With the arrival of 'Man of Steel' in theaters this weekend comes the next major superhero franchise, as well as the first legitimate step toward an eventual 'Justice League' movie. So are we soon going to see different DC Comics characters make their way to the big screen? Indications are yes, but how soon?
For eagle-eyed fans, 'Man of Steel' is filled with all kinds of tiny easter eggs that suggest a larger universe. For starters, the Wayne Enterprises logo appears on a satellite, while the LexCorp logo can be spotted on a building and a few tanker trucks. In other words, should the opportunity arise, the new Superman movie is quietly laying the groundworks for a larger DC cinematic universe ... a universe that may include the superhero Cyborg, if we can believe everything screenwriter David S. Goyer says.
For its many highs and occasional lows, The CW's 'Arrow' delivered an engaging and well-plotted season, so we're eager to see more of it this fall. Details are light on what new challenges Oliver Queen will face in year two, but did you know a major scene was cut from season 1 finale "Sacrifice" that set up two characters' paths in season 2? Find out what we missed from 'Arrow's first season finale inside!
Less than a week has gone by since 'Arrow's' first season finale "Sacrifice," and already fans of the CW superhero drama are eager for a taste of Oliver Queen's next adventures. The finale had only so much time to set up plot points for a second season, so what new villains and DC characters can comic book fans expect to see brought to life for 'Arrow' season 2? Get the inside scoop on next year's big bads inside!
The CW's 'Arrow' closed its first season on a high note with last night's "Sacrifice," though the episode was not without great personal cost to the series, and Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) himself. The series has been set to return for a second season next fall, so what does executive producer Marc Guggenheim have to say about Oliver's season 2 trials? And might there be a chance of survival for any of the finale's heartbreaking deaths?
While The CW has begun setting its fall schedule and issuing trailers for its 2013-14 offerings, many were left wondering whatever became of the network's Wonder Woman reboot pilot 'Amazon,' which last we heard had begun casting and working on the script. CW executives assure that the pilot remains in development for a future season, but could prove one of the "trickiest" properties they've had to work with. Find out about Wonder Woman's TV future inside!
‘Arrow’ lets loose its last episode with its twenty-third and final outing of the season “Sacrifice,” as Oliver desperately tries to thwart Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman)'s plans to destroy the Glades, while Tommy decides between his friend and his father amid Tommy's memories of fighting Edward Fyers.
Previous ‘Arrow’ episode “Darkness on the Edge of Town” saw Oliver investigating both Malcolm Merlyn and his mother’s involvement in the Undertaking, while Thea and Roy (Colton Haynes) attempted to get close to the vigilante, and Edward Fyers revealed his past island plans. So, what does the twenty-third episode of ‘Arrow’ bring? Does the finale hit the same bulls-eye as the first 22 installments?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’s first season finale, “Sacrifice!”
The network pickups of the last few days might have dominated the news, but that hasn't made us any less excited for Adult Swim's new offerings in the coming year. In addition to a pickup for 'Community' creator Dan Harmon's new series 'Rick and Morty,' Adult Swim has announced a new 'Robot Chicken' DC Comics special sequel, and an hour-long 'Metalocalypse' special amid their new offerings. Get the full list of Adult Swim arrivals inside!
While The CW busies itself with other announcements, we're less than a week away from 'Arrow's' first season finale "Sacrifice," culminating the season-long Undertaking arc and finally pitting Oliver Queen against Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman), but how much epic action can we expect? Check out 'Arrow's' full-length season finale trailer to find out inside!