COMIC REEL: Momoa Talks Aquaman In "Batman V Superman"; Gregg On "SHIELD's" Inhuman Addition


New Aquaman Jason Momoa talked to Entertainment Weekly for a bit about his role in "Batman V Superman" and how much fans would get to see of the champion of the seas in the film.

"Well, it's Batman and Superman, it's not my movie," said Momoa. "It's the first time in history to have them both on the screen together, and I'm just excited to see those two up there... You know, 'Justice League' is still quite a ways away. But I'm looking forward to it. Henry's a sweetheart, Ben is a badass, so I'm really looking forward to when we all shoot 'Justice League.'"

Momoa also talked about director Zack Snyder's decision to post the first picture of the new Aquaman. "That was a shocker for sure. It was supposed to be a surprise in 2016, so it definitely helps [our show]. I've been holding that secret for a long time. Zack Snyder called me up and said, 'I'm posting this picture now.' He's just a genius and I love him to death. He sent it over and we're in the middle of the editing suite for the thing I'm doing right now, and we all freaked out, man. It was so amazing to see it come out."

Opens March 25, 2016


Marvel has released a clip from tomorrow's episode of "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." which features Coulson and May having a talk with their prisoner.

In a post on ComicBook.com, Chloe Bennett revealed when she learned of her inhuman fate. "[T]hey told me probably about two days before, but I found out and kept it a secret, which is really impressive for me, like two weeks beforehand," said Bennett. "I thought I was She-Hulk for a while, so I've been working out a lot. No, they told me pretty last minute."

Bennett also revealed that she quickly started researching her character after learning of the big reveal. "Yes. I don't think I should tell you which [comics I researched] though, because I think they're the comics they're going to pull from. But yes I did do my research and went and obsessed over Daisy Johnson for a while after."

Clark Gregg spoke about the addition of the Inhumans to the show in an interview with IGN. "It's just a part of the world that I really love," said Gregg of the Inhumans. "I always clicked the most with the stuff that feels the most... all my favorite sci-fi, all my favorite comics, they were always about stuff that felt like a way you could look at stuff that was too hard to look at in real life. There's a way that stuff like the Inhumans... Whether it's in X-Men or whether it's inhumans, they always represented people who evolved in a different way where some of them were outcasts or treated like something was wrong with them and yet, perhaps, in many ways represented a vital new part of what we're supposed to be... I'm really excited to see how they use that part of it on our show. It's one of the things that's fun about being on this show. When you understand what it is, you see 'Winter Solider' and it's 'Agents of Nothing.' Right when you think you know what that is, there's the attack at the end of the season and he can't stop carving [symbols]. It keeps adding new elements to it. That said, we're at nine o'clock, with a darker tone -- less ICERS, more bullets. I think it's finding its way to be more and more; its own central self that can withstand having things brought into it."

Returns March 3 on ABC


The CW has posted a new featurette focusing on the stunt work that brought the big fight between Oliver Queen and Ra's al Ghul to life.

Following the leaked news that the CW is developing a spinoff of "Arrow" and "Flash" focusing on at least a quartet of previously introduced super-characters, executive producer Greg Berlanti confirmed the report via Twitter.

Yes, we're creating a spinoff from #Arrow and #TheFlash and couldn't be more excited by the cast signing on. More to come. #SuperheroTeamUp

- Greg Berlanti (@GBerlanti) February 27, 2015

Airs Wednesdays on the CW


Over the last few days, actors Samuel L. Jackson and Jeremy Renner have revealed posters for four different "Avengers: Age of Ultron" characters.


The first photo of Vincent D'Onofrio as Kingpin has arrived via USA Today. The shot offers our first clear look at the villain, with D'Onofrio looking more menacing than ever as Daredevil's arch enemy, Wilson Fisk.


Fox has posted a new teaser, tiled "Corruption," for tonight's episode of "Gotham."

People magazine has also revealed Fish Mooney's new look, complete with a brand new eyeball.


Superhero Hype has posted the CW's new poster for their upcoming Vertigo TV show "iZombie." The image features Rose McIver's lead character and, possibly a first for all TV show promotional images, a chunk of brain on an ice cream cone.


Deadline has reported that Fox has found the leading man for its upcoming adaptation of Vertigo's "Lucifer" series. Welsh actor Tom Ellis ("Once Upon A Time") will portray the lord of hell Lucifer on the Fox series.


"Squad" director David Ayer has teased that a big announcement is coming for the film today. Yesterday, he tweeted:

Something will happen. Tomorrow. #skwad

- David Ayer (@DavidAyerMovies) March 2, 2015

That followed a pair of other "Suicide Squad" tidbits focusing on the film's set and Jared Leto's Joker.

Sets are going up #skwad pic.twitter.com/yZ28VTjcwL

- David Ayer (@DavidAyerMovies) February 28, 2015

There's a chance this update could involve Joker, as Jared Leto tweeted the following image:

TICK TOCK . . . pic.twitter.com/jU5DDwI7Xs

- JARED LETO (@JaredLeto) March 2, 2015

Additionally, Viola Davis spoke to the Hollywood Reporter about taking on the role of Amanda Waller in the film.

"As a comic book and Wonder Woman fan, I love the whole DC Comics universe," said Davis. "I traded comic books as a kid so all of that appeals to me. When you dream about being an actor as a kid, that's what you dream about. That's like play acting: being the superhero, getting the gun; it plays into that fantasy. 'How to Get Away with Murder' changed my exposure. I don't know if it changed the quality of roles as much as it changed the exposure. I mean certainly Amanda Waller is a fabulous character."

Opens on August 5, 2016


TV Line has learned that Dean Cain and Helen Slater have joined the cast of CBS' upcoming "Supergirl" pilot in unspecified roles.

Both actors have a lengthy history with DC Comics' Superman franchise. Dean Cain previously starred as Superman in "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" for four seasons on ABC. He later appeared on the CW's "Smallville" as Dr. Curtis Knox. Slater starred as lead character Kara Zor-El in 1984's "Supergirl" feature film. She too had a guest-starring role on "Smallville" as Clark Kent's Kryptonian mother, Lara. Slater will star alongside the new Kara Zor-El, >played by Melissa Benoist.


In addition to airing a promo for next week's episode, AMC has posted sneak peek of next the installment titled "Forget."

Airs Sundays on AMC

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