COMIC REEL: Leto Shows Off Joker Phone Background; Spider-Man Rumored For "Dorky" "Civil War" Fight


Just Jared has a few snapshots of Jared Leto from his recent visit to New York City. The actor definitely wasn't trying to keep it inconspicuous, what with his bright green hair. You can even see his phone background in one shot, which is of 2011's "Detective Comics" #1 by Tony Daniel.


If you weren't able to attend "Agent Carter's" panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego, you can now check out CBR's panel report from the event.

Returns to ABC in 2016


Birth.Movies.Death. has heard from a few unnamed sources that while Spider-Man actor Tom Holland has shot his cameo appearance, the masked wall-crawler will appear in more than one scene -- one of which is rumored to be an impressive fight scene. Devin Faraci claims that Spider-Man -- not Holland -- has been "on that set for a while, played by stunt men," which means the actor just has to loop dialogue in later. Faraci says that the rumored fight scene could really get fans excited because of how "profoundly dorky and unlike any other big screen superhero fight it will be."

Opens May 6, 2016


Fox has released a sneak peek of the "Deadpool" trailer, which drops tonight during Ryan Reynolds' visit to "Conan."

Opens February 12, 2016


"Doctor Strange" director Scott Derrickson has revealed via Twitter that he's currently location scouting for the film in London.

Location scouting in London pic.twitter.com/YOjs6pgorj

- Scott Derrickson (@scottderrickson) August 1, 2015

Opens November 4, 2016


In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, "FF" screenwriter Simon Kinberg discussed the challenges he faced while writing the film.

"I am proud of it. It's not a disaster. It's a good movie," said Kinberg. "I find Fantastic Four a hard book to adapt. I think the tone is very tricky it. It's deceptively simple. Figuring out the comedy and the drama and the powers themselves are hard to fit into a tone that is as grounded as we wanted to make it. But I'm happy with the way that it turned out. I really love this cast, and I want to keep making movies with them."

Fox has also released an extended sneak peek of the film -- which includes a cameo from "Deadpool."

There's also another clip from the film, featuring the moments before blast off.

Opens August 7


Writer/director James Gunn has posted a brief sneak peek at the script for "GOTG 2" that literally gets up close. ComicBook.com spotted the post, which Gunn revealed via Snapchat.


"Transcendence" star Falk Hentschel has joined the CW's shared universe of DC series as Hawkman. The character is slated to debut on the "Arrow" and "The Flash" crossover episodes before heading to the spinoff "DC's Legends of Tomorrow." This version of Hawkman (a.k.a. Carter Hall) is described as "the latest reincarnation of an Egyptian Prince who is fated to reincarnate throughout time along with his soulmate, Kendra Saunders (Ciara Renee). Like Kendra, Carter can access the powers of the Hawk God, Horus, transforming him into the winged warrior known as 'Hawkman.'"

Premieres in 2016 on the CW


TV Line has reported that "Supergirl" has added Jenna Dewan Tatum to its cast as Lucy Lane -- Lois Lane's sister. Tatum's recurring character is described as "brash, funny and successful in her own right" as well as an ex-girlfriend of Jimmy Olsen (series regular Mehcad Brooks).

Premieres October 26 on CBS


Entertainment Weekly caught up with Norman Reedus, who plays Daryl Dixon, and asked him about the challenges of the upcoming sixth season.

"Season 6 is much different than the previous seasons," said Reedus. "It's kind of our group being okay with stability and fighting stability and figuring out if we can actually live with other people... You've taken a bunch of wild animals and put them in a domestic environment, and some of them prefer to be wild animals, and some of them can't figure out how to be anything other than that. So we've come to a place where we can live with the public or live in a community and us having inner turmoil with trying to discover if that's possible at all."

Return October 11 on AMC


Heroic Hollywood has heard from an unnamed source that Michael Fassbender and James McAvoy have agreed to stay on as Magneto and Professor X for an unspecified amount of further X-Men films. Fox, Fassbender and McAvoy have not commented on this rumor yet.

Additionally, an actual in-costume mutant makes a rare appearance in director Bryan Singer's Instagram feed. In the picture, Alexandra Shipp's Storm looks out over the Egyptian landscape with some gnarly clouds forming overhead. Above the monitor, you can see Shipp on set, revealing the green screen environment she's reacting to.

#Storm watches over #1983 #Cairo via the magic of real time #simulcam @alexandrashipppp

A photo posted by Bryan Singer (@bryanjaysinger) on

Opens May 27, 2016

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