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COMIC REEL: Pine Thinks “Wonder Woman” Will Be A “Blast”; Ritter Looking Forward To “Defenders”

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COMIC REEL: Pine Thinks “Wonder Woman” Will Be A “Blast”; Ritter Looking Forward To “Defenders”


ComicBookMovie has grabbed part of Chris Pine’s interview in the latest Total Film, wherein he talks briefly about his role as Steve Trevor in “Wonder Woman.”

“It’ll be a f#cking blast,” said Pine of the film. “[Director] Patty [Jenkins]’s got a tremendous sense of story, I couldn’t be happier to be supporting Gal [Gadot] in what’s going to be the first female-driven superhero film. I think in the world today we’ve had plenty enough of male-driven everything and it’s finally time to see how wonderful the world can be with beautiful, strong intelligent women kicking some major ass.””

Opens June 23, 2017


The Art of Phil Saunders Facebook page has posted a few more unused concept designs for Ultron.

Just a few of the many sketches produced to develop Ultron. Charlie Wen’s fabulous design ultimately hit the mark, with The Art of Ryan Meinerding’s head design remaining the cornerstone of the aesthetic.

Posted by The Art of Phil Saunders on Monday, July 20, 2015


As some European websites begin selling tickets for “BvS,” DC Comics Movie (via pointed out that one such site in Germany appears to have revealed the movie’s runtime: 151 minutes, or two hours and 31 minutes. It’s worth noting that films can sometimes have different runtimes in European countries than they do in the United States.

Speaking of Germany, a new German-dubbed trailer features a couple new bits of footage.

Opens March 25, 2016


A slightly different version of last week’s LEGO ad has appeared, one that swaps out the LEGO figure in the header for promotional art of Cap and Iron Man.


Deadpool Core members were gifted with a special message recapping DP’s “amazeballs” 2015 as part of #12DaysofDeadpool.


While talking with The Hollywood Reporter, Krysten Ritter spoke about where we’ll see Jessica Jones next.

“It’s such a tricky thing. I’m not supposed to talk about that,” said Ritter when asked about a possible second season of “Jessica Jones.” “But I think there is lots of story left to tell with Jessica and I really love playing the character. I would love to throw on her boots and leather jacket anytime.”

Ritter also spoke about how she feels about joining the Defenders for their upcoming Netflix mini series.

“It’s like hitting the lottery in terms of a gig. It’s rare to get a part in a show that’s greenlit, let alone two shows that have been greenlit. Everyone is so close-knit already on the crew. Mike Colter and I are super close, I’ve gotten to know Charlie [Cox] a little bit just because we’ve happened to cross paths in production. But I’m really looking forward to it. With the success of ‘Daredevil’ and now ‘Jessica Jones,’ they’re both so wildly different, and ‘Luke Cage’ is going to be groundbreaking. Marvel and Netflix have proven they know what they’re doing. But it will be interesting to see how Jessica Jones fits in with those other guys because she doesn’t want to be a superhero. She doesn’t want anything to do with that. I have no idea how she’s going to be forced to team up with all of them.”

Now streaming on Netflix


The “Legends of Tomorrow” Instagram account has posted a video isolating the bit from the end of the trailer where all the heroes’ logos come together.

It takes an iconic team to become DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, premiering January 21 on The CW.

A video posted by DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (@cw_legendsoftomorrow) on

Premieres January 21, 2016 on the CW


CBS has released pics from “Blood Bonds,” the show’s first new episode in 2016 that sees Astra (Laura Benanti) in Supergirl and the DEO’s custody.

During an appearance on Kevin Smith’s “Fat Man on Batman” podcast, “Supergirl” executive producer Andrew Kreisberg revealed that the show might be preparing to introduce Bizarro. Heroic Hollywood points out that Kreisberg and Smith were discussing what sort of villains would be appearing in future episodes of the show, with the EP saying, “We’ve got the Toyman coming up. We got Bizarro.”

While speaking with reporters at a press event, EP Ali Adler also teased that more female superheroes are on the way too. When asked if Kara (Melissa Benoist) will interact with any new women on the show, Adler replied: “We’re actually doing that now in our backorder from CBS, so we’re actually working on that right now. Absolutely. There might be a little twist to that too.”

When asked if those new women might be super women, she said with a laugh, “These are all very good questions” and then added “Yes.”

Airs Mondays on CBS

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