COMIC REEL: Delevingne Gives, Gets "Suicide Squad" Ink; "Gotham" Season 2 Puts "Pedal To The Metal"


"Suicide Squad" tattoo-mania has not died down on the cast. While the film has wrapped production, actress Cara Delevingne pulled a #latergram and posted some pics of herself on the set both getting and giving a "SKWAD" tattoo.

😈 @suicidesquadmovie

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And here's Margot Robbie giving Delevingne her ink.

It's on @suicidesquadmovie #harleystattooparlour

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Opens on August 5, 2016


While being interviewed during a "Man from U.N.C.L.E." press junket, Henry Cavill shared his thoughts on the state of the superhero genre and whether or not "superhero fatigue" is going to set in with audiences.

"I think it's anything which is prevalent and on top people are going to complain about," said Cavill, as transcribed by ComicBookMovie. "At the moment, the superhero genre is the most prevalent genre out there despite the fact that the spy genre is so strong this year. That's just the nature of it. It's one of those decade long genres, the superhero thing, which is going to keep on going and people will complain about it all the time, of course. The secondary genre each year will change, and this year it just so happened to be spy."

Opens March 25, 2016


A new video posted by Comic Book Movie claims to reveal the lineups that will go head-to-head in "Captain America: Civil War." The film will pit Marvel's heroes against each other, and the concept art shows off the two distinct teams: Captain America's and Iron Man's. While the art has not been confirmed as official by Marvel, here's a spoiler alert for those that don't want to know where the heroes will align.

The concept art shows both the lineups of the two teams as well as an image of them charging into battle against each other.


ComicBookMovie has spotted a potentially spoilery picture sneakily posted to Twitter that captures "Daredevil" leads Charlie Cox and Deborah Ann Woll on set.


During USA Today's interview with Ed Skrein, the "Deadpool" villain revealed that there's definitely enough goofed up footage to make up a solid blooper reel for the film.

"The only sad thing about the scene [in the trailer where Wade Wilson calls Ajax 'Posh Spice'] was that Ryan did about seven different versions of that, and being called 'Posh Spice' is the only one I've seen so far," said Skrein. "I hope that some of the other ones come out. Maybe [the filmmakers] will release a blooper reel with all the other alternatives. Ryan is such a funny guy and had so many comedic moments. That was just one of them."

Opens February 12, 2016


Variety has learned that "Hannibal" star Mads Mikkelsen is in very early talks to join the cast of "Strange" in a villainous role. An official offer has yet to be made but it is expected shortly.

Opens November 4, 2016


Alleged photos of "Flash's" Doctor Light have surfaced on Twitter. The photos in question reveal an actress wearing the character's black-and-white costume. No details are yet known about the actress playing the role. CBR has reached out to Warner Bros. for comment.

#TheFlash shot a scene last night with a new costumed woman. Any clue who it is?Sorry, peeps best shots I got. pic.twitter.com/oFGXIRbARe

- Canadagraphs (@canadagraphs) August 27, 2015

Returns October 6 on the CW


Ahead of "Gotham's" season two premiere, a number of new character portraits have been released online (via SpoilerTV) as well as a new TV spot.


While speaking with Entertainment Weekly, "The Walking Dead's" Lauren Cohan spoke about the challenges that face the survivors in season six.

"I don't know if anybody has said this yet but we always joke that the writers write these amazing action sequences from air-conditioned offices," Cohan shared. "And I think this season is no exception and definitely rises above. We have the most suffocating beginning to the season that I've experienced yet."

"I think what's been really interesting is that you see us all kind of make strides in the direction of civility or civilization and a more regimented society," she continued. "And it's about being really challenged. So we'll see a ton of challenges and we'll see people the audience has been introduced to as very stable reliable characters crumbling, and I think it's going to be pretty scary. Welcome to 'The Walking Dead.'"

Return October 11 on AMC

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