The spotlight in the DC Extended Universe is squarely on women right now. Wonder Woman is still tying moviegoers in knots; just one more good weekend will make it the second biggest DCEU movie in the U.S., and it could pass Batman v Superman for the top spot not long after. Princess Diana will get b…
The cliffhanger ending of Arrow Season 5 couldn’t help calling to mind last year’s Walking Dead shell game of a fall premiere. Now, Arrow bosses even invoke the AMC drama’s batty cliffhanger to caution against presuming Season 6 regulars are safe.
Even as this past fall’s four-way CW crossover took place on only three series, it’s hard to imagine how the combined likes of Supergirl, Flash, Legends of Tomorrow and Arrow top a worldwide alien “Invasion!“ Well, producers are working on just that, claiming this falll&#x…
Just as Arrow Season 5 began with a vision of Laurel Lance’s legacy, our first look at Season 6 is all about the Black Canary as well. See for yourself, as new production art from Season 6 teases a familiar costume, and glass to break in case of emergency.
Who watches the Watchmen? Everyone with an HBO account, if Damon Lindelof has his way. The former LOST and Leftovers boss is officially in talks to helm a new TV series version of the Alan Moore classic, and Zack Snyder is nowhere near it.
You will see Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman back onscreen in just a couple months, as one of the key members of Zack Snyder and Joss Whedon’s Justice League. But how long will we have to wait for a sequel? Obviously Wonder Woman 2 will happen. It’s just a matter of when.
The CW’s Black Lightning stands somewhat open-ended, with its own separate universe and likely 2018 premiere. Its first trailer likewise only hinted at a major villain, but new comments from producer Salim Akil suggest a familiar DC villain will provide blubbery menace for Season 1.
Supergirl certainly had adjustments to make in transition from CBS to The CW for Season 2, but further changes lie in store for Season 3. Now that production has moved firmly north, The CW confirms Season 3 will fall into new hands.
The Adam West tributes keep on rolling. Following a Bat-Signal over Los Angeles and word that the late Batman star will reprise his role in animation, DC has stepped up to release an un-aired episode of NBC’s Powerless featuring our beloved “Bright Knight.”