Heroic Hollywood has an unverified rumor -- one that even they aren't sure about -- regarding Enchantress that, if true, constitutes a potentially big spoiler. The rumor states that the actual villain of the film is Enchantress (Cara Delevingne) who is on a quest to resurrect her brother; the Squad is sent in to stop her from "destroying the world."
In further Enchantress news, a pic of Delevingne in makeup has been making the rounds on Twitter (h/t ComicBookMovie).
- Arrow (@CW_Arrow) September 10, 2015
Entertainment Weekly has an interview with "Arrow" EP Marc Guggenheim where he talked about the upcoming resurrection of Sara Lance.
"[Sara's resurrection] very much comes about because of decisions that Laurel makes and choices that Laurel will then have to live with," Guggenheim revealed. "The episodes dealing with Sara's return are amongst probably the heaviest material that we've had for Laurel. We're using Sara's return to really get underneath not just Laurel as a person, but the relationship that she has with Thea and the friendship that she has with Oliver."
He also admitted that there's gonna be more than one hint at the Green Lantern mythology: "There is a nod or two... There is a billboard that people will get a kick out of, and there may or may not be a ring in the season premiere." He did not, however, specify what color ring we may see in the upcoming season, if there is one at all.
Returns October 7 on the CW
CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR
"I think it's going to be the best one," sais Olsen. "Daniel BrÃ¼hl is an incredible actor and he's playing the main villain [Baron Zemo] in it. And he's incredible! It's a movie about people, as opposed to robots this time. So it's darker and it's allowed to be darker because it gets more in the mindset of humans rather than machines."
She also spoke about the secrecy surrounding the film: "Being part of a Marvel movie makes me feel like I'm doing the most top secret thing in the world. It's ridiculous, 'cause it's a film, but it -- also, it's too bad when people want to spoil things about movies or paparazzi are on set and they're taking pictures of certain things. And everyone then gets to guess what it is that you're filming. And it ruins it for everyone. I was just so happy that in 'Avengers [Age of Ultron]' we were able to keep a lot of things secret so there were surprises for the audience, which was great."
Opens May 6, 2016
Heroic Hollywood has a new unverified rumor regarding who Marvel is looking at to play Captain Marvel. "Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation's" Rebecca Ferguson is rumored to be at the top of Marvel's list, although HH says they are not sure if an offer has been extended to the actress or not.
Opens November 2, 2018
"My friend over at Universal was really keen to get it up and running," explained Millar. "He said that it would be great for two big actors, and we got the guys we wanted. He always wanted to work with these guys, and it's something I never thought of working in comics, but if you have what they call a 'double header' -- two big stars cast together -- it's such a cracking thing for your movie. It's really quite rare to have a Butch and Sundance kind of thing where you get two huge guys in one film. So this is our big sci-fi franchise with that idea, and hopefully we'll get a few movies out of it. It'd be cool. And so we got this writer who I'm friendly with who worked on the 'Fast & The Furious' movies called Chris Morgan. Chris worked on 'Wanted' with me, so I've known him since about 2006. It's great to be working with him again, and I'm going to LA in a month to meet with him. We're also going to have one of the actors meeting us in London soon. It's great, because it's two big actors who interestingly have each done a superhero movie before. They're two fan-favorite guys, and one of them is the hottest guy in town at the moment."
- Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) September 10, 2015
Opens February 12, 2016
"The Flash" has released a new featurette for season two to Twitter focusing on Caitlin Snow (Danielle Panabaker) and her relationship with Ronnie Raymond (Robbie Amell).
- The Flash (@CW_TheFlash) September 10, 2015
The CW has released a new extended look at "The Flash" that explores the multiverse and reveals more about Zoom.
"Part of the season is watching Barry mature and grow up not just as The Flash, but as Barry Allen," Kreisberg told EW. "Suddenly introducing him to a bit of a wayward kid who has some attitude problems and some authority issues and is quick with a sassy remark -- all of which is very Wally West -- and then watching Wally integrate into S.T.A.R. Labs universe, but also just the world of these characters, is going to be a lot of the fun of the back half of the year."
"Jay is a little bit more world-weary and he's seen a lot," Kreisberg said. "He's been The Flash for a while, so he's a little further along in his career. He's seen a lot of darkness, and it's jaded him a little bit. He thinks Barry can be a bit naÃ¯ve about the way the world works."
Returns October 6 on the CW
- X-Men: News (@XMenNewz) September 10, 2015
- X-Men: News (@XMenNewz) September 11, 2015
- X-Men: News (@XMenNewz) September 11, 2015
Opens May 27, 2016