COMIC REEL: "Supergirl" Pilot Leaks; Gunn Reveals Start Of "Guardians of the Galaxy 2" Casting


Variety has reported that a high quality, non-watermarked version of the "Supergirl" pilot has leaked to piracy sites months before it's November debut on CBS. The cause of the leak has not yet been revealed or possibly even determined. The file appeared online around 3 AM ET on Friday and has since been downloaded over 120,000 times.

"Supergirl" star Melissa Benoist talked to E! News about the first time she tried on her Colleen Atwood-designed super suit.

"I just had this injury so I had this eye patch on. It was kind of embarrassing," said Benoist. "But the second I put it on, something shifts inside of me. It's kind of impossible not to feel strength and empowerment and positivity and hope. It really is pretty surreal."

She also revealed what it's like for her to watch herself in action as the superhero. "I don't recognize myself when I see those scenes," said Benoist. "It's kind of insane. The sheer scope of all of it, it's so epic that it's kind of mind-blowing to see it all put together."

Premieres this November on CBS


Umberto Gonzalez's Heroic Hollywood Instagram account has another potential scoop on "Batman V Superman," this one focusing on Wonder Woman's rumored age.

#WONDERWOMAN SCOOP! MASSIVE SPOILER WARNING! 5 4 3 2 1 💥 In #BatmanvSuperman, Wonder Woman is old. Very old. How old? In the movie there are pictures of her that date HUNDREDS OF YEARS! 🔥BOOM!

A photo posted by Heroic Hollywood (@heroichollywood) on

Opens March 25, 2016


Now that Jeremy Renner is onset, he's started tweeting pictures of him prepping to return to the role of Hawkeye.

Cap 3. Day 1. Time to suit up again #civilwar #captainamerica #hawkeye hope the seams hold up😁 pic.twitter.com/JKrCvHMXog

- Jeremy Renner (@Renner4Real) May 21, 2015

Opens May 6, 2016


Reddit user Empyrealist has posted pics from a Netflix event at Los Angeles' Director's Guild where they displayed the full Daredevil suit from the Marvel TV series.


A new poster and group shot from "Fantastic Four" have made their way online.


Diamond Select Toys have released the first look at their upcoming first wave of "Gotham" Minimates. The line includes 2" tall figures of Detective Jim Gordon, Chief Sarah Essen, Edward Nygma and Black Mask. The figures are set to hit stores in October, most likely around the time of "Gotham's" season two debut.


ScreenRant has reported on a Periscope Q and A session held by James Gunn that revealed new info about the upcoming "Guardians" sequel. The director said that he's completed one draft of the film's script, which goes into production in February. He said that he wants the main cast to include a few new additions, and wants the core team to include at least two women.Gunn said that he's also already talking to an actor about playing one of these new additions

Opens May 5, 2017


The CW has released promo photos of the upcoming "iZombie" ep "Astroburger."


As AMC's "Preacher" pilot films in New Mexico, co-director and executive producer Seth Rogen has taken to tweeting pics from the set.

#Preacher pic.twitter.com/OlKTKVlfhj

- Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) May 22, 2015


While speaking with HeyUGuys at the premiere of "San Andreas," Dwayne Johnson spoke briefly about his upcoming villain role in DC's "Shazam" film.

"I can't wait," said Johnson of playing Black Adam. "He's a unique type of villain. When you start off as a slave, you're not in a good mood! There's a heavy wrath that a lot of people have to pay. But when it's fueled by a righteous anger if you will, like Black Adam, then you open up to what the character can be which I'm really excited about. That's why he's not just a straightforward bad guy."

Opens April 5, 2019


Director Bryan Singer has tweeted a photo of himself with returning stars Nicholas Hoult and Jennifer Lawrence from the film's X-Mansion hallway set.

Back with the #thekidsinthehall #jenniferlawrence #mystique #nicholashoult #beast #Xmen #XMenApocalypse

A photo posted by Bryan Singer (@bryanjaysinger) on

Opens May 27, 2016


The Hollywood Reporter has learned that "Dallas Buyers Club" screenwriter Craig Borten will do a rewrite on the script for "Inherit the Earth," which is the name of Sony's adaptation of IDW Publishing's "Zombies vs. Robots." The film will be directed by Andrew Adamson.

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