​Arrow Is Adding a Classic Batman Villain in Season 5

A visitor from Gotham will soon be arriving in Star City.

DC Comics villain Talia al Ghul will become a recurring character on Arrow , starting in the 10th episode of Season 5, TVGuide.com has learned. In the comics, Talia is most traditionally a Batman villain (and sometimes ally [and sometimes lover]), though she’s mixed it up with pretty much every hero in the universe; so tangling with the Green Arrow (Stephen Amell ) doesn’t exactly come out of left field.

This also isn’t the first time Talia has shown up in the so-called Arrowverse: she briefly appeared in the first season of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow in the episode “Left Behind,” played as a child by Milli Wilkinson. For Arrow , she’s all grown up, and will be played by veteran sci-fi actress Lexa Doig , best known from the series

Lexa Doig

Andromeda and Continuum .

The character was previously played by Marion Cotillard in the 2012 movie The Dark Knight Rises, the final installment of Christopher Nolan ‘s Batman trilogy.
Talia al Ghul is the daughter of Ra’s al Ghul ( Matt Nable ) and the half-sister of Nyssa ( Katrina Law ), both of whom have appeared on

Arrow in the past. While Ra’s was killed two seasons back, Nyssa has been a frequent ally (and sometimes antagonist) of Team Arrow throughout the series’ run. The al Ghuls have yet to show up this season, so its unclear just how Talia will be thrown into the mix. But we do know that just like her sister, she’s a warrior who is, according to the CW’s official language, “on no one’s side but her own.”

Arrow airs Wednesdays at 8/7 on The CW.


What to Watch today : Arrow, Salem, The Real World ….Check it out! 3rd Nov.2016

  • Arrow – 5×05 – Human Target Forum
  • American Horror Story – 6×08 – Chapter 8 Forum
  • Survivor – 33×07 – I Will Destroy You
  • Lethal Weapon – 1×06 – Ties That Bind
  • Code Black – 2×05 – Landslide
  • Salem – 3×01 – After the Fall Forum
  • Younger – 3×06 – Me, Myself, and O
  • You’re the Worst (2014) – 3×10 – Talking to Me, Talking to Me Forum
  • Frequency – 1×05 – Seven Three
  • Chance – 1×04 – The Mad Doctor
  • Rectify – 4×02 – Yolk Forum

  • Lip Sync Battle – 3×04 – Lupita Nyong’o vs. Regina Hall
  • The Missing – 2×04 – Statice
  • Impastor – 2×06 – The Bish is Back
  • The Daily Show with Trevor Noah – 2×18 – Kal Penn
  • The Ultimate Fighter – 24×08 – Round 2
  • The Real World – 32×05 – Fourteen’s a Crowd
  • The Real World – 32xSpecial – Real Talk: The Verdict
  • The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon – 3×172 – Vince Vaughn, Patton Oswalt, Erykah Badu
  • The Late Show with Stephen Colbert – 2×37 –
  • Michael Strahan, Nick Kroll, Aaron Lewis
  • Queen Sugar – 1×09 – Next to Nothing
  • Grand Designs – 17×07 – Devon: Plough-Shaped House
  • Conan – 6×150 – Ryan Reynolds, Rory Scovel Forum
  • Little Women: LA – 5×17 – Sail Away
  • @Midnight – 2016×140 – Jim Norton, Jena Friedman, Ryan Stout
  • NOVA – 44×05 – Treasures of the Earth: Gems
  • Home and Away – 29×189 – Episode 6539
  • Worst Cooks in America – 9×08 – Celebrity: The Final Showdown
  • The Only Way Is Essex – 19×08 – Episode 8
  • Expedition Unknown – 3×01 – Plummer’s Gold
  • Jimmy Kimmel Live! – 14×147 – Jessica Chastain, Hunter Hays, Willie Nelson, Justin Moore
  • Stan Against Evil – 1×02 – Know, Know, Know Your Goat
  • Days of our Lives – 52×33 – Wednesday November 2, 2016
  • Don’t Be Tardy for the Wedding – 5×07 –
  • Hollywood or Bust
  • Galerias Velvet – 4×05 – Episode 5
  • Property Brothers – 9×12 – Spending, Add-Ons and a Property That Fits the Bill
  • Dr. Phil – 15×38 – My Daughter Is Delusional and Lying About Being 9 Months Pregnant
  • Dragon’s Den (CAN) – 11×05 – Episode 5
  • General Hospital – 54×150 – #13680
  • Total Bellas – 1×05 – Bella Family Secrets
  • The Late Late Show with James Corden – 2×91 –
  • Joel McHale, Julianne Hough, Gallant
  • The Bold and the Beautiful – 30×216 – Ep. #7454
  • Coronation Street – 57×220 – Wed Nov 02 2016
  • The Young and the Restless – 44×45 – Episode 11044 – November 2, 2016
  • You’re the Worst – 3×10 – Talking to Me, Talking to Me
  • The Romeo Section – 2×05 – Incendiary
  • Late Night with Seth Meyers – 2016×139 –
  • Christian Slater, Priyanka Chopra, Luke Bracey, Hannah Welton
  • WWE NXT – 10×44 – Eight teams do battle in the 2nd Round of the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic!
  • The Block – 12×43 – Birthday Bash
  • Homicide Hunter – 6×10 – Outlaw
  • Chelsea – 1×73 – How Dark My Life Once Was
  • Judge Judy – 21×53 – Pomeranians and the Police!; Underage Drinking and Online Bullying?!
  • Judge Judy – 21×54 – Revealing 911 Call!; Trust Your Instincts!
  • Upper Middle Bogan – 3×04 – Sons of Anarchy
  • Toddlers & Tiaras – 7×10 – The Return of Eden Wood
  • Crazyhead – 1×03 – Shave the Cat
  • Neighbours – 32×218 – Episode 7488
  • HIM – 1×03 – Episode 3
  • Lucha Underground – 3×09 – Loser Leaves Lucha
  • Any Given Wednesday with Bill Simmons – 1×16 -Episode 16
  • The Wrong Girl – 1×06 – Episode 6
  • Sousei no Onmyouji – 1×30 – Forever Smiling – Lovely Smile Forever
  • Nature – 35×04 – The Story of Cats: Asia to Africa
  • Doctor Doctor – 1×08 – Episode 8
  • Outrageous Acts of Science – 7×02 – Accident or Design
  • House Hunters International – 98×08 – Opinions In Okazaki
  • Emmerdale – 47×257 – Wed 2 Nov 2016
  • House Hunters – 119×12 – Planting Roots in Pittsboro, NC
  • Hollyoaks – 22×219 – 2016-11-02
  • Alvinnn!!! and the Chipmunks – 2×35 – The Temp
  • Eve 2015 – 3×03 – Infinity Plus One
  • The Rachel Maddow Show – 2016×214 –
  • November 2, 2016
  • Tabletop – 4×01 – Lanterns: The Harvest Festival
  • Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It Away! – 4×20 – Episode 20
  • Charlie Rose – 26×42 – 11/02/2016
  • Dirilis Ertugrul – 3×02 – Episode 2
  • The Real – 4×33 – Xzibit, guest co-host Eve
  • The Moonstone – 1×03 – Episode 3
  • Vice News Tonight – 1×18 – Episode 18
  • Jeopardy! – 2016×189 – Vivek Ravishanker, Courtney Cissel, Dennis Fipps
  • Secrets of the Dead – 16×02 – Graveyard of the Giant Beasts
  • Rosehaven – 1×04 – Episode 4
  • CMA Awards – 1×50 – The 50th Annual CMA Awards
  • Catching Kelce – 1×05 – Romance at Red Foo’s
  • Asian Provocateur – 2×04 – Cousin Krishna Returns
  • TMZ on TV – 2016×219 – November 2, 2016
  • Celebrity Name Game – 3×45 – TBA 11/02
  • Little Women: Dallas – 1×01 – Everything’s Bigger in Texas
  • The Force: Manchester – 3×09 – Don’t Call Me Darling
  • Wheel of Fortune (US) – 34×38 – Episode 38
  • Educating Joey Essex – 2×05 – What EU Saying? (5)
  • Marley’s Ghosts – 2×03 – Blind Sided
  • My Kitchen Rules (UK) – 2×23 – Episode 23
  • Pointless – 16×08 – Episode 8
  • Kara Sevda – 2×07 – Episode 7
  • The Chase (2009) – 10×89 – 02/11/2016
  • Ben 10 (2016) – 1×11 – Rustbucket Rip
  • Jon Glaser Loves Gear – 1×03 – Hockey
  • Salvage Hunters – 9×09 – Episode 9
  • Good Mythical Morning – 10×68 – Are You Double-Jointed? (TEST)
  • Good Mythical Morning – 10xSpecial –
  • Unbelievable Double-Jointed Videos – Good Mythical More
  • The Disastrous Life of Saiki K – 1xSpecial – He Should Repeat the Grade
  • Garbage Time With Katie Nolan – 3×25 – Episode 25
  • Beach Cops – 2×03 – Episode 3
  • Russell Howard & Mum: USA Road Trip – 1×03 –
  • Hip Hopping in Atlanta
  • Top Gear (FR) – 3×01 – Episode 1
  • Bigg Boss – 10×19 – Day 17
  • Sam Faiers: The Mummy Diaries – 1×04 –
  • Episode 4
  • E! News – 15×445 – Episode 445
  • E! News – 15×446 – Episode 446
  • Harry – 1×38 – Kelly Pickler, Nicole Byer
  • Silvana Sin Lana – 1×74 – Episode 74
  • Grave Secrets – 1×01 – Secrets of the Desert
  • Cheating Craft – 1×05 – Earth-Shattering! Shark Strike!
  • Last Call with Carson Daly – 16×31 – Tom Ellis, Getter, Ezra Furman
  • Teletubbies – 15×58 – Again Again
  • Cold War Armageddon – 1×04 – Cold War Hot War
  • Live! with Kelly – 2016×80 – Donnie Wahlberg, Lauren Cohan, guest co-host Vince Vaughn
  • That Awkward Game Show – 1×05 – Mannequins Can’t Say No
  • Luksusfellen – 15×09 – Episode 9
  • Mahou Shoujo Nante Mou Ii Desu kara. – 2×05 –
  • Episode 5
  • Sound! Euphonium – 2×05 – Miraculous Harmony
  • Little Miss Atlanta – 1×04 – Pageant Dad Duel
  • Scream Street – 1×28 – The Beast Within
  • Senora Acero – 3×73 – capitulo 73
  • To Be Hero – 1×05 – Episode 5
  • Little British Isles with Alison Steadman – 1×03 –
  • Episode 3
  • Svett & Etikett – 3×05 – Episode 5
  • Teekyuu – 8×05 – The Super-Scary Super-Strange Files! Scariest Movie Ever with Senpai
  • With All Due Respect – 2016×216 – Episode 216
  • I Own Australia’s Best Home – 1×06 – Gritty, Glam, Green
  • Morning Joe – 2016×218 – Episode 218
  • This Time Next Year – 1×01 – Episode 1
  • Car Crash Global Caught on Camera – 1×04 –
  • Episode 4
  • Deadline Design with Shaynna Blaze – 1×03 – Box Hill
  • Despertar Contigo – 1×63 – Episode 63
  • Hotel Todo Incluido – 1×113 – Episode 113

Next Up: What to watch today 4th Nov. 2016

​Dear Supergirl Characters: Get a Room!

Thanksgiving may be right around the corner but it’s getting steamy Monday nights at 8. Lingering stares. Inhibitions falling away. Seduction against a better judgment that’s witless against an unfathomable desire so palpable it can’t be denied. And that’s just the budding bromance between Mon-El ( Chris Wood ) and Winn ( Jeremy Jordan).

Now that it’s crossed over, Supergirl is ready to start pairing people off and raising that tension to CW heights. Through four episodes of its second season, the show hasn’t been afraid to shake relationships of the past in a sad breakup, like Kara ( Melissa Benoist ) and James ( Mehcad Brooks ), or just making characters disappear altogether so they can’t haunt the current relationships. I mean, where did Maxwell Lord ( Peter Facinelli ) go to anyway?<!– more –>

With so much tension going on, it might be a good idea to run through all the combinations and discuss who might take off, who is destined for unspeakable disaster, and who is stuck on the runway. And we’ll start with last lady of Krypton herself, Kara zor-El.


I guess El is a common last name, like the mighty Smith family or the fighting Browns, so much so that it spread to Krypton’s enemy sister planet. Things seem to be heating up lately between the pretty humanoids as he shows himself to be douchey but vulnerable and she shows that even a Kryptonian can take haughtiness down a notch or two. I mean, not that much since their bond is starting under the premise that she’s responsible for him like a mother hen, the way that she was going to protect her cousin. Mon-El meeting Kara for the first time, choking her, and then throwing her through a window, is also a really weird meet-cute.

But it’s hard to imagine that two pretty aliens, hanging out together all the time, both with destroyed home worlds, wouldn’t result in at least some light, tender kissing. It’s kind of disappointing in a way. Kara and James split up because she wanted to focus on herself but now it seems like we’re heading down the path to a Poundtown powered by Earth’s yellow sun. While Kara zor-El has been kicking butt and taking names (and sometimes getting her butt kicked and having her name taken), the subplot around Kara Danvers has been a little anemic, boiled down to a now nearly formula growly exchange with Snapper Carr (Ian Gomez) over her articles.

“Finding yourself” is a popular theme in the Berlanti-verse but, unlike The Flash and Arrow ,

Supergirl ‘s take looked to be more positive, more human, less “time travel is magic.” There’s a lot of potential in watching Kara find herself in the newsroom, learn how to be more assertive, learn to break down barriers without having to literally punch through them. It would be unfortunate to see a boy steal focus from that.

Chris Wood, Supergirl


No wonder J’onn (David Harewood ) isn’t much of a talker. Back when he was on Mars, people just read each other’s minds in place of conversation. You knew everything about a person in six seconds. It’s hard to exercise that small talk muscle when you know exactly the last time everyone around you peed their pants. Some folks it might be understandable. For others, it might be hard to even look them in the eye.

It’s hard to tell with the consistently stoic J’onn whether or not he has romantic feelings for M’gann ( Sharon Leal ) or if he’s just happy that he can mind-meld with someone. It’s been 300 years. Although I’m still not really clear on how invasive that bonding is. Was J’onn downplaying it because he really, really wants to get in her head? Was J’onn overeager about making a friend? Or is he treating this like it’s closing time and they are the last two bar patrons on Earth?

In either case, J’onn is probably not going to love that M’gann is really descended from the race that tried to exterminate him, his family, his extended family, and everyone else that wasn’t large, monstrous and white. No matter what J’onn’s intentions are, this is heading for doom and, while it doesn’t seem like M’gann is out to rip anyone apart like the other White Martians seem super into, J’onn can hold a grudge. Maybe these two can find some common ground. However they both feel about each other, they are, indeed, survivors of a lost civilization. I’m curious how that makeout session would be blocked. Seems like a lot of careful positioning.


Last week’s lingering glances have escalated to a look of disappointment, when Maggie ( Floriana Lima) introduced her girlfriend, and, of course, hand-holding. Alex (Chyler Leigh ) hasn’t declared any feelings or even a persuasion but the writing seems to be on the wall that we’re heading for a glorious Maggie and Alex team-up, romantic stylez. What do we call them? Algie? Maggalex? Sanvers? We’re going to go with Sanvers because it doesn’t sound like pond scum or a Decepticon.

The best part about this (speculative) relationship is how it’s growing organically. That was the problem with all the other relationships that tried to happen last season that couldn’t happen or didn’t happen well: Kara and Adam Foster (Blake Jenner ), Kara and James, Winn and Siobhan ( Italia Ricci ), Lucy ( Jenna Dewan-Tatum ) and James. The show did a lot of telling us that people like each other and not a lot of showing us how they got to like each other. Whatever is happening between Maggie and Alex is being given a chance to breathe and that’s how episodic storytelling should work. Build the tension, parcel the milestones in smaller increments (half-milestones? kilometer-stones?), and give people a chance to fall in love at the same time the characters are. Two episodes into the Sanvers era, it feels like

Supergirl found a groove.

That being said, I’m not in the business of speculating and don’t want to go too far in crowning the couple until something more concrete happens. My favorite YouTuber recently created an acrostic with his video titles on his secondary channel that read WE ARE PRESENTLY HAVING A BA and then the next video started with an O and featured him and his wife eating pork buns . I’m saying I’ve been burned before. But I’m cautiously optimistic.


Now this is an interesting one. Lena (Katie McGrath ) has a powerful demeanor that can come off flirty, especially when someone as meek as Kara walks into the room. Telling her assistant that Kara can come up whenever she wants, no questions asked, only pours fuel on the fire that maybe Lena is trying to scoop on this reporter.

I’ve mentioned before that I think it was be intriguing (and surprising) if Kara found herself somewhere outside of heteronormative on the sexuality spectrum, whether she is gay, asexual, or polyamorous (talk about being a people pleaser, amirite? Sigh. No rimshots in internet essays), but this might be less of a budding romance so much as it is a version of the Lex and Clark friendship during the early seasons of

Smallville . It may be fun to think about Kara having deep thoughts about who she wants to love but we’re stymied by two big issues: 1) Supergirl is a high-level DC property now and 2) we’re in a Berlanti-verse where leads don’t have the capacity to unearth any strong sexuality let alone a strong sexuality that might be controversial.

As much as Lena and Kara would be a power couple that could finally merge the Luthors and the House of El like Montagues and Capulets, it’s almost certain that the show is going to leave all of that to the fanciful imaginations of slash-fiction writers at large. Do us proud, fandom.


Mon-El and Winn: Mon-El was probably just using Winn to keep himself from going stir-crazy, but I wouldn’t mind a nice Cisco/Barry relationship developing between them. Cisco/Harry might be too much to ask of anyone on any show. Speaking of Barry, though …

Kara and Barry (Grant Gustin) : It’s a statistical impossibility and I have no interest in separating the couple of destiny Barry and Iris (Candice Patton), but with the ice cream and the running and the adorableness, wouldn’t you want to just see them on one date? A bottle episode with them at a fancy restaurant. It’s be the cutest.

Snapper Carr and the Dry Erase Board: I mean, he doesn’t treat it right but he’s into mixing fluids with it. Spitting into his hand and wiping it on the board might be the most loving relationship he has.

Cat Grant (Calista Flockhart ) and Maxwell Lord: Two power players in National City disappear at around the same time. Coincidence? Necessary budget cuts? Naw. They’re both standing in the sun on a beach in the middle of clear, blue waters, sipping toxically sweet tropical drinks and lightly, tenderly kissing. Or boning. Neither of them are saddled with a hero worship that restrains human urges.

Supergirl airs Mondays at 8/7c on The CW.

​Arrow , The Flash , Supergirl and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Four-Way Crossover Has Its Big Bad

What threat is big enough to team up the superheroes from all four of The CW’s DC Comics-based TV shows? As announced by Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment Thursday, it’s an alien invasion. Or even more specifically, the DC Comics alien race The Dominators, who, appropriately, headlined an epic comic book crossover event in the 1980’s titled — you guessed it — Invasion!

The four-show crossover will kick off on Supergirl — it will be “touched on,” rather than having the show fully involved in the storyline, according to executive producer Greg Berlanti — before continuing into The Flash , then Arrow , and finishing up on DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.

“This year, for our mega ‘Arrowverse’ crossover, we’re taking inspiration from a DC crossover from the late 1980s known as Invasion! , which featured an alien race called the Dominators, who’d previously vexed the Legion of Superheroes,” Arrow and Legends EP Marc Guggenheim said in statement. “We’re using cutting edge prosthetics and computer effects to achieve a feature film-quality look which is faithful to Invasion! artist Todd McFarlane’s interpretation of the characters.”

CW’s superhero producers tease four-show crossover, coming-out storyline<!– more –>

Though other details on the crossover are basically nonexistent at this point (we don’t even know precisely when it’ll air, though previous years’ crossovers between The Flash and Arrow have hit during the eighth episode of each season), there are a few things to unpack from this news.

All four shows have forged their own way from the comics mythology, while staying true to the core of the characters. So looking at the Invasion! crossover — well, honestly, most of it is in the title: The Dominators are a calculating, evil alien race who assemble a bunch of other evil alien races and try to conquer Earth. The other heroes stop them. The end.

The most interesting part of the crossover, though, was that The Dominators are very interested in genetic manipulation. They set off something called a “Gene Bomb,” meant to mess with all the superheroes’ powers and kill them; but actually led to the creation of a bunch of other metahumans. Like in the comics crossover, this is a pretty easy way for the Arrowverse to introduce a few new heroes into the mix, or give some of the unpowered humans on the shows a surprising upgrade, post-crossover.

But what will make comic fans salivate with anticipation is Guggenheim’s casual mention of the Legion of Superheroes. The teen team lives in the 30th century battling evil beings like The Dominators, and some leftover bad guys from “our” time. On multiple occasions, both Superman and Supergirl (in the comics) have traveled to the future and teamed up with the Legion — something that was teased last season on The Flash — he glimpsed a Legion ring, which allows the team to fly, while running through a time tunnel (don’t ask) — and Supergirl , when Kara (Melissa Benoist ) walked by a ring in Superman’s home base, the Fortress of Solitude.

With Superman (Tyler Hoechlin ) now appearing on Supergirl, and the Legion tying nicely into the beginnings of the Dominators, there’s a very thin line you can draw between how Supergirl might “touch” on the crossover, without fully getting involved. And more importantly for fans, this means we might get to see the Legion appear on screen (they previously appeared on the unconnected-to-the-Arrowverse Smallville).

Whatever happens, though, and however this all connects together, we don’t know if The CW’s heroes are ready for Domination.

​The Divergent Series: Ascendant

The Divergent film franchise is deviating from its expected course. Instead of concluding with a fourth theatrical release, The Divergent Series: Ascendant , studio Lionsgate is now looking to complete the story arc with a television movie, which would also lay the groundwork for a potential spin-off series set in the same dystopian future.

Based on a trilogy of young-adult novels by Veronica Roth, The Divergent Series is set in a post-apocalyptic society where people are divided into factions based on their personality types. Shailene Woodley, Theo James, Ansel Elgort starred in the first three films — Divergent ,Insurgent , and Allegiant — but it is not yet known whether they would return for the TV finale.

While 2014’s Divergent and 2015’s Insurgent were solid box office performers, the series never reached the heights of Summit and Lionsgate’s blockbuster Twilight and Hunger Games franchises, and this year’s Allegiant was a critical and commercial dud.

Ascendant had been scheduled to hit theaters June 9, 2017, with Lee Toland Krieger ( Age of Adaline ) directing.

Lionsgate declined to comment.

The Divergent news was first reported by Variety

​The Last Ship Renewed for Season 5

The Last Ship will sail until at least 2018.

The summer hit post-apocalyptic drama has been renewed for a fifth season, TNT announced Thursday. The Last Ship was already

renewed for Season 4 in July , so this is actually more of an extension than a renewal. The fourth and fifth seasons will each have 1o episodes.

Eric Dane, Adam Baldwin

The Last Ship follows the crew of the U.S.S.

Nathan James , who are among the few survivors of a global catastrophe that wiped out most of the world’s population. It stars Eric Dane, Adam Baldwin and Bridget Regan.

The Last Ship ‘s Season 3 finale airs Sunday, Sept. 11 at 9/8c on TNT.

‘Iron Man 4’ Rumors, Latest News & Updates: Marvel Still Planning To Release ‘Iron Man’ Sequel Despite Robert Downey Jr.’s SDCC Absence?

“Iron Man 4” is currently making headlines again after its notable absence in Marvel Studios much-anticipated panel at the annual San Diego Comic-Con 2016. Even though several fans are clamoring for the release of the “Iron Man” sequel, the future of the franchise remains uncertain.

At the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con, one of the highly anticipated panel was Marvel Studios. Although “Iron Man” fans expect that the studio will drop some information about the fourth installment of the franchise, no details have been revealed about the possible development and release of “Iron Man 4.”

‘Iron Man 4’ Development And Release Remain Uncertain

Despite the fact that “Iron Man” lead star Robert Downey Jr. has been absent in the past San Diego Comic-Con events, his recent no-show has ignited some questions about the future of the franchise. According to Vine Report, Marvel Studios dropped some updates and sneak peeks regarding the upcoming films for Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Unfortunately, no updates have been released regarding “Iron Man 4.” Instead, the Marvel panel focus on their upcoming movies such as “Black Panther,” “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” “Doctor Strange” and “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.”

Tony Stark To Be Replaced In ‘Iron Man 4’?

Even though Marvel Studios has yet to confirm the development of “Iron Man 4,” rumors have it that Robert Downey Jr.’s Tony Stark character will be replaced by a Marvel supervillain. Based on the report of Ecumenical News , Marvel illustrator Alex Maleev recently sketched supervillain Dr. Doom wearing Stark’s Iron Man suit.

​Game of Thrones Adds Harry Potter’s Jim Broadbent to Season 7 Cast

Jim Broadbent is heading to Westeros for Game of Thrones Season 7.

The Harry Potter alum has been cast in a mysterious but “significant” role, according to

Entertainment Weekly. HBO and the Game of Thrones producing team didn’t give out any further details in order to prevent major storylines from hitting the web.

Game of Thrones : Is this who will cure Jorah’s greyscale?

Previously, recent casting notices for the HBO epic were leaked, and while Broadbent fits the description asking for a “venerable priest” in his 60s with a “characterful face,” TVGuide.com has a different theory (and posted cast listings have been misleading before). We think Broadbent would fit in really well at the Citadel with Sam (John Bradley ) — possibly even as the head maester.

Broadbent won an Academy Award for his supporting role in the 2001 film Iris , and his storied career includes appearances in Cloud Atlas, Longford , Brazil , Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull , Doctor Who and much more.

Who do you think Broadbent could play?

What to Watch Tonight: The Season Finales of New Girl , The Grinder , and Grandfathered , and Kevin Smith’s Episode of The Flash


What to watch on Tuesday, May 10…
12:01am, Hulu
The Mindy Project
After an Indian man claims that Mindy is Indian on the outside and white on the inside, she begins hanging out with more Indian people to see if he’s right. Elsewhere in “Bernardo & Anita,” Jody and Morgan fight over a woman.
SEASON 5 FINALE, 8pm & 9pm, Fox
New Girl
Nick and Winston help Schmidt rewrite his vows in “Wedding Eve,” while Jess ropes the gang into a game of True American to forestall a potentially awkward conversation with Sam. And hey, Coach and Regan are back! Then at 9pm, “Landing Gear” caps the season with Cece and Schmidt tying the knot—assuming that Schmidt’s last-minute effort to persuade Cece’s mom to attend doesn’t cause him to miss the big day himself.
8pm, ABC
Fresh Off the Boat
Louis gives Emery some cool-kid pointers in “Gotta Be Me,” while Jessica shows her fun-mom side when she chaperones Eddie’s field trip to Colonial Floridatowne.
8pm, The CW
The Flash
The now Flash-less Team Flash fends off old foe Girder in “The Runaway Dinosaur” (directed by
Kevin Smith and written by Zack Stentz). Elsewhere, the now Team-Flash-less Flash fights to escape whatever parallel universe/dimension/insert-comic-booky-premise-here he’s stuck in for the moment.
8pm, CBS
With one of NCIS’s own clinging to life in the ICU, the rest of the team joins forces with the FBI and MI6 to hunt down the escaped British spy who’s responsible in “Dead Letter.”
Continue reading “What to Watch Tonight: The Season Finales of New Girl , The Grinder , and Grandfathered , and Kevin Smith’s Episode of The Flash”

Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑