GOTHAM Casting Two New Villains, REYNOLDS Talks WOLVERINE Cameo In DEADPOOL, HELLBOY Prop Goes Up For Auction, More

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According to TVLine, Gotham is casting two new villains for its second season. The first is a male villain described as "intelligent, cultured, and highly articulate," and "extremely attractive, both seductive and threatening." The second is a female villain in her mid-to-late 20's, described as a "sexy knockout." No further information on the roles is available.


In a recent chat with Australian outlet, Ryan Reynolds talked about the possibility of a Wolverine cameo in his upcoming Deadpool film, saying “God I hope so, that would be really nice. I dunno, we’ll see. It seems like he’s open to it, but it’s gonna be more of a scheduling issue than anything else.”

Reynolds also joked that he might retire after Deadpool, having hit all his artistic goals as an actor.

Deadpool is set for a February 12, 2016 release.

HELLBOY's Right Hand Of Doom Goes Up For Sale

A mock-up of Hellboy's Right Hand of Doom used in the 2004 film is set to go up for auction on May 29. According to the auction company Prop Store, the hand, constructed entirely of foam and hand-painted, is expected to sell for $600-800. 


According to Deadline, actor Dylan Bruce of Orphan Black fame has joined the cast of NBC's Heroes Reborn, a revival of the 2006 series Heroes. Bruce's role has yet to be revealed.

Bruce joins returning actors Jack Coleman, Masi Oka, and Jimmy Jean-Louis, as well as new castmembers Zachary Levi, Gatlin Green, and Ryan Guzman. Heroes Reborn is set to air this fall.

Fan-Made DAREDEVIL Credits Sequences Hit the Web

Two new fan-made Daredevil credits sequences have hit YouTube, and they couldn't be at more opposite ends of the spectrum.

First up is a sequence from YouTube user David Johns that reimagines Daredevil as '90's courtroom drama Law & Order - an appropriate smash-up considering how many of Daredevil's castmembers appeared on the show at one time or another.

Next up is a totally different take on Daredevil, recasting it as the late '80's/early '90's sitcom Nightcourt from YouTube video makers Popped Culture.


WWE wrestler Stardust was in rare form on last night's Monday Night Raw as he approached Arrow star Stephen Amell's ringside seat to hiss at and threaten the actor.

Stardust, A.K.A. Cody Rhodes is a well-known comic fan, having based elements of his Stardust ring gear on villains such as Mr. Sinister and Dr. Doom at various points. Though Stardust lost his match, he was still riled up enough to call Amell out to return to Raw to continue their feud.

As for Amell, he seemed keen to take Stardust up on his challenge, issuing the following tweet:

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