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There's nothing exactly revealing in the Instagram photo, besides a first look at Tip Harris and David Dastmalchian maybe in costume, but Evangeline Lilly's caption offers a vague hint at their characters.
The first 2 and a half minutes of the première episode of Marvel's Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 2 is now online for you to take a look at. In this scene, we get reacquainted with some old friends while a couple of new faces (Nick Blood and Lucy Lawless) also get in on the action.
A full gallery of character images for The Flash highlight Grant Gustin as Barry Allen, Danielle Panabaker as Caitlin Snow, Rick Cosnett as Det. Eddie Thawne, Jesse L. Martin as Det. Joe West, Carlos Valdes as Cisco Ramon, Tom Cavanagh as Harrison Wells and Candice Patton as Iris West...
Like the Avengers: Age of Ultron footage, someone seemingly with an eidetic memory has utilized the leaked Comic-Con footage audio for Ant-Man, and whipped up some storyboards. Check out the video!
In an interview with Playboy, director David Fincher gave some new and interesting details about his defunct 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea movie. Oh, and if you were hoping Fincher might direct a superhero film one day, think again. He thinks they're "dull."
A fantastic new batch of stills have been released from the season three premiere of Arrow ("The Calm"), and they give us a look at Oliver Queen in action as The Arrow, Roy Harper suited up as Arsenal, Superman Returns star Brandon Routh as Ray Palmer, and much, much more...
I guess it's comic book tv show day! Now EW report that Spartacus actor Nick Tarabay has joined the third season of the CW's take on DC's Emerald Archer as a baddie usually more associated with The Flash, Digger Harkness (aka Captain Boomerang).
We're less than a week away from the season premiere of Gotham, and Fox have today released three new TV spots for the prequel series which will put the spotlight on a young Detective Jim Gordon as he battles younger versions of some of Batman's future enemies.
Confirming once and for all that Tony Stark's dear old daddy will be a part of the new Marvel tv series, Variety report that Let's Be Cops actor James D'Arcy has joined the cast of Agent Carter as "Howard Stark's butler." Click on for more..
Joining Supergirl and the Teen Titans, DC Comics have now turned to Sandman character Lucifer (who has appeared in his own Vertigo solo series) for one of their next small screen projects. Fox - who are airing Gotham - have given it a pilot order, and more details can be found here...