LEGENDS OF TOMORROW
The Hollywood Reporter caught up with "Legends of Tomorrow" producers Marc Guggenheim and Phil Klemmer at Comic-Con International and got new info about the show.
While the show will be dark, Guggenheim said that "the show will contain elements of Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis' 'Justice League International' run."
Klemmer also said that popular DC time traveler Booster Gold will not appear in season one. "I wish I could tease a Booster thing but, you might have to wait a good long while at least on our show," said Klemmer. "Perhaps Booster is being groomed for bigger things."
Premieres in 2016 on the CW
CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR
The Daily Mail has snapped a few pictures of Chris Evans on "Civil War's" Berlin set. The production set up shop in Berlin's Olympic Stadium located in the city's center. The Daily Mail notes that filming occurred underneath and around the venue, and also included actor Frank Grillo (Crossbones).
The Daily Superhero has heard from an unnamed source that there are rumblings about a shake-up in Fox's schedule. The rumor, which should be taken with a grain of salt, says that Fox may remove the scheduled "Fantastic Four 2" from its June 9, 2017 and place a "Deadpool" sequel there -- which means that, if true, "Deadpool 2" would have to start filming almost immediately after the first film hits theaters in February.
Opens February 12, 2016
Negative reviews no doubt hurt "Fantastic Four," which failed to meet expectations over the weekend at the box office. The film opened in second place, behind "Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation," with a meager haul of $26.2 million, placing it among the lowest opening weekends of any comic book movies in the modern era.
A new batch of b-roll has appeared online, showing director Josh Trank interacting with the cast and possible footage of the Fantasticar.
In theaters now
Jared Leto loves dropping hints and teases about his "Suicide Squad" role, and he's taken it one step further by alluding to one of the Joker's most iconic looks. In the Instagram video, Leto records his shadow as he strolls down a stretch of sand. That shadow, though, traces the outline of the wide-brimmed hat the Joker wore in the legendary Alan Moore and Brian Bolland story, "The Killing Joke."
This could just be Leto's way of getting fans to talk; there's no concrete evidence yet that "Suicide Squad" will pull elements -- or even that costume -- for it's story. For comparison, you can compare the video above to the panel from "Killing Joke" below.
Opens on August 5, 2016