Our first look at the new Spider-Man's epic make-out session with Gwen Stacy

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Peter Parker and Gwen Stacy get romantic, in new set photos from the Spider-Man reboot. Mad Men's January Jones explains the challenges of becoming Emma Frost. Plus Ouija Board gets a director, a True Blood casting sheet, and more!


Spider-Man Reboot

We now have our first look at the new Peter Parker with these photos that show Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone together on set — including some kisses between Peter and Gwen Stacy. There are more photos at the link: [JustJared]


X-Men: First Class

Emma Frost portrayer January Jones talks about her costumes, in the process confirming that we will see Emma Frost's lesser-known ability to turn herself into a diamond form:

"The costumes are insane. It's a lot of very body-conscious stuff. If you look at the comic book, she's barely dressed. She's got quite the bod, which is very intimidating. I don't have to do all the crazy prosthetics. When I morph into my diamond form, it's all done on computer."

She also explains her reaction when she realized the film is set contemporary to her other big gig, Mad Men:

"When I heard that this installment of ‘X-Men' was gonna take place in the '60s I was like, ‘Oh my God, you must be kidding me!' But I read the script and familiarized myself with the character of Emma Frost. She's so, so far from Betty and from ‘Mad Men,' and it takes place in that time but it doesn't feel like a period movie."


And, finally, she discusses the comics research she did on Emma's backstory, and how she hopes comics fans will like what she brings to the character:

"Emma was a bespectacled, mousy child who had this power when she was young that she couldn't quite harness, the telepathy, the mind-twisting stuff. She had a falling out with her father and went her own direction. Fans of the X-Men comics have a very set idea of these characters in their heads. I wanted to know as much as I could about her so I wasn't disappointing anyone. I'm sure I will still disappoint someone."


There's a lot more at the link, including how her training regimen for this movie was the complete opposite of what she's asked to do on Mad Men. [Hero Complex]

Super 8

J.J. Abrams' science fiction homage to Steven Spielberg has been retitled Darlings for its Brazilian trailer. Although it's possible the film has actually had a name change, I'd guess this is purely its title for certain international markets, where the meaning of Super 8 is lost on the foreign audiences. (Whether American audiences actually still get the meaning of the term is admittedly still an open question.) [MovieWeb.com]


Transformers: Dark of the Moon

Bill Fagerbakke, best known for playing Patrick on Spongebob Squarepants, is reportedly voicing a Chevy Impala stock car armed with machine guns in the upcoming movie. [MagicValley]


Sucker Punch

Here are a few pieces of concept art by Alex Pardee. You can see more at the link. [/Film]


Terminator 5

There's a rumor going around that Arnold Schwarzenegger could command $30 million for voiceover work in a fifth, animated Terminator film. This rumor is pretty much definitely false, because it's just a new spin on the Terminator 3000 project that was shot down a few months back. [Examiner.com]


Ouija Board

The Hasbro board game adaptation, with a screenplay by the writers of Tron Legacy that's supposedly in the Indiana Jones mold, has reportedly picked up a director: McG, he of Charlie's Angels and Terminator Salvation fame. [Deadline]


Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters

Gemma Arterton is reportedly set to play an adult Gretel alongside Jeremy Renner's Hansel in a new take of the fairy tale that recasts the siblings as witch bounty hunters. [The Hollywood Reporter]


True Blood

A casting call is out for various roles for the third episode of season four, which features some of the least diplomatic names for characters I've ever seen:

[ANTONIA] 20s to 40s. FIERCE. Must speak fluent Spanish. First appears in episode 2 and then again in episodes 3,4,5 and 6.
[VAMPIRE] This leering vampire is caught on tape feeding on a woman. He's desperate to escape the dire consequences...8 lines, 2 scenes (11)
[PAUL MCCLATCHY] This slick, professional-looking prospector in a suit works for an energy company and makes Tommy an intriguing offer...2 speeches & 4 lines, 1 scene (37)
[FANGBANGER] This hot, stupid man enjoys being bitten by Pam and shouts out commands to her. He's disappointed when she takes off...3 lines, 1 scene (16)
[CAMERA OPERATOR] In his 20s, righteous and bearded, a somewhat dimwitted yokel, he's seen on a grainy YouTube video, making underground films of vampires feeding, thus entrapping them. The camera operator loves being on camera to promote his cause of warning America about vampires...1 speech & 1 line, 1 scene (11)
[CONSERVATIVE F*CK] A smug conservative in a bow tie, he passionately debates Nan Flanagan on the air...1 speech & 1 line, 1 scene (20)
[YOUNG WOMAN] This pudgy young woman is seen on a grainy YouTube video, being attacked by a vampire...2 lines, 1 scene (10)




Here's a short summary for episode 12, "Chuck vs. the Gobbler":

Chuck worries about Sarah when she tries to help Mary Bartowski (Linda Hamilton) take down Volkoff (Timothy Dalton); Awesome and Ellie struggle to choose a baby name.



The Cape

Here's the official description for the January 17 episode, "Kozmo": [CapeSite.net]

A FORMER ALLY THREATENS MAX MALINI AND HIS CREW, WHILE DANA FINDS OUT THERE WERE WITNESSES TO VINCE'S DISAPPEARANCE - When Gregor Molotov (guest star Thomas Kretschmann), an old friend of Max Malini (Keith David), comes to town in search of who is in possession of the cape, Vince (David Lyons) must fight to save the people who took him in. Meanwhile, Dana (Jennifer Ferrin) is back to work in the public defender's office, where she encounters Palm City's corruption first hand. Peter Fleming (James Frain) and Marty Voyt (Dorian Missick) continue their tireless pursuit to find out Orwell's (Summer Glau) true identity.


A bunch of interviews with the cast and creative team are out: [SpoilerTV]
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Star Wars: Clone Wars

Here's a synopsis, photo and two clips from the next episode, "Nightsisters", which begins a three-part story arc:

Troubled by Asajj Ventress' growing prowess with the dark side of the Force, Darth Sidious commands Count Dooku to eliminate her. But Ventress survives Dooku's assassination attempt, and the jilted former apprentice vows to take revenge, enlisting the aid of her kinswomen – the mystical Nightsisters of Dathomir – in her sinister scheme. Evil clashes with evil and sparks fly – igniting the fuse for the launch of the explosive second half of Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season Three. Darkness falls and the end begins with "Nightsisters."

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Morena Baccarin interviewed her TV mother Jane Badler, and they revealed this intriguing tidbit for an upcoming episode: [TV Guide]

Baccarin: In an upcoming episode the Vs visit the Vatican, and you get to do a very lizardy-type thing. Can you talk about it?
Badler: I get fangs and do a mercy killing in front of you. They had blood all over me. I love doing stuff like that. When I first read that in the script, I said, "Yeah!"


Elizabeth Mitchell reveals that Erica is going to make some major mistakes while leading the Fifth Column this year:

"The [mistakes] have a massive effect, and people get hurt. Some other things that she does are quite effective. As the season goes on, she's willing to risk more and more."


[TV Guide]

Here's an Entertainment Tonight piece on the show, featuring Morena Baccarin: [The V-Files]

Laura Vandervoort explains how her character Lisa and Elizabeth Mitchell's Erica get closer this season:

The fact that we are working together more, I think the audience will understand what that means. [laughs] I think she sees Erica more as a mother figure than Anna (Morena Baccarin) ever was to her, and because she is feeling emotions, just having Erica there to listen to her and be affectionate to her and give her a hug when she needs one...she never had that from her mother. So she's pretty partial to the human race and to Erica in particular. And you know, they are working together in certain ways as well. [laughs]


There's more at the link, including further confirmation that we will be seeing more of the V's lizard form this season. [Newsarama]


Here's a new promo poster for the second half of season 10, which shows star Tom Welling surrounded by the familiar S-Shield: [SpoilerTV]


Tom Welling will reportedly direct the Booster Gold and Blue Beetle episode, which is simply entitled "Booster." [KryptonSite]

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James Whitbrook

I like Andrew Garfield, but... that's not really Peter Parker-y, is it? It's almost like a very fashionable person has tried to 'dress geeky' (well, not even almost, it's exactly what's happened!). It's more of a Geek Chic rather than something Peter would actually wear, I think.

And as much as I love his crazy hair, I can't stop thinking about how it's going to fit under the Spidey mask comfortably. Because that's the sort of thing I focus on in my superhero movies 0_0