Ryan Reynolds is done playing superheroes for good after Deadpool. Star Wars: Rogue One may have added a cadre of infamous Bounty Hunters to its cast. Plus, teasers for Fear The Walking Dead and Heroes Reborn, new footage from Ant-Man, and a new prequel for The Strain. To Me, My Spoilers!
Ryan Reynolds says he’s done playing superheroes after Deadpool:
We all want to be Batman alone at home in our specifically-sewn Bat pajammies, but no, I have no desire to play any other superheroes after this. Hopefully we’ll get to do ‘Deadpool’ again. Given the fact that it’s rated R, the fans have to show their support for it, and they have to come out and make it worthwhile for the studio to make another one, but that’s it for me. I’ve punched that superhero card a few times now, and that’s enough.
Entertainment Weekly’s SDCC bonus issue has a few more pictures from the film, giving us a first look at much of the extended cast, and a pre-disfigurement Wade Wilson. [CBR]
Off the back of the news that Darth Vader will appear in the film, Bloody Disgusting is reporting that a cavalcade of Bounty Hunters will feature as villains, working for the the main villain, a Grand Moff allegedly played by Ben Mendehlson. The list includes the likes of Boba Fett, Bossk, Dengar, IG-88, 4-LOM and Zuckuss, as well as a live action debut for Clone Wars character Cad Bane.
Scott Lang leaves prison in this (hitchy-quality) preview clip originally streamed on Xbox game consoles. [CBR]
Executive producer Ali Adler discusses how the show will deal with Superman’s existence, after a very brief, backlit glimpse of him in the pilot:
Our prototype is the way the President is seen on Veep. It’s certainly [inspired by] so much of what Julia-Louis Dreyfus’ character goes through. Ultimately, this is a show about Supergirl, and we really want to see it through her lens.
Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis tease the new season.
Might Regina be tempted by Emma’s dark side?
Kitsis: I think we’re always tempted. It’s always more fun to hang out with someone who is willing to get into trouble than the person that won’t.
Will Emma have the powers of the seer as well and be able to see the future?
Horowitz: She’s going to be exploring exactly what her powers are.
Warren Ellis and Gale Anne Hurd teaming up to adapt the Mexican comic book about a young crimefighter in a metropolis on the border of the US and Mexico, for Universal Cable Productions. [THR]
Here’s a few short synopses for episodes four and five of the current season:
Episode 5.04 - Condition Terminal
Stiles works on tracking down a fugitive; Liam tries to be Mason’s wingman at a nightclub.
Episode 5.05 - A Novel Approach
In hopes of learning more about the Dread Doctors, the pack goes into Eichen House.
Entertainment Weekly has a few minor teasers for the series:
- The new generation of evolved humans is indeed referred to as “evos.”
- H.R.G. is living in isolation when a conspiracy theorist (Henry Zebrowski’s Quentin) brings him information on a terrorist attack in Odessa, TX that is blamed on the heroes.
- Hiro will appear in “a few episodes.”
- Luke Collins (Zachary Levi’s character) is a father hell-bent on avenging his child’s death in the Odessa tragedy. Judith Shekoni’s character, Joanne, is Luke’s revenge-seeking wife.
More at the link. [HeroSite.net]
Showrunner Matt Miller has confirmed that Warner Bros. have been unable to find a new home for the show, and that it is completely done for at this point.
JD and Molly discuss a dangerous twist in a police case, in this clip from “Morphoses”. [Spoiler TV]
The walkers are on the march in two short new teasers for the show:
Finally, here’s an animated preview about the history of the Occido Lumen for the upcoming season. [CBR]
Additional reporting by Abhimanyu Das and Charlie Jane Anders. Top image: Supergirl.