COMIC REEL: Stan Lee Reveals "Agent Carter" Cameo; Jeremy Irons Teases A More Hands-On Alfred


While making an appearance alongside Kevin Smith to promote Roy Thomas' book, "75 Years of Marvel: From the Golden Age to the Silver Screen," Stan Lee revealed that he will make one of his trademark cameo appearance in "Agent Carter's" fourth episode. "I do have a cameo in a new show, a TV show coming out called 'Agent Carter,'" said Lee. "Watch for the fourth one. I think my cameo is in the fourth episode. They ought to be ashamed of themselves that they didn't give me three others before that but what the hell -- it's kind of a good cameo." You can check out the entire event with Thomas and Smith below.

Premieres January 6, 2015 on ABC


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Principal photography on "Ant-Man" wrapped on Friday, according to director Peyton Reed's Twitter feed.

And that's it! Principal photography on ANT-MAN is now complete. The ants have left the building. Stay tuned... pic.twitter.com/xj5h9qFyo6

- Peyton Reed (@MrPeytonReed) December 6, 2014

With the shooting schedule completed, it's possible that a teaser trailer will make it's debut soon. So far, only behind the scenes footage of "Ant-Man" has been released.

Opens July 17, 2015


Future King of Atlantis Jason Momoa appeared at the Comic Con Experience convention in Brazil over the weekend. According to Omelete, the actor opened up about his current contract with Warner Bros. According to a translation of the website, Momoa revealed that he has a contract for four films: "It is a contract for four films."

Opens in 2018


"Arrow" EP Marc Guggenheim spoke to Access Hollywood about how Oliver Queen's upcoming confrontation with Ra's Al Ghul will change the series... forever.

"What's really cool about Ra's coming to the fore is [that] his presence changes the show," said Guggenheim. "I mean literally, the show will not be the same after episode nine." For more musings on the nature of Ra's al Ghul, you can check out the interview below.

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Marvel's official website for "Avengers: Age of Ultron" has launched. The barebones site prominently features the new Ultron-ized Avengers "A" and a looped clip of percussive music that may or may not be part of composer Bryan Tyler's score. The trailer featured on the site includes the Stark Tower party prologue that originally debuted during an episode of "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." back in October. The downloads section features wallpaper of the "Ultron" logo ready for use on computers, phones, tablets and more. The synopsis tab includes text that Marvel previously released back in September.

Opens May 1, 2015


ComingSoon.net caught up with Thanos actor Josh Brolin and got just a little bit of information about the upcoming two-part "Infinity War" event.

"I love the idea of Thanos," said Brolin. "Ultimately, it's Thanos against everyone. Why wouldn't you do that?"

Brolin then revealed how he came to play the Mad Titan. "Thanos came along because of my good friend Louis D'Esposito [co-president of Marvel Studios]. He and I used to train together. We did 'Hollow Man' together. He called me up and started talking about this thing. It was nice because I could intimately talk to him about it. What I liked. What I didn't like about the whole idea of it ... It was really exciting because of the possibilities that it could be come. Not as an idea or as a blockbuster, but just as something different. It's a character mentality."

Part one opens on May 4, 2018


The Hollywood Reporter talked to incoming Alfred actor Jeremy Irons. Irons said that his Alfred is "not a large role" in the film, most likely due to the inclusion of a lot of superheroes. Irons did have something definitive to say about the part, though.

"He is quite a different Alfred than we have seen so far," said Irons. "Zack Snyder had very clear views about what he wanted. I would just say he's more hands-on perhaps than just a butler."

Opens March 25, 2016


NBC has posted a new installment of their "To Hell and Back" series of featurettes, this time focusing on the episode "Blessed are the Damned."

"Constantine's" midseason finale -- or "winter cliffhanger" -- will air this Friday. You can check out a promo for "The Saint of Last Resorts" below.

Airs Fridays on NBC


HitFix has announced that Mark Hamill will once again play the Trickster in the upcoming 17th episode of "The Flash." Hamill originally played the villain on the 1990 "Flash" series. According to the character description for Hamill's new old role, this version of the Trickster will be an incarcerated former terrorist con man.

"Mark Hamill returns in a brand new interpretation of James Jesse (aka The Trickster), a role he originated on the 90's 'Flash' series," reads the description. "In this new iteration, The Trickster is an anarchist terrorist con man serving a life sentence in Iron Heights who helps Barry (Grant Gustin) and Det. West (Jesse L. Martin) to foil the city-wide attacks of a wannabe Trickster eagerly following in the original's deadly footsteps. The episode will reunite him with John Wesley Shipp who went up against him as the original 'Flash' on the CBS version."

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