Though it won't air until the fall, 'The Walking Dead' season 5 is already posing fans with loads of questions, especially after Sunday's season 4 finale that saw Rick's group make it to Terminus and realize a little too late what was really going on. Keeping in mind the events of the episode, "A," AMC upped three members of the cast to series regular roles for season 5, that of Rosita, Tara and Terminus baddie Gareth.
'Arrow' fans were thrown a 'Dark Knight' curve ball when famed Batman villain Harley Quinn made a brief appearance (well, at least her voice did) in the "Suicide Squad" episode, which saw folks like Bronze Tiger and Deadshot teaming up at the government's behest. However, thanks to Mr. Deadshot himself, we have our first real look at Harley Quinn, as portrayed by actress Cassidy Alexa -- and we're not just talking about a brief glimpse at her back and nails, either.
Amazon's John Goodman-led original series, 'Alpha House,' garnered much acclaim during its first season run and even challenged Netflix's premiere model by initially releasing only the first three episodes before transitioning into a weekly release. So far, it's proved successful, and now Amazon has officially given the green light to 'Alpha House' season 2, in addition to series orders for six other programs.
AMC's 'The Walking Dead' season 4 finale was a big night in more ways than one, especially in terms of sneak peeks at upcoming shows and movies. Aside from new looks at 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes,' 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' and 'Transformers: Age of Extinction,' viewers also got to see the first trailer for the network's new original series 'Halt and Catch Fire,' which stars 'Guardians of the Galaxy' and 'The Hobbit' actor Lee Pace.
'The Walking Dead' season 4 came to a close with Sunday night's finale, "A," but while there were plenty of gun play, reunions and drama to be had, there still lacked any major revelation or surprise to leave us craving more from the upcoming season 5, to air this fall. In the latest behind-the-scenes videos from AMC's hit drama, the cast and crew all try and wrap up what we saw last night, while speculating what'll come to pass next season, using buzz words like "brutal" and "explosive" to get us pumped.
"Today's the day of reckoning," as 'The Walking Dead' season 4 comes to a close with finale "A," and we finally get answers to whatever happened to Glenn's group after he reunited with Maggie in last week's episode, and if any of the other prison group members made it to Terminus. It's too bad that both these answers were not satisfying enough.
Since photos of 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' set hit the web last year and depicted Emma Stone's Gwen Stacy wearing an all-too-familiar outfit to fans of the Spider-Man comics, we've been wondering what will happen in the film when Spidey's best gal gets mixed up in his drama with Electro, Rhino and Green Goblin. Our fears are not subdued upon the debut of new 'Amazing Spider-Man 2' pics, which don't bode well for Ms. Stacy.
Last year, Disney announced development on its first animated Marvel feature film, 'Big Hero 6,' though after the studio debuted the first concept trailer and images at last year's D23 Expo, we had still yet to learn of any voice cast additions. That all changes as stand-up comic and 'Cloverfield' star T.J. Miller becomes the first actor to land a role in the film.