We've got the first clip of Arcee, the pink motorcycle Transformer, and all you have to do to watch it is listen to someone sing the praises of Transformers 2 director Michael Bay. Also, there are new hints about the Incredible Hulk sequel (already) and Wanted. And a couple of new Dragonball pics. A new behind-the-scenes video gives some new hints about J.J. Abrams' scary science show Fringe. And someone has spoiled tonight's Battlestar Galactica finale. And last, but definitely not least, there are tons and tons of new Doctor Who spoilers, including photos. Spoilers are in the house.
Incredible Hulk 2:
The Incredible Hulk sequel (if it happens) will feature Sam Sterns, aka the Leader, as its main villain — to the surprise of nobody, since the first film clearly set Sterns up for that role. [Entertainment Weekly]
Just how badly do you want to see what Arcee, Transformers 2's pink motorcycle robot, looks like in her "vehicle mode"? Badly enough to wade through a four-minute music video about Michael Bay and how much he rocks our universe? Well then, this is your lucky day. There's a few seconds of Arcee goodness (around 3:22) in this otherwise paintastic video. [TFW2005]
And hey, here are some incredibly boring set photos, including Sam Witwicky's frat house! [The Faded Silver Screen]
The Battlestar Galactica season finale got a sneak preview in L.A. the other night, and someone posted a full recap. Since by the time you read this, you'll be able to watch the whole episode over at SciFi.com (showing hourly from 9 to 4 EST) I'm not going to bother retyping the whole summary, but it's here. [Sci Fi Heaven]
Fox, the character Angelina Jolie plays in Wanted, is unhappy because her father was killed, and she's obsessed with the assassin's code she lives by. Fox doesn't talk much — mostly because Jolie insisted on editing most of her character's dialog out of the script.
Some new Dragonball photos have cropped up. There's also a leaked script, but apparently it's a fake. [Dragonball Movie Blog]
Here's a behind-the-scenes video for Fringe, J.J. Abrams' new evil-science-conspiracy show, including some new footage from the pilot. [Spoiler Geeks]
In the fourth Middleman episode, airing June 30, Wendy goes to train with Sensei Ping, a martial arts master. But Ping gets kidnapped by Lucha Libre wrestlers seeking revenge. The Middleman goes looking for Ping — and gets captured too. So it's up to Wendy to rescue them both. [Spoiler TV]
The long-secret title of Doctor Who's twelfth episode came out just after our deadline yesterday: It's called "The Stolen Earth." And here's the plot synopsis:
Earth's greatest heroes assemble in a time of dire need, in tonight's penultimate episode in this series of Russell T Davies's Bafta Award-winning time-travelling drama. But can the Doctor's secret army defeat the might of the new Dalek Empire?
With battles on the streets and in the skies, the Doctor and Donna must brave the Shadow Proclamation to find out the truth. However, a fearsome old enemy waits in the shadows...
In this Saturday's Doctor Who, Donna decides to stay behind by the pool on a resort world, while the Doctor goes off in a shuttle journey to visit a sapphire waterfall. (Donna's hardly in the episode at all.) The shuttle has 10 people on it, but by the end of the episode, there are only 6 left. It's like the inside of a 1970s or 1980s jumbo jet, and an evil entity breaks in and takes over. Someone has to make the ultimate sacrifice. Singer Rafaela Carra appears as the shuttle's "entertainment packae." And someone (Rose?) calls the Doctor's name from a viewscreen, but he doesn't hear. Also, in the following episode, Donna has a "time beetle" on her back. And apparently the founders of the Shadow Proclamation are the Shadow Architects.
And here's a rumored storyline for episode 11, "Turn Left": The Doctor dies fighting the Racnoss (back in the 2006 Christmas special), because Donna isn't there to help him. And the Judoon take over the hospital, killing Martha, because the Doctor's not there. Sarah Jane Smith also dies somehow. The Sontarans nearly kill everybody, and the Torchwood team all die. The Titanic crashes into Earth and causes a nuclear disaster. The Adipose wipe out America because the U.S. is full of fatties. And then the stars start to go out, because it's the end of the universe. And Rose/Bad Wolf comes back. [Doctor Who Forum]
And hey, here are some promo pics from "Turn Left" [Spoiler TV]
Also, the BBC put up a new "FAQ" that actually includes some spoilers. There are "no plans" to bring back the Master. (Really?). The Doctor may have more than 13 lives now that the other Time Lords are gone. You'll see extra areas of the TARDIS (the Doctor's ship) in upcoming episodes. And the Doctor really, really is half-human on his mother's side as the 1996 TV movie established. [BBC]