MTV asked Thing actor Jamie Bell whether or not "Fantastic Four" will have a post-credits scene, to which he replied:
"No we don't, there's no post-credits sequence... It does leave the door wide open for a lot of different movies. I think this movie really focuses on the origins of each character individually, how they get their powers, how they learn to deal with them, how they learn to harness them, how they figure out that they're all stronger as four than they are as individuals, and kind of that's where the movie ends. There's so much more to go from, there. It leaves the door open." You can see the video interview below.
The movie also released a new poster over the weekend featuring artwork from "Fantastic Four" artist Bryan Hitch.
AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.
TV Line has an interview from SDCC with the full cast of "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." where they discuss what's coming up in season three.
Returns September 29 on ABC
We've known for a little while that Anthony Mackie's Falcon will have a part to play in "Ant-Man," and now a new TV spot has revealed a bit more about the new Avenger's role in Marvel's upcoming heist film.
Opens July 17
- Marc Guggenheim (@mguggenheim) July 13, 2015
Appropriately, this development comes after Stephen Amell debuted the new Arrow costume -- calling himself "Green Arrow" -- at SDCC this past weekend. You can see video of the reveal as well as a photo of it below.
BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE
Photographer Clay Enos -- who has worked with Zack Snyder on prevoius films like "Watchmen" and "Man of Steel" -- captured the desert version of Ben Affleck's Batman suit.
If you missed it at SDCC, you can now watch the entire "Batman v Superman" portion of the Warner Bros. presentation online.
Opens March 25, 2016
After its gleefully foul-mouthed and violent trailer screened for those at Fox's Hall H presentation at Comic-Con International on Saturday, fans have been eager to see the trailer arrive online. In response, leading man Ryan Reynolds took to Twitter to explain why the footage from the 20th Century Fox film has yet to make its way online.
- Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) July 12, 2015
Opens February 12, 2016
"As people saw near the end of season one, there are biological changes happening inside Cisco, particularly with the dreams," said Valdes about Cisco's development. "Fans can definitely expect more of the changes to take effect pretty early on into season two."
"I really hope so," said Panabaker about the possible in-continuity debut of Killer Frost. "Since I've signed onto the show, I've obviously known that Caitlin could someday become Killer Frost. I'm wildly excited to play her. I would like for it to happen in season two, but I don't know if it will. So stay tuned."
Returns October 6 on the CW
A bit of controversy has erupted regarding the leaked footage from SDCC's big movie presentations, with industry insiders telling Deadline that the development could lead to movie studios pulling future trailer/sizzle reel debuts from the show. The site reached out to Sue Kroll, the President of Worldwide Marketing and International Distribution for Warner Bros. who played a part in creating the studio's sizzle reels screened at the show.
"We have no plans currently to release the Suicide Squad footage that leaked from Hall H on Saturday. It's unfortunate and ultimately damaging that one individual broke a long-standing trust we have enjoyed with our fans at the convention by posting early material, which, at this point, was not intended for a wider audience. We are still in production on Suicide Squad, and will have a big campaign launch in the future. Our presentation yesterday was designed to be experienced in that room, on those big screens!"
Opens on August 5, 2016
CBS has posted official cast photos for series stars Melissa Benoist (Supergirl), Mehcad Brooks (Jimmy Olsen), Calista Flockhart (Cat Grant), Jeremy Jordan (Winn Schott) and Chyler Leigh (Alex Danvers).
Superhero Hype has spotted the official logo for "X-Men: Apocalypse," which you can see below.
And the footage screened during Fox's Hall H presentation has also appeared online. The first "Apocalypse" teaser opens with visions seen by Jean Grey (Sophie Turner) in a dream. "I saw the end of the world," says Jean after waking up. "I could feel all this death."
The teaser then shows Moira MacTaggert, the returning Rose Byrne, briefing Xavier (James McAvoy) on the historical rumblings of Apocalypse's existence. Apocalypse monologues throughout, promising that "everything they've built will fall and from the ashes of their world we'll build a better one." Storm (Alexandra Shipp) has a mohawk. Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence) says mutants are being hunted. The Horsemen stand by Apocalypse's side, looking to include Storm, Magneto (Michael Fassbender), Psylocke (Olivia Munn) and Archangel (Ben Hardy). The last shot of the teaser? McAvoy's Xavier in his wheelchair, fully bald, looking ready to fight.
Opens May 27, 2016