Agents of SHIELD casts a major part of Ghost Rider's backstory. James Wan starts teasing Aquaman's production. Rogue One gives us our best look at Darth Vader, who looks like... well, Darth Vader. Plus, new footage from the return of Gotham, and new looks at Voyage of Time and The Great Wall. Behold, Spoilers!
Marvel has also confirmed that the release date of the film has been brought forward in the UK and Ireland, to October 25th.
— Marvel UK & Ireland (@MarvelUK) September 7, 2016
Here's a new poster. [Coming Soon]
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
New promotional art has started appearing online, thanks to the Pyramid International Catalogue for the film's merchandise -- and yes, it gives a better look at the film's Darth Vader (despite the fact that he, you know, still looks like Darth Vader). More at the link. [/Film]
James Wan teases a potential location for the film's production.
Voyage of Time
IMAX has released a featurette on the making of Terrence Malick's new documentary about the creation of the universe.
The Great Wall
Here's a new Chinese poster for the Great Wall-set monster film. [Screen Rant]
Finn Jones revealed this quote from Danny's mentor Lei Kung the Thunderer in the show. It may seem innocuous, but the Instagram post has since been a deleted, implying there might be something here the show isn't quite ready to reveal. [Monkeys Fighting Robots]
The Last Ship
The show has been renewed for season five. [TV Guide]
Agents of SHIELD
Lorenzo James Henrie will be playing Gabriel Reyes in the show, the disabled brother of Robbie Reyes whose condition eventually drives Robbie into the circumstances that turned him into Ghost Rider in the comics. [Comicbook.com]
Jim Gordon forgets who DC Comic's Jim Gordon was actually meant to be like in a new promo for the show's return.
Here's a new Penguin promo, to boot.
Finally, the show has released a "teaser" for the first episode of season six, that's just a clip containing some snippets of the episode's script.
Additional reporting by Gordon Jackson. Banner art by Jim Cooke.