ADAM WEST Returns In BATMAN '66 Animated Movie?, FEAR THE WALKING DEAD First Look & SUICIDE SQUAD Adds Two

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Although Adam West and Burt Ward have starred in films and television shows before and since, the 1960s Batman series remains their most iconic project -- and they say they're returning for more.

Over the weekend at Mad Monster Con in Charlotte, North Carolina, the actors who played Batman and Robin in the campy live-action show announced on a panel that they're voicing thier characters in a full-length animated movie.

"You can look forward to a new, animated Batman full-length 90-minute feature coming out on the fiftieth anniversary," said Ward. "One of possibly two, but for sure one, that Adam and I are going to be doing the voices for."

You can see a video of the panel, and the announcement, here:


Report: SUICIDE SQUAD Recruits Two More

Warner Bros. film adaptation of Suicide Squad is currently filming in Toronto, and two website have stated two new hires for the production. eTalk posted on their Twitter page that Scott Eastwood filmed scenes for an unspecified role in the David Ayer-directed film. Joining him according to The Toronto Sun is actor/bodyguard Raymond Olubowale, although referred to under the discreet working title of "Bravo 14." Neither Warner Bros. nor DC Entetainment have confirmed these reports as of yet.


In the midst of Sunday night's The Walking Dead season finale (no spoilers), AMC showed off the first clip from the upcoming spin-off series Fear The Walking Dead. The show, set to premire sometime this summer, is set in Los Angeles at the dawn of the zombie outbreak. Take a look:

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