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Late last night Stephen Amell debuted the first trailer for the fourth season of Arrow [watch it here], and now executive producer Marc Guggenheim has posted a behind-the-scenes image from the table read of the spinoff show DC’s Legends of Tomorrow…
See Also: DC’s Legends of Tomorrow executive producer on the differences between The Atom and Ant-Man
When heroes alone are not enough… the world needs legends. Having seen the future, one he will desperately try to prevent from happening, time-traveling rogue Rip Hunter is tasked with assembling a disparate group of both heroes and villains to confront an unstoppable threat — one in which not only is the planet at stake, but all of time itself. Can this ragtag team defeat an immortal threat unlike anything they have ever known?
- Gary Collinson
Anyone who followed either Arrow or The Flash last season knows that both shows cross over quite frequently, whether it be Arrow and his team coming to Central City, or The Flash going to Star City. It makes sense that The CW Network would start promoting both shows at the same time, then, with a new trailer that throws some electronic dance music (Edm) into the mix, along with footage and sound bites from your favorite episodes of both shows. The end of this video teases that The Flash even has a new hobby.
At the end of this thumping party mix, the DJ is revealed to be none other than Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) in full costume. Perhaps the network is trying some unconventional promotional methods, luring the Edm crowd in to watch both Arrow and The Flash. This isn't the first time The CW has tried to cross-promote both shows in unique ways. »
Yesterday, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter star Milla Jovovich shared the first photos from the Cape Town, South Africa set, which showed off some bloody neck wounds during the actress' makeup test. Earlier today, the actress shared yet another photo from her latest round of makeup tests on her Instagram page, which has makeup artist Christina Smith applying a large cut to the actress' cheek while her husband and director Paul W.S. Anderson looks on. Here's what the actress had to say on her Instagram page.
"More "Alice" make up tests with @christinaslashes and our director came in for a peek. ߘɰߒ#moreblood #hero #residentevilmovie #capetowndiary"
Production is slated to begin in South Africa later this week on Resident Evil 6, and we'll be sure to get an official update from Milla Jovovich through her social media channels, as soon as principal photography is under way. Production was actually slated to begin last summer, »
After being delayed due to Milla Jovovich's pregnancy, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter is finally ready to roll, with production beginning later this week. To tease her return as Alice, the actress has posted two new photos on Instagram. The first shows off Alice's chest wounds, which aren't as bad as expected. Just some minor bruising and scratches. The second photo is a costume tag, which confirms what we've suspected all along. That Alice really is the hero of this franchise.
It isn't known exactly what day shooting will begin on Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, but Milla Jovovich will let us know as soon as the first slate is cracked. Production prep on the 6th installment of the long-standing series began several weeks ago in South Africa, with the actress and her husband, director Paul W.S. Anderson both on location. Milla Jovovich has appeared in every single live-action Resident Evil movie, »
With The Flash's Season 2 premiere just over one month away, Australian network Fox 8 has debuted a new international trailer for the hit series, which offers a brief glimpse of new footage. While we don't see much in this 15-second teaser, we do get to see Barry Allen's (Grant Gustin) blue lightning powers for the first time. We see Barry speed through Central City, leaving a blue trail behind in his wake.
Last season, The Flash left yellow trails behind as he sped through town, while Reverse Flash (Tom Cavanagh) left red trails. In the trailer that was shown during Comic-Con, fans saw a speedster that left blue trails behind, but it wasn't known if this was Barry Allen or some new character coming to Central City, such as Jay Garrick (Teddy Sears) or Zoom, who has yet to be cast. This trailer confirms that Barry is responsible for this blue lightning, »
We’ve already seen one shrinking superhero on the screen this year in Marvel’s Ant-Man, and with The Atom set to headline The CW’s upcoming Arrow / The Flash spinoff DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, executive producer Phil Klemmer has been speaking about the challenges of bringing Ray Palmer to weekly television, and differentiating him from his Marvel rival.
“The only challenge is how expensive his costume costs, and the danger that we actually injure him doing stunts, because his costume actually costs not just more than a car — more than, like, your average American home — so the scariest thing about Atom is I’m thinking, like, ‘when do you use a digital double, and when do you use Brandon?'” Klemmer tells DCLegendsTV.
- Gary Collinson
Yet another layer of bickering in Relativity Media’s financial collapse was revealed Friday afternoon, when the bankrupt studio filed court papers to try to prevent a Calabasas firm that insures film releases from seizing the thriller “The Disappointments Room.”
Relativity’s lawyers claimed that UniFi Completion Guarantors first tried to grab the film from Technicolor one day before the mini-studio’s July 30 bankruptcy filing. UniFi has continued its bid to gain control of the film to hand it over to foreign distributors, despite a stay from the bankruptcy court intended to prevent such moves, Relativity claims.
The Beverly Hills-based entertainment company asks for a temporary restraining order and injunction from U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Michael Wiles to prevent further attempts to distribute the film overseas before Relativity can release it in the United States.
“A premature foreign release is likely to result in an increased rate of piracy that threatens domestic box office receipts, »
- James Rainey
A couple of days ago we saw the first teaser for the upcoming second season of The Flash [watch it here], and now The CW has released another brief promo which features a few shots of Barry (Grant Gustin), Cisco (Carlos Valdes), Captain Cold (Wentworth Miller) and Heat Wave (Dominic Purcell)…
See Also: First look at Jay Garrick in The Flash
The Flash season 2 debuts on October 6th on The CW.
- Gary Collinson
Filming for Resident Evil: The Final Chapter begins in South Africa next month, and Ali Larter (who was announced to return last month) has confirmed that this will, indeed, be the final chapter of the long-running franchise.
“We are not allowed to say one thing,” she told IGN. “I am held to secrecy, but what I can tell you is that the script is amazing. They’re really wrapping up the whole series, so that just makes it a little more poignant. To be able to come back and reprise my role as Claire and my relationship with Alice, with Umbrella Corp. — you know, I’m excited to get back in it. I think the fans are just going to be beyond excited.”
- Luke Owen
It's been reported for some time now that Paul W S Anderson's upcoming sixth Resident Evil film will be the last in the series. Furthermore, the fact that the movie is called Resident Evil: The Final Chapter would suggest that the end is in sight (although you're only a 'New Beginning'-esque subtitle away from a reboot, of course).
"We are not allowed to say one thing. I am held to secrecy, but what I can tell you is that the script is amazing. They’re really wrapping up the whole series, so that just makes it a little more poignant. To be »
As the last chapter in Paul Ws Anderson’s zombie action series edges closer to production, one of the sequel’s returning stars has opened up on the future of the franchise. Bearing the title Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, it certainly exerts a finality to proceedings, which hasn’t stopped the juggernaut series continuing after earlier sequels brandishing the equally dubious subtitles Afterlife, Extinction and Apocalypse. However, according to Ali Larter – who reprises her role as Claire Redfield – this actually is the last sequel.
“I know it is,” Larter told IGN when asked about The Final Chapter living up to its name. “We are not allowed to say one thing. I am held to secrecy, but what I can tell you is that the script is amazing. They’re really wrapping up the whole series, so that just makes it a little more poignant. To be able to come »
- Gem Seddon
Reboots and revivals are all the rave right now on TV, but one series that fans are unequivocally excited about is Prison Break. After months and months of speculation, Fox finally announced that a Prison Break limited series is in development, with both Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell set to return as brothers Michael Scofield and Lincoln Burrows. But Purcell revealed to E! News that he actually knew about this revival a long time ago. "It's very exciting. It's been in the works for a while now," Purcell tells E! News. "Wentworth and I were aware of it about three months ago, or actually way before that. And we're just stoked. We're very, very happy to come back. I know the fans »
"Prison Break" fans were excited to hear about the limited series sequel in the works at Fox, but one big question was left hanging over the revival.
How, exactly, was Wentworth Miller going to return as main character Michael Scofield when Michael died in the two-hour TV movie finale? Well, without giving away any spoilers, Dominic Purcell, who is returning as Michael's brother Lincoln, told E! News, "I know that we're starting from where we left off on the show. I know that story but I can't tell you what it is. It's really exciting though. It will make sense for the fans."
By "show," does he mean where the show ended in 2009 including the TV movie finale or before the finale? For now, we have to assume they'll show us that Michael did not actually die, maybe in some Bourne-level deception where it seemed like he was »
- Gina Carbone
When Fox’s Prison Break revival (somehow) resurrects Michael Scofield, will his bride be waiting for him?
RelatedPrison Break ‘Sequel’ Event Series Officially Ordered at Fox
Thus far, the only cast announced for the 10-episode event series are Wentworth Miller and his TV bro Dominic Purcell. And while faithful fans presume that Michael’s wife Sara simply must be a part of the reunion, nothing is certain. Yet.
The confirmation last week by Fox of the revival of "Prison Break" for an event series to begin production shortly led to one obvious question - scheduling.
After all the show's two big stars Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell are already committed to two other series over on The CW - serving as series regulars on the midseason launcher "DC's Legends of Tomorrow" along with guest starring spots on "The Flash".
Now, Purcell confirms to The Live Feed that scheduling has been worked out and the pair will return to the roles of the brothers Scofield immediately once their supervillain duties wrap:
"We'll shoot 'Legends [of Tomorrow]', and then once 'Legends' is completed, Wentworth and I will go straight into ['Prison Break']; we're basically shooting 'Prison Break' straight away. As soon as Legends finishes, we'll hop to another set. It's going to be certainly a busy couple of years for Wentworth and I. »
- Garth Franklin
Alicia Rancilio, Associated Press
"'Prison Break' wouldn't happen if Wentworth didn't want to do it," Purcell told The Associated Press Monday at a CBS party for the TV Critics Association.
Purcell and Miller played brothers on the popular Fox show. Their story began with Miller's character getting purposely sent to prison with an elaborate plan to break out his brother, who was on death row. "Prison Break" aired for four seasons from 2005-2009.
Last week, Fox announced it would bring the show back in 2016 for a 10-episode event series.
The two actors will also share the screen on the midseason CW series "DC's Legends of Tomorrow." Purcell plays Heat Wave and Miller is Captain Cold.
"Wentworth was the one who suggested me for ('Legends'), said Purcell. »
- The Associated Press
When it comes to Fox’s officially announced Prison Break revival, this much we know:
As TVLine reported in June, the action-thriller is returning in 2016 as a 10-episode event series — with both Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell (who now star and recur on The CW’s midseason superhero series Legends of Tomorrow) on board, as escape artist Michael Scofield and onetime Death Row inmate Lincoln Burrows.
RelatedPrison Break ‘Sequel’ Event Series Officially Ordered at Fox
Also, the revival is the handiwork of series creator Paul Scheuring, who in fact is adapting an idea he had at the time that »
The Season 1 finale of The Flash set the table for numerous interesting possibilities in Season 2, which is currently in production. Shortly after the Season 1 finale, executive producer Andrew Kreisberg teased that The Flash Season 2 will explore the multiverse, meaning the multiple timelines in Earth 1 and Earth 2. As it turns out, fans will get to see Earth 2 a lot sooner than they expected. Here's what executive producer Andrew Kreisberg had to say in an interview with Entertainment Weekly, revealing they're trying to make the multiverse simple and complex at the same time, in the same way they handled time travel.
"We're trying to do the same thing this year with Earth 2 and the concept of the multiverse and the concept of dopplegangers. We've been having a lot of fun with that and getting glimpses of Earth 2 probably sooner than people would've thought."
At the end of the Season 1 finale, »
Prison Break will be returning to Fox next year for a 10-episode event series that will bring back stars Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell. Prison Break Event Series Fox announced at the Television Critics Association summer press tour in Beverly Hills on Thursday that the network would be giving Prison Break a second life in 2016, […]
The post ‘Prison Break’ Sequel Event Series Confirmed By Fox appeared first on uInterview. »
- Chelsea Regan
The past few years have seen a number of once-cancelled series make a return to the air in some form or the other, with numerous members of the original cast and crew involved once again, a list that has included Netflix’s Arrested Development and its upcoming Fuller House, NBC’s upcoming Heroes Reborn, and Fox’s 24: Live Another Day and upcoming The X-Files. Now the latter channel has added another show to the roster, confirming that Prison Break will be returning in a limited series capacity in the 2016-2017 television season.
Fox made the announcement on Thursday at the Television Critics Association, adding that the series would run for ten episodes to begin, and original show creator Paul Scheuring would be writing it once again. Original series stars Wentworth Miller and Dominic Purcell have already been signed on to the continuation, with executives confirming other as-yet-unnamed cast members »
- Deepayan Sengupta
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