COMIC REEL: Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch's "Age Of Ultron" Roles Revealed; Dazzler Possible For "Apocalypse"


Digital Spy learned a little about Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch's motivation in the upcoming Avengers sequel. The site learned that the twins first align themselves with Ultron. "The story that Joss put together with these two kids is really sweet and poignant, and you really understand why they would start on this side of the line," said producer Jeremy Latcham. "It's a great journey that they go on, from being these rough and tumble kids in Eastern Europe who blame the West, and the Avengers for the plight, the power structure of the world that keeps kids like them down. Over the course of it they realize maybe the Avengers are here for good reason."

Opens May 1


A few clips from this week's "Agent Carter," titled "The Iron Ceiling" have arrived online. The first introduces the Howling Commandos, and the second one features a confrontation between Peggy and Dottie.

Marvel has released the synopsis for the penultimate episode of "Agent Carter," which is called "Snafu."

"Snafu" - Peggy is cornered and more vulnerable than ever as Leviathan makes their move against her. As the SSR zeroes in on Howard Stark, they may pay the ultimate price as they find their true enemy is closer than they realized on "Marvel's Agent Carter," Tuesday, February 17 (9:00-10:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

"Marvel's Agent Carter" stars Hayley Atwell as Agent Peggy Carter, James D'Arcy as Edwin Jarvis, Chad Michael Murray as Agent Jack Thompson, Enver Gjokaj as Agent Daniel Sousa and Shea Whigham as Chief Roger Dooley.

Guest starring are Ralph Brown as Dr. Ivchenko, Bridget Regan as Dottie Underwood, Kevin Cotteleer as Alex Doobin, Lesley Boone as Rose, Travis Johns as Agent Corcoran, Sarah Bloom as Loretta, Lincoln Melcher as Emmett, Madonna Cacciatore as Ovechkin's Mom, Rob Locke as Surgeon, Pawal Szajda as Ovechkin, Lisa Pescherine as Female Salesclerk, Sandra Gimpel as Elderly Woman, Chris Palermo as Middle-Aged Man, Diana Gettinger as Movie Usherette, and Mary Beth Manning as Woman.

"Snafu" was written by Chris Dingess and directed by Vincent Misiano.

Airs Tuesdays on ABC


SpoilerTV has posted a low quality international trailer for this week's "Arrow" episode, which is called "Uprising."

If you're looking for better picture quality, the CW has released an official clip from this Wednesday's episode.

ComicBook.com has talked to Michael Rowe about his upcoming return to the show as Deadshot.

"Yeah, man, I was on set last night," said Rowe. "It's been a while. But, usually they keep these things pretty tight under wraps, but I woke up to a couple of articles online, so I guess somebody, one of the higher ups, had done an interview with Entertainment Tonight or one one of these publications and spilled the beans that it was going to be a new Suicide Squad episode."

Rowe also gave his thoughts about Will Smith taking over the role for the "Suicide Squad" feature film. "I think Will Smith is going to make a very interesting Deadshot so I can't wait to see what he does. I do take is as a little bit of a compliment. I didn't in the beginning, I didn't think much, but the conversations I've had with people and stuff like that, we did our job on TV, we work hard. It is a compliment to say "Let's go to the biggest level we can with it." Definitely a pat on the back there."

Airs Wednesdays on the CW


Comic Book Resources has an interview with "Constantine" executive producer Daniel Cerone where he talks a little bit about the series' ratings struggles.

"All I can say is, I continue to be humbled by NBC's continuing belief in the show," said Cerone. "We're a little surprised ratings haven't been as strong as we would have liked, and they would have liked, yet they are sticking with us. You just have to look at the list of shows that have been cancelled. If the ratings start dropping, they essentially pull it and put reruns of 'Shark Tank.' I'm not joking. The fact that NBC is staying with us, and are excited about us, and still talking about another season is all we can ask for. After that, it's up to viewers, and us attracting viewers."

Before the season's up, however, Cerone revealed that the show will introduce an object from the source material.

"We had such an embarrassment of riches with those comic books," Cerone told CBR with regard to bringing elements from the comics into the television show. "I'm literally just leaving playback right now for episode 12. We utilize a black diamond which has an iconic mythology around that in the DC Universe. We did our version of the black diamond. Yes, we use the mythology as an inspiration for that episode." The gem, known as the Heart of Darkness, eventually became home to the demonic presence known as Eclipso.

NBC has released a promo for the next "Constantine" episode, "Angels and Ministers of Grace."

ComicBook.com has photos from the show's first season finale. You can check out a couple of them below.

Airs Fridays on NBC


The CW has released a clip from this week's romance-filled episode of "The Flash." You can see Linda Park in action in this scene from "Crazy For You."

Airs Tuesdays on the CW


TV Guide has an exclusive featurette focusing on the relationship between Fish Mooney and Harvey Bullock.

"Whether she's aware of it or not, Harvey Bullock's deeply in love with Fish Mooney," says Logue in the clip, which can be viewed at TV Guide. "Things get crazier for her when she steps off the dock to leave town. That is going to be a wild story line that I guarantee -- it shocked me when I read what happens to her."

Fox has posted four clips from tonight's episode, "The Fearsome Dr. Crane."

Airs Mondays on Fox


You can meet the face of the zombie apocalypse in this new "iZombie" TV spot.

Premieres March 17 on the CW


If you missed it during the Super Bowl, here's "Kingsman's" latest TV spot.

Following the Super Bowl spot's release, Fox has unveiled a new clip from the upcoming Matthew Vaughn film.

Opens on February 13


If you're looking for new "Walking Dead" promos, look no further! Here's an international TV spot hyping up the series' return.

Returns February 8 on AMC


Entertainment Weekly has learned from screenwriter Simon Kinberg that Rose Byrne will be returning as Moira MacTaggert in the next X-Men film. The writer teased that the film will dive into the dynamic between Xavier and MacTaggert. "It's certainly a rich relationship that we started to dig into in 'First Class,' and would like to mine more in this one," said Kinberg. The writer also hinted that a few new faces will join the cast, with Dazzler being a possible candidate for inclusion.

Opens May 27, 2016

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