Supergirl casts another DC comics character. The cast and crew of Doctor Strange discuss the Sorcerer Supreme’s origins. Syfy has three new shows in the works—including a Grant Morrison adaptation. Plus, new looks at Resident Evil: The Final Chapter and the return of Gotham. To me, my Spoilers!
Tom Holland has posted a cryptic new image to Instagram of him and several other members of the Homecoming cast at Porsche’s headquarters in Atlanta, where the film is currently in production.
While it might be a personal visit during a break from filming, Porsche’s HQ was actually used in Age of Ultron and Civil War as the location of the New Avengers’ base, so there’s a good chance Spider-Man pays the building a visit in the film.
Cliff Curtis has joined the cast as the Operations Chief aboard the Mana One, the underwater research base periled by Meg in the film. [Deadline]
The cast and crew explain Stephen Strange’s origin story in a new featurette.
Resident Evil: The Final Chapter
Here’s a new motion picture for the final entry in the saga.
Dichen Lachman has joined the cast as comic book Roulette. In the show, Roulette will be a metahuman who organizes an underground fight club for aliens in National City—and wants Supergirl to enter the ring. [Comic Book]
Jonathan Patrick Moore has been cast as Oliver Kind, “a water conversation specialist who befriends Jane.” [Deadline]
Curtis Armstrong cast has joined the cast as Karl Pierce, “a manipulative and charming former quantum physics professor who’s gone to the dark side.” [Deadline]
Syfy has ordered three new pilots—a series based on Grant Morrisson and Darick Robertson’s graphic novel Happy!, a show based on the 2013 film The Machine, and Haunted, a supernatural thriller. [Deadline]
Kevin Smith tweeted a copy of the script he’s directing, the seventh episode of the season, deliberately covering up the title:
However, keen-eyed fans (who then saturated the image) revealed that you can see the title at the top of the page underneath the cover, revealing what looks to be “Killer Frost” as its title, indicating a return of Caitlin Snow’s villainous alter-ego. [Spoiler TV]
Here’s a synopsis for the second episode, “Metal Saw,” guest-starring Amy Acker:
MacGyver and the team attempt to rescue Sarah (Amy Acker), Jack’s former CIA partner/ex-girlfriend who went missing in Venezuela after she obtained evidence to take down an international arms dealer.
A new teaser image of Miss Quill, played by Katherine Kelly, has been released. [Doctor Who News]
Here’s a trailer for a new British Buffy-esque horror comedy, from the creator of Misfits.
Fish Mooney is certainly wearing... something in these new images from the show’s premiere. More at the link.
And finally, here’s a teaser-y new image from the show’s season two premiere:
Additional reporting by Gordon Jackson. Banner art by Jim Cooke.