••• DC’s Legends of Tomorrow executive producer Marc Guggenheim has revealed a first look at the logo for the Justice Society of America, who will make their debut in the series in the new season. Watch T-shirt companies go into a frenzy… [via Coming Soon]
— Marc Guggenheim (@mguggenheim) August 3, 2016
••• Orange Is the New Black star Ruby Rose is in negotiations to join Fan Bingbing and Jason Statham in Meg, Warner’s prehistoric shark film to be directed by Jon Turteltaub (National Treasure) for a March 2018 release date. [via The Hollywood Reporter]
••• The PlayStation Network has cancelled Powers, the superhero show based on the comic series by Brian Michael Bendis, after two series. Bendis, however, posted a Tweet suggesting the show may not be dead yet. “A Powers episode generated over 4.5 million hits on YouTube alone & [there are] people BTS who believe in us.” [via Coming Soon]
••• Alexandra Metz (Chicago Fire) has landed a recurring role in the CW’s Frequency, a new series based on the timey-wimey 2000 New Line Cinema film. Metz will play Maya, a college student desperate to prevent herself from becoming a victim of a violent crime. [via Deadline]
••• Chai Romruen (who is currently most famous for playing a merman in Netflix’s Mako Mermaids) is set to join the fourth season of the CW’s cult hit The 100 in a recurring role. He will play Ilan, a Grounder haunted by the horrors he committed while under Alie’s (Erica Serra) control.