This past weekend, we were blindsided to learn that FOX's forthcoming Batman prequel TV series, 'Gotham,' cast 'Southland' and 'The O.C.' star Ben McKenzie in the central role of Detective Jim Gordon, but now the new DC drama unveiled an even plumper portion of casting. Meet your new Oswald "The Penguin" Cobblepot, as well as young Bruce Wayne's loyal Alfred, Captain Essen, and Gordon's fiancée Barbara!
Earlier today we caught a bit of what-if information on The CW's 'Flash,' TV pilot, gauging the fate of Grant Gustin's Barry Allen should the network not move forward with the 'Arrow' spinoff, but in the meantime, 'The Flash' keeps right on casting. 'Ed' star Tom Cavanagh is the latest to sign onto the cast, but does his role have any major DC ties?
The CW's proposed 'Arrow' spinoff 'The Flash' has certainly come a long way with its casting process, though we won't know just yet if the network decides to follow through on a series order, or stop the project in its tracks. For as strong a track record as the network has win spinoffs however, what would become of Grant Gustin's Barry Allen if 'The Flash' ended up dead on arrival?
‘Arrow’ season 2 lets loose its thirteenth episode of the year with “Heir to the Demon,” as Nyssa al Ghul ('Spartacus' star Katrina Law) arrives in Starling City to reclaim Sara by threatening her family, while Oliver learns yet another deadly secret about his mother's past.
Previous ‘Arrow’ installment “Tremors” saw Oliver's efforts to train the headstrong Roy interrupted by the reemergence of Bronze Tiger (Michael Jai White), while Laurel spiraled further out of control and Moira Queen found herself in a surprising position with Walter, so what does the thirteenth episode of ‘Arrow’ season 2 bring? Does Nyssa al Ghul's appearance promise the arrival of even bigger bads to come?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’ season 2′s latest installment “Heir to the Demon”!
The ever-ravenous success of comic-adapted series like 'The Walking Dead' and 'Arrow' predictably sent TV networks in a scramble to adapt the most popular original projects, but count us genuinely excited for this one. Syfy has partnered with DC Comics to bring us a TV adaptation of modern-day civil war comic 'DMZ,' with some major producing power attached!
We're still no closer to knowing if 'Arrow''s forthcoming spinoff pilot for 'The Flash' will land its own CW series this fall, though its cast at least continues to fill out nicely. Up next for the DC drama is Candice Batton as the Flash's comic love interest, Iris West, along with Broadway star Carlos Valdes ('Once') as Cisco Ramon, otherwise known as "Vibe"!
Earlier this week the CW's 'Arrow' afforded us a first look at the arrival of DC villainess Nyssa al Ghul ('Spartacus' star Katrina Law), daughter to Batman villain Ra's, though that was only a portion of the DC comic-fest of 'Arrow's next installment "Heir to the Demon." Check out the full set of photos from the episode to see Oliver Queen and the Canary take on the League of Assassins once again!
‘Arrow’ season 2 lets loose its twelfth episode of the year with “Tremors,” as Oliver's efforts to train the headstrong Roy are interrupted by the reemergence of Bronze Tiger (Michael Jai White), while Laurel spirals further out of control and Moira Queen finds herself in a surprising position with Walter.
Previous ‘Arrow’ episode “Blind Spot” saw Laurel tasking Oliver's alter-ego with looking into Sebastian Blood for her, while Roy used his super-strength to fight crime on his own, with disastrous results, so what does the twelfth episode of ‘Arrow’ season 2 bring? Will Oliver stick with his newfound partner?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’ season 2′s latest installment “Tremors”!
Tonight's all-new 'Arrow' installment "Tremors" will pay tribute to comic history, as Oliver Queen takes to training Roy Harper (Colton Haynes) as a possible partner, but some of the biggest comic nods from the CW drama have yet to arrive. Before we feel the "Tremors," check out a first look at 'Spartacus' star Katrina Law as DC villainess Nyssa al Ghul, along with a closer look at Slade Wilson's badass new costume!
ScreenCrush’s Comic Strip is a weekly roundup of the hottest superhero movie news items. From Marvel to DC and points in between, if it pertains to costumed comic book heroes, we’re covering it here, bringing you our expert analysis. Today, 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' teamed up with Empire magazine to bring bloggers the most annoying reveal of all time (plus a Burger King Kids Club-looking Quicksilver), both Marvel and DC beef up their TV spheres, and more!