COMIC REEL: New "The Flash" Set Photos; Hemsworth on "Avengers: Age of Ultron"


The first unofficial photos from the pilot episode of "The Flash" have surfaced online, depicting lead actor Grant Gustin as Barry Allen pulling himself from an overturned car and running from an explosion. The photos also showcase Candice Patton as Iris Allen.


Comic Book Movie has posted quotes from Chris Hemsworth's panel at Wizard World Sacramento that tease what to expect from "Avengers: Age of Ultron."

"Everything in ['Age of Ultron'] is ramped up," Hemsworth said during his panel. "It kind of blew me away reading [the script]. I don't know how Joss [Whedon] does it, but everyone has gone up another notch and the whole thing is bigger and more exciting and crazier. Yeah, he's a genius."


"A lot of us kind of disappear on other projects, so most of the time we don't see each until [the sequels]. I'm really excited to start Avengers 2 in 2 months and get back on set," he continued. "Yeah, we're going to meet in London and shoot there for 4 months, so I'm excited to get back together with everyone and catch up."

Opens May 1, 2015


Following his casting as Reed Richards in "Fantastic Four," Miles Teller discussed what drew him to the project in the first place and the unique nature of the script.

"When I read the script, I didn't feel like I was reading this larger-than-life, incredible superhero tale," Teller said. "These are all very human people that end up having to become, I guess, what is known as the Fantastic Four. So for me it was just a really good story and gives me an opportunity to play something different from my own skin. It's a proper character and that's my favorite stuff to do."


Opens June 19, 2015


Godzilla-Movies.com has posted a new photo of Bryan Cranston in the upcoming "Godzilla" reboot. It's not a very exciting photo, but it's fun to imagine Cranston as Walter White, Godzilla Hunter.

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Terry Crews, one of the stars of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," spoke with Collider about possibly playing Luke Cage in the upcoming Marvel Netflix series.

"Anything can happen," Crews told Collider. "All I know is scheduling and all that stuff -- anything can happen. I'm open to all kinds of things, but who knows? Actually I took myself out of the Luke Cage running a while back, just because it was people trying to put people against each other. [It was] Idris vs. Michael Jai and I'm like, 'Wait a minute, this is not even greenlit! Can we talk to Marvel? Why are you talking to me? Don't put me against my homeboy for a movie that's not existing.' I said, 'Take me out!'


"I heard [it's greenlit] but I haven't gotten any calls. I've been hearing stuff like, 'Oh you're too old,' and I'm like, 'Man do my workout 20 years ago and we'll talk about who's too old (laughs).'"

"Like I said, anything can happen, I never rule anything out. I'm game. There are no rules. What's up, Marvel? I'm right here, baby. I ain't goin nowhere. You know where I live!"

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