As reported by Coming Soon, IMAX and 20th Century Fox have announced that "X-Men: Apocalypse" will be digitally re-mastered into the IMAX 3D format for release in IMAX theaters worldwide.
"After the record-setting worldwide success of 'Deadpool' earlier this year, we are thrilled to keep the momentum going with our partners at Fox by offering overseas movie-goers the opportunity to see 'X-Men: Apocalypse' - the most thrilling installment yet of this global and iconic franchise - in IMAX 3D," said Greg Foster, Senior Executive Vice President, IMAX Corp. and CEO of IMAX Entertainment.
Actor Alexandra Shipp has released a new photo of herself as Storm via her Twitter.
- Alexandra Shipp (@AlexShipppp) April 5, 2016
Opens May 27, 2016
AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.
IGN has posted a scene from last night's episode, a one-take fight scene starring Chloe Bennet's Daisy Johnson.
Airs Tuesdays on ABC
"This is the episode where you find out who's in the grave," Guggenheim told reporters following a screening of this Wednesday's episode. "Dead is not goodbye," he added, while also acknowledging that the death is permanent.
"It's going to be huge and significant," said Mericle. "There's no question that it is going to be shocking. It was a shocking thing for us to process and to write the aftermath. We really wanted to make sure that we did it in a way that was very honorable and gave us space to honor all the characters' various reactions to it. The episodes we've written in the aftermath are devastating. They're meant to be. We wanted to explore that and have everybody feel the impact of this loss."
Airs Wednesdays on the CW
CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR
According to a media alert for the upcoming red carpet premiere for "Captain America: Civil War," Alfre Woodard and Jim Rash are also in "Civil War's" cast. Newsarama spotted the pair's addition to the cast. According to some of Screen Crush's unnamed sources, Woodard will play the mother of an American citizen that was killed during "Avengers: Age of Ultron's" final battle in Sokovia. She's rumored to have a scene with Tony Stark where she "lays both guilt and blame at him for the death of her son."
Opens May 6, 2016
Heroic Hollywood has heard from unnamed sources that Ryan Reynolds' contract negotiations for "Deadpool 2" have been closed, and that he will return for the sequel. Aside from greenlighting the sequel, no official announcement of Reynolds' return nor the release date has been made.
The CW has released a catch-up video for the episode "Flash Back."
There's also a new featurette focusing on the special effects from the past few episodes.
Footage of "Arrow's" Katie Cassidy filming her scenes as Black Siren on "Flash's" Vancouver set has made its way online, and it shows off the actress's complete Black Siren look.
- Lia [D-15] (@Diva_Jong) April 1, 2016
Airs Tuesdays on the CW
The CW has released a promo for the season finale episodes of "iZombie," "Dead Beat" and "Salivation Army."
Airs Tuesdays on the CW
ComicBook.com has reported on a song that might be from the upcoming "Suicide Squad" film. The song comes from Skrillex and Rick Ross and was debuted during a live Skrillex show at Atlantic City's Wav Nightclub on April 2. The song's connection with the film has not been confirmed, but you can hear Rick Ross include phrases like "Killer Croc" and "purple Lamborghini" (which is what Joker drives in the film) in the first few seconds of the clip.
Opens on August 5, 2016
CBS has aired a promo for the upcoming "Myriad" episode of "Supergirl."
Airs Mondays on CBS
THE WALKING DEAD
"We kind of made a pact with each other, just because personally and professionally one of us is going," said Lincoln, referring to the fact that one of the cast members crouched in front of Negan won't be back in season seven. "These people are lovely, dear friends. Including myself one of us is gonna get it."
Lincoln called the killing of a character, a process that "Walking Dead" cast members have endured many times before, has become both "upsetting" and "too precious" to really talk about publicly -- especially considering that the final fate of one of the survivors has been left a mystery until the season seven premiere.
"There are certain things that become sacred on set and I'm afraid, I'm one of these people going, 'I can't talk about it,'" said Lincoln when asked if he knew which character was meeting their end. "Every time we've lost somebody on the show they've been instrumental in story telling. It's the same thing. We lock up shop. We linked arms, got our knees, and said, 'You know what? Let's not discuss this. It's painful. No apologies.'"
"Cliffhangers have been happening since the beginning of entertainment, so they makes sense. I know what happens and it's gut-wrenching to me," he shared. When asked point-black if Daryl died, he said, "I can't tell you that!"
However, he did discuss how his castmates reacted to the episode, saying, "Josh [McDermitt] threw his script, Andy [Lincoln] was late to work because he couldn't sleep all night, Lauren [Cohan] broke out into tears. We had crew members crying while we were filming. It was heavy."
Returns this fall on AMC
Now that "Wonder Woman" has moved production to Italy to shoot the film's Themyscira senes, more photos of the film's Amazons have appeared online. These new pictures of a small army of Amazons in armor and on horseback, possibly preparing for conflict with a small boat full of soldiers.
Opens June 23, 2017