There's still a lot we don't know about Daniel Craig's third James Bond movie, but we do know Javier Bardem is involved, possibly as the villain. And if new set photos are anything to go by, he's not above wearing disguises.
All that plus Joss Whedon explains the evolution of Iron Man's look in The Avengers.
Vin Diesel releases two more photos from the set of the third Riddick movie.
Get the inside scoop on what to expect from Daenerys in the new season of Game of Thrones.
Plus Jessica Lange's nemesis on the next season of American Horror Story is revealed... and it's basically a 25-year-old Angelina Jolie!
Spoilers from here on out!
Top image from Skyfall.
Director Joss Whedon confirms there will be multiple Iron Man suits in the film, which he attributes to "wear and tear" Tony Stark encounters while fighting Loki. He also explains how he used Marvel's request for multiple suits as a way to get back to the original design for Iron Man's chest:
"Marvel said, 'We like to see the suits evolve,' and I said, "Great! Then you're going back to the circle because the triangle is ass.' I'm a classicist. The circle has meaning, the triangle does not."
Zack Stentz, who worked on the screenplay for X-Men: First Class, tweeted that his life's ambition is to include the David Bowie song "Oh! You Pretty Things" in an X-Men movie. And "I think I've got a pretty good shot at succeeding." That particular song was on the 1971 album Hunky Dory, in case you want to use its potential inclusion to speculate on the next movie's timeline — although last we heard, the X-Men: First Class sequel was actually being written by Simon Kinberg. [@MuseZack]
Elite Squad director Jose Padilha's remake, which recently cast The Killing's Joel Kinnaman in the title role, has set a release date of August 9, 2013. [ShockTillYouDrop]
Here are the first set photos of No Country for Old Men star Javier Bardem in the latest James Bond movie. His character is thought to be the main villain of the movie, but we know pretty much nothing about his character beyond that — his character hasn't even been the subject of rumors like Ralph Fiennes's has. As we can see here, he's dressed as a British police officer. And, much as I might love the idea of James Bond taking on some random constable — who also has a Spanish accent for some reason — I'm going to guess his character is in disguise here, so we can probably expect a bit more subterfuge and misdirection than Daniel Craig's last two Bond villains provided. Also, Bardem has apparently dyed his hair blonde, which I kind of hope is just to screw with all the fans who thought Daniel Craig's hair color disqualified him from being a good James Bond.
Star Vin Diesel has posted two more set photos to his Facebook page. [ShockTillYouDrop]
Here are two more promo photos for Joss Whedon and Drew Goddard's long-delayed horror film, which is finally getting released April 13. [ShockTillYouDrop]
The sequel to Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, for which stars Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Josh Hutcherson are expected to return, is reportedly targeting a 2014 release date. [Coming Soon]
Here's a short description for the sixteenth episode, "Nothing As It Seems", which airs on March 30:
THE FAMILIAR IS UNFAMILIAR ON AN ALL-NEW "FRINGE" FRIDAY, MARCH 30, ON FOX — The Fringe team faces a case that appears familiar to Peter. Strangely, it takes place in this world.
Here's a new behind-the-scenes video in which the cast discusses the possibility of a live episode, and Joshua Jackson endears himself to me more than even I ever thought possible by lobbying for a Thunderbirds-style Supermarionation episode.
Here's a behind-the-scenes video in which Emilia Clarke reveals what to expect from Daenerys Targaryen in season two.
Here are two promos for this Thursday's episode, "Guilty."
Here's the description for episodes twelve and thirteen, "Garrett Stillman" and "Tommy Madsen", which air together as a two-hour season finale — and quite possibly de facto series finale — on March 26:
Doc and Rebecca close in on a man who may be the key to revealing the secrets behind all the returning criminals. Meanwhile, Hauser makes a discovery beneath the halls of Alcatraz that brings him ever closer to the truth. Then, revealing doors are opened and lives hang in the balance as Rebecca will stop at nothing in pursuit of the man who killed her partner.
Here are some promo photos for the eighth episode and season finale - which, again, not to put too fine a point on it, could possibly also be the series finale — "Row, Row, Row Your Boat", which airs March 20. The synopsis for the episode is below. [SpoilerTV]
With a course now plotted for their final destination, the Magus crew suddenly finds itself in complete chaos when a member of their own is shot dead, leading Jahel to call upon the spirit of the Boiuna to help, against the wishes of her Father. The crew's quest is threatened further by the unknown killer, as the situation continues to spiral out of control.
Here's a short synopsis for episode eighteen, "The Stable Boy", which airs April 1 and goes back to the Evil Queen's pre-evil origins:
Emma keeps searching for evidence to prove Mary Margaret's innocence in Kathryn's murder; the root of the evil queen's disdain for Snow White is revealed.
Here's a short description for the next episode, "Island of Dreams", which airs after a brief hiatus on March 30:
When the Wesen spice shop is robbed, Nick discovers that the criminals may have been after a rare and dangerous drug.
Here's the synopsis for episode three, "Safety in Numbers", which airs on March 29:
MORE GLOBAL CONNECTIONS ARE MADE ON AN ALL-NEW "TOUCH" THURSDAY, MARCH 29, ON FOX
When Martin comes in contact with a homeless man who possesses the same obsession with numbers as Jake, he sets out on a series of seemingly unrelated tasks that connect an abused African woman, a group of African boys entering a dance competition and an outgoing woman at California's famed Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. Meanwhile, Teller (guest star Danny Glover) pays a visit to Jake's board-and-care facility and emotions run high for Clea.
Here's an interview with star Kiefer Sutherland at a recent press event.
The Good Wife actor Tim Guinee has reportedly been cast in J.J. Abrams and Supernatural creator Eric Kripke's NBC pilot in which a band of survivors struggle to navigate a world in which all forms of energy have mysteriously vanished. [TV Line]
Ugly Betty and Desperate Housewives actress Vanessa Williams has reportedly been cast as "the beautiful and sophisticated, but cold, wife" of Lost alum Terry O'Quinn, who plays the owner of a supernatural apartment building on this ABC pilot. [TV Guide]
Star Trek: Insurrection villain F. Murray Abraham, who I'm guessing would really prefer I call him something like Amadeus Oscar winner F. Murray Abraham instead, has reportedly been cast as the chancellor to Emperor Dorian, the father of the show's title beauty, Princess Grace. (Another report lists him as the Emperor himself, for what it's worth.) Joining him in the emperor's cabinet is reportedly The Vow's Wendy Crewson, whose character will also be a friend of the princess. [Deadline and Deadline]
Here's a sneak peek at this week's episode and sixteenth overall, "Out with the Old."
[gallery 5892363] And here are some promo photos for the episode. [Multiple Verses]
The last two episodes of season seven will reportedly be called "There Will Be Blood" and "Get Dick." You know, while an eighth season is pretty much a certainty at this point, I feel like it would be pretty awesomely Supernatural for the show to go out on an episode called "Get Dick." [SpoilerTV]
The show is reportedly looking to cast Jessica Lange's nemesis in season two, described as a white woman in her mid-20s named Gia who is "a fierce, ferocious, extremely sexual and dangerous wild-child sexpot who harbors a secret." The character Gia is said to be like "Angelina Jolie in Girl, Interrupted", as opposed to Angelina Jolie as Gia, in which she played a character named Gia. Just so we're clear. [TV Line]
Being Human star Sam Huntington will appear in a fourth season episode as Ethan, a role executive producer Jack Kenny describes as a man "desperate to leave his mark on the world of New Orleans jazz-even if it means a great sacrifice." For his part, Huntington had this to say about the role:
"My plot on the show is really interesting because I'm a fan of the genre, so it's cool to be on a different sci-fi show with different rules for the world. The artifact is not what you're led to believe."
In the same article, Sam Huntington offers this preview of the end of season two:
Massive cliffhangers. hey're all in crazy peril both individually and as a unit. If we ended the show right now, people would be so furious!"
Here's a pair of casting calls for some new additions for season three of the Syfy series, which starts filming on April 18:
[DR. KATHERINE "KAT" DAVIS] Early 30s. Smart, pretty, with an enthusiastic, live-for-today attitude — a by-product of living in a place where there may not be a tomorrow. Kat is intuitive and can be painfully blunt. She's never intentionally cruel — it's just the way she looks at the world. She has a sweet heart, but sometimes her directness can come off a little brash. Born and raised in Haven, Kat left a happy and well-adjusted family to earn her degree in psychiatry. She's a well-trained and thoroughly modern psychiatrist. Kat practiced in Boston for a year until a tragedy involving one of her patients sent her back home. Kat hung a shingle in Haven, and her practice did well (Haven needs shrinks). Kat becomes a close friend and confidant to our lead, Audrey Parker. She also uses her skills as a psychiatrist to help the troubled of Haven deal with their afflictions, and to help Audrey Parker "profile" potential perpetrators. MAJOR RECURRING GUEST LEAD. ALL ETHNICITIES.
[TOMMY HARPER] Mid 30s to late 40s. He is a street-smart, tough cop who comes to Haven on an investigation and, for reasons the other characters speculate might be illicit, decides to stay. He is a fish out of water, completely opposite of everyone else in the L.L. Bean world of Haven, Maine. He could be a big city cop from NY or Chicago, or a slick Southerner, or from some interesting place anywhere in the world — he just isn't like anyone else here.
Tommy eventually becomes part of the Haven Police force, where he brings his own special skills to the team. Tough but deeply emotional underneath, Tommy is guarded about his own life. As much as we like and trust him at the outset, we'll come to wonder what secrets he's hiding, and why. RECURRING GUEST LEAD — PROB 5 EP ARC. ALL ETHNICITIES AND NATIONALITIES.
Additional reporting by Marykate Jasper and Charlie Jane Anders.