Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Watch the opening scene of Teen Wolf season 6 its Finally Here

For Teen Wolf season 6 is the last season of the show, the Ghost Riders have arrived in Beacon Hills. Even worse? They’re taking Stiles, effectively erasing him from existence. Cast members Tyler Posey, Holland Roden, Shelley Hennig, Linden Ashby, and Melissa Ponzio joined showrunner Jeff Davis for a panel at New York Comic Con to talk all about the new season. After giving those in attendance a first look at the opening scene of season 6, the conversation went straight to Stydia — not surprising considering the latest trailer.

In regards to Stiles’ “I love you,” Holland Roden claimed, “You don’t know who he’s talking to necessarily,” before Hennig jokingly chimed in with, “There’s enough of Stiles for everybody.”

Davis was there to clear up some things regarding Stydia. “I think it’s all up there on the screen,” Davis said, before adding that because it’s the final season, “We want to bring some relationships full circle. We want to give the audience at least a few things they want.”

But Davis won’t be giving fans everything they want. When it comes to Hayden and Liam’s relationship, Davis said the couple is going to go through some rough times. “They might be pulled apart inexplicably,” he said. “They’re going to be butting heads a little.”

were able to hold the pack together, it wouldn’t be an entertaining show,” Posey said, adding, “Scott fails once again.”

Long story short, Davis said no one will get much happiness this season. Furthermore, he said, “Certain characters may find their end in this last season.” When the writers returned to craft the final episodes, Davis said the first question they asked themselves was, “Who can we kill?”

However, Davis did reveal one spin-off idea that never came to fruition. At one point in the series’ run, Davis said he thought of doing a show about “Eichen House as its own spin-off where Dr. Deaton would be the head of Eichen House [and] would gather all sorts of supernatural teams.”

The Walking Dead Season 7 Is Maggie got Killed By Negan?

Season 6 just ended an intense cliffhanger that makes every fan of the show really need to watch the upcoming season of the walking dead. Rick and his team as in trouble once again as a new comer in the show Negan and his company captured Rick and the rest of the team. Fans are going wild when this things happen in the comic book killed one of them by smashing the head with the baseball bat wrap with barb wire. Its seems really terrifying to watch it. As the walking dead season 7 is coming up hints everywhere is slowly coming out who is Negan victim. With all the spoilers that are coming out everywhere still fans searching for the clue who got smashed.

As an avid fan of the show I always having the hard time with all the major characters that are left in the show from the first season. Based in the comic book the one that got smashed is Glenn oh no! But in the series we don’t know yet. Fans all over the net have the hard time in moving on if this is gonna happen poor Maggie because she is pregnant.

As we are counting the days for the comeback of this zombie theme television series another hint is dropped this weekend and fans are getting crazy over an engagement ring in the remains of Negan’s victim. Theories is somehow came out all over the net that the possible victim could be Maggie but somehow we couldn’t contain it that the pregnant woman is beaten up.

In the aftermath, the super villain can be seen leading the deputy sheriff into his caravan after threatening to kill his right hand man. In the comics, Rick's hand is cut off by The Governor but it seems that that responsibility may fall to Negan in season seven.

Monday, October 10, 2016

The Walking Dead season 7: New clip heavily hints who Negan is going to Kill

Just a little longer to wait. After months of expectation, fans of The Walking Dead are just days away from finally finding out who the villainous Negan kills, putting an end to all those theories.

However, until October 23,2016 The Walking Dead season 7 will finally starts, theorists will no doubt be going overboard as yet more information is released by FOX.

Thanks to New York Comic-Con, an extended clip from the first episode has been released, showing Negan and Rick Grimes confronting each other.

Not only does this confirm Rick survives the initial onslaught, but also hints at another plot line that may very well finally be adapted to the small screen.

Firstly, it should be noted how Rick is wound particularly tight when Negan asks whether the person who dies is his “right-hand man”. This could point to various members of the group, but many believe it to be Glenn.

Second, Rick gets taken off into Negan’s motor home to receive some sort of punishment; most fans believe his right hand (see what they did there) will be removed. Why? Because in the comic books Rick loses his hand to the Governor yet, when the show told the equivalent story, Rick’s arm remained attached to his body; expect that to no longer be the case.

Monday, October 3, 2016

The Flash Season 3 With the Season Premiere Flashpoint

If you're a regular reader of my Flash-centric ramblings, you'll know that I wasn't particularly in love with The Flash season two. I found it uneven, and a number of the twists felt contrived, particularly how Earth 2 simply became an excuse to get everyone to essentially be the goatee-wearing mirror universe eeeevil versions of themselves. It got old, and it didn't leave enough room for the kind of smart sci-fi that this show is often capable of.

While everything worked out by the season finale, you might also remember that I was ambivalent about Barry's decision to alter the past and save his mother. In particular, I questioned the wisdom of going to the "Flashpoint" well relatively early in the series' history, and I worried that they were quickly going to dig another hole, with more gimmick-y alternate universe/timeline versions of familiar characters and situations.

Well, after watching The Flash season 3 premiere episode, "Flashpoint," I am pleased to report that my fears weren't just unfounded, they were really frakkin' unfounded. "Flashpoint" is a wonderful return to form for the series, the best episode since the first half of season two, and right up there with some of the best in the show's history.

Here's a quick Flash Fact for you: I never particularly cared for the comic story that this is loosely based on. The comic book version of "Flashpoint" was needlessly dark, and was so interested in showing off a DC Universe gone wild that a lot of the impact of Barry's actual emotional story was lost.

Well, that doesn't happen here. While in the comics, Barry's actions rewrote the whole world with some bizarre and disastrous consequences, here, things are far more subtle, and the focus stays on the people who bring us back week after week. As we've seen in the trailers, Barry's relationships with Iris, Joe, and Cisco have changed dramatically (and yes, Cisco is in a very different place than he is in "our" timeline), none of it is an excuse to go off the rails. Is it possible that I just missed these characters and this world, and that's coloring my perception? Maybe. But it says so much about this cast and the solid foundations the show has built that they settle so comfortably into these new dynamics and it all feels completely believable and natural.

Friday, September 23, 2016

Flashpoint Fallout in new Teaser of The Flash Season 3

Fans are getting more and more excited with all the teasers that coming out for the upcoming season of the flash. There are a lot of exciting things to looks forward to in The Flash season 3. Barry altering the timeline to go back and save his mother’s life (and his father from jail) gives us a chance to see how things might have looked if Reverse Flash hadn’t succeeded in his plans, but it also will give the core cast a chance to play wildly different versions of themselves (like we saw with the Earth-2 storylines last season, which were some of the year’s best). But while Barry is always ready to embrace the positives in situations like this (including his appreciation of there being another Flash Kid Flash! “Don’t call me that”), it’s clear from this new, extended trailer that he’s going to have to make a very, very difficult choice.

The series’ cast and creators have told us that Flashpoint won’t last all season, but its repercussions will be felt throughout. In this trailer below, we’re starting to get a sense of how, as Barry starts to forget who he is because he is because he’s living as the same person in two timelines. What that means for other characters, though, remains to be seen.

A new teaser is released check out below:

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Once Upon a Time: Is Regina Ready to Face the Evil Queen Again?

Regina has always been her own worst enemy on Once Upon a Time, and that will take on a literal meaning this season as she goes toe-to-toe with her alter ego this fall.

The mayor of Storybrooke thought that she had vanquished the Evil Queen once and for all at the end of last season, but her other half survived the heart crushing and is now ready to fulfill all of her nefarious plans. We know the Evil Queen is setting her sights back on Snow White, but Regina could be the only one who can stop her. The question is, can Regina get rid of her dark side once and for all?

"What we're really going to be asking ourselves and Jekyll and Hyde are the perfect metaphor -- is can you really divide the dark side of yourself? Can you really take the things you hate about yourself and throw them away or is that actually a part of who you are?" asks executive producer Eddy Kitsis. "We have to figure out how to reconcile both sides. That's kind of what we'll be exploring this year." It will take some time before Regina will realize that squashing the Evil Queen's heart didn't do the job, which allows the former villain to at least know what it feels like not to have her darker self raging inside of her.

"She's really done a lot of character growth over the five seasons. She's really become a different person. We're picking up from that," Kitsis says. "Internally, we're going to see a Regina that has a weight that's been lifted off her, a Regina that's excited to move on instead of always having to feel bad about the past. Unfortunately, when you try to leave your past behind you, it rears its head again." The Evil Queen won't be the only thing haunting Regina though. She'll still be healing from the loss of Robin and trying to figure out her place in Storybrooke now that she's lost her second soulmate. Luckily, the new arrivals in Storybrooke from the Land of Untold Stories might help distract her from the pain.

"She's clearly very much grieving Robin and we're going to see that in the premiere," Kitsis explains. "Hyde hinted last year that there are people in the Land of Untold Stories whose stories haven't played out. We're going to find ourselves in a situation where Mayor Regina and Savior Emma are going to have to help a whole bunch of people find their happy endings as well." How do you think Regina will fare against the Evil Queen? Once Upon a Time returns Sunday, Sept. 25 at 8/7c on ABC.

The Flash Season 3 Poster is Out Its all About to be Red

The first official introduction CW’s The Flash season 3 makes quite a statement, especially if you happen to be a bullfighter. As you’ll see in the season’s newly released poster below, The Flash has taken his love for the color red to the extreme. Grant Gustin, in costume as the title speedster, is almost lost within the flood of crimson light that saturates the poster, with only his bright yellow lightning bolt symbol standing out against the backdrop. The Flash season 3 poster teases new destinies, new dangers.

Titled “Flashpoint,” the season three premiere is described below.

“Barry is living his dream life his parents are alive, he’s asked Iris West on a date and he can finally be a normal guy as Central City has another speedster, Kid Flash, running around saving the city. When Barry starts forgetting parts of his old life, the Reverse Flash (guest star Matt Letscher) taunts his nemesis and tells him that there will be serious repercussions for Barry and the ones he loves if he continues to live in this alternate universe. In addition to losing his memories, his powers will also start to fade. When disaster strikes, Barry must decide if he wants to continue to live in this world as Barry Allen or return to his universe as The Flash.

he Flash returns to The CW on Tuesday, October 4th at 8pm. Gustin will return in the title role alongside Candice Patton, Danielle Panabaker, Carlos Valdez, Tom Cavanagh, Jesse L. Martin, and Keiynan Lonsdale, with John Wesley Shipp, Michelle Harrison, and Matt Letscher returning as well. This season premiere will also see newcomers Tom Felton, Todd Lasance, and the voice of Tobin Bell, just to name a few.