COMIC REEL: "Wonder Woman" Rumor Emerges Regarding Film's Setting; New "Gotham" Pic Reveals Tigress


Heroic Hollywood has heard a new rumor from an unspecified source about when "Wonder Woman" will take place. According to a source "in Hollywood," the first half of the movie will take place during World War I with the second half catching up to the present day.

Opens June 23, 2017


During her panel at Fan Expo Canada, Hayley Atwell revealed that Black Widow agent Dottie Underwood (Bridget Regan) will return in season two.

"Oh, she's a slippery bitch," said Atwell of the villain. "We haven't seen the last of her. Peggy has male baddies that she fights, but to have someone who is physically her equal -- she's a Black Widow, incredibly capable and very smart -- I think that shows some balance for Peggy, like a flip side of the same coin. You'll see more of her in Season 2."

Returns to ABC in 2016


Mack and Daisy Johnson appear in a new episode still from TV Line.


While speaking with Collider at Dragon Con, Katie Cassidy opened up about the Black Canary's role in "Arrow" season four.

"I'm really happy because I like the direction they've gone with my character," said Cassidy. "I'm not the girlfriend or the love interest, I actually have my own storyline. I'm not just there to serve as a love interest. Yeah, I'm sure at some point, hopefully ... not to be selfish on a personal level, they'll cast someone to potentially be my love interest. It'll probably happen and I like that I have my own storyline aside from Team Arrow as well; I have my own identity.

"Honestly, I don't know when they would do it because Laurel, right now, being on the team and being a part of it is still so new to her, that's just where she's focused, owning what she's doing, owning herself, the Black Canary, and proving herself," she continued. "I think she's living that world and is supportive of Oliver and Felicity."

DC has released two new official photos of Diggle's new costume, too.


ComicBookMovie has posted what could be a leaked bit of promo art from "Civil War" depicting Captain America's team.


Jay Garrick makes an appearance in the latest teaser for "Flash's" second season.

In an interview with EP Gabrielle Stanton, TV Line learned that Harrison Wells (Tom Cavanagh) will return in season two in some unrevealed capacity.

"Harrison Wells will be back, but he's going to be a very different Harrison Wells than we've seen before," said Stanton. "We've got other worlds. We've got other timelines. All I'm going to say is he's from one of those places."

Returns October 6 on the CW


TV Line has revealed a new picture of Tigress (Jessica Lucas), who joins the show for season two.


ComicBook.com has a report from Karen Gillan's appearance at Fan Expo Canada wherein the actress talks about her return as Nebula in "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2."

"I can say, that I have not read the script yet," said Gillan. "I will be back. And I still don't know if I'm going to be bald or not." When asked again if there's a chance Nebula won't have a shaved head, Gillan replied, "There's a possibility. I don't know why or how, but there is."

Opens May 5, 2017


TV Line also has a picture from the upcoming season of "iZombie" featuring David Anders' Blaine.


DC has released a behind the scenes look at the making of the "Legends of Tomorrow" sizzle reel.

Premieres in 2016 on the CW


There's a new featurette for CBS' "Supergirl" that features the cast and crew of the show discussing what sets Supergirl apart.

Premieres October 26 on CBS

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