DC’s Legends of Tomorrow have officially taken flight after tonight’s premiere, but what didn’t make the final cut? We spoke to Brandon Routh himself for some Atom-ic scoop on a missing Felicity reference, Ray’s obsession with legacy, and which fellow Legend makes for Ray’s most heated pairing!
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Late last night saw Arrow head Stephen Amell teasing a first look at Megalyn Echikunwoke (or E.K.) reprising her animated Vixen role for an upcoming episode, but the full reveal is pure magic. See Mari McCabe suited up and wolfing out in our first official photo tease of Vixen’s upcoming debut, “Taken”!
The CW’s Legends of Tomorrow will take their first official flight with tonight’s premiere, just a scant trip or two to 1975, but the DC drama will get much weirder with its comic canon in upcoming episodes. To wit, we now know for sure an upcoming will introduce Green Arrow legacy character Connor Hawke, and very likely the episode to do it.
Now that Arrow settled its “Blood Debts” by the 2016 premiere, the DC drama has plenty more stops in the battle against Damien Darhk. Soon enough, Megalyn Echikunwoke will bring her animated Vixen to live-action as well, and Stephen Amell has our first look at the transition.
‘Arrow’ starts 2016 seeking “Blood Debts” against Damien Darhk with a major post-’Legends’ return to form, but are we any closer to the that grave twist? And what do those bullets mean for poor Felicity? Find out in our full review!
It took a village to raise Legends of Tomorrow out of Arrow and The Flash, but after taking off in its January 21 premiere, don’t expect our DC Guardians to return anytime soon. Producers confirm that neither Arrow nor Flash will crossover with the Legends again this season, as well the likelihood of an expanded second season.
We’ve only a day to wait before Arrow resumes its fourth season unburdened by the Legends of Tomorrow, and if the new trailer is any indication, the DC drama is back on track. Check out all manner of exciting returns from Stephen Amell’s new sneak peek, including Roy Harper, Katana, Nyssa al Ghul, goth Felicity, Anarky and more!
DC’s ‘Legends of Tomorrow’ is the best, most infuriatingly terrible, fun show you’ll ever hate-love. Our early review, before its ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ meets ‘Doctor Who’ premiere takes off on January 21!
DC bases are pretty well covered between Gotham, Supergirl, Arrow, Flash and soon-to-be time-hopping Legends of Tomorrow, that even the most outlandish of characters can seemingly find their way to live action. Case in point, a new mystery as DC bigwig Geoff Johns says at least one of the above series may feature the future-flung Legion of Super-Heroes in an upcoming episode.
There’s no denying the surge in CW popularity over the last few years, with superhero series like Arrow, Flash and Legends of Tomorrow dominating weekdays, while Jane the Virgin and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend bring home Golden Globes. Still, the network remains relatively small against the big four, so might CW owners look toward yet another cord-cutter streaming service?