No, we don’t have our first look at Alden Ehrenreich’s Solo costume. Ben Mendelsohn discusses those villainous Captain Marvel rumors. The worlds of Split and Unbreakable collide in new footage from the set of Glass. Plus, what’s to come on Star Trek: Discovery and more Justice League footage. Spoilers now!
A tweet, of all things, of a theater chain promotion cup from Arizona over the weekend sparked a flurry of speculation that it gave us the first look at Alden Ehrenreich in costume as Han Solo:
But before you get too excited, it’s actually a photoshop mashup of the filming announcement publicity still of the cast and (now former) directors and, bizarrely, the Han Solo model render from Star Wars: Battlefront. So move along, move along, nothing to see here. [Making Star Wars]
In a recent interview with Collider, Ben Mendelsohn would neither confirm nor deny rumors he’s playing the film’s villain.
Wow, that would be lovely. That would be really nice. But I know that Ryan Fleck and Anna Boden—I think I know how this one got started because they did Mississippi Grind obviously, and I think they’re a great choice and a really interesting choice for that film.”
Well you see a smile because I’m amused that people even bother to ask. Only because it’s one of those things, it’s sort of like being in the secret service for a moment. You can neither confirm nor deny… It would be thrilling, I’m sure.
The Daily Mail has both footage and set photos of Bruce Willis (or more likely, his stunt double) battling a shirtless James McAvoy outside a condemned mental institution in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Head to the link to see the photos.
Walton Goggins shared a photo from his last day of filming Ant-Man & the Wasp.
Jason Momoa teased that the long-delayed Crow reboot is back in production on Instagram.
JoBlo’s Paul Shirley confirmed on Twitter the film has two post-credit sequences.
We also have another behind-the-scenes featurette with the cast and crew.
Meanwhile, Wonder Woman duels Steppenwolf in a new TV spot.
Jaime Ray Newman will guest-star in multiple episodes this season as Irene McAllistair, a magician and “member of Brakebills’ Board of Trustees who has known Dean Fogg for many years.” [TV Line]
The season five premiere is a two-part episode titled, “Orientation, Part One & Part Two.” [Spoiler TV]
That Hashtag Show has uncovered a casting call for three FBI agents playing potentially ongoing roles in the show’s third season.
[AGENT BEN JEFFREYS] 38-45, male, please submit Middle Eastern, South Asian, Israeli, Pakistani. A second-generation American, Ben is deeply committed to both his career and his family. He’s intelligent, warm and generous by nature but when pushed too far suffers a crisis of conscious. SERIES REGULAR.
[GORDON] 35 – 40, male, open ethnicity, FBI agent…POSSIBLE RECUR.
[HIGASHI] 35, male, Japanese, FBI agent…POSSIBLE RECUR.
Meanwhile, filming on season three begins today.
Finally, here’s a trailer for episode ten, “Despite Yourself,” kicking off Discovery’s second half in January.
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