Detective Pikachu adds to its wild cast. The Predator activates its cloaking device for some reshoots in Vancouver. Krypton introduces... Superman’s cape? Plus, one of the Legends of Tomorrow gets her own money-saving bottle episode! Behold, Spoilers!
Suki Waterhouse (Assassination Nation) is the latest to join the cast of Detective Pikachu. Her role is currently undisclosed. [THR]
AVP Galaxy reports The Predator is heading back to Vancouver, March 12th-29th for last-minute reshoots.
Evangeline Lilly confirmed The Wasp will have a limited role in Avengers 4 during a recent Q&A on Instagram.
I will appear in Avengers 4… not very much, so don’t get your hopes up. Not going to be a ton. But I’m in there! And I’m proud to be in there. And I’m stoked to be in there.
I had so much fun on the Avengers 4 film set because they made it like a party, it was right around Christmas time and it was just like they had this tent set up with Christmas carols, with Christmas lights, and music, so every time we would be on set or walk off the set we’d walk into this really festive environment and I was surrounded by all these rock stars who are super cool people in real life and we all got to know each other. Robert Downey Jr. would have us to his tent for lunch and we’d all sit down and have lunch together. It ended up being what I think a lot of fans think a lot of fans imagine its like on a film set with a bunch of film stars, which usually it isn’t. Usually film stars all go to their own trailers and disappear and don’t talk to one another and they get on the phone with their wife or their husband or their agent or their the CEO of a company that they’re running and they’ve got something to do during their lunch hour, and sometimes it can be a really lonely place to be, on a film set. But Avengers was the polar opposite of that. It was this community, and it was fun, and people were really warm and kind.
The full trailer for The Towering Inferno times a hundred disaster film made its way online in the dead of night.
Plus, Dwayne Johnson leaps from an impossibly tall crane (four Godzillas, maybe?) and into the shattered window of the film’s flaming namesake on the poster for Skyscraper, courtesy of /Film.
You either die or become a sparrow in the film’s Super Bowl spot.
“Something’s making giant waves in the gene pool” in the latest TV spot for Annihilation.
Doug Jones, Lee Meriwether (Catwoman in Batman: The Movie), Adrienne Barbeau (Catwoman in Batman: The Animated Series), Lynn Lowry (Cat People), Dale Midkiff (Pet Semetary), John Franklin (Cousin Itt in The Addams Family), both Kelli Maroney, Michael Berryman and more star in the trailer for an upcoming horror-comedy about a possessed house cat.
Speaking with TV Guide, Joel Kinnaman confirmed he’s probably not returning for season two.
I don’t think so, no. We have no idea what the second season would be, but my guess is that they would follow the two other books, and they are all on completely different planets, completely different worlds, and my guess is — and I don’t know — my guess is that it’s sort of going to be an anthology show where maybe a couple of the characters continue into the next season. But no one knows what’s going on in the second season.
Ash takes on such sensitive subjects as sex, college and driving in his latest parenting segments.
Comic Book reports that Zari will get her own Groundhog’s Day-inspired time loop episode titled, “Here I Go Again.” According to actress Amy Pemberton:
In this one, all the cast are frozen, so I don’t get to interact with them. The last episode I did was with Arthur and Caity a lot. This one’s mostly with Tala. Everyone else is kind of frozen and she’s just observing what’s going on.
Here’s the synopsis:
After the team returns from a mission, Zari (Tala Ashe) finds herself trapped in a time loop that results in the Waverider blowing up over and over again. Zari soon begins to suspect that the answer to stop what is happening might lie hidden among her fellow shipmates’ secrets. But in investigating them she starts to understand her place on the team.
Barry Allen forms an unlikely alliance with four of the season’s more memorable metahumans in pictures from tomorrow’s episode, “True Colors.” More available at Buddy TV.
The cast talks Jefferson Pierce’s return to crimefighting in the latest featurette from the CW.
Finally, Jor-El gets his own Jor-El (Seyg-El?) in the latest spot for Krypton — introducing Superman’s cape!