The Supergirl/Flash Musical Crossover Has Found Its Villain

The Supergirl/Flash Musical Crossover Has Found Its Villain

John Boyega suits up for Pacific Rim: Uprising. The Flash teases a big return to Gorilla City and a major new villain. Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale adaptation will do away with a major aspect of the original novel. Plus, there’s a ton of new footage from The LEGO Batman Movie, and The Predator adds another cast member. Behold, spoilers!

The Supergirl/Flash Musical Crossover Has Found Its Villain

The Predator

Keegan-Michael Key has joined the cast in an undisclosed role that will see him team up with the heroes to fight the predators. [THR]

Transformers: The Last Knight

USA Today‘s 2017 preview has a new image from the film.

The Supergirl/Flash Musical Crossover Has Found Its Villain

And here’s the first TV spot of what’s sure to be many, many more:

Alien: Covenant/Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2/Pirates of the Carribean 5

Speaking of the USA Today 2017 preview, there are new images for each of those movies in it, too.

The Supergirl/Flash Musical Crossover Has Found Its Villain
The Supergirl/Flash Musical Crossover Has Found Its Villain
The Supergirl/Flash Musical Crossover Has Found Its Villain

Pacific Rim: Uprising

A new picture from the set of the film has John Boyega suited up in his Jaeger pilot gear.

The LEGO Batman Movie

Not one, not two, but three new TV spots, featuring mostly new footage, have been released.

The Space Between Us

Here’s a new trailer for the “boy born on Mars falls in love with an Earth girl” movie.

The Flash

Keith David will voice Solovar, leader of Gorilla City, in a two-part episode set in Grodd’s society of hyperintelligent gorillas. [TV Line]

Meanwhile, Black Flash will indeed be a part of the show, according to Andrew Kreisberg:

You might be seeing him on multiple shows. He will [be] the classic comic book Grim Reaper aspect. It’s just going to be on multiple shows. He’s a classic character and we have storylines on multiple shows that fit having him return. There’s something so scary about him, even scarier than when he was just a man because now he is the Grim Reaper, he is like the Devil. How do you stop the Devil? It presents an interesting challenge for the heroes of the respective shows in which he appears.

However, Teddy Sears isn’t necessarily locked down to play his own skeleton, Kreisberg added:

I’m not sure. Teddy is pretty busy with [24: Legacy].


Meanwhile, the Music Meister has been confirmed to be the villain of the Flash-Supergirl crossover musical episode, as if it could have been anyone else.. Whether he will played by Neil Patrick Harris still remains to be seen. [TV Guide]


Peter Gadiot has been cast as Mr Mxyzptlk, the fanciful imp from the fifth dimension from DC comics, in a two-part episode this season. [Heroic Hollywood]

Once Upon a Time

JoAnna Garcia Swisher will reprise her role as Ariel on the show, according to executive producers Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis:

Ariel returns and meets Princess Jasmine [Karen David] as they join Hook [Colin O’Donoghue] on an adventure as he and Emma [Jennifer Morrison] face a daunting challenge that requires a big time princess team-up.

[Entertainment Weekly]

Meanwhile, episode 16 of the season is titled “Mother’s Little Helper”.

The Handmaid’s Tale

The series will do away with the white supremacist element of the Republic of Gilead from the original novel. Executive producer Bruce Miller tells TV Line it was “a huge discussion with Margaret Atwood, and in some ways it is a ‘TV vs. book’ thing”.

After all, on the printed page, It’s easy to say ‘they sent off all the people of colour,’ but seeing it all the time on a TV show is harder. Also, honestly, what’s the difference between making a TV show about racists and making a racist TV show? Why would we be covering [the story of handmaid Offred, played by Mad Men’s Elisabeth Moss], rather than telling the story of the people of colour who got sent off to Nebraska?


The reboot will be a “standalone” series with few references to the original, according to CW President Mark Pedowitz. [TV Guide]

Twin Peaks

Madchen Amick says the returning characters have changed quite a bit over the course of time between the new series and where the show left off:

You don’t want to give it away. Some of the characters aren’t where you think they might be 25 years later. We broke the mould for television. We’re about to break it again.

[TV Guide]


Here’s a new TV spot for the show, featuring some pondering on the implications of the age old “Is it a bird, is it a plane?” refrain.


Zombie armies abound in a new synopsis for the show’s third season.

In the third season, Liv has discovered more zombies living in Seattle than she previously believed. In fact, there is a private military contractor employing a small zombie army, and that army is preparing for the day humans learns of their existence. Major finds a job and acceptance in this army. Live and Clive investigate the murder of a zombie family that may just set off an all-out zombie-human war. Ravi’s former boss at the Center for Disease Control shows up in Seattle to investigate the Max Rager massacre. Blaine finds living as a human with no memory of his evil past is more blessing than curse. Peyton pulls at a thread in one of her cases that may lead to the villain that’s pulling all the strings. This season, Liv will eat the brains and take on the traits of a dominatrix, a JACKASS-style stuntman, an office gossip, a pre-school teacher, a conspiracy theorist, a dungeon master, and many more.

[Spoiler TV]

Agents of SHIELD

May attempts to uncover the mystery behind her LMD-ification in a new synopsis for “Wake Up”.

May works to uncover the truth about whatever happened to her; Aida’s next move puts everyone’s life at risk.

[Spoiler TV]

The Librarians

The library (and the rest of the world) hangs in the balance in a new synopsis for the third season finale, “And the Wrath and Chaos”.

The Librarians’ two-front battle comes to a head when the Library is simultaneously infiltrated by DOSA and Apep. Flynn, Baird, Stone, Cassandra, Ezekiel and Jenkins must all put aside their differences in an attempt to save the Library, the world and themselves. Vanessa Williams guest stars.

[Spoilers Daily]

The 100

Showrunner Jason Rothenberg discusses how the characters will react to the new doomsday scenario of the upcoming season:

If you can’t stop the end of the world, how can you find hope? Some people will cling to their loved ones, some people will fight to their last breath, and some people are just done fighting.

There are also a few new images from the season. [Entertainment Weekly]

The Supergirl/Flash Musical Crossover Has Found Its Villain
The Supergirl/Flash Musical Crossover Has Found Its Villain

Big Hero 6: The Series

Finally, here’s an oblique new teaser for the animated series continuation of the film.