DC's live-action properties have long been faced with far fewer continuity ties than Marvel's cinematic universe, but 'Arrow' fans have remained optimistic that the CW-DC drama could in fact hold a place within the world of 'Man of Steel,' and 'Batman vs. Superman.' Muddy though things have been, producers finally have an answer about the CW's Green Arrow prospects on the big screen.
Marvel's 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' gave us a moderate 'Thor' tie in this past week, and will take us back to the beginning with J. August Richards for two-part midseason finale "The Bridge," but will next Tuesday's "Repairs" have the same level of excitement, with a look at May's past, and a few new fires to put out? Take a look at the first clip to find out!
When word arrived that director James Mangold and star Hugh Jackman were in talks to return for a 'Wolverine 3' (we'll call it that for the time being, even though we hate that it reminds us of the existence of 'X-Men Origins: Wolverine'), we openly wondered what existing storyline they would use for the film, or if they would tell a completely original tale. Mangold himself put to rest the notions that they would create their own 'Wolverine' story saying they "absolutely" will be adapting a popular comic storyline.
The pilot episode of Marvel's 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' remains the most universally well-received of its eight episodes to date, thought it seems we needn't wait long for one of its charms to return. 'Angel' alum J. August Richards will make his first appearance as the super-strong Mike Peterson since the pilot, as revealed in upcoming two-parter, "The Bridge!"
'Arrow' fans well know that the second season has begun dabbling in more super-powered DC lore, introducing Grant Gustin's Barry Allen on December 4, as well as multiple interweaving plots teasing the emergence of super-strength, and the supernatural altogether. With that in mind, has the latest press release confirmed the appearance of undead DC-heavy Solomon Grundy?
Let's see if this news gets your Spidey-sense tingling.
With the Marvel Cinematic Universe moving ahead full bore and Warner Bros. actively developing the expansion of the DC universe, Sony Pictures is looking to create their own mini-universe centered around Spider-Man. Sony Pictures Entertainment Co-Chairman Amy Pascal spoke today and revealed they have plans to create a number of new films based on "new heroes and villains" from the Spider-Man universe.
Last night's all-new 'Arrow' installment, "State V. Queen," introduced some shocking twists and returned a few familiar faces along the way, but will the CW-DC drama keep the same momentum on December 4 when Grant Gustin's Barry Allen flashes into town? See the future scarlet speedster in the first trailer for 'Flash' spinoff setup "The Scientist" right now!
While Warner Bros. never confirmed it, most everyone has assumed the upcoming Batman vs. Superman movie will be called 'Batman vs. Superman' because, well, duh. But, now comes a report that Warner Bros. has purchased a few related domain names, which indicates the studio is ditching the 'Batman vs. Superman' title for something more 'Man of Steel' friendly.
‘Arrow’ season 2 lets loose its seventh episode of the year with “State V. Queen,” as Count Vertigo ('Fringe''s Seth Gabel) complicates Oliver's attendance at his mother's trial, while Moira struggles to keep a dark secret from emerging.
Last week’s ‘Arrow’ episode “Keep Your Enemies Closer” saw Oliver joining Diggle on a mission to Russia to recover his ex-wife from captivity, while Isabel Rochev (Summer Glau) insisted on tagging along, and Thea faced a difficult choice with Roy, so what does the seventh episode of ‘Arrow’ season 2 bring? Will Oliver finally become the hooded hero we know from DC comics?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’ season 2′s twisty-turny episode 7, “State V. Queen!”
'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' may not have brought the thunder with its 'Thor: The Dark World' tie-in episode "The Well," but could a few "Repairs" get the show back on track? Ming-Na's stoic Melinda May will take center stage in next week's all-new 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' installment, and we've got the ass-kicking photos to prove it.