COMIC REEL: "X-Men's" Shipp Talks Storm's First Brush With Apocalypse; Mystery Character Spotted On "Flash" Set


Collider has posted their set visit interview with Alexandra Shipp wherein she goes into Storm's role as one of Apocalypse's Horsemen as well as her role in the larger film. Shipp detailed the scene wherein she meets Apocalypse for the first time:

"Which is the first, kind of my first opening scene, is you see me in Cairo, and he's speaking whatever ancient language because he's just woken up and I'm speaking Arabic," said Shipp. "I'm trying to communicate with him, and then he has this moment where he figures out where he is, what's happened, what date it is, and he ... Apocalypse doesn't need to say much. All he has to do is just be like, 'I'm here, I'm what you've been looking for.' And you just feel it right in your gut, and you're like, 'Right, you are exactly what I've been looking for. You are exactly what I need right now.' I think that he can see that, and he could also see the power. I feel like when you're the most powerful, you're also the most self-conscious about it."

Opens May 27, 2016


A new clip from "S.H.I.E.L.D.'s" 2016 premiere episode sees Lance Hunter wanting a boost.

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- Agents of SHIELD (@AgentsofSHIELD) March 5, 2016

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Henry Cavill shared a new pic of Superman strutting on his Facebook page.


Character posters for Team Cap -- Captain America (Chris Evans), Falcon (Anthony Mackie), Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan), Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen), Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) and Ant-Man (Paul Rudd) -- have been released.


The Twitter account Canadagraphs paid a visit to the "Flash" set and noticed a new costumed character. CBM has guessed that this character could be Armando Ramon, Cisco's brother, since the costume bears a strong resemblance to Armando's Rupture identity.

Dropped by #TheFlash set for a bit tonight....and who is THIS?

Someone guessed Sickle... but doesn't look right. pic.twitter.com/cEuoLRmIjZ

- Canadagraphs (@canadagraphs) March 5, 2016

Airs Tuesdays on the CW


TV Insider has learned that Matchbox 20 lead singer Rob Thomas will have a guest role on "iZombie" -- the CW series executive produced by another Rob Thomas. Thomas (the musician) will be hired by Steven Weber's Vaughn Du Clark to perform the jingle for the energy drink Super Max. TV Insider notes that the jingle will be heard in the April 5 episode and Rob Thomas will appear in the season finale on April 12, performing one of his songs at the Super Max launch party.

Airs Tuesdays on the CW


Joseph Gordon-Levitt announced over the weekend that he has stepped away from the feature film adaptation of "Sandman."

RE: SANDMANSo, as you might know if you like to follow these sorts of things, a while back, David Goyer and I made a...

Posted by Joseph Gordon-Levitt on Saturday, March 5, 2016

"Sandman" creator Neil Gaiman responded to the news saying that his respect for Gordon-Levitt is "undiminished" and he wishes to work with him in the future.


Harley Quinn makes her live-action debut in August's "Suicide Squad," and Margot Robbie's version of the character bears more resemblance to how the character's been portrayed recently than how she looked when she debuted over 20 years ago. But, as Robbie told Hello Giggles, they did try out the jester suit -- as well as many, many other alternates.

"Oh, we tried on every variation of the costume," said Robbie. "I cannot emphasis enough how many outfits, and how many variations of the Harley Quinn costume we tried. We tried the court jester costume, we tried the corset and skirt, we tried leather pants, we tried literally every type of costume possible for her. I really love where we ended up. And who knows, maybe in the sequels we'll go with the court jester one. I think there's a world of possibilities."

Opens on August 5, 2016


You can read a recap of last night's "Walking Dead" episode right here, and you can see a sneak preview and trailer for next week's ep below.

ComicBook.com spoke with Michael Cudlitz about the end of Abraham and Rosita's relationship as seen in last night's episode.

"I don't know what they left in there but I think she forged him into that. I don't mean to blame her, obviously he's the one who f---ed up in the sense of, 'Is it f---ed up to fall in love with someone else?' You know?" said Cudlitz. "I don't know. When you're in a world where everything has been rebuilt or they're trying to rebuild and you're not a character who lies and you are a character who would rather not hurt somebody, if you fall in love with somebody, how do you best do that? I don't think Abraham is equipped to handle that in any other way other than to be honest about it. I think he's processing it and he knows that he has to leave and he's come to the conclusion that he has to leave and he's like, 'Well, I'm gonna leave. It's gonna be easy.' And she's like, 'Why? Why? Why?' She's pushing for the why. He doesn't really have the words to do it in a soft gentle way in that moment but it certainly pains him to do it. I think he's much more used to dealing with men. It's just the way it is is the way it is. He's not good at doing that, apparently. I'm sure the character is gonna get some blow back and I'm gonna get some blow back because people aren't gonna be happy about that but that's life. I don't think he is equipped to handle it in any other way."

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