S.H.I.E.L.D., The Walking Dead, Sin City: A Dame To Kill For: February 5th Comic Reel


Ryan Penagos, Executive Editorial Director of Marvel Digital Media, posted this video on Marvel's official YouTube channel detailing a visit to the super-secret "S.H.I.E.L.D." set.

The first look is a blink-and-you'll-miss-it sort of thing, but it's better than nothing.


Here's a new clip from the midseason premiere of "The Walking Dead," which shows Tyreese and his group of survivors trying to get along with Rick's group in the prison.

EW spoke with current showrunner Glen Mazzara about the back half of the third season and what viewers can expect from the confrontation between the Governor and Rick's group.

"One of the things I'm excited about is we're on the path for this showdown, and the Governor and Rick have still not seen each other as we went through those first eight episodes," Mazzara told EW. "They know about each other and each one realizes that the other guy can threaten everything that he has spent the past year building. And the Governor is certainly a big threat to Rick and can destroy his entire group, and the Governor sees Rick as a threat that can destroy all of his plans by showing that he was not the most powerful force in this world -- that he was unable to protect Woodbury. Rick and Michonne and the group came in and sucker-punched him. So both guys now have a vendetta against each other."

Midseason premiere airs February 10 on AMC


The cast of Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller's "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" continues to grow as Variety reports Stacy Keach, best known for his role in "American History X" as Cameron Alexander, has joined the cast as mob boss Wallenquist, described by creator Frank Miller as "the one man who can't be redeemed in Sin City. He's pure evil."

Keach joins newcomers Josh Brolin, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Dennis Haysbert and the recently cast Eva Green alongside returning actors Mickey Rourke, Jessica Alba, Bruce Willis and Rosario Dawson.

Opens October 4


Spinoff Online has posted a new rumor about plans for the "Star Wars" franchise in the coming years -- this time, it's that a new set of spinoff stand-alone projects will center around Yoda. The report from Ain't It Cool News also suggests George Lucas had thought about a Jabba the Hutt idea at one point. Right now, it's just a rumor and if history on "Star Wars" rumors is any indication, it'll likely get denied quickly if it's not true.


MTV spoke with "Transformers" franchise producer Lorenzo Di Bonaventura about what to expect from Michael Bay's upcoming "Transformers 4" sequel starring Mark Wahlberg.

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Yahoo! Movies has posted a look at the new viral marketing campaign for "G.I. Joe: Retaliation," which urges people to join up with Cobra. The posters and ad urge people to go to CobraSpecialForces.com for more information.

Opens March 28

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