COMIC REEL: Hamill Weighs In On "Star Wars" Cast; "Arrow" Heads to its Endgame


Mark Hamill reported via Twitter from the UK table read of "Star Wars: Episode VII," saying he was "knocked out" by the new cast members.

UK table read- I was knocked out by the diverse & extraordinarily talented new cast members. WOW they're good! The saga is in superb hands.

- Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) May 1, 2014

Opens December 18, 2015


It looks like Andy Serkis isn't only lending his talents to "Star Wars" -- he's also helping out in "The Avengers: Age of Ultron," working on the Hulk.

@Captaian_jack Well, I have been working with the great @andyserkis on the big green boy and he is going to be even better then A1.

- Mark Ruffalo (@MarkRuffalo) April 25, 2014

Opens May 1, 2015


One day away! ComingSoon.net has posted a video interview with Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone discussing the upcoming sequel and what it means for their characters.

Movies.com spoke with director Marc Webb about the film and the cut scenes with Shailene Woodley as Mary Jane Watson.

"There was one little scene at the beginning where she is next door and it took place right around the montage where he comes back and there was another little moment between Gwen and MJ. But it just tipped over," Webb told Movies.com. "The relationship between them [Peter and Gwen] is so sacred and so powerful, that it just didn't feel right. And it sucks because Shailene is such a f**king great actress and so cool and magical but it was just about having this obligation to this romance that I thought was sacred. It was just one of those things."

Opens Friday


Check out this new promo for the upcoming "Arrow" episode, "Streets of Fire" -- Laurel picks up a bow!

Airs Wednesdays on the CW


A new "X-Men: Days of Future Past" clip has surfaced featuring Mystique and Bolivar Trask, giving a little insight into the film's Sentinel technology.

Opens May 23


A second "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" has surfaced, complete with new footage and looks at the fab four.

Opens August 8


Rumor has it that Tim Blake Nelson is in final negotiations to join the "Fantastic Four" reboot as Harvey Elder, better known as the Mole Man. Reportedly, Elder will not be a full supervillain in the film, rather an "eccentric and socially awkward scientist." It makes sense considering Toby Kebbell has already been cast as Doctor Doom. Nelson also portrayed Samuel Sterns in 2008's "The Incredible Hulk."

Opens June 19, 2015

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