Monday is for spoilers! Delve into photos from Inception, Iron Man 2, Last Airbender and Doctor Who. Investigate an Avengers logo. Learn how Transformers 3 will be different. Watch hair-raising Warehouse 13, Fringe and Supernatural videos. Plus heavy-duty Lost spoilers!
Here are a few new pics from Christopher Nolan's long-awaited non-Bat movie. The long, extended version of Nolan's interview with the L.A. Times is well worth checking out. [L.A. Times]
Will the third film be even more CG-heavy than the first two? That's what fans are inferring from a new casting call list, which makes the film's principal photography sound ultra-brief, from May 17 to July 1. The film is now shooting in Chicago, Detroit, Washington DC, Florida, Texas, Africa, Moscow and China. [TFW2005]
Iron Man 2:
Don Cheadle talks to Wired Magazine, and he makes it sound like even though Tony and Rhodey have an adversarial relationship for much of the movie, they're still friends and that underlying dynamic remains intact. [Comic Book Movie]
And here are some new promo pics that I don't think we've featured before, including a romantic Tony/Pepper moment. [Comic Book Resources]
So you might have heard there's a new viral marketing site for a company called Accutech that makes exoskeletons. And people are noticing that the Accutech logo looks uncannily similar to the Avengers logo. Easter egg or coincidence? Hmmm. [SpoilerTV-Movies]
And speaking of viral marketing, fans noticed that the Stark Expo viral marketing also gives us our first look at John Slattery as Howard Stark, Tony's dad. [Oh No They Didn't]
The Last Airbender:
A few new pictures showcase Aang's scary glow-eyes. [IGN]
Nic Cage explains how superheroes are "Jungian archetypes for the modern age." [MTV]
Comics writer Mark Millar says he's got three stories worked out, but he's unlikely to do more than that. And his ideal for a sequel is what if real people decided to try to be supervillains, rather than superheroes. [IGN]
Nightmare on Elm Street:
Here are three new TV spots for this horror remake:
Here's a new trailer for the season's third episode, "Victory Of The Daleks":
Daleks serve tea! Awesome new promo pics. [BlogtorWho]
Here are some promo pics from the show's landmark 100th episode, airing Thursday. [SpoilerTV]
And some clips from the episode! [SupportSPN]
So does Dean become the vessel of Michael? Doesn't sound like it, judging from the synopsis of episode 5x20, "The Devil You Know":
SAM AND DEAN FACE OFF AGAINST THE HORSEMEN - The demon Crowley (guest star Mark Sheppard) tells Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) he can help them find the remaining Horsemen rings so they can trap Lucifer. The brothers are doubtful until Crowley leads them to Brady (guest star Eric Johnson), the Handler for Pestilence (guest star Matt Frewer) and Death. However, Brady refuses to give up their locations and sets Pestilence after the Winchesters.... Robert Singer directed the episode written by Ben Edlund.
More set videos, including loads of Leonard Nimoy. Is he really going to be in the two-part finale a lot, instead of these brief cameos he's been doing? Fingers crossed! [SpoilerTV]
Here's a short, but exhilerating, new look at season two.
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A synopsis of the next episode, "Chuck Vs. The Honeymooners":
Chuck AND Sarah GO ON A EUROPEAN ADVENTURE – While in Europe, Sarah (Yvonne Strahovski) and Chuck (Zachary Levi) realize they're traveling on a train with Spanish spies. Even though they're all alone, they decide to take on these rogue agents. Of course, this impromptu mission doesn't go smoothly. Meanwhile, Beckman (Bonita Friedericy) orders her newest "unlikely" spy team – John Casey (Adam Baldwin) and Morgan Grimes (Joshua Gomez) – to track down the missing couple. Sarah Lancaster, Ryan McPartlin, Scott Krinsky and Vik Sahay also star.
Scott Wolf says things will get really personal, and "we start to really investigate why different people have chosen the sides they've chosen, and I think, ultimately, in a story like this, it's Visitors versus humans, it's good versus evil, it's light versus dark, it's big ideas." [IGN]
Plus Morena Baccarin makes her own prediction:
You get to see a bit more of the V's and how they work, their communities and what kind of hierarchies they have.. You get to see a little more of how Anna ticks and how she would like things to go.
And here are some promo pics for "Meet John May." [SpoilerTV]
Plus a new promo for the episode. [The V Files]
Also episode nine will be called "Heretic's Fork." [The V Files]
Here's what happens in episode 9x20, "Sacrifice," which is based on a story co-written by Justin Hartley:
CHLOE AND TESS ARE TRAPPED INSIDE WATCHTOWER - Tess (Cassidy Freeman) breaks into Watchtower, triggering an elaborate security system that Chloe (Allison Mack) installed, ultimately trapping the two women inside. Chloe realizes that The Kandorians are downloading information about from the Watchtower server, which prompts her to make a drastic move. Oliver (Justin Hartley) confronts Zod (Callum Blue) and winds up clinging to life with a Z scorched into his chest. Clark (Tom Welling) realizes Zod has given his soldiers super powers.
David Blue teases how things will get thornier on this show:
I feel like the second half of this first season will really catch people off guard. Now that you're getting to know these people, there can be these outside influences that will really throw a wrench into things that weren't working before, really heightening trust issues and making you have to work with people. Because it's not just about Rush trying to kill you — now there's this other thing ... You'll definitely see some more outside influences screwing things up for an already terrible life.
Here are a buttload of new pics from the April 16, "Faith." [SpoilerTV]
Plus a sneak peek from the episode:
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Here are the synopses for the next two episodes, "Faith" and "Human":
"Faith": Dwindling supplies, tedious routines, and low morale, continue to plague the crew of the Destiny, when suddenly, the ship drops out of FTL and enters the orbit of an uncharted star with only one planet in its solar system. But, for the first time, the countdown clock doesn't activate. Dr. Rush struggles to determine why Destiny has no record of this star system while Col. Young directs Lt. Scott and a small team to shuttle down to the planet's surface on a fact finding mission. Upon landing, everyone is amazed to discover that the atmosphere and terrain are idyllic. Relishing the sunshine, fresh air, clean water and abundance of food, many are reluctant to return to the ship, believing that providence has intervened.
"Human": Disregarding orders, Dr. Rush links himself directly to the Destiny's computer via the neural interface chair, hoping it will reveal the code needed to control Destiny's flight path. Learning of this after the fact, Col. Young struggles with letting Rush risk his life in hopes he can find the code before lobotomizing himself or unplug the device, possibly killing him in the process. Meanwhile, the ship has dropped out of FTL above a planet showing traces of a past civilization. With only six hours until they jump again, Lt. Scott, Eli, Chloe and Greer gate to the surface to explore the underground ruins.
So apparently there's a surprising romance coming up on the show, which comes out of nowhere — and one of the two lovers is Benjamin Linus! Who's he hooking up with? We don't know, but many fans are speculating it's Danielle Rousseau, whom he meets as a result of his tutoring of Danielle's daughter Alex. [EW]
So this is potentially very spoilery stuff... So if you don't details on the series finale, avert your eyes!
Okay then! So eagle-eyed fans witnessed the filming of a scene in which Jack and Smokey are fighting on the cliff, where Smokey showed Sawyer the cave full of names. And they're both getting pretty beat up. Kate shows up with a gun and shoots Smokey (or maybe she shoots both of them?) Smokey falls on the ground, badly injured. And then Jack kicks Smokey while he's down — and maybe kicks Smokey off the cliff? Also, there was filming at a stream, and the show was building a new giant cave entrance, for a different cave than the one we've already seen. And the New Otherton and beach camp sets have been struck forever, because those locations are done with. [The Transmission via SpoilersLost]
Additional reporting by Kelly Faircloth.