Spidey is back with new foes to face in the first trailer for Sony's The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
The sequel sees the return of Andrew Garfield (Peter Parker/Spider-Man) and Emma Stone (Gwen Stacy), and welcomes series newcomers Jamie Foxx as the villain Electro and Dane DeHaan as Peter's friend, Harry Osborn. Also in the mix are Paul Giamatti (Rhino) and Chris Cooper (Norman Osborn).
No matter who was selected to play the big-screen Wonder Woman, it was always going to be a controversial choice (See also: "Hey, remember when Ben Affleck was chosen to play Batman and the Internet exploded?"). With Gal Gadot named as the first cinematic incarnation of Diana in her 72-year history, it comes as absolutely no surprise that fandom collectively took to Twitter to voice its reaction.
Wonder Woman has been cast. Internet premature meltdown commencing in 5, 4, 3, 2...
So, Gal Gadot will play Wonder Woman in the still-officially-untitled 2015 follow-up to Man of Steel, meaning that the movie that many have been referring to as "Batman vs. Superman" may be more of a Justice League project after all -- unless the movie hews close to Wonder Woman's role in current DC Comics continuity.
The CW has released another clip from Wednesday's anticipated episode, "The Scientist," during which Barry Allen/Flash (Glee's Grant Gustin) is introduced into the Arrow universe. Barry comes into Starling City after an "unexplained robbery" hits Queen Consolidated.
As hardcore X-Men comic book fans already know, there's a substantial difference between the original "Days of Future Past" storyline and next year's X-Men: Days of Future Past movie. Namely, it was Kitty Pryde who time traveled in the first version of the story, and not Wolverine. So why is it different in the new movie? Here's a hint: Everyone loves Wolvie.