CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR
After yesterday's reveal of Captain America, Falcon, and Crossbones from the set of "Captain America: Civil War," even more images have come online. In addition to more looks at the three previously seen characters (including Cap in action!), Scarlett Johansson appears as Black Widow. Check out the images courtesy of Just Jared.
The CW has released promo images and the synopsis for episode 10 of "iZombie," entitled "Mr. Berserk." The episode guest stars Steven Weber, best known for Wings and Falling Skies, possibly in a recurring villainous role. Check all the assets below via Comicbook.com.
"Mr. Berserk" - (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) (Content Rating TBD) (HDTV)
STEVEN WEBER ("MURDER IN THE FIRST" "CHASING LIFE") GUEST STARS - Liv (Rose McIver) and Clive (Malcolm Goodwin) investigate the murder of a journalist working on a story linking psychotic episodes in a small number of consumers to the energy drink Max Rager. Liv goes straight to the top at Max Rager HQ and questions the man in charge, Vaughn Du Clark (guest star Steven Weber). Meanwhile, Ravi (Rahul Kohli) tries to help Major (Robert Buckley) who continues to believe he's going crazy. David Anders also stars. Jason Bloom directed the episode written by Deirdre Mangan & Graham Norris (#110). Original airdate 5/19/2015.
Legends of Tomorrow
Melissa Benoist talked with Variety about taking on the title role in CBS' upcoming "Supergirl" series. She heaped praise on executive producer Greg Berlanti, saying he was an early supporter of her for the part. She also touched upon what drew her to the character.
"Not only because she's a strong female and a female hero which I think is so important and will speak to so many people at this time right now in the world," Benoist said. "I also was so drawn to her humanity, even though she is an extraterrestrial with powers. I was drawn to how flawed and complicated she is. She's more complicated than you see in superheroes nowadays. Greg breathed that life into her from the get-go. He even said to me in one of the auditions, "She's like the Annie Hall of superheroes" - and that sealed the deal for me. I was like, yes!"
Asked what being compared to the Woody Allen film meant for the character, Benoist said, "Just that she is quirky and eccentric and intelligent and on this journey of self-discovery. She's figuring out how to be a woman and the difficulties of that."
She went on to say that she does as many stunts as she's allowed, including the fight scenes. "Supergirl's fight moves are boxing. She's really heavy-handed." As for who will be at the receiving ends of those punches, Benoist said she knew but played coy. "I have a few ideas. I know generally who the big bad villain is."
Set to air Mondays on CBS