COMIC REEL: "X-Men: Apocalypse's" Post-Credit Scene; Tom Cavanagh's Return to "The Flash"


Fox's "X-Men: Apocalypse" opened Friday at the North American box office with $26.4 million on its way to a projected $80 million to $85 million Memorial Day weekend.

The post-credit scene in "X-Men: Apocalypse" also provides clues as to who Richard E. Grant could be playing in "Wolverine 3." Check out the full break down on that scene here.

Currently in theaters


When Harrison Wells decided to return to Earth-2 on the season finale of "The Flash," audiences were left wondering if actor Tom Cavanagh would be back next season as a series regular. While Cavanagh is not at liberty to say in what capacity he'll be returning, he will be a series regular next season. It's likely he'll play the real Harrison Wells from Earth-1, if Season 3 is indeed taking a page from DC Comics' "Flashpoint."

Returns this fall on The CW


Norman Reedus and Andrew Lincoln took part in a Red Nose Day campaign to raise money through Comic Relief. In the video below they spoof "The Walking Dead" as a comedy/variety show, featuring the talents of Nerdist's Chris Hardwick, "Community's" Yvette Nicole Brown and "Jurassic Park's" Jeff Goldblum.

Returns this fall on AMC


While FX still has "Legion" in development, series creator Noah Hawley has given an update on the direction he wishes to take the show and its audience. "I always feel like the structure of a story should reflect the content of the story. If the story, as in this case, is about a guy who is either schizophrenic or he has these abilities, i.e., he doesn't know what's real and what's not real, then the audience should have the same experience."

In development at FX


Fox has set a date for James Cameron and Robert Rodriguez's live-action adaptation of the cyberpunk manga "Battle Angel Alita." The live action manga adaptation Arriving in theaters July 20, 2018, the film will reportedly star "Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials" actress Rosa Salazar.

Opens in theaters July 2018


In the video below, via TVLine, Rose McIver shares how Liv was devastated by Drake's death, heartbroken by Clive and Dale's breakup, and the possibility of rekindling romance with Major.

Returns this fall on The CW

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