Next January, Melissa Benoist’s Supergirl finally gets the action figure she deserves, and she’s joined by a fellow CW heroine, and a really unique take on Wonder Woman. May god have mercy on your wallets.
DC Comics has unveiled a trio of new heroes joining the world’s finest in Steve Orlando and Ivan Reis’s upcoming Justice League of America series: a series the company is hoping will be its most diverse roster of League members yet. UPDATE 2.15 PM EST: And now there’s a fourth member confirmed, Killer Frost!
An equally outlandish one claims to reveal Harrison Ford’s involvement in future Star Wars films. Geoff Johns says DC has plans for a live-action Booster Gold. Melissa Benoist talks about what makes The Flash a perfect crossover for Supergirl. Plus, more Lego Batman Movie teases, and the return of Vixen. Spoilers now!
We’re still a month out from seeing Vixen on Arrow, but now we have the first peek at what she’ll look like. And it’s a very nice way to make the animated costume work on TV.
It looks like Megalyn Echikunwoke’s appearance on Arrow next week is only the first step for Vixen. According to CW president Mark Pedowitz, the hope is to use a series of small appearances by the character to jumpstart a spinoff.
You can’t keep a good woman imbued with the power of the entire animal kingdom down. Previously relegated to an animated series companion to the CW’s DC TV-verse, Vixen will be joining the live-action big league when Megalyn Echikunwoke brings the hero to life as a guest star on Arrow.
Miles Teller thinks that Fantastic Four won’t review well (and not because it’s bad). It looks like Bruce Banner is joining Civil War. JJ Abrams rules out midichlorians in The Force Awakens. There’s going to be more super-powered characters on Agents of SHIELD. Plus brief new looks at Vixen, Supergirl and more!
Spider-Man is definitely in Civil War—and his appearance has already been filmed. Gotham loses two comic book characters. There’ll be less trick-shot action in Ash vs Evil Dead. Weird Al Yankovic is playing a major DC Comics villain. Plus brief teasers for Jessica Jones and Vixen, and what’s next on Zoo. Spoilers Get!
Get another teasing look at Neil Blomkamp’s Alien movie. Lego Batman casts its Boy Wonder. The Flash casts a wrestling star as a supervillain. Plus, how Grimm’s next season will change the series, an animated teaser for X-Files’ return, and footage from The Expanse, Fantastic Four and more. Behold, Spoilers!
Hey, watch this trailer for the upcoming CW Seed cartoon, set in the Arrow/Flash TV universe, and tell me you don’t think it would work as a live-action series. Heck, we’ve got Stephen Amell, Grant Gustin and their co-stars voicing their same roles—it’s another hit waiting to happen!
And how much of Edgar Wright’s original script is still in Ant-Man? Henry Cavill says Batman v Superman isn’t a Superman movie. Bruce Campbell talks Ash vs Evil Dead. Some familiar DC voices will be appearing in Vixen. Plus, clips from Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation and Daredevil set pictures. Behold, Spoilers!
Ben Affleck hints that Batman and Wonder Woman will know each other’s secrets in Batman v Superman. Corey Stoll discusses Yellowjacket’s motivation in Ant-Man. Plus, new looks at Mission Impossible 5, Deadpool, Ash vs. Evil Dead, The Walking Dead and more. So many Spoilers!
The producers of Arrow talk about their plans for more shows in that universe, and we get a sense for what Supergirl will be like as a show. Duncan Jones talks about the crazy special effects in Warcraft. Watch new teasers for Kingsmen: The Secret Service and The Walking Dead. Spoilers now!
When Marvel announced that its next round of movies would include a Captain Marvel movie, we were thrilled. Yes, a major Marvel movie featuring a popular and wonderful female superhero. But amidst that celebration, let's not forget there are still tons of worthy female superheroes who would make excellent movie…
British-born actress Adaku "Natasha" Ononogbo probably isn't considered a full-blown movie star yet, but she's started a campaign for the role of Mari Jiwe McCabe, the DC superhero better known as Vixen, in an eventual DC Comics movie. Here's why DC should totally let her.
As the American economy crashes and burns around our ears, it's comforting to know that the comic industry is doing its bit to help out your bank balance by having an exceptionally quiet week filled with... well, not an awful lot of things to look at, really. Isn't it unusually reassuring to know that someone out…