FOX's forthcoming Batman prequel series 'Gotham' has felt a bit frontloaded with villains by its very pilot, something showrunners assured at the TCA press tour wouldn't necessarily be the case going forward. Still, despite the presence of the Penguin, Catwoman, Riddler, Poison Ivy and perhaps even Joker and Mr. Freeze, FOX's 'Gotham' already has designs on introducing Batman villain Hugo Strange in season 1, with a plan in mind for Harvey "Two-Face" Dent as well.
The 'Planet Hulk' movie rumors have been going strong since over a year ago, despite almost everyone involved in the Marvel universe - from Joss Whedon to Kevin Feige - categorically denying the existence of such a movie. Well, you can add another denial on the 'Planet Hulk' pile.
Marvel is big on planning ahead, so their latest news is no surprise. The studio has planted their flag on five release dates for films that haven't yet been announced, but with Comic-Con 2014 coming up next week, we suspect we'll be hearing more about these mysterious new dates.
The CW's 'Arrow' wasn't on hand at the TCA panel to promote season 3 like 'The Flash' was, but that hasn't stopped the emerald archer from delivering some season 3 goodies in advance of the big Comic-Con 2014 panel. Find out yet another major character that will make a shocking return in season 3, as well as how long we'll have Sara for, and when to expect a major 'Flash' crossover event!
One year ago, 'Arrow' producers shocked us with news that 'The Flash' would emerge with his own CW series, bring all kinds of superhuman possibilities to the DC TV universe. Now, as 'The Flash' gears up for a Comic-Con 2014 showing and its fall premiere, the metahumans are coming out of the woodwork, first among them 'Prison Break' alum Wentworth Miller portraying DC's Leonard Snart, better known as the villainous Captain Cold!
It turns out that the character of Namor is so wrapped up in red tape that it's impossible to see when or if he could make it to he big screen from anyone.
Up until this point, we haven't heard any real explanation from Marvel or Edgar Wright on why the two sides parted ways on the 'Ant-Man' movie. Besides a few tweets, Wright has stayed mum on specifics, but now Marvel president Kevin Feige opened up about the departure.
'Guardians of the Galaxy' hasn't even hit theaters yet, but we know it's got at least one major connection to 'The Avengers.' Aside from existing in the same cinematic playground, the intergalactic "Mad Titan" known as Thanos will be the future nemesis of The Avengers, in addition to being the evil puppet master of the villains in 'Guardians.' Does this mean Marvel will have both teams of superheroes crossover for one big team-up in a future movie?