Superheroes

'Arrow' Season 3: First Photos of Laurel's New Black Canary Costume

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick November 12, 2014 12:37 PM
The CW
The CW's 'Arrow' will push Laurel (Katie Cassidy) further down the path of her Black Canary future with tonight's "Guilty," continuing her training under Ted "Wildcat" Grant, but the hit DC drama isn't wasting any for the character to assume the mantle. Check out Laurel's badass new black "Canary" costume from upcoming 'Arrow' episodes in the first photos!

'X-Men: Apocalypse' Being Crafted Around Magneto and Mystique, and Their Hot Mutant Love

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by Mike Sampson November 12, 2014 10:51 AM
20th Century Fox
While you'd think 'X-Men: Apocalypse' would focus the majority of its attention on its titular character, Fox and director have some different ideas. When you've got two of the hottest stars in Hollywood contractually obligated to star in your movie, you make them the center of the action. And, that's what is reportedly happening with the 'X-Men: Apocalypse' script, which is being developed around Michael Fassbender and Jennifer Lawrence and the burgeoning romance between Magneto and Mystique.

'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' Review: "The Writing On the Wall"

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick November 11, 2014 10:19 PM
Marvel / ABC
Marvel’s ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ assembles its seventh season 2 installment in "The Writing on the Wall,” as the team investigates a string of murder victims with the mysterious writing etched on their bodies, Coulson begins to lose his composure, and Ward carries out his own nefarious agenda on the run.

'The Flash' Review: "Plastique"

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by Ryan McGee November 11, 2014 09:04 PM
The CW
We’re in that phase of ‘The Flash’ in which what’s new has worn off and the season’s true narrative hasn’t yet arrived. As such, we’re in a holding pattern, in which the same basic moves are repeated until the audience learns what’s what in the world of Central City. As mentioned in the last recap, this is all perfectly fine, and even though "Plastique" was a step down from "Going Rogue," it still has some core things that suggest long-term health for the show.

'Wonder Woman' Movie Isn't a Job Director Lexi Alexander Wants

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by Britt Hayes November 11, 2014 05:41 PM
Warner Bros.
'Wonder Woman' will be the first solo female superhero film to grace the big screen since 2005's best-forgotten 'Elektra,' and with fans clamoring for a female superhero movie, it has the distinct pleasure of having a metric ton of expectations placed on its figurative shoulders. WB has made the right call in deciding to hire a female director, and one of the names that's been tossed round online is Lexi Alexander, who previously directed 'Punisher: War Zone' -- but you can go ahead and cross her name off the list because according to her, she's definitely not interested in the job.

An Aunt May Movie? New Rumors Have Sony Working On An Unusual 'Spider-Man' Prequel

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by Matt Singer November 11, 2014 08:56 AM
Sony is already working on a 'Sinister Six' movie that would put the Friendly Neighborhood Wall-Crawler's villains front and center in their own story; according to a new report, they're also considering a movie focused on Aunt May, Spider-Man's lovable caretaker, played in the current 'Amazing Spider-Man' franchise by the great Sally Field.

The Problem With Harley Quinn...

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by Chris Sims November 11, 2014 08:00 AM
That's the kind of aesthetic that produced Harley Quinn, and it's worth noting that she was created almost by accident. When she first appears in "Joker's Favor," it's as a one-note joke, a gag character designed to set up the twist of the episode, that the Joker hounds and stalks and threatens this poor nobody over the course of years so that he can open a door as part of a larger scheme. Keep that in mind, too, because the secret of that episode is that it's also Harley Quinn's entire story in miniature.

FOX's 'Gotham' Previews Harvey Dent in New Clip, Plus Flying Graysons on the Horizon?

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick November 11, 2014 12:57 AM
FOX
This past week's latest 'Gotham' installment slipped in some subtle Batman references to the Dark Knight's inevitable rogues gallery, but next week's "Harvey Dent" faces its DC future head-on. See 'Masters of Sex' star Nicholas D'Agosto debut as 'Gotham''s white knight Harvey Dent in a new clip, and learn what future Robins might have to offer in FOX's comic prequel!

New 'The Flash' Trailer Brings DC Villains, Flashy Superhero Names and More Time Travel

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick November 10, 2014 11:17 PM
The CW
'The Flash' took something of a breather this past week in order to prime for tonight's explosive "Plastique," but the newest trailer for the CW 'Arrow' spinoff picks up the pace double-time. Not only do we get new looks at the likes of DC's Girder, General Wade Eiling and a returning Clock King, but so too does an epic look at 'The Flash''s future tease a new name beyond the "Red Streak," and a deepening time travel mystery to the enigmatic Harrison Wells!

'Guardians of the Galaxy' Gets an Arcade Throwback in This Sneak Peek of the Blu-ray Special Features

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by Britt Hayes November 10, 2014 09:05 PM
Pretty soon you'll be able to take one of this year's most epic and exciting films home to revisit whenever you like, as 'Guardians of the Galaxy' is hitting Blu-ray and DVD on December 9. And today director James Gunn gave fans a special sneak peek of one of the bonus features from the Blu-ray edition, with an opening that features a vintage arcade-style throwback version of Star-Lord on a very special mission.