Universal wants to keep Matt Damon doing Jason Bourne movies for as long as possible. Arrow’s new villain is someone from Oliver Queen’s violent past. Plus, new Suicide Squad footage, key art from the new Ducktales show, and Michael Bay crashes some cars for Transformers: The Last Knight. Spoilers Get!
Universal Pictures Chairwoman Donna Langely is looking for ways to keep Matt Damon and Paul Greengrass coming back for more movies in this NY Times article:
Even though Matt and Paul had been very definitive about not wanting to come back, we weren’t really willing to submit to that.
Look, here’s what I think the goal is: to keep Matt Damon and Paul Greengrass doing Bourne movies till they can’t do them anymore,” she said.
Michael Bay flips some cars (well, not him specifically) in some new set footage.
Two new Cenobites from the movie have been revealed. [Bloody Disgusting]
Harley Quinn gets her own time to shine in a new promo:
Chris Wood has joined the cast in a season regular role. Although his part is still being kept under wraps, it’s being teased a “surprise DC character.” Who do you think it is? Let us know in the comments. [TV Guide]
Allison Scagliotti has joined the cast as Georgie, an “occult reach intern” “driven by a horrific darkness in her own past.” [TV Line]
Craig Horner has been cast as the Count of Monte Cristo, a guest role in the next season. [EW]
Wendy Mericle teases the major villain of season five:
[They’re] somebody Oliver unwittingly created in Season 1 when he was a killer in a hood. This guy is going to be collateral damage who lost someone to the Hood and [has] spent the last several years training and plotting for revenge. He will be a true dark mirror to Oliver Queen.
Meanwhile, here’s some key art from the DC on CW Facebook page.
A promo for season two has been released.
AMC have released even more teaser images that don’t really tell you anything you didn’t already know about season seven! More at the link. [TV Guide]
Caity Lotz has revealed the second episode of season two is titled “The Justice Society of America.”
Finally, a new piece of key art for the re-imagining of the show has been released at San Diego Comic-Con.
Additional reporting by Gordon Jackson. Banner art by Jim Cooke.