A few new set photos, on display over at IGN, have revealed that part of "Suicide Squad" will take place in Hawkman's home, Midway City, Michigan.
"Activity" writer Nathan Edmondson revealed via his Instagram account that his Image Comics series with Mitch Gerads has the official go-ahead at Paramount with "Black Hawk Down's" Ken Nolan attached to write and Dan Lin on board as a producer.
Paramount. Dan Lin. Ken Nolan. Blockbuster! The script is amazing. Who do you want to direct? Who would you cast? More announcements very soon. #WarfareWithoutWarning Visit www.warfarewithoutwarning.com with sound on!
AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.
The Hollywood Reporter has learned that "Ant-Man" will screen at Montreal's Fantasia International Film Festival on July 14th, the event's opening night. The festival runs from July 14 to August 4.
Opens July 17
Airs Wednesdays on the CW
AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON
I think it's sad. Because I know how Joss feels about women, and I know that he's made it a point to create strong female characters. I think part of the problem is that people are frustrated that they want to see more women, doing more things, in superhero movies, and because we don't have as many women as we should yet, they're very, very sensitive to every single storyline that comes up right now. But I think what's beautiful about what Joss did with Black Widow - I don't think he makes her any weaker, he just brings this idea of love to a superhero, and I think that's beautiful.If anything, Black Widow is much stronger than Banner. She protects him. She does her job, and basically they begin to have a relationship as friends, and I think it's a misplaced anger. I think that what people might really be upset about is the fact that we need more superhuman women. The guys can do anything, they can have love affairs, they can be weak or strong and nobody raises an eyebrow. But when we do that with a woman, because there are so few storylines for women, we become hyper-critical of every single move that we make because there's not much else to compare it to.
So I know Joss really well. I know what his values are. And I think it's sad, because in a lot of ways, there haven't been as many champions in this universe as Joss is and will continue to be. And I know it hurts him. I know it's heavy on him. And the guy's one of the sweetest, best guys, and I know him - as far as any man can be a champion for women, he is that.
So it's been a little disheartening.
But I also see how much people love that aspect of it. There's an equal amount of people who find the love interest between Banner and Black Widow to be a big standout. And it's very satisfying to people. So it's a movie. People are going to have their opinions. And that's actually a great thing. The fact that this is a debate that's coming out of this movie is probably a positive thing.
I just don't think that people should get personal with Joss, because he really is - of anyone - an advocate for women. He's a deeply committed feminist.
According to the Wrap, "Avengers: Age of Ultron" is outpacing its 2012 predecessor at the worldwide box office. While the new film is lagging a little behind "Avengers" domestically (the 2012 film's eight day total was $244M compared to "Ultron's" $217.6M), it's already earned $478M abroad compared to the original's $425M.
AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR
Disney has announced that the two part "Avengers: Infinity War" epic will exclusively use the new Imax/Arri 2D digital camera, thus making it the first Hollywood feature film to be shot using an Imax camera and using its exclusive aspect ratio. Directors Joe and Anthony Russo will first use the camera to film select action sequences in "Captain America: Civil War," which begins production soon.
"We felt that the best way to exploit the scale and scope required to close out the final chapter of these three phases, was to be the first films shot entirely on the Imax/Arri Digital camera," said the Russo brothers in a statement.
(via The Hollywood Reporter)
Part 1 opens May 4, 2018; Part 2 opens May 3, 2019
CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR
With "Civil War" about to begin production, star Chris Evans and villain Frank Grillo (Crossbones) exchanged words on Twitter.
@ChrisEvans I can read the hospital report for you after wake up from that that little snooze your gonna take hero boy.
- frank grillo (@FrankGrillo) May 7, 2015
Latino Review has heard a rumor about the role Martin Freeman will play in "Civil War." The site posits that Freeman will play "some sort of interrogator and that he will return to appear in 'Black Panther.'"
Opens May 6, 2016
ComicBook.com noticed that DC Entertainment has registered a trademark for the title "Legends of Tomorrow," a title that has been rumored for the upcoming "Flash"/"Arrow" spinoff. According to CB.com, the title appeared on the US Patent and Trademark Office's website in the "Goods and Services" category. Additionally, the site said the title was to be used for "Entertainment services in the nature of live-action, comedy, drama, animated and/or reality television programs; production of live-action, comedy, drama, animated, and/or reality television programs." The CW has yet to make an official announcement regarding the show's title, but it is speculated that they will do so at their Upfronts presentation on May 14.
Airs Tuesdays on the CW
The CW has released a synopsis for the May 26 episode of "iZombie," titled "Astroburger."
"Astroburger" - (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) (Content Rating TBD) (HDTV)
WHAT'S REAL - AND WHAT'S FANTASY - When someone close to Major (Robert Buckley) dies of an apparent suicide, Liv (Rose McIver) consumes the brains resulting in a mix of reality and paranoia. Clive (Malcolm Goodwin) questions Major and learns of a secret computer file that may contain important details in the investigation - and finding the killer. David Anders and Rahul Kohli also star. Michael Fields directed the episode written by Kit Boss (#111). Original airdate 5/26/2015.
Airs Tuesdays on the CW
"Not mentioned in the Variety story announcing the second season of 'Powers' is the fact that I will not be staying with the show," Huston wrote. "These kinds of changes are common in TV, and usually based on several factors, but this one boils down to the old saw 'creative differences' ... I'm certain fans of the show can look forward to an outstanding second season," Huston continued. "For myself, I had a great time, and I wouldn't change a thing about my experience bringing 'Powers' to TV."
Available on the PlayStation Network
The Hollywood Reporter announced yesterday that CBS has given a full season order to "Supergirl." The report states that CBS Entertainment chairperson Nina Tassler loved the final cut of the pilot and ordered it to series based on that episode.
Opens June 3, 2016