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COMIC REEL: "Legends of Tomorrow" Cast Assembles; "Arrow's" Lady Cop Strikes Out

LEGENDS OF TOMORROW

Producer and writer Marc Guggenheim is no stranger to sharing details of his various DC Comics TV series on his Twitter account, but while he usually just reveals the titles of upcoming episodes, this week he went out and showed a behind the scenes assemblage of his "Legends of Tomorrow" cast for their first big table read:

Table read. #legends pic.twitter.com/1x20dj611T

- Marc Guggenheim (@mguggenheim) September 4, 2015

Premiers in 2016 on The CW.

ARROW

Still reeling from the footage found in "Arrow's" Season 4 trailer? Well, the rollout of images and info continue on the series as director Lexi Alexander (of "Punisher: War Zone" fame) sent out this solo shot of Rutina Wesley as Liza Warner (AKA Lady Cop).

What an honor it was to work with the amazingly talented badass @rutinaofficial. Hope we get to do it again... pic.twitter.com/AG4NuebnL3

- Lexi Alexander (@Lexialex) September 5, 2015

Meanwhile, there's at least one person who's not too enthused by the high profile of series star Stephen Amell: pro wrestler Steve Austin who took time on his podcast to poo poo the actor's recent appearance at Summerslam. "I just don't like the celebrities coming in there, the squared circle, and being able to compete at any level with the guys in the business [pro wrestling]," Austin said. "You've got to protect some integrity of the business. I don't care what day and age, what year it is. (Via)

Returns October 7 to the CW.

BOX OFFICE

While Labor Day weekend is expected to be weak at the box office, there's still some interesting analysis to go around for those following the "Will superhero movies hit their peak?" debate.

Deadline has a lengthy feature on the 2015 box office race, noting that the year will likely finish as #2 of all time in ticket sales. But that may not be a good thing as the sale are dominated by two players: Disney who despite flops like "Tomorrowland" has sailed on with Marvel Studios, Pixar and (presumably) Lucasfilm hits and Universal who has carved a path without superheroes of any kind instead diversifying with hits like "Fast & Furious," "Jurassic World" and "Straight Outta Compton."

TRAILERS

Want to spend the weekend getting pumped for the fall TV season? Catch up on the trailers for new episodes of "Arrow," "Agents of Shield" and "Fear The Walking Dead" thanks to the CBR Trailers YouTube Channel!

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