The Emoji Movie

Screen Rant sat down with Patrick Stewart to talk shit, literally:

I thought it was a very insightful and bold decision to make Poop the character that he is. Kind of charming, a little bit fay – you know the term, fay.


Dark Tower

Flickering Myth has a couple new illustrated posters.

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Deadpool 2

Director David Leitch spoke to Collider about his original pitch and casting Josh Brolin as Cable.

I always wanted a great actor to come to the table for Cable and I wanted somebody who could embody the character. Josh is obviously a prolific actor, and genuinely in his roles, he finds a humanity to every character he plays, even when he’s playing some things that might be seen as caricatures, he finds a humanity. So I was super excited that we landed him. I know there were a lot of names in the mix, and great people that could have landed this too, but I am 100% grateful we ended up with him. He is the embodiment of [Cable] and the energy between him and Ryan is amazing. We’re having so much fun making this movie.


The Flash

Entertainment Weekly reports that Tom Felton will not be returning as a series regular for the show’s fourth season, and has actually yet to book a return to the show at all. While nothing’s confirmed yet, it could mean latest Team Flash recruit Julian might be making an exit from the show altogether, unless he returns for a later arc in the season.


In related news, Grant Gustin told Comic Book that Barry will be a bit haunted from the six months he spent running inside the Speed Force between the end of season 3 and the start of season 4:

We’re not necessarily going to see Barry’s experience in the Speed Force. We’ll see kind of the effects that the Speed Force has had on Barry, and he’s been in there six months real-time. I suspect the Speed Force is kind of nonlinear with time, so Barry has experienced his entire life from start to end infinity times over since he’s been in there.

He’s going to have kind of an awakening when he comes out. He’s going to have some knowledge that he probably doesn’t even quite understand yet. He’ll also be little scrambled; He won’t really be himself the first time we see him.



Newsarama reports that Bryce Edward Hill has joined the writing staff of the live-action Teen Titans television series.


Rick & Morty

Here’s a mostly irreverent interview with writer Mike McMahon conducted by series creator Justin Roiland.

Finally, here’s another promo for episode 2 of the long-awaited third season, the Mad Max homage “Rickmancing the Stone”.

Banner art by Jim Cooke.