Check out the latest Iron Man 3 set photos, and some intriguing Captain America 2 casting reports. Plus our first look at Daniel Radcliffe with massive horns on his head in the adaptation of Joe Hill's Horns. Two acting heavyweights join Terry Gilliam's sure-to-be-trippy The Zero Theorem. Plus what's ahead for Warehouse 13 after the explosive midseason finale?
Spoilers from here on out!
Top image from Cloud Atlas.
Five actresses are reportedly vying for the lead female role in the Captain America sequel, which is widely assumed to be that of S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Sharon Carter, who would be some form of relative of Hayley Atwell's Peggy Carter (which relative, in particular tends to vary). The five candidates are Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke, Downton Abbey's Jessica Brown Findlay, I Am Number Four's Teresa Palmer, Fright Night's Imogen Poots, and Community's Alison Brie. That last one is a particularly intriguing choice — beyond its potential to break the internet with celebratory GIFs — because Brie worked on Community with Joe and Anthony Russo, who directed episodes of the show before getting the directing gig for the Captain America sequel. There's no word on which of any of these has the inside track on the role. Meanwhile, Scarlett Johansson is reportedly going to make an appearance in the film as Black Widow. [Deadline]
Here are some set photos from the current filming in Florida. [/Film]
Here's a Q&A session with the Wachowskis after their new movie screened at FantasticFest.
Brazil and 12 Monkeys director Terry Gilliam is returning to science fiction with this movie, which has the following official description: "An eccentric and reclusive computer genius plagued with existential angst works on a mysterious project aimed at discovering the purpose of existence-or the lack thereof-once and for all." Inglourious Basterds's Christoph Waltz is playing said computer genius, and now War Horse's David Thewlis and Michael Clayton's Tilda Swinton are reportedly joining the movie. [The Playlist]
Here's the first photo of Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe sporting horns in The Hills Have Eyes director Alexander Aja's adaptation of the Joe Hill novel about a man who starts growing horns after the mysterious murder of his girlfriend. No matter how many times I type a variation of that sentence, it never gets less insane. Anyway, here's what Radcliffe has to say about the part:
"[It's] deeply emotional and also incredibly outrageous in some ways. To play somebody who, in the midst of a time in his life of great turmoil anyway, undergoes this horrific transformation into a devil character - it was very, very exciting."
Here's the final poster. [IGN]
Here are some promo photos for this Friday's episode, "In Absentia." [SpoilerTV]
Here's the description for episode three, "Masquerade", which airs October 18:
THE SPOILED DAUGHTER OF A DIPLOMAT MAY PROVE TO BE REESE'S TOUGHEST CASE YET – With Finch back in the Library, Reese returns to field work, only to face his toughest case yet – protecting the privileged daughter of a Brazilian diplomat.
Here's a promo for episode four, "Plague Dogs", which airs next Monday.
And here are some promo photos for the episode. [SpoilerTV]
Here's a short description for the ninth episode, "La Llorona":
Nick realizes a series of child abductions that he is investigating bear a striking resemblance to the Hispanic legend of "La Llorona.''
Here are some promo photos for this Sunday's second episode, "We Are Both." The synopsis is below. [SpoilerTV]
While Regina continues to find a way to regain her magical powers, David continues his quest to uncover the whereabouts of Mary Margaret and Emma; and the seven dwarves discover what happens when any of the townspeople try to step past the city limits of Storybrooke. Meanwhile, in the fairytale land that was, as her wedding day to King Leopold approaches, Regina is confronted by a man of magic who promises to help her become independent and break free from her mother Cora's (Barbara Hershey) clutches.
And here's the same for the following Sunday's third episode, "Lady of the Lake." [SpoilerTV]
Emma and Mary Margaret, with the aid of Mulan, Aurora and brave knight Lancelot, attempt to find a portal that will bring them back to Storybrooke. But a dark force threatens their safe return. And Henry tries to talk Jefferson into reuniting with his daughter. Meanwhile, back in the fairytale land that was, on the eve of meeting Prince Charming's mother, King George poisons Snow White, and the only antidote lies within the waters of the Lady of the Lake.
Here's a short description for episode five, "The Doctor":
As Regina tries to refrain from using her magic in order to regain Henry's trust, she starts seeing a ghost from her past; Mary Margaret and Emma find a survivor from an Ogre massacre; Regina struggles to learn the dark arts.
Here's a promo for the next episode, "If Memory Serves."
Here are short descriptions for the final three episodes of the second season:
Episode 2.11 - If Memory Serves
Hicks and Kat transport a valuable Parish asset; Roland holds the strategic intel they need to stop Parish.
Episode 2.12 - Need to Know
Rose kidnaps and interrogates an Alpha prisoner; Harken and Gary search for Skylar.
Episode 2.13 - God's Eye
Dani starts having hallucinations about his daughter; Rosen seeks a final confrontation with Alpha leader Stanton Parish.
Creator and showrunner Jack Kenny discusses what's ahead in the second half of season four, which will air next year:
Well, we'll be introducing a couple of recurring characters in the next 10 episodes and then another big bad at the end of that.
So is this the end of Brent Spiner's Brother Adrian?
It is the end of him for now. I don't know when Brent could come back - I would love to have him any time - and he'd obviously be a different Brother Adrian than the one we met this year. But no, the big bad we're introducing next year is not Brother Adrian. I'm sure I am not allowed to say who it is, but I think he will be just as exciting to fans as Brent was.
He also discusses whether Leena could come back from the dead, much like Steve Jinks did:
We needed to lose someone who meant something. It couldn't be a guest star, it had to be somebody who meant something to our team.
So she is dead dead?
You know...yes. [Laughs]
Claudia had that great scene with Jinks where she explains how they've brought people back from the dead in the past. Is that not going to be the case with Leena?
We may see Leena again, but not alive. If we brought back everyone who died, death starts to mean nothing. It would be impossible to raise the stakes.
There's some more on the midseason finale at the link. [TV Guide]
Here are descriptions for episodes three through six:
Episode 3.03 - The Farmer
A Boston cop tries linking the town's latest body to similar cases.
Episode 3.04 - Over My Head
Audrey tries to find the connection for the ocean-related deaths that plague Haven.
Episode 3.05 - Double Jeopardy
Audrey tries to stop a woman that stalks Haven's criminals.
Episode 3.06 - Real Estate
On Halloween night, Audrey, Nathan and Duke become trapped inside a haunted house.
Here's a behind-the-scenes look at The CW's Green Arrow show, which begins next Wednesday.
And here are some cast photos. [KSiteTV]
Additional reporting by Rob H. Dawson and Charlie Jane Anders.