FALCON Gets Posterized, GODZILLA Trailer Scares, The CW DC TV Show News

Falcon poster for Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Credit: Marvel Studios
Falcon poster for Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Falcon poster for Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Credit: Marvel Studios

It's a busy day in Hollywood as geek movies and TV alike are getting lots of attention.

Cap's New Teammate Finally Gets Poster

Captain America's new S.H.I.E.L.D. teammate The Falcon finally gets his own character spotlight poster in the image you see to your right. Played by Anthony Mackie, Sam Wilson joins the squad of elite S.H.I.E.L.D. agents that Cap leads to find out what's going on with the Winter Soldier in the new sequel that features the latter character in the title. Oh, and wings out, people.

Previously, Cap, Black Widow, Alexander Pierce, and Nick Fury all had character spotlight posters.


The full trailer for Godzilla, hitting theaters May 16, 2014 hit the web today. Looks like they're going for a deeper horror aspect this time around.

iZombie Gets Three More Stars, Still no Star

A casting report at Deadline says there are three more roles cast for iZombie, one of The CW's several DC Comics adaptations in development, though the main character (in the comic she was Gwen, but in the TV series she's being referred to as "Liv") still has no actor.

Malcom Goodwin will play the medical examiner/detective who works alongside Liv and her zombie brain-eating memory-retrieving powers to solve cases. Alexandra Krosney will play Liv's roommate and best friend. David Anders plays Blaine, an enemy in the show.

Arrow Season Finale Will be Large in Scale

In a new interview with TVLine, Arrow star Stephen Amell talked about the growing tension in the multiple plot lines going this season, including the larger team in the "Arrow Cave," the many enemies circling that team, and even familial relationships. When asked about the end of the season, Amell had this to tease:

"I’m hearing that we want to rent out a block [of the city]. I’m hearing that the scale and the amount of people involved is something that we haven’t yet seen on the show. This season has been incredibly expansive, you know? We have an episode coming up that’s just Diggle, titled “The Suicide Squad,” so we have a dynamic between a group that we haven’t even seen. We’ve taken the Arrowcave from three people to five. We’ve had stuff happening in Russia. We have Malcolm Merlyn. We have the League of Assassins. We have so many things – including, of course, Slade and Brother Blood. There are so many things up in the air, and I think they’re all going to land at once — and on opposite sides."

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