AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.
Kyle MacLachlan and Henry Simmons are set to join the cast of "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." season two. Simmons will play the recurring role of Alphonso "Mack" Mackenzie, a mechanic in his 30s that will be allied with Coulson and his team. It is rumored that MacLachlan has been cast as Skye's father in the series, but official sources have yet to confirm.
Returns this Fall on ABC
SIN CITY: A DAME TO KILL FOR
IGN has posted a new clip for "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" featuring Mickey Rourke as Marv rampaging through Sin City.
Opens August 22
Although "The Flash" is amassing its own gallery of villains, TV Line reports that the series will also get a villain from its sister show, "Arrow." Robert Knepper is set to reprise his role as William Tockman, The Clock King, in episode 7 of "The Flash." TV Line further states that Tockman will be teaming up with a new mystery enemy.
"We wanted to give Barry a real challenge... two bad guys!" Andrew Kreisberg told TV Line. "[Barry will be] fighting both a new enemy and one of our scariest and most successful 'Arrow' villains in The Clock King."
Debuts October on The CW
FOX has released a new promo for "Gotham" focusing on Jada Pinkett-Smith's new character Fish Mooney. It's a decent enough look at how brutal the character actually is.
Debuts this Fall on FOX
CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER
Check out this first look at one of the "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" Blu-ray special features, focusing on Anthony Mackie's Falcon.
Arrives on DVD/Blu-ray September 9
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the musical adaptation of Alison Bechdel's "Fun Home" will hit Broadway in 2015. The production will debut at Circle in the Square on April 4, 2015 with the official opening on April 22, 2015. The production previously sold out -- and extended its run four times -- and was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for drama, as well as a recipient of numerous awards.
As a fun way to wrap up the week, MTV has posted an oral history of "Galaxy Quest" and -- much like the original film -- leaves the audience wanting more.
"Tell Bob [Gordon, screenwriter], tell Dean [Parisot, director], we are all ready for a sequel," Sigourney Weaver told MTV. "I still have my costume!"