Regardless what you feel about 'Arrow' breaking its "no powers" rule to incorporate the Flash into season 2 for a potential spinoff series down the line, casting announcements for the iconic DC speedster will arrive any day before filming gets underway on September 30. While we wait for the news, at least two names have emerged to potentially fill the Flash's yellow boots as Dr. Barry Allen, but from where might we know them?
Crixus and Naevia live! Earlier we'd heard that 'Arrow' season 2 would continue to expand its DC universe with the addition of famed character Amanda Waller, and it seems The CW's casting choice has already been intimately familiar with one of the regulars. 'Spartacus' star Cynthia Addai-Robinson will take the role, but what will Robinson's Amanda Waller mean for the 'Arrow' universe at large?
Summer may be gone, but who cares? It’s TV time! Fall TV 2013 will prove among the more exciting seasons in recent years, including everything from Marvel’s ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ premiere to the return of our beloved ‘Walking Dead’ for season 4, but with so many options to choose from, which TV is really must-see?
We break down the 20 can’t-miss premieres from the ABC to the NBC to the BBC, including those that will have us talking for months on end, and a score of saucy secrets from each of Fall TV’s best!
We're still not certain exactly how 'Arrow' season 2 will adapt famous DC 'Justice League'-r The Flash into its more grounded, realistic take on superheroics, but it seems a name to fill the iconic red costume will soon be upon us. New reports suggest that Dr. Barry Allen will begin filming before the end of the month, meaning our Flash will soon reveal himself!
Hello post-Labor Day rush! 'Arrow' season 2 won't let loose its fall premiere "City of Heroes" until October 9, but that hasn't stopped The CW from taking aim with a brand new trailer for the DC hero's second season! We've got Hood copycats, Bronze Tiger, Black Canary and more in a fresh new sizzle reel for the Starling City vigilante's second shot!
Now that 'Arrow' season 2 has been confirmed to introduce superpowers in the form of a potential 'Flash' spinoff, the DC live-action universe will have a number of questions to answer in the coming years if at all 'Arrow' is to tie into its cinematic relatives. That question grows even more complicated today, as the CW superhero series may soon introduce DC's own Nick Fury of sorts, Amanda Waller!
'Arrow' season 2 won't debut on The CW until October 9, nearly a month behind the other network premieres, though in the meantime we've kept up with the superhero drama's latest DC castings. Now, media from 'Arrow' season 2 has finally begun to leak out after Comic-Con 2013, highlighting the cast in an all new poster that doesn't shamelessly flaunt its abs!
Earlier in the week we cleared up a bit of 'Arrow' season 2 news that suggested an upcoming episode title would pay homage to Batman villain Ra's Al Ghul, instead referencing a more general take on DC comic group the "League of Assassins." Now, their leader has a familiar face, as 'Homeland' big bad Navid Negahban has joined the cast in another villainous role.
Earlier this week we caught wind of a rumor floating around that 'Arrow' could potentially introduce iconic Batman villain "Ra's Al Ghul," teasing the character's appearance with upcoming episode title "The Demon's Head." Apart from a few initial confirmations, the Ra's Al Ghul rumor has since been debunked, with one official caveat: Enter the "League of Assassins!"
We'd already known that The CW's 'Arrow' would dip heavily into the DC reserves for its upcoming second season, even integrating a major 'Justice League' character, but has one of Batman's greatest enemies just booked a stay in Starling City? Potential spoilers of an upcoming episode title make an unmistakable reference to a famous 'Dark Knight' character brought to life in the Christopher Nolan film series, but which one?