COMIC REEL: PlayStation Releases "Powers" First Look Featurette; Feore Debuts As "Gotham's" Dollmaker


PlayStation has released an extensive first look at their upcoming "Powers" series. The clip contains behind-the-scenes footage from the series as well as interviews with the cast and crew.

Additionally, ComicBook.com has revealed the first photos of Andrew Sensenig as the armored hero Triphammer.


You can check out a recap of last night's episode, "Snafu," over on Spinoff. ABC has also started airing a promo for next week's season finale episode, which is titled "Valediction."

CBR has an interview with Enver Gjokaj who pays S.S.R. agent Daniel Sousa where he talks about the chances of his character being the man Peggy Carter marries.

"We've asked that very same question to each other, with no more information than the fans have," said Gjokaj, referring to himself and Hayley Atwell. "One of the things that I really love about 'Agent Carter' is it's not a show where she's defined by her relationship to a guy. I have no idea where this is going to go, but I love that it's something they don't have her too concerned about. This isn't a show about a girl pining away for a guy. This is a show where the guy pines away for the girl. That's really cool to me."

Airs Tuesdays on ABC


Two new "Arrow" featurettes have emerged via the show's Twitter and Facebook accounts. One focuses on the stunts performed in an upcoming battle between Arrow and Cupid, and another teases tonight's episode, "The Return."

.@JamesBamford takes you behind the scenes with this inside look at Arrow vs. Cupid! #Arrow is all new TOMORROW!https://t.co/N8XhmGRa69

- Arrow (@CW_Arrow) February 17, 2015

Airs Wednesdays on the CW


ComicBookMovie has noticed that Event Cinemas has added a running time to its "Avengers: Age of Ultron" entry. If the 2 hours and 40 minutes runtime is accurate, it makes the film the longest Marvel Cinematic Universe installment to date.

Opens May 1


The BBFC -- British Board of Film Classification -- has posted new information for the first three episodes of Netflix's upcoming "Daredevil" series. The descriptions promise variations of violence that is "bloody" and/or "strong" and reveal the names of the episode's directors.


Following the news that the armored X-Man Colossus would have a part to play in "Deadpool," actor Daniel Cudmore has revealed via his Twitter page that his days as Colossus have come to an end.

Thanks everyone for all the support for me 2 reprise the role of #Colossus in #Deadpool but unfortunately it won't be happening for me con't

- daniel cudmore (@danielcudmore) February 17, 2015

Opens February 12, 2016


You can check out a recap of last night's episode, "Fallout," over on Spinoff. The CW has also released a trailer for the next episode, "Out of Time," which teases big reveals for the series.

Robbie Amell, the actor that plays one half of the furious Firestorm, opened up to CBR about his superhero costume. "Well, I definitely didn't want a red and yellow costume," said Amell. "It would be really had to pull off. Even the Flash costume is a much darker red than it is in the comics. The worry of the Firestorm costume is if it goes the Ronald McDonald route, especially with the puffy sleeves. Up to this point, the only thing that stays with the costume as I change is the splicer. The splicer is really the only significant piece of the costume. The rest is whatever Ronnie happens to be wearing when the splicer goes on. So, there is no costume, yet, but I'm sure Cisco has something in mind."

Airs Tuesdays on the CW


Fox has released promotional images for the upcoming 18th episode of "Gotham." The installment, titled "Everyone Has a Cobblepot," will feature Colm Feore's debut as the Dollmaker. You can check out the images below.


AMC has released two promotional images for the next episode of "The Walking Dead," titled "The Distance." The images prominently feature Michael Cudlitz's Abraham.


Director Bryan Singer has announced via his Instagram page that actor Kodi Smit-McPhee has been cast as a young version of Nightcrawler.

Excited to welcome @kodismitmcphee to the cast of #XmenApocalypse as young #Nightcrawler. @alexvaughanphoto

A photo posted by Bryan Singer (@bryanjaysinger) on

The actor confirmed his involvement and expressed his excitement over on his own Instagram page.

I am humbled and honored to be joining this incredible project and to be able to tell the story of the well respected young mutant Nightcrawler. Thank you @Bryanjaysinger, and the passionate Xmen fans. @20thcenturyfox #Nightcrawler #XmenApocalypse

A photo posted by Kodi Smit-Mcphee (@kodismitmcphee) on

Opens May 27, 2016

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