COMIC REEL: "Wonder Woman" Wraps London Production; "Supergirl" Cast, Crew Discuss Show's Feminist Themes


As reported by the International Business Times, "Wonder Woman" has wrapped filming in London, which constituted the bulk of principle photography for the movie. The production will move on to Italy, where it will begin shooting, and it's now assumed that the first trailer could be ready in time for this year's Comic-Con International in San Diego.

Actor Stephen Karl tweeted about the London wrap party and shared a picture of himself and star Chris Pine.

Great night performing #wrapparty @Forgedinlondon #chrispine what a nice guy! #magician @DCComics @WonderWomanFilm pic.twitter.com/89YSUvZoph

- Stephen Karl (@realstephenkarl) March 13, 2016

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ABC has released new pictures from "Parting Shot," the upcoming March 22 episode of the series.


A clip from "BvS" tour of Beijing has arrived online, and it includes a quick bit of audio from the film that includes more of Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman voice. The brief sound bite starts 10 seconds in.

A new international trailer for "BvS" has arrived, showing off new fight footage between Batman and Superman.

드디어 기다림은 끝났다! 전세계가 주목한 대결!<배트맨 대 슈퍼맨:저스티스의 시작> 예매 오픈!'신과 인간의 대결 영상' 최초공개!같이 보고 싶은 친구 @소환하고 좋은 좌석 먼저 예매하자!* 지금 예매하기: www.bvs2016.kr

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There's also a new Jeep commercial that features new "BvS" footage.

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Sebastian Stan revealed in an interview with Collider that watching "Civil War" had a profound effect on him.

"I sat there and basically there was a bowl of candy and fruit and gum in front of me and then there were sparkling waters," he explained of his office screening of the film, "and I basically sat on the edge of my couch the entire time and ate through the entire bowl of candy. I was overly stimulated with this movie, which I'm so proud to be in because everyone is fucking awesome in it. Everyone is fucking fantastic. I walked out of it speechless, and I worked on the movie and I was there! I walked out of there and I had back pain from leaning."

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The AOL series "Build" featured an appearance from "Daredevil" cast members Charlie Cox, Deborah Ann Woll, Elden Henson and Elodie Yung and also included a new clip from the season depicting Elektra and Daredevil teaming up.

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Archie Comics Chief Creative Officer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa announced over the weekend on Twitter that newcomer Casey Cott has landed the role of Kevin Keller in "Riverdale," The CW's Archie Comics drama. Cott tweeted about his experience so far.

Yesterday was a day of firsts for me. First table read, first hair coloring, first chest wax. #Riverdale

- Casey Cott (@CaseyCott) March 12, 2016


The "Supergirl" cast and crew took part in a PaleyFest panel over the weekend. Deadline has a rundown of the events, which saw the crew talk about the show's feminist themes.

"I have two girls, and right before taking this job my husband was really challenging me in the sense of like 'think about what this opportunity is and think about what it means to you and look at our little girls and if you don't have a resounding yes [about being on Supergirl] then you're crazy," said Chyler Leigh, who plays Alex Danvers. "For little girls, there's so much on TV that is influential especially towards the younger ages. To be a part of something that's telling a very powerful story in many different ways from many different perspectives, especially from a women's standpoint but also from little girl's standpoint ... is rewarding."

Executive producer Ali Adler added, "And that's not just confined to little girls or women. I think the most exciting thing for me is the feeling that everyone feeling the strength of Supergirl regardless of gender."

In response to a question, Jeremy Jordan suggested that his character Winn Schott should be gay. While EP Greg Berlanti said "there's no immediate plans" to add an LGBT character to the cast, he acknowledged that "these shows work best when they really reflect our entire society. We always want to keep adding to the characters and the cast and adding people so that everyone can watch the show and see some piece of themselves. I think what's really always rewarding is when people watch the show and see some piece of themselves in a character that they wouldn't think they'd have that much in common with."

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You can read a recap of last night's episode right here. AMC has also released a clip and promo for next week's episode, "Twice As Far."

Variety has an interview with Melissa McBride about Carol's role in last night's episode. McBride spoke about Carol and Daryl's reunion scene in the episode.

"I imagine it's been difficult for both [Carol and Daryl]," said McBride of their separation. "If Carol is trying to create this happy homemaker image with the sweaters -- I'm certain that they're still bonded at the hip, because they've been through so much together and they have a common history -- but it's hard for him to see her like that. And it's hard for her to be like that with him looking. I can't speak for Daryl but I would imagine it's very difficult, and yet they've always had an unspoken understanding and it's still there for sure."

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Golden Link has revealed their line of "X-Men: Apocalypse" concession products.

Opens May 27, 2016

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