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Superhero Bits: ‘Gotham’ Return Date, ‘Justice League’ Deleted Scene Details & More

When does the fourth season of Gotham return this spring? Where in the Marvel Cinematic Universe timeline does Black Panther take place? Who is replacing Charlie Tahan as Scarecrow on Gotham? How much new footage of Superman is on the Justice League home video release? Will Gwyneth Paltrow still have Extremis powers in Avengers: Infinity […]

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Gotham Casts Its New Scarecrow

To say that Gotham has utilized a healthy amount of Batman’s rogues gallery is an understatement. Heck, we’ve seen everyone from the Penguin and the Riddler to Professor Pyg and Flamingo throughout the course of its four seasons. But, as is to be expected, it’s the ones who are more well known among the mainstream that most often put in recurring appearances.

Not long ago, word came down that not only would Scarecrow show up a few more times later this season, but also that there existed the possibility of him being recast. Well, it looks like those reports were entirely accurate because we’re now going to see yet another actor playing the young Jonathan Crane – and in the very same season the last one appeared, no less.]

What separates this situation from that of Poison Ivy’s is that no pseudo-scientific reason will yield the change,
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Gotham Officially Casts New Actor As Scarecrow

Gotham has officially recast the role of Scarecrow, confirming rumors that originally surfaced a number of weeks ago. The infamous Batman villain reappeared in Gotham‘s season four premiere, with Jonathan Crane (played by Charlie Tahan) transforming into his infamous masked alter ego and setting off to instill fear into the heart of Gotham City. The baddie’s reign of terror was short-lived however, as he narrowly escaped being captured by the Gcpd in episode two and hasn’t been seen since.
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Gotham Recast: David W. Thompson Taking Over as [Spoiler]

Gotham Recast: David W. Thompson Taking Over as [Spoiler]
An infamous villain is set to stalk Gotham anew, albeit with a drastically altered appearance.

TVLine has learned exclusively that David W. Thompson has been tapped to take over the role of Scarecrow, the Big Bad psychopath previously portrayed by Charlie Tahan (pictured, right). According to an insider, Tahan’s series-regular gig on Netflix’s recently-renewed Ozark precluded him from reprising the role. (I teased the impending recast late last year in Ask Ausiello.) The character was last seen in the Season 4 premiere.

RELATED2018 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?

Gotham is,
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Scarecrow Will Return To Gotham, May Be Recast

To say that Gotham has utilized a healthy amount of Batman’s rogues gallery is an understatement. Heck, we’ve seen everyone from the Penguin and the Riddler to Professor Pyg and Flamingo throughout the course of its four seasons. But, as is to be expected, it’s the ones who are more well known among the mainstream that most often put in recurring appearances.

So, while we bide our time waiting for the return of Cameron Monaghan as Jerome Valeska, the proto-Joker, we’ve learned that none other than the Scarecrow will again be wreaking havoc later this season. In fact, a recent breakdown unearthed by That Hashtag Show not only tells us exactly when he’ll come back, but forces us to believe that a recasting could be on the agenda:

(Jonathan Crane) Male, Early to Mid 20s. Caucasian. After being dosed with a fear toxin developed by his late father,
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Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on The Originals, Gotham, Roseanne, NCIS, Grey's, S.H.I.E.L.D., Timeless and More

Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on The Originals, Gotham, Roseanne, NCIS, Grey's, S.H.I.E.L.D., Timeless and More
Got a scoop request? An anonymous tip you’re dying to share? Send any/all of the above to askausiello@tvline.com

Question: I feel like we know a lot about The Originals’ fifth season… except for the Big Bad. Who is the Mikaelsons’ final enemy? —Karen

Ausiello: Well, that and a premiere date, am I right? Anyway, executive producer Julie Plec explains that while last season’s baddie — remember the Hollow? — will remain a present force in Season 5, the real enemy is far more complicated. “The Big Bad this year is launched from an ideology more so than one singular person’s nefarious desire,
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New to Streaming: ‘Dawson City: Frozen Time,’ ‘Marjorie Prime,’ ‘Lady Macbeth,’ ‘Landline,’ and More

With a seemingly endless amount of streaming options — not only the titles at our disposal, but services themselves — we’ve taken it upon ourselves to highlight the titles that have recently hit platforms. Every week, one will be able to see the cream of the crop (or perhaps some simply interesting picks) of streaming titles (new and old) across platforms such as Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, and more (note: U.S. only). Check out our rundown for this week’s selections below.

Abundant Acreage Available (Angus MacLachlan)

Faith-based cinema is as diverse a genre as there is, from the extreme, often violent portraits of devotion from established directors like Martin Scorsese and Mel Gibson, to the attacks on logic in the God’s Not Dead and Left Behind pictures. Angus MacLachlan, a great storyteller of the not-too-deep south, offers a nuanced example of what this genre can bring, returning with the moving Abundant Acreage Available.
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Fantastic Fest 2017 Interview: Talking Super Dark Times with Director Kevin Phillips and Co-Stars Charlie Tahan and Owen Campbell

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One of my favorite films out of Fantastic Fest 2017 was Kevin Phillips' Super Dark Times (read our review here), a haunting gut-punch thriller about two friends (Owen Campbell, Charlie Tahan) who must wrestle with their own inner demons after a tragic accident causes a rift in their long-standing friendship and begins to take its toll on their respective psyches. While in Austin, Daily Dead was excited to speak with Phillips, Tahan, and Campbell about their experiences collaborating together on the project, tapping into their characters, and how their experiences on set were anything but Super Dark Times.

Written by Ben Collins and Luke Piotrowski, Super Dark Times is currently playing in select theaters and will be available on VOD today, courtesy of The Orchard.

This film is something else, guys. We've seen coming-of-age stories before, but not like this. From your perspective as the director, Kevin, what did you
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October 2017 VOD Releases Include Cult Of Chucky, Better Watch Out, War For The Planet Of The Apes

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With the Halloween season finally upon us, that we’ve got a ton of horror and sci-fi titles headed our way via VOD and various digital platforms throughout the month of October. Things kick off with the 1992 horror comedy Buffy the Vampire Slayer, which hits Digital HD for the first time ever on October 2nd. The very next day, Cult of Chucky, Super Dark Times, The Forlorned, and Realive all make their respective debuts, and just a few days later the holiday horror flick Better Watch Out arrives on October 6th.

October 10th is another busy day, with the digital releases of Wish Upon, Dementia 13, The 13th Friday, War for the Planet of the Apes, and Wes Craven’s cult classic Summer of Fear, and for those looking to spend their Friday the 13th at home, you’ve got M.F.A., Brawl in Cell Block 99, and the Psycho-themed documentary 78/52 to look forward to.
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‘Super Dark Times’: Watch the Unnerving Opening Sequence From Kevin Phillips’ Teen-Centric Psychological Thriller

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‘Super Dark Times’: Watch the Unnerving Opening Sequence From Kevin Phillips’ Teen-Centric Psychological Thriller
That title? It’s not kidding. In Kevin Phillips’ “Super Dark Times,” darkness settles over a small Hudson Valley town after a horrific accident forever alters the lives of a group of seemingly normal teens, including stars Owen Campbell and Charlie Tahan. A cross between “Stand By Me” and “Donnie Darko,” with plenty of “Stranger Things” evocations for good measure, it’s the kind of film that lovingly recreates the final wonders of childhood while hitting back with some horrific adult truths. High school, what a thing.

Per the film’s official synopsis, “Zach (Campbell) and Josh (Tahan) are best friends growing up in a leafy Upstate New York suburb in the 1990s, where teenage life revolves around hanging out, navigating first love and vying for popularity. When a traumatic incident drives a wedge between the previously inseparable pair, their youthful innocence abruptly vanishes as their lives spiral into violence.
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Gotham Sneak Peek: Barbara Is Alive — But Will Tabitha Kill Her Again?

Gotham Sneak Peek: Barbara Is Alive — But Will Tabitha Kill Her Again?
The “fatally” electrocuted Barbara Kean (played by Erin Richards) returns very much alive this week on Fox’s Gotham, and we’ve got a sneak peek at the chilly reception she gets from ex-partner Tabitha.

RelatedGotham Season 4 Premiere Recap: Amateur Knight — Grade It!

In Season 4’s second episode, titled “Fear the Reaper” and airing tonight at 8/7c, a cryptic, anonymous offer of an “opportunity” leads Tabitha (Jessica Lucas) and her new cohort Selina (Camren Bicondova) to the most unexpected aforementioned reunion. Tabitha in particular is shocked (as it were!) to see Babs alive and kicking, seeing as she left
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Fantastic Fest 2017 Review: Super Dark Times Delivers a Chilling Portrait of Adolescent Angst

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“If anyone asks, we’re already f**cked.” Being a teenager is like the best thing ever and the worst thing ever all rolled into one. It’s that phase in your life where adulthood feels almost within reach, and yet, most of us lack the ability to fully grasp and comprehend “grown-up” scenarios when we find ourselves caught in the middle of them. It’s something this writer experienced many times as a teen (who thought she knew everything, and quickly realized she knew nothing), and a notion that first-time feature filmmaker Kevin Phillips deftly explores in his meticulously crafted coming-of-age psychological thriller, Super Dark Times, which repeatedly kicked me right in the gut in the best possible way.

Super Dark Times writers Ben Collins and Luke Piotrowski do a brilliant job of tapping into the confusion, anger, and simple joys of being teenagers (and in this case, being
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What’s Up in ‘Gotham’?: A Look at Season 4

Fox’s Gotham has hit their fourth season and is looking like what could be the most talked about season yet. And this could be for a number of reasons both good and bad. From the marketing to the story arc, there is already so much to be talked about and it’s only one episode in. Let’s get started shall we? Oh! And this will obviously contain spoilers.

When talking about the marketing for the current season, it’s pretty interesting. Since the early development of the series the first question among Bat-fans was “How are you going to have a Batman series without Batman?” Well now it’s almost looking like the bat may show up…kind of. At the end of season three, we get a tiny glimpse of what will come and we see Bruce (David Mazouz) taking matters into his own hands as he
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The Scarecrow Attacks In Images From Next Week’s Episode Of Gotham

After turning in an impressive season premiere last night, the cast and crew of Gotham look to keep the ball rolling with next week’s episode, “A Dark Knight: The Fear Reaper.” From that foreboding title, you can probably surmise that the Scarecrow will play a huge role, no doubt confounding Jim Gordon and the rest of the Gcpd at every turn.

Had you tuned in last night, then you’d have seen Charlie Tahan return as a young Jonathan Crane, effectively reprising his role from season 1. For the wealth of the episode, he was a broken, scared child. But, near the end, he emerged as possibly the most comic book accurate version of Scarecrow we’ve seen in live action to date. Well, at least when it comes to appearance. Needless to say, his debut has thus far been met with much positive fan reaction online.

Gotham: 4x
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Gotham Season 4 Review

This review is based on the season premiere.

From the start, a common complaint about Gotham has been that it’s “a Batman show without Batman.” And even as a supporter of the series, I have to admit that position is warranted. But now, we’ve made a huge leap forward, putting it in similar territory to Smallville seasons 8-10 – which I referred to as “the proto-Superman years” – because, like it or not, we’ve now entered the proto-Batman era, baby.

With that, I’m not going to waste time addressing the elephant in the room: The fact that Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) is already putting on a mask and dispensing vigilante justice three years after his parents were gunned down. I firmly believe the producers have decided to allow him to split some wigs because not only are the amount of stories you can tell involving young Bruce extremely limited,
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Gotham Season 4 Premiere Recap: Amateur Knight

Gotham Season 4 Premiere Recap: Amateur Knight
With a Dark Knight rising, the birth of a fearsome foe and a cool twist on Penguin’s criminal empire, Fox’s Gotham appears to be bat on track after a patience-testing, Tetch-and-go season.

It is early, of course, but Season 4 portends to be a bit more focused, with the premiere zeroing in on Penguin’s new “license to (anything but) kill” initiative, which has taken a serious bite out of crime by regulating it — and thus earned the backroom endorsement of both the mayor and police chief. Gordon of course isn’t at first aware of, and even upon
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Gotham gets a series of season 4 character portraits

Following yesterday’s cast image for Gotham [check it out here], Fox has released a batch of character portraits for the series ahead of tonight’s season 4 premiere for Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie), Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz), Alfred Pennyworth (Sean Pertwee), Selina Kyle (Camren Bicondova), Lucius Fox (Chris Chalk), Harvey Bullock (Donal Logue), Leslie Thompkins (Morena Baccarin), Sofia Falcone (Crystal Reed), Ra’s al Ghul (Alexander Siddig), The Riddler (Cory Michael Smith), The Penguin (Robin Lord Taylor), Barbara Kean (Erin Richards), and Tabitha Galavan (Jessica Lucas); take a look below and click on any of the images for hi-res versions…

See Also: Gotham gets an extended ‘Dark Knight’ trailer, Fish Mooney won’t return to the series

See Also: Lucius Fox creates Bruce Wayne’s proto-Batsuit for Gotham season 4

“Gordon fears Jonathan Crane (guest star Charlie Tahan) is still alive and back in Gotham, when The Scarecrow’s signature Mo is used in a series of robberies.
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Gotham season 4 cast photo unveiled

Coinciding with its season 4 premiere on Thursday, TV Line has unveiled a new cast image for the Batman prequel series Gotham featuring (from left to right) Erin Richards (Barbara Kean), Robin Lord Taylor (The Penguin), Jessica Lucas (Tabitha Galavan), Cory Michael Smith (The Riddler), Crystal Reed (Sofia Falcone), David Mazouz (Bruce Wayne), Ben McKenzie (Jim Gordon), Camren Bicondova (Selina Kyle), Sean Pertwee (Alfred Pennyworth), Chris Chalk (Lucius Fox), Donal Logue (Harvey Bullock), Morena Baccarin (Leslie Thompkins) and Alexander Siddig (Ra’s al Ghul); take a look below…

See Also: Gotham gets an extended ‘Dark Knight’ trailer, Fish Mooney won’t return to the series

See Also: Lucius Fox creates Bruce Wayne’s proto-Batsuit for Gotham season 4

“Gordon fears Jonathan Crane (guest star Charlie Tahan) is still alive and back in Gotham, when The Scarecrow’s signature Mo is used in a series of robberies. Meanwhile, Penguin’s “licensing” of crime
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Gotham Season 4 Photos Reveal New Characters

Gotham returns to Fox for its fourth season tomorrow night and from what we’ve heard, this new run is set to be the most thrilling yet, as it’ll push its ensemble cast of heroes and villains ever closer to where we know they must end up, as per the Batman comics universe. For instance, Bruce Wayne is set to step up and begin operating as a masked vigilante for the first time – albeit sans bat-ears.

Speaking of Gotham‘s eclectic ensemble, a new photo of the cast has dropped online today and it gives us another look at two fresh additions to the show’s line-up. Namely, Crystal Reed’s Sofia Falcone and Alexander Siddig as Ra’s Al-Ghul. If you recall, the latter actually appeared during the tail-end of season 3 but has been bumped up to a regular this time around.

You can check out the pic
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Two Clips From Gotham Season 4 Premiere Hit The Web

Now that the season premiere of Gotham is so close we can taste it, Fox is rolling out generous teasers by the day. Just yesterday, we were treated to an oversized trailer for the show’s fourth year and, now, a couple sneak peeks have found their way online to whet our appetites.

In the first clip, the camera is focused squarely on a “License of Misconduct” card, something we’ll discuss further in a moment. But mainly, this particular video centers on Bruce Wayne and Alfred Pennyworth, the former of whom is obviously taking his first major strides toward becoming Batman.

From what we can gather, this scene takes place not long after Bruce puts on a mask for the first time, seemingly preparing for the inevitable return of Ra’s al Ghul. But to Alfred’s chagrin, the burgeoning vigilante has designs on multitasking, also willing to focus
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