Margot Robbie hints at more Harley Quinn in her future. Get up close and personal with T’Challa’s new suit in a new Black Panther poster. Plus, a teaser for Supergirl’s midseason finale, Legion loses its big bad, and mysterious casting for Game of Thrones’ final season. To me, my spoilers!
That Hashtag Show reports Ben Mendelsohn is playing Captain Yon-Rogg, a Kree informant who will set the stage for the upcoming Kree/Skrull war. In the comics, Yon-Rogg was a major antagonist of Mar-Vell, the original Captain Marvel, who’ll be played in the movie by Jude Law.
Margot Robbie confirmed to Variety she plans to reprise her role as Harley Quinn for an unspecified DCEU project next year—which could be the Suicide Squad sequel, but could also perhaps be the Joker/Harley movie from Glenn Ficarra and John Requa.
I hope to be playing Harley again, at least next year. I love her.
A new international poster from Coming Soon isn’t afraid to let Black Panther wear his mask—which we get to see in all it’s updated glory. The little fangs on the perforated area are a nice touch.
The latest issue of Empire has two collectible covers of Kylo and Rey each, packaged inside specially marked bags so you can’t read them at Barnes & Noble.
Warner Bros. has released a new trailer for Paddington’s latest adventure.
Variety reports Wonder Woman’s Saïd Taghmaoui has left the series, and will not be playing primary villain the Shadow King. A search for a replacement is currently underway.
Dove Cameron has joined Agents of SHIELD in a currently undisclosed role.
Watchers on the Wall reports Danielle Galligan has been cast as “Sarra,” a character appearing in the eighth episode of the final season. As the outlet notes, A Song of Fire and Ice does briefly include a member of the recently-purged House of Frey named Sarra, but that character has already made a fleeting appearance in season three.
The BBC has turned their Twice Upon a Time poster into an ominous, dramatically scored motion poster.
Finally, Reign makes her long-awaited debut in the trailer for Supergirl’s midseason finale, “Reign.”
Banner art by Jim Cooke.