COMIC REEL: Meet the hunters of "Heroes Reborn," writer talks "X-Men: Apocalypse"


NBC has released a new profile video for "Heroes Reborn" characters Luke (Zachary Levi) and Joanne (Judi Shekoni).

Reborn in a two-hour premiere September 24 on NBC.


In an interview with IGN, "X-Men: Apocalypse" co-writer Michael Dougherty talks about his return to the franchise, some hints about how Apocalypse will be portrayed, and whether there are plans afoot for another sequel.

"The way that Bryan [Singer] approaches the 'X-Men' franchise is, making it as realistic as possible and as grounded as possible. With someone like Apocalypse, that's tricky because he's literally such a giant character," Dougherty said. But once you "take the idea that the first mutant is worshipped as a deity," he continued, "the character kind of writes himself."

Rides into theaters May 27, 2016.


Executive Producer Emily Andras tweeted a photo from the first read-through of "Wynonna Earp," which is set to debut next year on Syfy. The series, based on the IDW paranormal Western created by Beau Smith, stars Melanie Scrofano in the title role, Tim Rozon as Doc Holliday, and Shamier Anderson as Agent Dolls.

Some of the beautiful people at our first read-through. What a cast!!! #WynonnaEarp pic.twitter.com/e30G1Eneik

- Emily Andras (@emtothea) September 11, 2015

Debuts in 2016 on Syfy.


Take this one with a grain of salt, but Heroic Hollywood is carrying the rumor that Gal Gadot's "Wonder Woman" will face off against Sean Bean as Ares and Eva Green as Circe.

In theaters June 23, 2017.


ICYMI, Zoe Saldana has been cast in the big screen adaptation of Joe Kelly and J.M. Nimura's "I Kill Giants."

No release date yet -- giants breathe a sigh of relief!

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