Ben Affleck hints that Batman and Wonder Woman will know each other’s secrets in Batman v Superman. Corey Stoll discusses Yellowjacket’s motivation in Ant-Man. Plus, new looks at Mission Impossible 5, Deadpool, Ash vs. Evil Dead, The Walking Dead and more. So many Spoilers!
Ben Affleck briefly discusses the scene where Bruce Wayne and Diana Prince meet as shown in the recently released stills:
I love the fact that there was this Thomas Crowne Affair, Bond-y sexy scene that they wrote about two people who are pretending to be two different people who each know the secrets of the other person.
JK Simmons discusses the possibility of returning in future Terminator movies:
Yes, we are told O’Brien does [survive]… in fact, we went back and did a little added shot on the roof of the whole helicopter sequence to make sure that we see that after Arnold throws me away so that he can save people, I’m one of those that he saves, and I’m still alive and watching whats happening.
I am signed on, so if there are sequels I will by God be there.
Brian Singer has posted a new set picture to Instagram, teasing the arrival of Apocalypse on set.
Corey Stoll discusses Yellowjacket’s motivation:
Through the different drafts of the scripts and playing with motivations, I think we really came to the realizations that Darren is after the glory of the scientific discovery and the money and the fame and the power. But in the end, it really comes down to the sort of small little boy inside that just wants his father’s approval, and that’s so much easier to play than desire for world domination. I can relate to that more.
Here’s a trio of new videos: Scott practices shrinking techniques in a new clip, a viral news video discusses Scott leaving prison (and the fallout from the events of Avengers: Age of Ultron), and a new TV spot.
And here’s three new TV spots frequently discussing whether the events of the film are Impossible or not. [Coming Soon]
Deadpool stands ready in a new promo picture. [EW]
Entertainment Weekly has another exclusive image, this time from the season 9 premiere, “The Magician’s Apprentice”. Discussing the image, Peter Capaldi says that it comes just before the Doctor has to make a climatic decision that impacts the entire season. He also discusses how his Doctor will change in season 9:
He’s throwing himself into life with a newfound hunger for adventure. He’s in pursuit of joy and grabbing every thrill that he can along the way. But I sense him running from something, that even he does not yet understand.
Megalyn Echikunwoke has been cast as the titular DC superhero in the “CW-universe” animated series. [Ksite TV]
The show has allegedly started casting the Lightwood family—Maryse, Robert and Max—for a storyline that involves “a deep look into the family’s politics, including the pressures put onto the children of Shadowhunters”. [Spoiler TV]
TV Line are reporting that the show is looking to cast Betsy Ross, the woman widely-accepted to have created the first American Flag, as an old flame of Ichabod. Allegedly, the casting call describes her as someone that’s “more Angelina Jolie than frumpy Martha Stewart — a kickass Mrs. Smith to Ichabod Crane’s Mr. Smith”.
Speaking to TV Guide, Marc Guggenheim has teased that season 4 will adopt a lighter tone, “reconstituting” the show. He also teases that Oliver will get an upgraded costume. [Spoiler TV]
Candace Accola talks about the new season:
I feel like six seasons is a nice, long slow-burn, so I’m excited to see these characters together. Usually, it’s so immediate, especially on our series ... but in real life, it’s the person you can be yourself in front of in the most dorky way. Both of these characters have seen the worst in each other and they still like each other and I think that’s really cool and that’s really special.
Here’s the press release for the final episode of the season (and ultimately, the series):
THE FINAL SEAL— In a heart-pounding series finale, The Messengers face off against the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, whose plan to break the fifth seal could destroy everything our heroes hold dear. It’s up to The Messengers to stop the Horsemen once and for all…at any cost.
And here’s the press release for the show’s season finale, “Cycle”:
After Pilcher decides to turn off the electricity in Wayward Pines – with deadly repercussions – Ethan and Kate take the initiative to make sure everyone is out of harm’s way. Meanwhile, Nurse Pam confronts Pilcher on his decision and tries to convince him to reconsider, Ethan and Kate plan for an attack and the first generation tries to protect the future of Wayward Pines by taking matters into their own hands in the all-new “Cycle” season finale episode of WAYWARD PINES.
C-3PO and R2-D2 retell the Star Wars saga in these new pictures from the animated series. [Den of Geek]
Entertainment Weekly has some new pictures of what’s inside the Necronomicon Ex Mortis:
Finally, here are some new pictures from season 6. [EW]
Additional reporting by Gordon Jackson and Charlie Jane Anders. Top image: Doctor Who.