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COMIC REEL: McKay May Pen "Ant-Man & The Wasp" Script; "Deadpool's" Carano Talks Fighting Colossus

ANT-MAN & THE WASP

While talking to the Hollywood Reporter, Adam KcKay revealed that he has considered coming back to write "Ant-Man and the Wasp."

"I was talking to [Paul] Rudd about it the other day," said McKay, who did a pass on "Ant-Man's" script along with Rudd. "We'll see what happens, but that would certainly be fun. I loved working with Marvel. And I have a couple of projects in development. One of them is more dramatic, one's more comedy, still with a little bit of political teeth to it. And there's a TV show idea I've been kicking around."

Opens July 6, 2018

AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.

In an interview with CBR, actor Blair Underwood revealed just how close to the vest the "S.H.I.E.L.D." producers kept his character's Inhuman identity.

"Oh, I had no idea until Episode 4 where you think Andrew is dead at the end, in the convenience store," said Underwood. "We had the table read for it and I'm thinking, 'Maybe Andrew is dead, too.' The producers -- Jed Whedon, Maurissa Tancharoen and Jeph Loeb -- said, 'If you have some time, if you have a minute, let us tell you what's happening with the character.' This happened to be on my birthday, which was August 25. They said, 'We thought you might like to know that you are Lash.' I was like, 'Oh, man. That's very cool.' We were about to shoot Episode 4 and then it was revealed last week in Episode 6. I did tell them it was the best birthday gift they could have given me."

Airs Tuesdays on ABC

BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE

Several images of Hot Wheels' upcoming line of toy cars based on "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" have surfaced online thanks to Universo DC (via HeroicHollywood). While the cars themselves don't seem to be based on the trio's actual in-film vehicles, they are influenced by the characters' costume designs. The toys also feature new concept art for the upcoming film.

CAPTAIN MARVEL

While chatting with MTV International, Sienna Miller basically said, "Sure! Why not?" to playing Captain Marvel. "Is that a girl?" she asked after hearing the name. She said that she's be up for it "if it was a good script."

Opens November 2, 2018

DEADPOOL

Actress Gina Carano spoke with Screen Rant about her character Angel Dust and her throwdown with Colossus.

"Andre [Tricoteux], the guy that plays Colossus, has just been... he's the biggest sweetheart. He is Colossus to me," said Carano. "At some point I actually crawl on top of him and he's standing up. So I'm like 8, 9 feet in the air just looking down at the world like, 'This is what your life is like normally! This is interesting. Different perspective!'"

She explained how fighting a mostly CGI character affected the scene, as well. "But it was really cool. I'd have to do the fight scene with him. And then I'd have to do it by myself, which I felt a little silly at first. I look like I'm fighting this massive thing that's not there and it's like a weird dance. But everybody came up and they're like, 'It's really cool to see you do this by yourself.' I think they should just cut it together just for my own...like see me just fighting air, but like this massive giant in my head. The weird thing is every time I did it, I'd fight with him and I'd do it by myself, and it was almost like he was still there. I'm down with the CGI work."

Opens February 12, 2016

THE FLASH

There are a couple of clips from tonight's "Flash," one featuring the Flash fighting Doctor Light.

MTV also has a Cisco-centric "Flash" clip.

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Airs Tuesdays on the CW

GOTHAM

You can check out a recap of last night's episode, "Tonight's the Night," over on CBR. There's also a promo for next week's episode, which is titled "A Bitter Pill To Swallow."

Airs Mondays on Fox

GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL. 2

While speaking with MTV International, Bradley Cooper was asked about the villain of "GOTG 2," which led to a very confusing response.

"Josh Brolin's [Thanos] the villain in that one, he's the main villain? He was in the first one," answered an unsure Cooper. "He played what's-his-name's dad. You know what I'm talking about? The dark... the dark lord, or...? His dad, the main guy?" When Sienna Miller, who thought Cooper was talking about Star-Lord pointed out that we don't yet know who that character's father is, Cooper laughed, paused, and tried to explain his way out of it. Based on the context Cooper gave, though, it sounded like he thought Ronan the Accuser was Thanos' son -- not Star-Lord. This led many people to wonder if Cooper had spoiled Star-Lord's parentage. Writer/director James Gunn cleared everything up though with a tweet:

In response to all the stories coming out, Bradley Cooper didn't reveal anything. He just got the script and hasn't read it yet. I promise.

- James Gunn (@JamesGunn) November 9, 2015

You can watch Cooper's interview below.

Opens May 5, 2017

IZOMBIE

The CW has released a clip from tonight's "iZombie" episode, "Max Wager."

Airs Tuesdays on the CW

JESSICA JONES

Netflix has released the second trailer for "Jessica Jones," which features more of David Tennant's villainous Kilgrave.

Three of the stars of "Jessica Jones" -- Eka Darville, Erin Moriarty and Wil Traval -- visited the CBR Tiki Room at NYCC and chatted about the show.

Debuts November 20 on Netflix

SUPERGIRL

You can read a recap of last night's episode, "Fight or Flight," elsewhere on CBR. Following last night's episode, CBS aired a promo for next week's ep, "How Does She Do It?"

In an interview with CBR, Maxwell Lord actor Peter Facinelli revealed how he views his not-quite-evil character.

"There's a fine line between good and evil," said Facinelli. "He doesn't purposely do evil acts. In his mind, he does things for good. Sometimes you have to do bad things to get there. Even when you are at war, sometimes you have to sacrifice one for the greater good of many. That's where his mindset is. He's not a Lex Luthor, selfishly trying to take over the world. In his righteous mind, he's doing good."

Premieres October 26 on CBS

THE WALKING DEAD

ComicBookMovie has spotted a new clip from the next episode of "Walking Dead," which is titled "Always Accountable."

The Hollywood Reporter has also learned that Jeffrey Dean Morgan has been cast as the villain Negan and will most likely debut in the midseason finale episode. He will recur throughout the rest of season six before joining the cast full time for season seven.

Airs Sundays on AMC

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