AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.
Clark Gregg visited "Jimmy Kimmel Live" to discuss his current role as Phil Coulson in "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D," including his experience at Comic-Con and inappropriate fans.
Airs Tuesdays on ABC
BATMAN V SUPERMAN
Ben Affleck spoke with MTV about some of the comic book influences on "Batman V Superman" -- especially "The Dark Knight Returns."
"I will say that I think Zack was heavily influenced by that," Affleck told MTV. "I think everyone's influenced by that. It's the seminal work, right? I don't think there's any of these that haven't been made that haven't drawn from that book because it's so good."
Affleck also appeared on "The Tonight Show," and discussed how his children actually don't care that he's going to be Batman.
"If I was doing the sequel to 'Frozen,' I would be a hero," said Affleck. "My two older daughters could give a [redacted] about Batman. They love 'Frozen' -- and the indignity is so great. They've now passed that affection onto my two and a half year old son."
Opens March 25, 2016
Looking for a quick recap of last night's episode? Check out CBR's recap of "Selina Kyle," the most recent episode of "Gotham."
The promo for "The Balloonman," the next episode, has popped up online, giving a new look at Professor Pyg.
Plus, FOX has released two new promotional featurettes -- one for Bruce Wayne and Alfred Pennyworth; and one for Selina Kyle.
Finally, here's one more clip of what to expect from "Gotham" over the course of the first season with a number of familiar faces -- including the introduction of Victor Zsasz -- and some new concepts, including the Falcone/Maroni rivalry and plans to tear down Arkham Asylum.
Airs Mondays on FOX
X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST
IGN has posted a featurette that focuses on Adan Canto's Sunspot from "X-Men: Days of Future Past" in anticipation of the home video release.
Arrives on DVD/Blu-ray October 14
The cast and crew of "Young Justice" reunited at Long Beach Comic Con 2014, discussing the origins of the show and how the creative team approached building the tone of the series as a whole.
"The show was first and for most a spy show, second about teens and only third, a superhero show," said co-creator Greg Weisman.