've talked about Streaky. So yeah, definitely we'll embrace all the canon."
Airs Mondays on CBS