COMIC REEL: LeFauve Talks "Captain Marvel's" Pixar Ties; "X-Men's" Peters Teases Slow-Mo Quicksilver Scene


In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, "Good Dinosaur" screenwriter Meg LeFauve spoke about her upcoming co-writing gig with Nicole Perlman on "Captain Marvel."

"We're just starting. We have just started researching and spit balling," said LeFauve when asked where the "Captain Marvel" script was at. "Nicole and I have decided that we're going to have a good time." LeFauve also said that she learned a few things working with Pixar that she can apply to the superhero movie. "I think animation has the ability to have a world, and it can be a big world, but in that big world there will be a very human, personal story. I think that applies to a lot of bigger studio movies, as well."

Opens November 2, 2018


CBR's recap of last night's "Arrow" episode, "Brotherhood," can be read over here.

ComicBook.com has an interview with the episode's director, "Arrow" stunt coordinator James Bamford. "I've directed second units and I've directed action before but this is my first time directing a full episode of television," said Bamford. "So in my mind, the challenge was directing actors outside of just action and performance with intent emotional content in the scene, and stuff like that. But having been an actor myself back in the day, it was pretty natural, actually, and the performances I got out of our cast were just amazing. There was nothing I asked of them that they wouldn't do."

The CW has also released a synopsis for the midseason finale episode, "Dark Waters."

OLIVER TAKES ON HIVE - After the city is attacked again, Oliver (Stephen Amell) makes a bold move against HIVE. Malcolm (John Barrowman) checks in on Thea (Willa Holland) and leaves her with a warning. Things take a horrible turn when Damien Darhk (guest star Neal McDonough) retaliates in a brutal manner at Oliver's mayoral holiday party. John Behring directed the episode written by Wendy Mericle & Ben Sokolowski (#409).

Airs Wednesdays on the CW


Variant Comics has a close look at all of the big screen Batmobiles, including the one used in "Batman v Superman."

Opens March 25, 2016


MTV has a sketch starring Anthony Mackie and Paul Bettany as they each try to convince Josh Horowitz that their Marvel hero is cooler than the other one's.

Opens May 6, 2016


Funko has revealed their line of "Daredevil" Pop Vinyls (as shown over at CBM).


IGN unveiled a holly jolly new "Deadpool" standee. The cardboard Christmas miracle stands 68" wide X 30" deep X 102" tall and will arrive in theaters in the U.S. and Canada in time for Thanksgiving. In true Deadpool style, the standee urges passerby to "sit on this."


The CW has aired a promo for the first part of the upcoming "Flash"/"Arrow" crossover. The teaser is for the "Flash" episode titled "Legends of Today."

The network has also released a synopsis for "Running to Stand Still," the winter finale of "The Flash." The episode airs at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, December 8 on The CW. The full synopsis for the episode is below.

MARK HAMILL, WENTWORTH MILLER AND LIAM MCINTYRE RETURN; KEIYNAN LONSDALE JOINS THE CAST AS WALLY WEST - When Mark Mardon AKA The Weather Wizard (guest star Liam McIntyre) returns to break Leonard Snart AKA Captain Cold (guest star Wentworth Miller) and James Jesse AKA The Trickster (guest star Mark Hamill) out of Iron Heights, Barry (Grant Gustin) must stop these rogues from taking over Central City during Christmas.  Meanwhile, Joe (Jesse L. Martin) and Iris (Candice Patton) meet Wally West (Keiynan Lonsdale).  Kevin Tancharoen directed the episode written by Andrew Kreisberg (#209).

Airs Tuesdays on the CW


In an interview with Deadline, "Marvel's Jessica Jones" showrunner Melissa Rosenberg discussed how much the knowledge that "Defenders" would hit at some point in the future affected the show's plotting -- turns out, not very much.

"Truthfully, no one knows where it was going to end up, and we certainly didn't putting together 'Jessica Jones,'" Rosenberg said. "It's funny because it didn't play in at all, except that occasionally us writers in the room would go, 'Gosh, I wonder if the story we just came up for that there's no room for in our series, maybe The Defenders can use it.'"

Rosenberg further stated that "there is a plan" for what "Defenders" will be, but she's not a part of it, and though it all connects, "each series exists in its own world."

Netflix has also released a tense clip from "Jessica Jones" that features the titular heroine trying to protect Trish Walker from Kilgrave's gaze.

Debuts November 20 on Netflix


TV Line has reported that Melissa Benoist's real life husband Blake Jenner has been cast as Adam Foster, "a handsome stranger from Cat Grant's past." Adam's being set up to be a love interest for Kara, a development that could strain Supergirl's relationship with her boss. Kara and Adam will "form a very unexpected connection." Blake Jenner's Adam will appear in multiple episodes, with the first one bowing in 2016.

Airs Mondays on CBS


While speaking with Collider, Evan Peters offered up a few small hints about "Apocalypse's" show-stopping Quicksilver scene.

"Yeah, Quicksilver does his thing again, in the new film. It's bigger, longer and more detailed. I think it's an amazing sequence that they've put together. Just filming it, I was like, 'Oh, my god!' I think we shot for 22 days of second unit, working on the sequence, which is amazing. It's so cool to take that much time to make something like that really pop and really work. Knock on wood, I think it's going to be a fun and enjoyable sequence for people to watch, with Quicksilver running around and doing his thing in slow-mo time. I hope people like it."

Opens May 27, 2016

Got any rampant rumors or weird comic book stuff? Be sure to drop us an email or sling us a webline on Twitter!

Hobbs & Shaw: Dwayne Johnson Reveals Car Ryan Reynolds Refused to Drive

More in Movies