COMIC REEL: Shipp Says "New Mutants" Cameo Would Be "Awesome"; Boyega's Rep Comments On "Black Panther" Rumor


Storm actor Alexandra Shipp, who debuts in "X-Men: Apocalypse," spoke with IGN about the chances of her character appearing in "New Mutants."

"I can't say very much about 'New Mutants,' but it would be awesome to do a little cameo, a little Where's Waldo?, Where's Ororo? in the background," said Shipp. "I love Storm as a character. I'd love to reprise her in many different movies and be able to show people different sides of her because she is so multidimensional and I think that the people who love Storm at least as much as I do, really want to see that. We want to see Storm killin' it and kickin' ass. That's the best thing about her, how amazing and powerful she is."


The CW has released photos from next week's season finale episode of "Arrow."


After earlier rumors that John Boyega may appear in "Black Panther," the Hollywood Reporter has heard from Boyega's reps that the actor will not appear in the film. Boyega's U.K. agent also said the same thing on Twitter.

My client @JohnBoyega will not be starring in Black Panther. Now for the news...

- MR FEMI OGUNS (MBE) (@MrFemiOguns) May 19, 2016

Opens February 16, 2018


Ron Perlman has thrown his hat (or more specifically his hair) into the ring to play Cable in "Deadpool 2."


In an interview with CB.com, Grant Gustin maintained that Barry Allen won't lose his optimism in season three.

"We won't lose it," said Gustin. "I will be adamant! I don't know what's going to happen in season 3, how they're going to write it, where they're going to go, but [Greg] Berlanti and [Andrew] Kreisberg and Geoff [Johns] -- I actually don't know how closely Geoff's involved anymore -- but all those guys know 'The Flash' better than anybody, and they know that he has to have the optimism."

Airs Tuesdays on the CW


Fox has posted a video showing Bruce Wayne actor David Mazouz unboxing the script for "Gotham's" season two finale.

Airs Mondays on Fox


Entertainment Tonight has an interview with "Jessica Jones" stars Krysten Ritter and Rachael Taylor about what they hope to see in season two.

"I think there's so many layers to this character," said Taylor of Trish Walker. "One of the things I'm really looking forward to, aside from all of the potential martial arts or athleticism, is seeing her relationship with her mother unfold a little bit more. I had a really good time working with [Rebecca De Mornay, who played Trish's overbearing stage mom, Dorothy] and obviously working with Krysten and seeing their friendship unfold in different ways. There's lots to play with."

"I'm so excited to see what they come up with," added Ritter of the show's writing team. "[I'd love] to dig deeper into the psychology of the aftermath of [Season 1 villain] Kilgrave (David Tennant), and maybe we could do a couple big stunts. I'd be down for that."

Now streaming on Netflix


You can read a recap of last night's "Legends" season finale right here.

Executive producer Marc Guggenheim spoke with CBR about the eventual crossover between "Legends," "Arrow," "The Flash" and "Supergirl."

"Only in so far as crossing over three shows is a brutal affair," said Guggenheim of the prospect of a crossover. "Crossing over four scares the crap out of me. That's going to be my answer."

Guggenheim also talked to THR about the threats coming in season two.

"The season two big bad is actually not going to be the [alien race of] Thanagarians," Guggenheim said. "It's going to be something else entirely. All I'll really say about the nemesis in season two is Vandal Savage looks like a walk in the park compared to what the Legends will be facing. This will be a much, much bigger threat. I'm going to leave it at that because when we do reveal it, it's going to be pretty big. People will be asking, 'Vandal who?' once they get the full picture of what our team is up against. It's going to be way bigger than what you can even imagine, I can guarantee it."

Airs Thursdays on the CW


The first trailer for NBC's upcoming sitcom "Powerless" has leaked online.

Coming this fall to NBC


The CW has released a few new promos touting "Supergirl's" arrival on the CW.

Returns this fall on the CW


Jennifer Lawrence spoke about the state of her "X-Men" contract with EW, saying that she's not yet sure if she'll return.

"Fassbender and McAvoy and I were all talking," said Lawrence, "Like, 'Will you come back?' 'I dunno.' 'I'll come back, if you come back.' Fox should be terrified because the deal we made was like if one of us doesn't come back, none of us are."

EW also has some new pics from the upcoming "X-Men" film.

EW also has four covers featuring "X-Men: Apocalypse's" characters.

And two new videos have been released: an enrollment video and a clip.

Opens May 27, 2016

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