Last week's "Arrow" season finale still has people talking, including the show's cast and crew. MTV news caught up with new series regular Colton Haynes and asked him about the show's shocking finale and what lies ahead in season two (hint: maybe a super hero team?). The interview starts with Haynes discussing one of the season finale's twists, so spoiler alert. Everyone else, have at it!
In case you've forgotten about July's comic book movie, here come new posters and a trailer to remind you that "The Wolverine" is coming. It's been almost two months since we got our first look at director James Mangold's ode to Chris Claremont and Frank Miller's classic Wolverine solo story.
Check out the new trailer, as well as posters featuring Viper and Yukio, below.
Full disclosure: that's a one-man rumor that I cooked up for this article about working ol' hornhead into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. I took a wild shot, saying that O'Dowd could play Matt Murdock in that date scene, and then fell in love with the idea of the Irish comedian playing Marvel's most put upon hero. And O'Dowd didn't shoot the crazy theory down!
"There's a lot of talk of that," he says, nodding. "Maybe some contract talk." Check out the video below, which also includes the fantastic Aziz Ansari.
ABC's upfront presentation has already produced news about "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.," most notably that the show is going to be great. Access Hollywood and IGN caught up with actors Clark Gregg (Agent Coulson), Ming-Na Wen (Agent May) and Elizabeth Henstridge (Agent Simmons), as well as producer Jeffrey Bell ("Angel"). The actors were all tight-lipped about the series, of course, but the video is still worth watching if only to see just how excited these actors are to enlist with S.H.I.E.L.D. Ming-Na's even busted out her boxing equipment!
The extended trailer shows off some choice Joss Whedon jokes, especially the one about S.H.I.E.L.D.'s name, and gives us a better look at the show's core ensemble. Check out the trailer right now. Right. Now.
Get ready to see a lot of Melinda May cosplay on the con circuit this year, because she's a standout. We also get more time with the ever mysterious J. August Richards, who might be playing someone whose name isn't Cage or Rage if that funky jewelry that's glimpsed quickly is his.
What do you think of the full "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." trailer? Let us know in the comments below or hit us up on Twitter!
MTV News caught up with Mark Ruffalo while the actor was promoting his new film, "Now You See Me." Him being Bruce Banner and us being Splash Page, of course we made sure to get a few questions in about the Hulk. The big question: will Ruffalo be donning a classy-yet-casual purple button-down in a Marvel film prior to 2015's "Avengers 2"?
"Not that I know of, yet," reveals the actor in the video below. But he also reveals that he's very eager to jump back into the Hulk's motion capture suit for director Joss Whedon. "I'm really looking forward to seeing what Mr. Whedon comes up with next."
The rest of the video treads heavily into some spoiler-y territory, as Ruffalo has clearly seen "Iron Man 3" and is up for talking about the film's very spoiler-y plot points, but it's well worth watching if you've seen the film or are fine with spoilers. The full video is after the jump!
ABC is wasting no time getting the word out about "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." After announcing that the pilot was picked up on Friday, word quickly spread that footage from the show would premiere during the season finale of ABC's genre-drama "Once Upon a Time" on Sunday night. So in a 72 hour span, we went from not being sure Marvel Comics' first live-action TV show in years would even be picked up to being in the middle of a promotional hurricane. I'm fine with that.
The 30 second teaser, which can be viewed in all its glory below, does not skimp on the series' main selling points. Joss Whedon namecheck? Done. Shots of Hulk, Thor, Iron Man and Captain America? Got it. Big, unmistakable connection to the film that everyone saw last year, "Marvel's the Avengers"? Yep. And loads of Agent Phil Coulson? You bet. If you some how remained clueless about the S.H.I.E.L.D. show, now you know. And you are excited.
Check out the full spot and the first cast photo below.
If 2006's "Superman Returns" was all about emotion, then by comparison, this summer's "Man of Steel" looks to be all about action. And yes, there'll still be plenty of emotions in Zack Snyder's Superman movie (remember Zod's scream?), but the newest UK TV spot shows off some of the most epic action scenes we've seen. There are some new shots in the film, including one presumably Kryptonian ship violently landing on Earth and fighter jets engaging enemy combatants over the Metropolis skyline. People are running! Jumping! Fleeing! Fighting! Screaming! And flying!
Superman is definitely the most powerful superhero gracing the silver screen this summer, and it looks like he's going to have his hands full. Check out the TV spot below!
Sure Fox may be preoccupied with two high-profile X-Men films (this year's "The Wolverine" and 2014's "X-Men: Days of Future Past"), but this video makes a strong case for a big screen adaptation of "Uncanny X-Force." The Marvel Comics series by writer Sam Humphries and artist Ron Garney has taken an unlikely quartet of mutants - Storm, Psylocke, Puck and Spiral - and thrown them into Los Angeles. And much like how last year's "Marvel's the Avengers" painstakingly recreated the area around Manhattan's iconic Grand Central Station, writer Sam Humphries takes MTV Geek on a tour of locations rendered faithfully by artist Ron Garney in the comic's first four issues.
Check out the video below or over at MTV Geek, and imagine Bishop throwing down with X-Force in the very locations they're walking through. It's incredibly rad.
Saldana talks in the video below about her co-star Chris Pratt, getting involved thanks to director James Gunn, and reveals what she thinks is most important about Gamora's look.
"I'm in the process right now of the evolution of conceiving Gamora's look. It's exciting! We're trying to work out comfort also, because you know that I definitely want to be involved in the stunt-doing of my character."
Splash Page welcomes Ed Tadem to our cover artist family (our custom-designed theme up top). Currently working on the forthcoming "Avengers" animated series, Tadem's work can also be seen in the "Jackie Karma" issues of Image's "'76," and in "Pop Gun, Volume 1." Ed Tadem can be found online at EdTadem.com.