There’s a crazy rumor about who could play Catwoman in Gotham City Sirens. Laura Dern teases her mysterious Star Wars: The Last Jedi character, Admiral Holdo. Don’t expect Kevin Smith to direct Arrow any time soon. Plus, new clips from Star Wars Rebels and Karl Urban hopes for a Thor movie with a female lead. Spoiler…
The Flash has been an endless cycle of its lead character making mistakes, learning from them, and then promptly forgetting those lessons to make the same mistakes all over again. But last night’s episode might finally have been a new turning point for Barry that will change him for the better... if the show will let…
With an episode title like “The Flash Reborn,” there was a certain level expectation that Flash’s season 4 premiere would try to steady itself and right the wrongs of a very uneven third season. In someways, it succeeded—but it did so by returning to some of the indulgences that have helped Flash lose its way lately.
It’s been less than a year since DC’s Rebirth pulled Wally West—the first one, that is—out of the speedforce and back into the world of DC Comics, his memory of the old DC universe in tow. Now, he’s going to be thrust into a comics fan debate of old for a new storyline: Who’s the better speedster, Wally or Barry?
Peter Cullen, the voice of Optimus Prime, confirms his presence in the Bumblebee movie. Get a look at Tom Holland and Daisy Ridley in action together for the Chaos Walking movie. Plus, celebrate the return of the CW/DC shows with fast food ads, and what’s to come on Star Trek: Discovery. Spoilers now!
The last season of Arrow centered around the mysterious arrival of Prometheus, a masked bowman seeking vengeance against everything Oliver Queen has been working toward since becoming the Green Arrow. But even though he perished at the end of the season, Promethus will rise again in the CW/DC crossover event.
Domhnall Gleeson discusses the “very different” script of The Last Jedi. Go behind-the-scenes on Thor: Ragnarok in new footage. The creators behind Arrow are bringing Kung Fu back to TV. Plus, what’s to come in the CW/DC-verse and Dan Harmon talks plans to expand Rick & Morty’s next season. Spoilers now!
We now know the premise of this year’s gigantic, two-night CW crossover between The Flash, Arrow, Supergirl, and Legends of Tomorrow, and it’s a doozy—and a take on the classic comic book storyline of heroes fighting evil, alternate versions of themselves. But there’s a lot more to it than Evil Supergirl’s awesome…
Shazam audition tapes could tease the movie’s villain. Yet another member of the Marvel family has been confirmed for Infinity War and Avengers 4. The Joker origin movie is close to taking a big step forward. Plus, new looks at the returns of Gotham and The Walking Dead and new footage from Zoo’s season finale.…
Even after the whole will they/won’t they stuff, Barry and Iris have been through a lot in three seasons of The Flash, a lot of it contrived because, god, why let these characters be happy for more than 5 seconds. The rapidly approaching fourth season is going to do the same, but with jokes now.
Willem Dafoe compares his time on Aquaman to Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man movies. Patty Jenkins teases a “full-blown” Diana for Wonder Woman 2. Get a new look at Luke Skywalker in Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Plus, new footage from Mr. Robot’s next season, and teases for the returning DC/CW-verse shows. To me, my spoilers!
Flashpoint is one of the most important stories in DC Comics’ recent history. But bizarrely, it’s also become one most popular Flash stories to crop up in other media. There’s an animated film, it’s been part of the CW TV show, and now, it’s being set up as the story of the Flash movie. Here’s what you need to know.
It’s been a confusing few days for people trying to keep track of what’s going on in Warner Bros.’ movie universe, called the DC Extended Universe (DCEU). So we’ve compiled a list of all the movies currently planned and their statuses.
The Flash has added another big name to its supervillain roster in the form of Battlestar Galactica hero Katee Sackhoff—and not only that, she’s going to be part of the show’s latest “mini-crossover” with Arrow.
Captain Marvel gets a new script writer. Ben Affleck teases a more heroic Batman for Justice League. Arrow casts another new villain. Alex Kurtzman is already hinting at Star Trek: Discovery’s second season. Plus, a new look at Gotham’s latest love interest for Jim Gordon, and a tiny new Defenders clip. Behold,…
When Barry Allen traverses the time stream at high speeds in the upcoming Flash movie, Diana of Themyscira might be coming along for the ride.
He may have failed in his invasion of Central City, but Gorilla Grodd’s next plan of attack is going to be a lot more fun. Everyone’s favorite psychic simian has set his sights on Legends of Tomorrow, and we can’t wait.
Last year, the CW’s big Arrow/Flash/Supergirl/Legends of Tomorrow crossover took over the network for four straight nights—well, more like three and a little bit—of alien-punching glory. This year however, the network has compacted things up to deliver a duo of two-hour “movies” on two nights.
The Flash’s third season had a few problems—whether it was a way-too-slow-burn on revealing its big bad, or the eventual reveal that its big bad was actually basically the same big bad it had done for two seasons already. But one of its biggest problems was that its main character was kind of a terrible jerk... and…
It’s a plot line we’ve seen time and time again. The children of heroes we know today travel into the past from an apocalyptic future to inform their parents of the colossal mistakes they’re destined to make. In its upcoming (and questionably named) Legacy arc, DC’s getting into the parental drama again.