CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR
CBM has spotted another alternate take on the standard "Civil War" poster, this one featuring both Captain America and Iron Man in their helmets.
Opens May 6, 2016
AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.
ABC has released a new clip for tonight's episode of "S.H.I.E.L.D," "Watchdogs."
There are also new pics for next week's ep, "Spacetime."
CBR also has an interview with Elizabeth Henstridge and Iain De Caestecker wherein they discuss the state of Fitz and Simmons' relationship.
"In a way, it feels to me like we've earned this moment of calm a little bit; that you can't have too much volatility in a relationship and you can't ask too much of the audience to be like, 'Okay, now you need to care about this massive argument too.' You need to earn that. They've been through so much and have nearly lost each other so many times that for them where they are at the moment, we don't know what's happening, we don't know what our relationship is going to turn into, or if we're going to be friends or more, any of that stuff, but it doesn't really matter because at least we're both alive and on the same planet."
Airs Tuesdays on ABC
Superhero Hype caught up with director James Wan at WonderCon and asked him if Patrick Wilson, whose voice can be heard as the President of the United States in "Batman v Superman," might have a role in "Aquaman." Wan previously worked with Wilson on "The Conjuring" and "Insidious."
“You just might!” said Wan, when asked about Wilson's possible role.
Wan also had plenty more to say about "Aquaman" during his WonderCon appearance. He spoke about the tone he wants the film to have: "I would love to capture the fun spirit of high-sea adventures, treasure hunts, sea monsters. That’s the spirit that I’m going for. Swashbuckling."
He also spoke about Zack Snyder's involvement with the film. "Well, I think the story that I would like to tell is still at the end of the day my story," Wan told CinemaBlend. "And that's what’s cool with Zack [Snyder], is that he's actually very respectful of that. He's actually helping me out in some ways with certain things that he's doing with his [films] so that I can have better groundwork with the standalone Aquaman story."
Opens July 27, 2018
BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE
While speaking with CB.com at "BvS'" red carpet premiere, Diane Lane spoke about the DC film's relationship with the real world.
“It’s not a break. It’s not a reprieve," said Lane. "Where a lot of these films tend to be a vacay, the real world feels gentle after this film because if this stuff started to really happen, that wouldn’t be cool. We would all be freaking out, and that’s where this film takes us to.”
Producer Deborah Snyder also spoke with Collider about -- Spoiler alert -- the film's Flash cameo. Following Batman's hellish "knightmare" of a world overrun by Superman and his shock troops, a possibly-dreaming Bruce Wayne encounters a time-traveling Flash, who has run back in time to warn him of future events.
“This was kind of the opposite [of 'Breaking Bad'] because we had the script and it wasn’t in the script," said Snyder, referring to "Breaking Bad's" penchant to take plot turns without knowing where they may lead. "As we started, then we worked on our script, I think we were in the middle of shooting and we started working on the outline for the next movie and where they go, and Zack said, ‘Oh my God let’s add this moment that is gonna pay off down the road, and we’ll find out more information.’” Flash is next expected to pop up in 2017's "Justice League" film, which will be directed by Zack Snyder and begins production in mid-April.
Warner Bros. also released a deleted scene from "BvS" that features Lex Luthor communicating with a creature.
Opens March 25, 2016
Airs Mondays on Fox
Fox has released a promo for the next "Lucifer" episode, which is titled "St. Lucifer."
Airs Mondays on Fox
You can read a recap of last night's Supergirl and Flash team-up right here. Executive producers Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg spoke in-depth about the crossover, bringing up the likelihood of a future crossover with "Arrow."
"For me, [The Flash] was the door, the gateway," Berlanti said. "He was the only one who had the capacity to really open that door, and hopefully now it's open. In a perfect world, it probably would have been both of them -- it's not just 'The Flash,' it's 'Arrow,' too. But logistically that would have been a nightmare at this point in the year to try and do it to both shows."
Italia Ricci also spoke with CBR about her debut as Silver Banshee.
"We had three separate hair and makeup tests. The first look was quite a bit different than what she ended up looking like. It was more of a kabuki-face paint thing," said Ricci. "Then it was a long black and white wig. It was very full. It was almost sort of Tim Burton-y. They wanted to add prosthetics, so I went and got fitted. Then we did another test and another test. Originally, she slowly turns into Silver Banshee and then that's her permanent form. But, they wanted to keep the option open of her turning into Siobhan. Livewire sort of creates this look for her. We wanted it to be something she puts on."
Airs Mondays on CBS
Brendan Hines ("Lie to Me," "Suits") will co-star in Amazon and Sony's pilot for "The Tick," which was ordered to series a few weeks ago. According to Deadline, Hines will play Superian, a "superhero with issues." He joins the already growing cast, which includes Peter Serafinowicz as The Tick, Griffin Newman as The Tick's sidekick Arthur, and Valorie Curry as Arthur's sister Dot.