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"iZombie" has aired a promo for its December 1st episode, which is titled "The Hurt Stalker."

The CW has also released a quartet of images from the mid-December episode, "Cape Town."


Following up on a rumor that a new "X-Men" film would shoot in Montreal in early 2017 with Bryan Singer directing, Collider has reached out to unnamed sources and reported that those rumors are false. According to Collider's sources, there have been no plans made for the "Apocalypse" follow-up movie, as most of the cast is up for contract re-negotiations and Singer himself is attached to direct "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea."


ABC has aired the first promo for "Agent Carter's" L.A.-based season two.

Returns to ABC on January 5


You can check out a recap of last night's "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." right over here on CBR. There's also a preview for next week's episode, which is titled "Closure."

Blair Underwood spoke about his role on the show in a new featurette.

Following last night's episode, ComicBook.com posted an interview with Fitz and Simmons, Elizabeth Henstridge and Iain De Caestecker, about their shared moment.

"Well the conversation boiled up, and he's trying in some way to compare himself to Will. He asks her whether she's in love with Will, and they've already had that scene in the episode before where she's kind of told him that she's thought about catching that wave sometime in the future," said De Caestecker. "I think, like Elizabeth said, she's kind of had that moment with Will, and they've never had that moment, and I think it's been bubbling for a while. I think, in that moment, it's just been bubbling for a while, and he sees a quick opportunity. There's quite high intensity in that scene, and he's just kind of like, excuse my French, "F*** it," you know? Can you put that in? You can put that in. I think it's just that, and I think ultimately it just makes things more confusing and awkward. It's not him thinking about it. It has a very sudden, kind of impulse that you get."

"And I think they want to know," added Henstridge. "They've never explored that area, and it gets to a point where it's too, you know, they're screaming at each other, and clearly them trying to ignore it, or just trying to talk through it, isn't working. When Fitz kisses Simmons its, as Iain says, like an impulse, and just out of kind of almost frustration, and the situation is just, there are no words anymore to come back with. And when Simmons kisses Fitz, that's cognitive. She's thought about it, and it kind of felt good when he kissed her, and she wants to then - that second kiss, for me, is kind of a kiss that maybe FitzSimmons fans might want. It's very deliberate, and it's nice, and it's kind of familiar almost. That's when they know...because I think both of them were probably hoping that it would be terrible, because then the situation is just resolved. But it wasn't, it was really nice. So Fitz says that they're cursed, because they can't see a way through it."

Airs Tuesdays on ABC


The CW has released a clip from tonight's "Arrow" episode, which is titled "Brotherhood."

While talking to IGN, Stephen Amell talked about the future of crossovers as the shared TV universe grows.

"I was speaking with Mark Pedowitz, who's the president of The CW obviously, and this really is something that is... I don't know what the corollary is, I don't know what the precedent is in the history of modern television where you have three shows on one network, each with a distinctive feel," Amell shared. "And we weave 'Legends' into the crossover this year, but if everything goes well with that show, and I would say it will based on how talented everyone that's involved in it is -- on the cast side, the production side and the crew side -- we could be looking at a situation next year where we're able to weave three shows into a three-night event."

There's also a new behind the scenes video focusing on "Arrow's" stunt work.

Airs Wednesdays on the CW


You can check out a recap of "Gorilla Warfare" right here. And the CW has aired the first promo for next week's "Flash" and "Arrow" crossover.

Airs Tuesdays on the CW


While speaking with CBR, Karen Gillan talked a bit about Nebula's role and relationships in the "Guardians" sequel.

"I think what I'm really excited about it delving into the sisterly relationship between Gamora and Nebula," said Gillan. "I think that we're going to see a little bit more of that, and it's going to be a bit more fleshed out."

Opens May 5, 2017


While chatting with Collider, Simon Kinberg revealed a little more about the X-Men spinoff series "Hellfire." "Hellfire," which is set in the 1960s, is being developed by Fox and comes from "24: Live Another Day" helmers Evan Katz and Manny Coto. Kinberg revealed that they are hoping to shoot the pilot early next year. "The 'Hellfire' script we have an amazing writing team, really two writing teams working together on it, and also that will shoot next year."


One more teaser has been released for "Jessica Jones," and it features a shout out to Luke Cage and his bar.

Debuts November 20 on Netflix


Latino Review has a report claiming that Warner Bros. is considering both Colin Farrell and Ewan McGregor for the part of John Constantine in their not-yet-greenlit "Justice League Dark." The site claims that even if one actor wins out and lands the role, the other may be offered the part of Etrigan The Demon's other half Jason Blood instead.


Also while chatting with Collider, Simon Kinberg talked a bit about the X-Men spinoff series "Legion," which has been set up at FX with "Fargo" showrunner Noah Hawley.

"I mean the thing that's cool and that's the hope in branching out to TV is that we can tell these X-Men stories in a slightly different way and even with a slightly different tone. It's one of the thing we're kind of doing in the different movie franchises," said Kinberg, who explained that the upcoming "Deadpool" film is more irreverent and "Gambit" is a sexy thriller. "So the TV shows give us an opportunity to go even further and certainly what I'm seeing on 'Legion' with Noah and FX is an intent to do something completely original in the genre, in some ways to sort of blow up the paradigm of comic book or superhero stories and almost do our 'Breaking Bad' of superhero stories."

Pilot in development at FX


There's a new promo up for the "Supergirl" episode "Confidence."

CBS has also released photos and a synopsis for the episode "Human For a Day," which introduces Charles Halford as Jemm, the Son of Saturn.

"Human For a Day" - Kara and her friends must rely on their inner strength and courage when an earthquake strikes National City. Also, Alex's mistrust of Hank reaches a breaking point when the earthquake traps them in the DEO with Jemm (Charles Halford), a powerful alien escapee, on SUPERGIRL, Monday, Dec. 7 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

Airs Mondays on CBS

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