COMIC REEL: Liefeld Praises "Deadpool's" Take On Colossus; Alexander Recounts "S.H.I.E.L.D." Experience


ComicBook.com has "Deadpool" information from Rob Liefeld's appearance at Amazing Hawaii Comic-Con this past weekend. The Deadpool co-creator has revealed that Colossus will have a larger than expected role in the film.

"You guys have seen a glimpse of him in the trailer; at San Diego in Hall H, they showed a little bit more of Colossus," said Liefeld, who said that thanks to the CG, this is the best the character has looked in a film. "You are going to love Colossus in Deadpool. He's in it a good amount; he doesn't just walk through the movie." You can see video of the answer below.

Star Ryan Reynolds spoke about the film to GQ, stating that now is the perfect time for a Deadpool film.

"I think 'Deadpool's' coming along at the right time," Reynolds said. "Because it's also speaking to that generation and that group of people that have seen them all, seen all these comic-book films and enjoyed them all to varying degrees of success. But I think it's speaking to them as though the guy in that red suit is one of them, to some degree."

Opens February 12, 2016


While speaking with Collider, Jaimie Alexander talked about her part in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and exploring her character, Lady Sif, on "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D."

"Yeah, and I wanted to do that because I love playing Lady Sif and I love everybody at 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,'" said Alexander. "Clark Gregg is a good friend of mine, and they're all amazing over there. They have such a good time and they're such a tight knit family. A long time ago, before I did my first episode of 'S.H.I.E.L.D.,' he asked me, 'Would you want to come on the show?' I was like, 'Yeah, man! I would love to!' I didn't really think much of it, but I love him and I love to work with him. And then, all of a sudden, I got a call a week later. I was like, 'Yeah, I can do it! Let's get the armor!' The thing with the show is that I don't have as much time to gain weight for Sif, so that was hard during the episodes where I'm in civilian clothes because I'm pretty slim when I don't train a lot. That's been a challenge even with 'Blindspot' because my hours are so crazy that the only physical training I'm getting right now is the fighting. And I try to do yoga when I can to make sure that I'm flexible and that I'm not going to tear any muscle or pull anything. Right now, we're in the beginning stages of this series, so it's about finding that balance and carving out little bits of time to do things like that."

Returns September 29 on ABC


Shawn Hatosy recently spoke to CBR about his role on "Fear the Walking Dead."

"His name is Andrew Adams," said Hatosy of his character. "He's a military man. The way it was described to me before I came on board was, here was a guy who was a reservist in the military, probably somebody who worked at a big box store like Best Buy. He's called to action. I don't know if he has all the tools he might need to understand these kinds of military endeavors. He's a little bit of a fish out of water."

Speaking of Hatosy, you can see him in the sneak peek at next week's "Fear" episode, titled "Cobalt."

Airs Sundays on AMC


AMC has posted a video featuring the "Walking Dead" cast giving advice to their characters.

Return October 11 on AMC

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