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COMIC REEL: Rumor Posits Leto’s Joker May Rival Ledger’s; Fassbender Discusses Magneto’s Future

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COMIC REEL: Rumor Posits Leto’s Joker May Rival Ledger’s; Fassbender Discusses Magneto’s Future


Umberto Gonzalez has another rumor from the “Suicide Squad” set, this time focusing on Jared Leto’s portrayal of the Joker. The rumor states that Leto is staying in character in-between takes and has a portrayal of the villain that might just rival Heath Ledger’s.

Opens on August 5, 2016


You can check out a recap of last night’s season finale, “My Name is Oliver Queen,” over on Spinoff.

Variety has an interview with executive producer Marc Guggenheim about where the show will go in season 4.

“We’re kind of doing a lot more in terms of the big bad for next year than we have in previous season finales,” said Guggenheim. “We first heard about Damien Darhk in episode 321 and there’s a pivotal sequence that surrounds Damien Darhk in the season three finale, so that’s exciting. It feels like we’re pulling a ‘True Blood’ or a ‘Sons of Anarchy’ where the big bad for the following year is teed up in the season finale of this year, so that’s kind of exciting for me because that’s something we’ve never seen before.”

Airs Wednesdays on the CW


Deadline has reported that “Age of Ultron” has scored the biggest opening day for a Disney film in China ever. The film grossed $33.9 million on opening day, which is double what “Iron Man 3” pulled in and also more than the first “Avengers'” opening box office. So far the film has earned $932.2 million worldwide.

In theaters now


In addition to Ava DuVernay, another director has been rumored to be circling Marvel’s upcoming “Black Panther” film. Umberto Gonzalez dropped a hint via Twitter.

The inferred director is most likely Rick Famuyiwa, whose latest movie — “Dope” — made a big splash at this year’s Sundance film festival.

Opens July 6, 2018


Some set photos from “Civil War’s” Atlanta set have surfaced on Instagram depicting the cast preparing to attend a funeral.

Chris Evens is out of his Captain America super hero costume and in a tuxedo while shooting a funeral scene for Captain America 3! #captainamerica3 #captainamerica #emilyvancamp #chrisevans #atlantahollywood #marvaluniverse #marvel #marvelcomics #hollywoodofthesouth #filmindustry #filming #atlantafilms #movies #makingamovie #production #producer #director

A photo posted by Loren Fay (@lorenfay) on

There’s also a quick video depicting stunt performers practicing a fight.

Practicing some ass kicking. #CaptainAmericaCivilWar

A video posted by Dae Kwon (@daegonkwon) on

Opens May 6, 2016


“Extra” visited “Deadpool’s” Vancouver set and chatted with Reynolds about the prank they pulled together as well as his recent accident with a member of the paparazzi and his family life. He also offers thanks to Deadpool’s fans, crediting them with the film’s existence.

“They’re the reason we’re here,” said Reynolds of Deadpool’s fanbase. “They’re the reason this movie got made. They made their voice loud and they made it clear and the studio just, right away, said, ‘Let’s go.’ Here’s your release date. You’re off and running.”

Opens February 12, 2016


The CW has released twenty new stills from next week’s season finale. You can check out a few of them below and the rest elsewhere on CBR.


The CW has revealed the first cast photo for their upcoming DC Comics team series, “Legends of Tomorrow.”


Deadline announced yesterday that Fox has given the go-ahead to a film based around X-Men spinoff series “New Mutants.” The film will be directed by “The Fault in Our Stars” helmer Josh Boone. Boone will also co-write the film with Knate Gwaltney. Simon Kinberg and Lauren Shuler Donner are attached as producers.


Production on the pilot for AMC’s “Preacher” adaptation has begun, as revealed in a tweet from producer and co-director Seth Rogen.


CBS has released a six minute long teaser for their upcoming “Supergirl” series.

If you’re interested in seeing the difference a change in soundtrack makes, compare the above — which uses more modern music — to the below trailer, which makes use of a score.

Premieres this November on CBS


“Titans,” a series based on the “New Teen Titans” series, was first mentioned back in September with Akiva Goldsman (“A Beautiful Mind”) and Marc Haimes attached to pen the pilot. Now that pilot is in development at TNT, and TV Line got an update on the project from TNT president Kevin Reilly during the network’s Upfronts luncheon.

“Akiva’s been very busy doing some other things,” replied Reilly when asked about the status of “Titans,” adding that he hopes to cast the project and begin production “maybe this summer.” Reilly continued, addressing the fact that there are already so many superhero shows on television — specifically shows based on DC Comics characters. “I sat down with Akiva and said — and he ultimately agreed — that the [TV] landscape right now is well-serviced on the superhero front,” said Reilly. “So what space is this going to inhabit?”

The TNT head stated that it’s Goldsman’s intent to be “very true” to the source material, which Reilly stated was “was a groundbreaking property when it first started… There were consequences to things that happened; it wasn’t somebody died and they moved on. There was the first superhero to be an addict,” said Reilly, referencing Green Arrow’s former partner Speedy. “It’s a coming-of-age story for Robin, who feels like Batman has betrayed him.”

“I think it’s going to end up being a very, very interesting offering,” Reilly concluded. “I think it’s going to be excellent.”


In an interview with Variety, Michael Fassbender briefly touched upon his status with the X-Men franchise.

“I will shoot a hundred of them,” said Fassbender. “The contract is in three film deals, and this is the last of that. But I’ll be curious to see what happens next.” We’ll have to wait and see if Fox takes Fassbender up on his offer to do 97 more “X-Men” movies.

Director Bryan Singer has posted a rather cryptic image from the “Apocalypse” set which features uniformed men in the woods, armed with bows and arrows.

The past catches up. #Xmen #XMenApocalypse

A photo posted by Bryan Singer (@bryanjaysinger) on

Opens May 27, 2016

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