THE WALKING DEAD
Following last night's episode of "The Walking Dead," EW.com has posted an interview with showrunner Glen Mazzara about the new developments and the [SPOILER] death of Axel[/SPOILER].
"That was a really tough choice because we had to have the Governor exact some revenge," Mazzara told EW. "If he just shot up the prison without resulting in someone’s death it would have looked completely impotent. So now you start looking at characters and which character is going to go. And we evaluated almost every character -- is it time to kill this character or that character? Unfortunately, the axe fell [SPOILER]Axel’s way. It was tough because there may have been more story with him. I think we were just finding that character. I loved what he added.[/SPOILER] It was just that someone had to go and that was a really, really tough choice. That was something that I wrestled with almost more than say, Lori, because I knew we were getting story out of Lori’s death. So this was a different kind of death that was tied into the existing story but it didn’t prompt further story. I did really feel that loss. That was a tough one. I wish…. I didn’t see another way out of it."
Here's a sneak peek at next week's episode, "I Ain't A Judas."
Airs Sundays on AMC
IRON MAN 3
Although not as exciting as Don Cheadle in Iron Patriot armor, the official Marvel Twitter has posted a new poster of Guy Pierce as Aldrich Killan.
Opens May 3
"S.H.I.E.L.D." star Clark Gregg posed a non-spoiler description of a scene for the show's pilot via Twitter.
I am defying security protocols to tweet a one word summation of the scene I'm shooting today on #s.h.i.e.l.d.SQUEEEEEEE!— Clark Gregg (@clarkgregg) February 7, 2013
Meanwhile, Max Hernandez (who plays Agent Sitwell in the Marvel Studios shorts) had a tease that may apply to a future Marvel cameo, although he didn't specify that it was for "S.H.I.E.L.D."
I like my Amador suit. But I may have to dust off another suit. And glasses. Nuff said!— Max Hernandez (@maxitois4real) February 14, 2013
GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY
Last week, it was reported that Jason Momoa is in talks to play Drax in "Guardians of the Galaxy." However, THR's Borys Kit states the deal isn't yet closed.
Clarity Alert: My sources are telling me Jason Momoa TESTED for Drax the Destroyer/GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY but at this time has NO offer.— Borys Kit (@Borys_Kit) February 15, 2013
Opens August 1, 2014
STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS
The Huffington Post spoke with Zachary Quinto about his interpretation of Mr. Spock in J.J. Abrams' "Star Trek Into Darkness."
"It's definitely my own interpretation, Leonard [Nimoy] and I obviously spent time working together on the first film and became very good friends and are still very close and speak of the character from time to time," Quinto told The Huffington Post. "He was very clear about wanting to hand it [the character of Spock] to somebody that he could trust and that would respect the character the same way that he did. We are very different people and we come at the experience from very different perspectives and invariably it is going to be unique to me even though it is a character he created. I think J.J. really supported that as well, he wanted all of us to bring our own points of view and perspectives to the characters we are recreating. I think all of us have done that and I think that now that we are into our second film the thing that was most important to all of us was maintaining our sense of personal integrity and personal relationships to the characters we set."
Opens May 17
Check out this new, extended promo for this week's episode of "Arrow" entitled "Dodger."
Airs Wednesdays on the CW
SIN CITY: A DAME TO KILL FOR
"Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" director Robert Rodriguez posted a behind-the-scenes photo on Twitter of Josh Brolin as Dwight McCarthy.
Opens October 4
X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST
Tidbits keep trickling out about Peter Dinklage's role in "X-Men: Days of Future Past." Following the revelation that Dinklage will play the movie's primary villain, MTV cites an anonymous source that confirms Dinklage's role as Bolivar Trask, creator of the mutant-hunting Sentinels.
Opens July 18, 2014
Disney/Pixar has released a new trailer for "Monsters University." Check it out.
Opens June 21
MORTAL KOMBAT: LEGACY
Machinima has posted a trailer for season two of the popular "Mortal Kombat: Legacy" live-action series.