COMIC REEL: Ventimiglia Debuts In New "Gotham" Promo; Olsen, Taylor-Johnson Talk "Avengers" Accents


Fox has aired a promo for "Gotham's" return episode, "Beasts of Prey," that features Milo Ventimiglia's debut as Ogre.

TV Guide also has a first look at Milo Ventimiglia in "Gotham."

First look: Heroes vet @MiloVentimiglia turns villain for #Gotham arc. pic.twitter.com/BvUfslqzZV

- TV Guide Magazine (@TVGuideMagazine) March 30, 2015

Airs Mondays on Fox


Marvel has released a new flashback-filled clip from tonight's episode of "S.H.I.E.L.D."

In an interview with CBR, Edward James Olmos discussed how his character, Robert Gonzalez, differs from Director Coulson.

"Gonzales tells them, 'Listen, the burden that we have to carry because we are S.H.I.E.L.D. -- meaning all S.H.I.E.L.D., whether they be Fury, Coulson or myself -- has to be transparent,'" said Olmos. "It has to be because the power is too much. You give that kind of power to one person and you are in trouble. That's what happened with Fury. One guy was running everything. He went up against the World Council.

"At the same time, we're there to protect the public from these advanced-powered people," Olmos continued. "All I can tell you is it's very clearly stated in that scene from last week, that the differences are Coulson leans more toward where Fury comes from. I have to discuss my feelings and ideas with my team. Everybody sitting at that table has the same amount of say-so to what is going to happen. That's the difference. You never saw a team around Fury and you never saw a team around Coulson. You saw the council that dominated Fury."

Airs Tuesdays on ABC


The CW has posted a new featurette that goes inside the upcoming "Public Enemy" episode.

Just adjacent to "Arrow," the show's upcoming spinoff has cast two more actors in pivotal roles. The Wrap reported that "Doctor Who's" Arthur Darvill has joined the cast as the time-traveling Rip Hunter. Additionally, Deadline reported that relative newcomer Ciara Renee will play the Kendra Saunders version of Hawkgirl.

Airs Wednesdays on the CW


ComicBookMovie has a transcription of Andy Serkis' appearance on the red carpet at the Empire Awards where the actor revealed that he is indeed playing Ulysses Klaw in "Age of Ultron."

"Well, I think I can absolutely confirm it's Ulysses Klaw now because I think the news is out," said Serkis. "I sort of noticed that people [on the red carpets] sort of knew that I was Ulysses Klaw, so I thought 'It must be out then'... [My part] was really minimal, but I just loved doing it; it's a great character."

Collider has posted interviews with Elizabeth Olsen and Aaron Taylor-Johnson where the Maximoff twins discuss their characters' accents and point of origin.

"Can I talk about it? It's something we got to create because it's a make believe place," said Olsen. "So it's something that Aaron [Taylor-Johnson] and I with the dialect coach got to create together." When asked about the name of the made up place, Olsen responded, "That I can't talk about. But I got to make it up, so yeah."

"Me and Lizzy [Elizabeth Olsen] have been doing dialect coaching together and trying to get that to sound similar considering that we're playing twins, brother and sister," said Taylor-Johnson. "But you know, her being American and me British. But yeah, it's fun, when I spoke to Joss [Whedon] about it a lot time ago and he approached me for the role, it was one of the things I kind of wanted to keep, you know...one of them was I wanted to have white silver kind of hair to look like the character and the other one was that I could kind of embrace the roots of where he's from, you know, being Eastern European, it would be great to do some kind of accent to enhance that kind of feeling so I'm glad that we're doing it. But like I said [laughs], they might screen it and they might go 'what are they saying?' so you never really know. So I'd like to think they'll keep it that. But with the Marvel guys, they understand, when it comes down to the characters, you know, they're a studio that really cares about their characters, and they have real creative input, and are totally for that, but at the end you always want what's best, so we'll see. Hopefully we'll continue on that route."

Opens May 1


Netflix and Marvel have revealed five character posters for "Daredevil" that combine to form one long image.


The Hollywood Reporter has learned that Brianna Hildebrand has joined the expanding cast of Fox's "Deadpool." The actress will make her feature film debut playing a character named Negasonic Teenage Warhead. Her character is a telepath that also possesses precognitive abilities. THR also notes that Hildebrand is undergoing physical and stunt training for the role, which possibly indicates that this version of Negasonic will be much more hands-on than her comic book counterpart.

Additionally, Ryan Reynolds has chimed in on the ongoing debate regarding "Deadpool's" rating. The star revealed via Twitter today that he is fighting for the merc's movie to receive an R rating.

"@DPklok051: Is it going to be rated R or PG-13?" I want #Deadpool to be R. Always have. Fighting the good fight still. Lotta yelling today.

- Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) March 30, 2015

Opens February 12, 2016


The CW has posted a clip from tonight's "Tricksters" episode of "Flash" that sees Barry snooping around the Trickster's old hangout.

Airs Tuesdays on the CW


Following news yesterday that Scott Eastwood and Raymond Olubowale have joined the cast of "Suicide Squad,"Latino Review has posted a rumor regarding the DC Comics characters both actors will play. The report states that Eastwood -- who previously starred in "Suicide Squad" director David Ayer's "Fury" -- has signed on to play Steve Trevor. It's theorized that the character, most known as Wonder Woman's primary love interest, will debut in "Squad" before moving on to a role in 2017's "Wonder Woman." Additionally, boxer Raymond Olubowale is rumored to be performing motion capture as supervillain King Shark. He's rumored to also have a human role as a member of Amanda Waller's security detail. King Shark has been a notable member of recent incarnations of Suicide Squad, including the version featured in the New 52.

RT! #SUICIDESQUAD #SKWAD #EXCLUSIVE Sources tell me & confirm that Raymond Olubowale is doing MOTION CAPTURE for #KINGSHARK & playing an additional minor role as Amanda Waller's security. But here is a major score: Scott Eastwood is playing STEVE TREVOR in the film which will lead him into #WonderWoman! For context, head over www.latino-review.com for more on this breaking story! #dc #dcmovie #dccu #THEREALDCALLACCESS #SteveTrevor #AMANDAWALLER #ScottEastwood #SCOOP #argus

A photo posted by Umberto Gonzalez (@umbertogonzalez) on

Opens on August 5, 2016


Director Bryan Singer has posted another piece of production art from "Apocalypse" to his Instagram feed, this time revealing that Angel will most likely have a part to play in the film. No actor has been attached to the role, but it could be Ben Hardy, who was cast in an unspecified role and looks very much like Warren Worthington III.

Some production art. #XMEN #XmenApocalypse

A photo posted by Bryan Singer (@bryanjaysinger) on

Opens May 27, 2016

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