COMIC REEL: Superman, Batman Battle In Possible Promo Art; Pratt Details Marvel Contract


Umberto Gonzalez's Heroic Hollywood has uncovered what just might be concept art from "Batman V Superman." The comic-book-style art depicts Batman in his Frank Miller-esque Batsuit fighting the Man of Steel.

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Opens March 25, 2016


A new featurette has been released that shows how visual effects artists created "Age of Ultron's" massive opening battle sequence.

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New set photos have emerged of Frank Grillo's Brock Rumlow character sporting his Crossbones armor sans mask.

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Opens May 6, 2016


Deadline has reported that Ruben Blades has joined the cast of "Fear the Walking Dead" in the role of Daniel, the father of Mercedes Mason's character, Ofelia. Blades was originally reported as in contention for the role on the "Walking Dead" companion series earlier this month.

Premieres on AMC in 2015


The CW has released a clip from tonight's season finale that features a conversation between Barry Allen and Harrison Wells.

Speaking of the season finale, executive producer Andrew Kreisberg revealed to Entertainment Weekly that the episode is a bit of a tearjerker.

"It's incredibly emotional," said Kreisberg. "When we had the table read for that episode, everybody just started crying. Usually when we have the table reads, I read the stage directions, and after a while I just stopped because everybody was in tears and quiet. We've worked really hard to build up these believable relationships between everybody throughout the course of the season. We did the greatest hits of all the scenes that made us cry over the season and put them all in the finale again."

Returns this Fall on the CW


Empire has reported on a recent interview with Phil Lord about the upcoming live-action "Flash" film he's developing with partner Chris Miller.

"We're trying to break a story," said Lord. "It's interesting, because there's a really popular TV show out there, and we're trying to carve out space for the movie that's apart from that. I think we're doing alright. I believe [our Flash] is going to be Barry Allen. We're more trying to stick with the cinematic universe. [Our Flash] really is its own thing, and kind of a standalone movie. We're just trying to think of the best story. It's kind of a different take on superhero stuff."

Opens in 2018


In a recent interview with GQ, Chris Pratt spoke a little bit about his contract -- which looks to include future non-"Guardians" Marvel movies.

"I'm tied to doing three more, or five more, 'Guardians of the Galaxy' or whatever it is, you know, two more 'Guardians' plus another couple..." GQ guesses that Pratt means he's committed to a trilogy of "Guardians" films and additional Marvel movies in which Star-Lord will make a guest appearance.

Opens May 5, 2017


Over the weekend, Marvel screened a clip from the "Guardians of the Galaxy" animated series for the crowd at Atlantic City Boardwalk Con's Marvel Unlimited panel. Stitch Kingdom has a detailed rundown of the short -- "Rocket Raccoon 2" -- and notes that the short will be part of a series leading up to the launch of the "Guardians" animated series.


ICV2 has learned that LA-based publisher Humanoids has signed a 3-picture deal with production company Full House. The Paris-based Full House will finance and produce feature films based on the graphic novels "I Am Legion" by Fabien Nury and John Cassaday, "Bouncer" by Alejandro Jodorowsky and Francois Boucq and "The Zombies That Ate The World" by Jerry Frissen and Guy Davis.


TV Line spoke with actress Caity Lotz about her upcoming return as Sara Lance in "Legends of Tomorrow."

"It's going to be big," she teased. "I didn't really know that much about the show and I said, 'I want to do it, I trust you guys.' And when we were shooting our teaser, they were telling me some of the stuff that's going to be happening and I was like, 'This is way cooler than I...' -- not that I didn't think it would be cool, but just stuff that I wasn't even imagining or picturing. I think this is going to be really fun to do." You can check out the full interview below.

In an interview with Buzzfeed, "Flash" star Grant Gustin revealed that a number of "Legends" actors will appear on all three CW DC Comics shows next season.

"Like, I'm on 'Flash,' but as far as a lot of those other characters are concerned, they're just on three TV shows at one time, which is really cool," said Gustin. "Wentworth [Miller, who plays Captain Cold] and Dominic [Purcell, who plays Heat Wave] are on 'Legends,' but they'll be on 'Arrow' and 'Flash,' too. It's like a revolving door for all three shows."

Premieres in 2016 on the CW


Just Jared has posted a number of new set photos that feature Jared Leto's stylish Joker and Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn.

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Opens on August 5, 2016


While "Flash" and "Supergirl" might not be crossing over any time soon, both series' leads appeared in a photoshoot alongside "Supergirl" and "Flash" producer Greg Berlanti for "Variety."

Premieres this November on CBS

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