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COMIC REEL: Evans Talks Superhero Fatigue; Munn on Turning Down “Deadpool”

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COMIC REEL: Evans Talks Superhero Fatigue; Munn on Turning Down “Deadpool”


Despite some Hollywood big-wigs’ belief that superhero movies are creating a fatigue among audiences, “Captain America: Civil War” star Chris Evans isn’t so concerned. Rather, the Captain America actor attributes the longevity of the genre to the quality of the films — referring to his “Civil War” as a prime example.

Evans told the Associated Press (via Yahoo! Movies), “Luckily, [“Captain America: Civil War”] is good. If you were all rallying around and working toward and sweating for a bad product, I think that’s how you begin the initiation of disillusionment and apathy… As long as Marvel is making good movies, I’ll still have the excitement and enthusiasm and commitment to work for them.”

Additionally, Evans, Kevin Feige, Joe Russo, Anthony Russo, and Nate Moore weighed in on Steve Rogers’ cinematic journey up until “Civil War” in a new featurette — also remarking on the character’s relationship to Bucky, and how he impacts Rogers’ decision-making:

Opens May 6, 2016


“X-Men: Apocalypse” star Olivia Munn has opened up about turning down the role of Wade Wilson’s girlfriend, Vanessa — ultimately played by Morena Baccarin — in “Deadpool,” revealing that she didn’t want to just play the girlfriend of a main character again.

According to American Way Magazine, “Munn says she didn’t want to be the girlfriend. Not again. She wanted to fight. To make noise. To kick butt.”

Munn recounted meeting with the “Apocalypse” team after turning down “Deadpool”: “I said, ‘Is there a fight scene?'”

“I thought Psylocke was always one of the most lethal characters, and I said, ‘Yes, as long as you’re not using her to be the eye candy. She has really powerful abilities.’ And they said, ‘Yes, that’s an important part.,'” Munn recalled.


ABC has released a new preview for the first post-“Civil War” episode of “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” titled “Emancipation.”

With only two episodes left before S.H.I.E.L.D. loses one of their own, Daisy’s prophecy ticks closer towards a major loss, as the aftermath of the events of “Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War” force S.H.I.E.L.D. to register the Inhumans, on “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”

Airs Tuesdays on ABC


The CW has released a new promo for next week’s Kevin Smith-directed episode of “The Flash,” titled “The Runaway Dinosaur.”

The promo, which you can check out below, sees Team Flash struggling to find a way to bring Barry back to their reality.

The Runaway Dinosaur – With Barry (Grant Gustin) gone, the team must figure out a way to handle the return of an old enemy – Girder (guest star Greg Finley). Realizing Girder is retracing his steps from his last attack, Iris (Candice Patton) volunteers to act as bait to trap him in S.T.A.R. Labs. Meanwhile, Barry fights to return to his old life.

Additionally, it’s now been confirmed that Kevin Smith will return to direct a Season 3 episode of “The Flash” in the first half of the season. Smith will join the “Flash” gang on-set in August, one month after production resumes on the series.

Airs Tuesdays on the CW



Fox has dropped a new “X-Men: Apocalypse” TV spot, one month ahead of the film’s release. The new preview includes Apocalypse’s now-trademark catchphrase — delivered by “Star Wars: The Force Awakens'” Oscar Isaac — and a slew of the film’s mutants.

Opens May 27, 2016

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