The Flash is headed to the past — well, the very recent past. The CW’s Arrow spinoff is about to introduce former S.T.A.R.
James Gunn didn’t shy away from teasing spoilers about his “Guardians of the Galaxy” sequel at Variety’s Entertainment & Technology Summit Tuesday. “It’s going to be a really surprising open. What happens is all the characters are killed in the first 10 minutes,” Gunn joked.
“[Sandman's] not a DC Comics film. It’s a Vertigo film. That’s a different slate of films, and a different announcement.” Fitting, considering that the Vertigo comic series has a long history of flirting with whether or not it actually takes place within DC proper.
Sean Payton was a little snippy in his post-game press conference after the Saints lost to the Lions and dropped to 2-4 this afternoon. First he called out a reporter for asking a dumb (inaudible) question. About 40 seconds later, the Saints coach got curt when he was interrupted.
Benedict Cumberbatch and Joaquin Phoenix are still very much in the mix to star in “Doctor Strange,” while Marvel is also considering Colin Farrell for the coveted superhero role along with Keanu Reeves, an individual familiar with the high-profile project has told TheWrap.
In a year full of wonderful new shows, “Penny Dreadful” was one of the most pleasant surprises. Perhaps “pleasant” isn’t the right word: “Arresting,” “energetic,” “intense” and “heartbreaking” might be better descriptors of the Showtime drama, which arrived on DVD and other platforms Oct. 14.