As the CW's Arrow continues to add villains to its season 3 roster, the latest addition is Carrie Cutter, aka Cupid. Entertainment Weekly have revealed that she'll be played by Amy Gumenick, formerly of Supernatural. Click on for more.
It's been all Hiro and Baymax thus far, but this new tv ad for Disney's upcoming animated feature Big Hero 6 actually contains some footage of a couple of the other members of the team! Approximately .5 of a second of footage to be exact..
In the first bit of casting news (aside from Hayley Atwell of course) for Marvel's upcoming Agent Carter tv series, THR report that Dollhouse alum Enver Gjokaj has joined the show as Agent Daniel Sousa. More past the jump.
Most of these compilation vids focus on the action scenes, but this very nice Marvel tribute from Gen Kim highlights the quieter moments, and showcases some of the great performances that permeate these movies. The music is "Stay Alive" by José González.
A scanned image from the next issue of Entertainment Weekly provides our first official look at Clark Gregg in his new position as Director Coulson, looking stern as he sits and contemplates in the new S.H.I.E.L.D. headquarters. Take a look after the jump..
October's issue is a massive comic book movie preview. There's coverage of the likes of Ant-Man, Avengers: AOU and Batman V Superman, but their cover features the stars of Matthew Vaughn's upcoming superspy flick, Kingsman: The Secret Service.
As Bucky Barnes prepares to (SPOILER WARNING) this October, we have the first few unlettered pages from Czech writer Ales Kot's new ongoing series, featuring gorgeous arwork by Marco Rudy. Take a look after the jump..
Here we have an international red-band trailer for the adaptation of the Image Comics graphic novel. This collaboration between NAA and Caliber Media features an impressive cast including Cassidy, Buffy alums Michelle Trachtenberg & Eliza Dushku, Gina Gershon, & former adult film star Sasha Grey.
After those cool covers from yesterday, Entertainment Weekly have now released some similarly striking character portraits of Rick, Maggie, Michonne, Glenn and Daryl. There's also a funny snap of them clowning around. Check them out after the jump.
A new still from Fox's upcoming Batman prequel series provides our first look at The Penguin's dear old Mommy. Anger Management actress Carol Kane will play the mother of Robin Lord Taylor's Oswald Cobblepot, and it's a safe bet she'll play a part in how he turns out.
Although the Sherlock actor/co-creator only made one brief (but memorable) appearance as Tycho Nestoris in season 4 of the HBO fantasy series, it seems the Iron Bank of Braavos will play a part in the upcoming fifth season too.
Ever since those set snaps of McNairy sporting a pair of green socks popped up online fans have frantically speculated as to which DC character he might be playing. The Flash? Metallo? Captain...Green Legs? An extra from the set may have shed some light..
We've already seen The Thing (Jamie Bell), and now a couple of new leaked snaps from the green screen set of Josh Trank's Fantastic Four reboot give us our first glimpse at a new-look Doctor Doom (Toby Kebbell). Take a look..
According to Deadline, Guy Ritchie and Warner Bros. want Pacific Rim star Charlie Hunnam for the lead in Knights Of The Roundtable: King Arthur. Plus, Elizabeth Olsen is also said to be in line for the female lead.
The CW have released a new 60-second promo for their upcoming small-screen take on DC's fastest man alive. See a few new shots of Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) and his team of grinning teenagers taking on the might of the Weather Wizard after the jump.
After those awesome The Walking Dead season 5 covers from earlier on, EW have now posted our first official look at The Wire actor Seth Gilliam as fan-favorite character, Father Gabriel Stokes. Check out the new still after the jump.
Lionsgate have released a new series of character posters for the upcoming third Hunger Games flick. Meet Distinct 13 rebels Cressida (Natalie Dormer), Gale (Liam Hemsworth), Messalla (Evan Ross), Boggs (Mahershala Ali), Castor (Wes Chatham) and Pollux (Elden Henson).
A brand new UK one-sheet and full trailer for Alexandre Aja's supernatural thriller have been released, featuring plenty of new footage. See Daniel Radcliffe (the Harry Potter movies) get his demon on after the jump.
Entertainment Weekly have debuted four different covers for their upcoming issue, giving us new looks at Daryl Dixon, Glenn and Maggie, Michonne, and a bloody-knuckled Rick Grimes from the highly anticipated fifth season of AMC's The Walking Dead.
Yesterday we got a look at the Gotham City jail, and now Batman News have been sent some pics of several Gotham City Police Department vehicles parked in the street outiside. Nothing particularly exciting/revealing of course, but you can see 'em after the jump.
Obviously Miss Lane needs no introduction to comic book fans, but the Daily Planet's Pulitzer Prize winning reporter will now be making the transition to the world of the young adult novel in Lois Lane: Fallout. Click on for details.
The '80s classic is celebrating its 30th anniversary, so Screen Junkies have decided to make it the subject of their latest "Honest Trailer". Between this and Captain America: TWS, they've been turning their attention to some pretty good movies lately!
Warner Bros. has unveiled the official box art and release date for their upcoming video game, LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham. Find out when you'll be able to revisit the blocky little world of Batman, Superman, Joker, Wonder Woman and co. after the jump.
We were fooled by a very well put together fan-made version of this the other day, but now Paramount Pictures and Warner Bros. have released the official IMAX tv spot for Christopher Nolan's upcoming sci-fi epic, Interstellar. Take a look..
Scott's next movie will be another sci-fi adaptation called The Martian with Matt Damon, but once he's done with that the director tells EW he'll be moving right on to the sequels to both Prometheus and Blade Runner; with the latter shooting first.