The Batman v. Superman costume designer is looking for magic bracelets in Las Vegas. Turns out Edge of Tomorrow is... a comedy? And John Barrowman previews season three of Arrow. And an intense Walking Dead rumor has been debunked.
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It may be that the next place to stand in for an alien world will be Scotland. The Highlands and the Isle of Skye have reportedly been lined up as locations, even though Scotland hasn't been approached "directly" about filming.
TMZ has a bunch of set photos showing some construction on starships. There's something that might be an X-Wing and, as seen below, what might be the Millennium Falcon. Plenty more at the link. [TMZ]
Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice
Costume designer Michael Wilikinson was in Las Vegas for the jewelry trade show JCK Las Vegas, which is a big jewelry trade show. While there, Wilkinson sent out a tweet about his plans to search for jewelry and tagged it "BatmanvsSuperman," suggesting that he's shopping for the film.
He later tweeted a photo of a bracelet, which of course ties into Batman v. Superman through the character of Wonder Woman. The tweet with the bracelet is below. [Design & Trend]
Edge of Tomorrow
Tom Cruise calls the film a "character comedy" and says that he finds it "very funny." In particular, he credits Doug Liman with finding the humor in the situation, saying:
In Doug's films, he has a unique comedy... he has a good sense of drama-comedy, he's got a good sense of character comedy that kinda makes you go, 'oooh!' you know? But it still makes you laugh.
See the interview at the link. [Hit Fix]
Transformers 4: Age of Extinction
Here are three new promos called "Destroyer," "Help" and "Forge." [via Coming Soon]
The Walking Dead
The rumor that Andrew Lincoln has been filming with a green-screen arm, as if Rick lost his hand the same way he did in the comics, has been debunked. The Spoiling Dead reports that no one's seen him with a green-screen arm at all, and that the photo supposedly showing him wearing it is a photoshop of an older photo. [Wet Paint]
John Barrowman previewed what's next for his newly-promoted-to-regular character, saying:
Malcolm's losing everybody around him in his life for whatever reason…he figured out the last reason he lost Tommy was because he became emotionally connected to somebody. Malcolm can control everybody physically or with money, what's really interesting now is Malcolm needs to learn how to control people emotionally so he doesn't lose anybody now. That's what he he's doing with Thea now because she's at her emotional low. Malcolm needs to build his family back around him, whoever that may be. He needs Thea as much as she needs him.
Once Upon a Time
Executive producer Eddy Kitsis says that Regina losing Robin Hood due to Emma's meddling in time could very well herald the return of the Evil Queen:
We have built 66 episodes of growth for Regina and this is a very big setback. The question we want the audience to think about is, 'How does she handle it?' It is a very uncomfortable situation for everyone involved, it's very complicated. She's done a lot of growing and yet we know what her weaknesses are.
Apparently there are two big Easter eggs, including one involving a classic villain, to look out for when the show starts. [E! Online]
Kevin Alejandro (Arrow), Sophie Lowe (Once Upon a Time in Wonderland), and Matt Vairo (Revolution) will be regulars on The Returned. Alejandro will play the town's sheriff, Tommy Moran, now that he's done being Starling City's mayor on Arrow. Lowe will play Lena, one of the daughters of Mark Pellegrino's Jack. Vairo will play Simon, a musician who returns ten years after his death. [Deadline]
Season 2 will premiere on September 22nd. [SpoilerTV]
Here are photos from episode 2.08 , "Veritable and Full of Perturbation." [SpoilerTV]
Here's a new promo:
And a promo for the show's last season:
Witches of East End
Beauty and the Beast
And here's a promo for episode 2.18, "Cat and Mouse":
Additional reporting by Charlie Jane Anders and Madeleine Monson-Rosen