Jamie Foxx discusses his long road to joining Spawn. Get a look at the armor, villains, and giant crab men of Aquaman. Chloe Bennet teases hair-based changes for Agents of SHIELD’s next season. Plus, what’s to come on Cloak and Dagger, and fleeting teases for Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead’s Comic-Con news.…
Booster Gold is known for being a bit of a screwup in the DC Comics universe. But his latest attempt at having something go right for himself has gone very, very wrong. And he’s pulled Batman and Catwoman into the mess.
Josh Brolin delves into Thanos’ past for Avengers: Infinity War. Karl Urban discusses the future of the Star Trek movie franchise. The Booster Gold movie is apparently still happening. Plus, a new look at Cloak and Dagger, and bad news for Dirk Gently. To me, my Spoilers!
The entire point of DC’s Injustice is to imagine a universe in which traditional canon is basically thrown out of the window in favor of a riveting series of what ifs. What if Superman became tyrannical despot? What if everyone had super strength? What if... Booster Gold and the Blue Beetle were lovers?
DC’s crossover game is strong lately. Not only have we got stuff like Justice League/Power Rangers on the way, along with the next Batman/TMNT crossover, the company has now announced that several of its weird (and very wonderful) comic takes on Hanna-Barbera characters will now host a series of team-ups with DC’s own…
We’ve only had three movies in DC’s Extended Universe so far, but we’ve already got confirmation that at least one of the upcoming films won’t be a part of that shared universe initiative.
Krysten Ritter teases the endless possibilities of Jessica Jones season 2. American Gods recasts a major character. The Godzilla v Kong movie has a release date. Kevin Smith wants to write for Arrow. Plus, new pictures from Game of Thrones, and the season finale of Gotham. Behold, Spoilers!
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!
Alan Tudyk wants in on the Booster Gold/Blue Beetle movie—but only if a Firefly costar joins him. Mark Ruffalo talks the Hulk in Thor: Ragnarok. Get a look at Killer Frost on The Flash. Plus, oodles of clips from Supergirl, footage from Ash vs. Evil Dead, and behind the scenes on The Shannara Chronicles. To Me, My…
If Man of Steel, Batman v Superman and Suicide Squad are any indication, the DC Cinematic Universe is going to be much darker and grimmer than Marvel’s. But a new rumor suggests it’ll eventually get a big dash of fun and color, thanks to the misfit pairing of Booster Gold and Blue Beetle.
Sometimes a character goes through so many reinventions and reimaginings, it feels as though they're just being chewed up by the machine. (See Hawkman.) But sometimes, the 20th version of a character is just... perfect. Which character actually benefited from endless redesigns and reboots?
The Robocop reboot adds another awesome actor to the mix. Charlie Day reveals Guillermo del Toro's larger-than-life approach to Pacific Rim. Jurassic Park 4 is seriously happening, according to the producer. Plus new videos and photos from the sets of Iron Man 3, Once Upon a Time, and Supernatural!
Is Syfy getting back to its science fiction roots? Last night the channel debuted their new slate of original scripted programming for their yearly upfront presentation.
Remember when the Man of Steel died and came back in the 1990s? Well, this is the closest we're going to get to a live-action Death of Superman movie. And it's kind of amazing.
We've seen Batman turned into Bartman with the simple change of one letter. But what other heroes can be transmogrified completely, with a simple change to one letter? Check out the wild, weird, world of Marvel and DC, if only the creators made more typos.
Booster Gold is a pretty clever concept: A guy from the far future travels back in time to our present, using futuristic technology to become a superhero so that he can become rich and famous. Would this concept actually work as a weekly TV show, especially if you put Booster in a world with few or no other…
Yesterday's episode of Smallville, "Booster," introduced stalwart DC heroes Booster Gold and Blue Beetle to the show's universe. Even though this episode added doodly-squat to Smallville's end game, Booster Gold's celebrity superheroics and unapologetic campiness were a good fit for Smallville.
At the last Smallville Comic-Con panel, the cast confirmed who would be Clark's antagonist this year, what new DC characters would cameo, and whether Clark would finally fly up, up, and away. Afterward, we interviewed the show's actors and writers.