I Am Number Four

Here's a couple TV spots for the upcoming teen-aliens movie: [BeyondHollywood]

Battle: Los Angeles

A new poster has been released: [IGN]

The Adventures of TinTin: Secret of the Unicorn

Here's another image: [IGN]

John Carter of Mars

The movie's release date has moved to March 9, 2012, which is also the same tentative date set for Ridley Scott's Prometheus. [MovieWeb.com]



Here's a promo for the next episode, "Reciprocity":

Doctor Who

Who's ready for a completely psychotic, transparently false rumor? The latest scuttlebutt is that Amy will become pregnant in the next series...only the child won't be Rory's. The Doctor then becomes the prime suspect to be the biological father, but other candidates supposedly include Vincent Van Gogh, a Cybermen, and, most disgustingly of all — and I do not say that lightly — a Dalek are also candidates. This is supposed to lead "to a big who's the daddy plotline." Now, I don't say this often, but this really might be the stupidest rumor I've ever heard. There's absolutely nothing in what the cast has teased about the new series to even slightly support this — indeed, Arthur Darvill has very explicitly said that Rory and the Doctor are done "competing" over Amy — and this story doesn't even remotely fit with Steven Moffat's style. Or any other Doctor Who style for that matter. But hey, if you feel this rumor still isn't absurd enough, how about some insane speculation that Amy's child turns out to be River Song? [via Unreality TV]


Torchwood: Miracle Day

The new series has completed its second week of filming, and new star Bill Pullman shot his first scenes as charming psychopath Oswald Jones (but then, does Torchwood have any other kind of psychopath?), joined by fellow new actor Arlene Tur as Dr. Vera Juarez. Also on set was Tom Price, reprising his role as Gwen's old police colleague Andy Davidson. Filming included a prison, a "haunted" hospital, and Los Angeles City Hall. [Doctor Who News Page]



Here's the synopsis for episode 14, "Chuck vs. the Seduction Impossible":

THE TEAM JETS TO MOROCCO TO SAVE ONE OF THEIR OWN - JOHN LARROQUETTE RETURNS AS ‘ROAN MONTGOMERY' - LINDA HAMILTON AND MEKENNA MELVIN ALSO GUEST STAR - In need of an exciting new mission, Chuck (Zachary Levi), Sarah (Yvonne Strahovski) and Casey (Adam Baldwin) are sent to Morocco to rescue Roan Montgomery (guest star John Larroquette). Meanwhile, Chuck and Sarah are at odds over their future plans. Back at home, Morgan (Joshua Gomez) prepares to meet Alex's (guest star Mekenna Melvin) mom, as Mary (guest star Linda Hamilton) bonds with her family. Sarah Lancaster, Ryan McPartlin and Bonita Friedericy also star.



The Cape

Here's a promo for tonight's episode, "Scales on a Train": [SpoilerTV]

Here's a summary of episode 6, "Goggles and Hicks", which if nothing else proves this show is going to keep using awesomely silly titles: [SpoilerTV]

A TEAM OF TECH SAVVY ASSASSINS DISCOVER THE CAPE'S IDENTITY—Badly bruised and exhausted, The Cape (David Lyons) heeds advice from Max (Keith David) to take some time off to recover. Determined to finally kill The Cape, Peter Fleming (James Frain) hires a tech-savvy team, including Goggles (guest star Pruitt Taylor Vince) and Hicks (guest star Chad Lindberg), to track and destroy The Cape. Meanwhile, Orwell (Summer Glau) faces digital challenges against the teams' strong expertise and Dana (Jennifer Ferrin) becomes more involved in uncovering the truth about Vince's case.



Samantha Ferris has confirmed that her character Ellen will return in an upcoming episode — despite being dead — but she won't divulge any additional details. [SpoilerTV; for further thoughts on this news check out Gather]


Being Human (UK)

Here's a promo and some photos for episode 2, "Adam's Family": [SpoilerTV]


Here's photos and a synopsis for episode 5, "Concordia", and then the same for episode 6, "Siege": [The V-Files]

"Concordia" - Anna uses her newest gift to mankind, "Concordia," as a cover to hide an invading fleet of breeding vessels that will be used to ensure the perpetuation of Visitors for future generations.. Meanwhile, Eli Cohn (guest star Oded Fehr) tries to convince Erica and the Fifth Column that the " Concordia " gala is the perfect time to assassinate Anna.

"Siege" - Anna, enraged at the increasing audacity of the Fifth Column attacks, enlists Ryan in an attempt to wipe out the Fifth Column in one fell swoop.. Meanwhile, Father Travis, following Vatican orders, asks Jack to leave the church, and Lisa meets Diana, her grandmother – who Anna said was dead – for the first time.



Here's a synopsis and photos for "Beacon", which sees the returns of Martha Kent, Lionel Luthor, and Chloe: [ComicBookMovie]

MARTHA KENT COMES HOME - Clark is surprised to see Martha on the news speaking at a pro-vigilante rally. However, surprise quickly turns to horror when he and Lois watch as Martha gets shot on national television. Meanwhile, Lionel reveals himself to the world and reclaims LuthorCorp from Tess and Oliver. Lois and Chloe decide to cheer Clark up by showing him videos from thousands of vigilante supporters professing their support for The Blur.


The Geoff Johns penned episode "Booster" has found its two big guest stars, Booster Gold and Blue Beetle. First up, Days of our Lives star Eric Martsolf is playing Booster Gold. Canadian actor Jaren Brandt Bartlett, best known for playing Alejandro on the TV show The Troop, has been cast as the Jaime Reyes incarnation of the Blue Beetle. But fans of the old-school Blue Beetle aren't completely out of luck, as Sebastian Spence has been cast as previous Beetle Ted Kord. Executive producer Brian Peterson describes Kord's role in the episode:

"We meet Ted Kord as a captain of industry who has lost a valuable weapon...the scarab. He'll cross paths with Booster Gold, Jaime Reyes, and, of course, Clark."


Spence previously appeared on Battlestar Galactica in the recurring role of Viper pilot Noel "Narcho" Allison. [EW and ]

Additional reporting by Chelsea Lo Pinto and Charlie Jane Anders.