The Terminator revival casts another important star. The Russo Brothers hint at a familiar comics name drop for Steve Rogers in Avengers: Infinity War. One particular Legends of Tomorrow star is sticking around, despite this week’s finale. Plus, a new clip from The Flash‘s return, and Mon-El gets his new supersuit on Supergirl. Behold, spoilers!
Poor miserable Rick Grimes will probably be a little less miserable (for a brief time) in Walking Dead’s season finale. Image: Gene Page (AMC)
THR reports Scream Queens‘ Diego Boneta has secured a “key” but currently undisclosed role in director Tim Miller’s Terminator revival.
Toy Story 4
Toy Story 4 hits US theatres 21 June 2019 according to director Josh Cooley on Twitter.
JUNE 21 2019 pic.twitter.com/LiJhHNTOoo
— Josh Cooley (@CooleyUrFaceOff) April 8, 2018
Avengers: Infinity War
The Russo bros. shared a character poster of Chris Evans as “The Nomad” on Instagram. The poster is fan made by Hellblazer Arts, although the Russos provided no context or credit for the work. But perhaps it can be considered a hint that Steve Rogers will go by the moniker in Infinity War, a reference to the period in the comics when a disillusioned Steve put aside his shield and traded in the stars and stripes for what can only be described as a plunging neckline. But it could also just be a fun poke at fans, especially given that the poster is highly reminiscent of the poster for George Clooney’s movie The American.
Here’s a new poster for the monster film, much in the vein of the first image released recently. [Coming Soon]
Bloody Disgusting has a poster for the upcoming aliens-invade-Australia film, starring Temuera Morrison, Jacqueline McKenzie and Bruce Spence.
The Walking Dead
A new photo from TV Guide reveals Carl will return for the season finale – but not played by Chandler Riggs. Instead, a much younger version will return for a flashback sequence inspired by a moment Carl remembered in his final letter to his father just before his death. See for yourself:
Legends of Tomorrow
Following this week’s season finale, Entertainment Weekly reports Maisie Richardson-Sellers is still signed on to be a series regular in season four despite Amaya’s exit from Team Legends.
Sarah Shahi’s upcoming sci-fi series about an ex-hostage negotiator coaxing people out of virtual reality programs premieres in the US Wednesday, May 30, on NBC. [TV Line]
Bruce Langley has posted a photo of season two’s returning cast to Twitter.
— Bruce Langley (@BruceJLangley) April 6, 2018
The Handmaid’s Tale
Coming Soon has the latest poster for season two.
Gabriel returns in the synopsis for upcoming episode “Unfinished Business”, directed by actor Richard Speight, Jr himself.
Gabriel (guest star Richard Speight, Jr) is back and drags Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) into his plot for revenge on the demigods who sold him to Asmodeus. Meanwhile, Jack’s (Alexander Calvert) inflating confidence leads to reckless decisions that could put others in harm’s way.
Meanwhile, Coming Soon has photos from next week’s episode, “Bring ’em Back Alive”. More at the link.
Mon-El’s official costume debuts in photos from April 24’s “In Search of Lost Time”. Head over to TV Line to see the rest.
Meanwhile, here’s an extended trailer for next week’s return episode, “Schott Through the Heart”, featuring the spookiest rendition of Pop Goes the Weasel since Anthony Newley‘s.
Coming Soon has three new photos from season three.
Finally, the Elongated Man is reluctant to stick to the team’s plan in a clip from today’s return episode of The Flash, “Null & Annoyed”.
Banner art by Jim Cooke.