Today, we have exclusive set photos showing the aftermath of a Green Hornet battle. Joss Whedon reveals what we can expect from Dollhouse's remaining episodes. Plus, we get a peek at Fringe's Observers, andem>Supernatural, The Wolfman, Avatar, and SGU spoilers.
Reader Kyle sent us more exclusive photos from the Green Hornet set, where some havoc had occurred:
All the windows of the recruiting center to the right side of the door were blown out. They were cleaning glass off the sidewalk and cleaning up the inside of the room. Notice that the Marines poster in the window only has a silhouette of a Marine, when the one inside the center has an actual photograph. Interesting! The shoe store next door was really dusty inside, but there was no damage to it at all. Probably only for the outside shot, because there is an actual T-Mobile store to the other side . . . so they can't show that!
It's not surprising that 20th Century Fox execs are touting James Cameron's film, but co-chairman Jim Gianopoulos emphasized that there are six specific scenes that simply blow him away every time, and the LA Times thinks he sounds genuine. [LA Times]
New posters give us one werewolf and one distressed damsel. [ShockTillYouDrop]
If the third DVD movie is made, it will be titled Stargate: Revolution. [GateWorld]
In the mid-season finale, "Justice," a crew member is found dead from a gunshot wound, and the gun is found in Colonel Young's quarters. Young will turn over command to Camille Wray. Meanwhile, Rush gains access to the Ancient interface, and a planet harbors a secret that threatens the Destiny. [GateWorld]
Despite rumors, Rudy Reyes hasn't been cast as the werewolf Alcide. [EW]
In the November 19th episode, Castiel loses his virginity. Misha Collins talks about his character Castiel and the previously mentioned drinking episode, but says he's still looking forward to the angel losing his virginity. [TV Guide]
Joss Whedon spilled a lot about the final episodes of the now-canceled show. Summer Glau's character Bennett, who works for the Washington DC Dollhouse, is a character from Caroline's past. We've known for a while that Echo will learn some unsavory details about her pre-wipe persona, and it appears that Bennett will be the person who reveals them. Whedon describes her as having morals, and explains that her arm is in a sling because she has a dead arm. As for Ray Wise's character Howard, he may be Adelle's DC counterpart, but he's not so big on the morals. We'll also be seeing more of Keith Carradine's Harding.
Alpha will be back in the December 11th two-part episode, and we'll see one of his personalities we haven't seen before: a violent Franciscan monk. And he'll have some very interesting questions to ask of someone, and rather unsavory ways of asking them. This time, we'll also see him interact with people at the Dollhouse other than Echo.
Claire Saunders will return for two episodes, and where she's been may come as a surprise. It sounds like Echo will be sent to the Attic, which Whedon describes as "Disneyland on really bad acid." Ballard and Echo's relationship will change in the remaining episodes (there will be a kiss), and Ballard's whole life will change more than once. Felicia Day will return in a later episode (Whedon said he would like to return to the dystopian future of "Epitaph One"). The remainder of the season will focus on Echo realizing that her larger battle isn't with the Dollhouse, but with Rossum. [TV Guide]
Also, a casting call for eleventh episode is out for a female test subject who can sing opera and speak German. [Spoiler TV]
The title for the eighth episode is "Recon." [Spoiler TV]
Apparently, there's a rumor that Alexis Bledel is going to be in an episode. She's not. [EW]
The producers talk about several aspects of the show centered around "Momentum Deferred." They explain that the First Wave hybrids are more interested in intelligence-gathering than battle, and while William Bell may be telling the truth, he's probably out to serve his own interest rather than the Fringe team's. They also mention that Walter and Bell may have some sense of religion, and imply we'll see more of Rebbecca. As for the formerly disembodied leader of First Wave, we will eventually learn who stored his head and why he wasn't killed. [Fringe Television]
And here's a peek at the smooth-headed Observers. [TV Guide]
The Visitors get visas in a sneak peek of next week's episode.
And here's a lovely picture of Morena Baccarin. [TV Guide]
The Nov. 23 episode, "Thanksgiving," is the one where Adrian Pasdar will take his final bow, and Angela will have to admit she was behind the Nathan-Sylar switcheroo. [TV Guide]
Clark spends some quality time with the Army of Zod in stills from "Pandora." [Spoiler TV]
And here's the aforementioned sneak peek of "Pandora" with shirtless Clark.
Additional reporting by Josh Snyder.