COMIC REEL: Paxton on "Agents of SHIELD"; "Terminator: Genesis" Begins Production


Bill Paxton spoke with Crave Online about his role as Agent John Garrett and whether he knew the character would have such a large impact on the series.

"They started writing for me and I knew it was penciled in where it was possibly going and I'm having so much fun now that they've unmasked Garrett and his true nature has come out," Paxton told Crave Online. "I've got three more episodes and they're pretty cool. There's a great episode that really deals with Ward, how he ended up almost like my surrogate son and also a little bit about where I came from, why I tick the way I do. Then of course we're all coming in for the season finale."

Plus, here's a promo for tonight's episode featuring Amy Acker, and a full scene that could test the resolve of Agent Ward.

Airs Tuesdays on ABC


"Terminator: Genesis" has officially begun production, according to the official Skydance Productions Facebook page. Check out this image of the film's official slate:

Opens July 1, 2015


The official Star Wars blog has posted new concept art from "Star Wars Rebels." There's quite a bit of it, so be sure to click through for the full gallery.


According to The Hollywood Reporter, BOOM! Studios has named Archaia Editor-in-Chief Stephen Christy president of development for its film imprint. Christy will now oversee all film, television, web and animation projects from the company. Adam Yoelin has been hired as senior vice president of film.

"This expansion is key to our evolution," said BOOM! CEO Ross Richie, who called Yoelin "an invaluable, powerful addition to BOOM!'s arsenal. His background and experience in the feature film world complements BOOM!'s existing expertise in comic book and graphic novel publishing, furthering our goal of successfully guiding the translation of our catalog into motion pictures."

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