COMIC REEL: Magazine Cover Shows Off Daredevil Suit; "Wonder Woman" To Film This Fall


Australia's Film Ink magazine has revealed the cover for it's upcoming April/May issue, and it features a straightforward shot of Charlie Cox in his makeshift Daredevil costume.

Our April/March issue is out & it's your guide for all the hottest shows on the box in 2015! http://t.co/TkHctYoyiL pic.twitter.com/gEIl9YX1rr

- FilmInk (@filmink) February 23, 2015

The show's official Twitter account also posted its own revelatory image; the pic teases a boxing match between Crusher Creel and Daredevil's father. Creel previously appeared in a few episodes of "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." earlier this season.

Be careful of the Murdock boys. They got the devil in them. #Daredevil pic.twitter.com/ycGOg5sQnz

- Daredevil (@Daredevil) February 20, 2015

Premieres on April 10 on Netflix


During last night's Oscars telecast, ABC aired a promo for "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s" return that featured Skye saying the word "Inhuman."

We're quaking with excitement! Did you see the new Marvel's #AgentsofSHIELD promo during the #Oscars?https://t.co/cNWNtSKWlY

- Agents of SHIELD (@AgentsofSHIELD) February 23, 2015

Additionally, ABC and Marvel have released promo pics for the upcoming return episode, titled "Aftershocks."


The CW has released a new featurette that take you behind the scenes of Arrow's fight with Captain Boomerang.

After posting a picture of himself as Firestorm and his cousin Stephen Amell dressed up in his Arrow gear, actor Robbie Amell told MTV that the photo was a joke and not a crossover tease. "I texted Stephen," said Robbie with a smile. "I posted this to mess with people... We did shoot something together, but it's not an episode. It'll air fairly soon, and then they're trying to figure out a way to get the two of us on screen at the same time... We're both in character, but we're not shooting it together... It's more like a promo-ish." You can see the whole interview video below.

Airs Wednesdays on the CW


In a recent interview with Empire, Joss Whedon discussed his controversial decision to not include Hank Pym -- Ultron's creator in the comics -- in the upcoming sequel.

"Of all the heat I've ever taken, not having Hank Pym was one of the bigger things," said Whedon. "But the fact of the matter was, [original 'Ant-Man' director] Edgar [Wright] had him first and by virtue of what Edgar was doing, there was no way for me to use him in this. I also thought it was a bridge too far. Ultron needs to be the brainchild of the Avengers, and in the world of the Avengers and the MCU, Tony Stark is that guy. Banner has elements of that guy -- we don't really think of him as being as irresponsible as Tony Stark, but the motherfucker tested gamma radiation on himself, with really terrible, way-worse-than-Tony-Stark results.

"It didn't make sense to introduce a third scientist, a third sciencetician, to do that. It was hard for me, because I grew up on the comics, to dump that, but at the end of the day, it's a more interesting relationship between Tony and Ultron if Tony was once like, 'You know what would be a really great idea?' They're doing what they always do -- which is jump in headfirst, and then go, 'Sorry, world!' But you have to make it their responsibility without just making it their fault."

Opens May 1


MTV caught up with Benedict Cumberbatch at the Oscars and asked the future Doctor Strange whether or not his Sorcerer Supreme will have an English accent. Keeping in tradition, Cumberbatch remained tight-lipped about everything regarding his Marvel hero -- but while his lips remained tight, his eyes became overactive. Check out the quick interview below.

Opens November 4, 2016


A slightly modified trailer for "Fantastic Four" has been airing with "Kingsman: The Secret Service" and it features footage of Human Torch and possibly Invisible Woman taking flight. An Instagram video of the quick flight scene can be seen below.

Alternate FANTASTIC FOUR trailer has leaked online!

A video posted by Comics Union (@hulk_union) on

Opens August 7


Fox has posted a featurette and three clips all focusing on tonight's big "Red Hood" episode.

Airs Mondays on Fox


Deadline has reported that "Nashville" actor Laura Benanti has joined the cast of CBS' "Supergirl." Benanti will play Kara Zor-El's mother and Kryptonian noblewoman Alura Zor-El. Despite being dead, Deadline says that the character's "wisdom and guidance echoes across space and time, proving invaluable on Kara's journey toward becoming Supergirl."


ComicBook.com has an interview with new cast member Ross Marquand -- who plays Aaron on the show. Marquad talked a bit about Negan, a big villain from the "Walking Dead" comic that could show up soon.

"I wish I could speak to that and the only reason why I'm not is because I know nothing about [Negan's inclusion on the show] and that is the God's honest truth," said Marquand. "I have no idea where or if he is coming into the show. As a new fan of the comics I certainly hope he makes an appearance. He's such a vile, twisted character. I would love to see him, but there's been... at least as far as I know. I'm the new guy, the low man on the totem pole, I'm not in the writer's room and privy to those discussions, but I really hope they do bring that character on because that would just take the show to a whole new, even more twisted, disturbing level."

AMC has started airing a promo for next week's episode, titled "Remember."

Airs Sundays on AMC


According to Deadline, Gal Gadot will shoot "Wonder Woman" this fall with director Michelle MacLaren. That may seem a bit early considering the film is still two and a half years away from release, but it actually follows in line with "Batman V Superman's" shooting schedule. That film also conducted principal photography a couple years ahead of its release date.

Rumored to open on June 23, 2017


Screen Crush has reported on an interview Hugh Jackman gave to Cigar Aficionado that reveals his thoughts on playing Wolverine.

"I said to my wife, 'The moral is that I should never stop playing Wolverine. I've got to find a way to keep playing him until I die.' I know that someday they'll recast the role with another actor...I'd be happy if the role was eventually recast. It would mean that it had become iconic," said Jackman. The actor then went into detail about his plan for his upcoming outings as Wolverine. "I always want to be in better shape than I was for the last one. I don't believe in stagnation. People say they try to maintain the status quo. But I believe the natural cycle means you're either advancing and getting closer to something or you're receding... Every time I play Wolverine I want to go further, physically and emotionally."

Opens May 27, 2016

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