James Gunn’s new horror film casts one of its leads. See Captain America and Crossbones duke it out in new Captain America: Civil War set pictures. Plus, Steven Moffat discusses The Doctor and Clara’s relationship and his most challenging Doctor Who script yet. Spoilers Now!
Top image: The Flash.
Vivica A. Fox, who is returning for the film, says that the new movie is set 15 years after the events of the first film, and that her character is now a hospital administrator. [Mlive]
Hair designer Felix Lariviere has confirmed that Psylocke will keep her purple hair in the movie:
A rumor is circulating that the animated series villain Krang could appear in the sequel. [Cinemablend]
Melonie Diaz has joined the James Gunn-written movie in the lead role of Dany Wilkins, who is on her first day working at Belko when the order is given for all employees to kill each other. [Shock Till You Drop]
Roger Deakins has signed on as cinematographer the film. [/Film]
Captain America and Crossbones duke it out in new set pictures from the movie. Photos by Jennifer Brett/Atlanta Journal Constitution.
Speaking to EW, Andrew Kreisberg confirmed that Tom Cavanaugh will still be a series regular going into the second season, despite being apparently wiped out in the season finale:
What does this mean for Tom Cavanagh? Will we actually see him next season, and if so, how?
Tom Cavanagh will continue to be a regular on Flash is all I am prepared to say.
Have we actually seen the last of the Reverse Flash?
On Flash, you’ve never seen the last of anybody, no matter what happens to them.
He also adds that Rick Cosnett’s Eddie could return in the future as well, despite his death:
While Rick won’t be a regular, Flash is the kind of show between hardcore sci-fi and time travel that I wouldn’t be surprised if this isn’t the last we’ve seen of Eddie Thawne…
And speaking to CBR, Kreisberg teased what villains will head to Central City for Season 2:
I think we definitely want to meet the Mirror Master next year...I’m sure Dr. Alchemy will show up at some point. And we’ve got one thing that hopefully people will lose their minds over.
Tom Brooke has been cast in a series regular role as the angel Fiore. [Den of Geek]
At a recent panel in New York, Steven Moffat discussed Clara and the Twelfth Doctor’s story:
We’re in a very different place with the Doctor and Clara in the modern series, it’s been a while since I’ve seen the early stages of the Twelfth Doctor trying to pretend he doesn’t fancy Clara – ‘Oh you’re ugly! Disgusting! … Stop looking so good!’
In truth, in most cases with the Doctor he always loves them more than they love him. That’s his story. He’s always besotted with them even though he’s trying to pretend that he isn’t.
Speaking at the same panel, Moffat also described the 11th episode of the next series, written by himself, is his most challenging script yet:
I’ve got a script where I’ve set myself a ludicrous challenge. When episode 11 comes up in the next series of Doctor Who, you’ll see just how ludicrous a challenge I’ve set myself. Dear god! I’m in a state of panic about it.
Even now, sitting here I am thinking, when I get back tonight could I just try another way of doing it? Remaining calm and knowing that even though the director is joining next week you’re going to have to wait until it’s right.
Phoebe Tonkin talks about Hayley’s relationship with Klaus in season 3:
TVLINE | How much of Hayley are we going to see in Season 3? Less, I imagine?
Right now, we’re only going to see Hayley once a month. I hope that at least one episode will be the full day when I’m human. I’d also like to see Hayley in wolf form. I don’t know if we’ve seen that yet, and it could be really cool.
TVLINE | And now Klaus is, sort of, a single dad. How do you feel about that, and what are your thoughts on his future with Hayley?
[Laughs] I think Klaus had better sire some nannies. Hayley’s not going to be able to forgive him easily for what he’s done. Even if he did it for the good of his baby, I don’t think he did it in the right way. He should have let Hayley know that’s what he was doing so she could have been part of the plan. But he didn’t do that, so now, [she’s] pissed.
Mimi Rogers joins the cast as Suzy Maxwell, “a woman reunited with her family after a freak accident”. [THR]
The Messengers discuss how to infiltrate a hacker group planning to break the seal of another Horseman of the Apocalypse in this clip from “Metamorphosis”:
5 new teaser clips from “Do Not Discuss Your Life Before” have been released. [Spoiler TV]
Finally, here are some promo images from the first episode. [Spoiler TV]
Additional reporting by Abhimanyu Das and Charlie Jane Anders