See Supergirl’s Man of Steel in action with new set footage. Kevin Feige explains why 3D is so important to Doctor Strange. Plus, new looks at Suicide Squad and The Mummy, Vampire Diaries casting, and a creepy new look at The Exorcist. To me, my Spoilers!
Load your webshooters with salt capsules, because rumors are swirling that Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow will make an appearance in the film—presumably alongside Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man. The source, however, is a single report from an Atlanta-based filming Twitter account, which claims that Johansson has been sighted near where the film is currently shooting:
So for now, treat this as some very loose speculation.
Morgan Freeman has been cast as Drosselmeyer, the mysterious godfather of main character Clara. [THR]
According to Kevin Feige, 3D is “necessary” to tell the Doctor Strange story:
There are sequences of the film that 3D is actually necessary to tell the dimensional story that is happening, through visuals. And we’re now finding ourselves in VFX reviews going, ‘Okay we know this is perfect for 3D, this is built for 3D, but the stories gotta work in 2D so how do we adjust it so it still works in 2D?’ But the 3D is going to be amazing.
A new picture from the film’s location shooting in Africa has been released. [Coming Soon]
Jared Leto has released a new picture from one of Dr. Harleen Quinzel’s therapy sessions on social media.
Here’s a new trailer for the film.
Joel Gretsch has been cast in the recurring role of Peter Maxwell, “a blue-collar guy who abandoned his family a long time ago,” only to discover the supernatural world when his son comes back into his life. [EW]
The show has been renewed for a fourth season. [TV Line]
The first three episode titles of the show have been revealed—as has the fact that every episode will be named for a song by the rap duo Gang Starr.
Here are a few images and video of Tyler Hoechlin on set as Superman (and in disguise as Clark Kent).
Finally, here’s a new poster for the show. [EW]
Additional reporting by Gordon Jackson. Banner art by Jim Cooke.