It’s only been a few weeks since the most recent trailer for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows, the sequel to the Michael Bay-produced TMNT picture of 2014, and though it also nicks the Beastie Boys’ “No Sleep Til Brooklyn” for the soundtrack, there are a handful of key differences that distinguish one from the other. Specifically, that this latest spot is chockablock with soundbites that, when taken out of context, could be used by audio editors to form scathing critiques of this film. As the trailer timecounter ticks on, the negative review puns basically write themselves: “We‘re turtles, whether you like it or not.” “This isn’t working!” “We keep failing.” It’s almost like they’re challenging their harshest critics to do their worst.
‘Legends of Tomorrow’ visited the flaming, barren wasteland of ‘Star City 2046,’ but did the arrival of a future Oliver Queen save the day? What love triangle felt horribly out of place? Find out in our full review!
Stephen Lang has already begun his campaign for the role of Deadpool 2’s Cable, but the Avatar alum very nearly came to play another one-armed future hero. Ahead of tonight’s Legends of Tomorrow trip to “Star City 2046,” the showrunner reveals that they considered older actors, Lang among them, for the role of an older Oliver Queen.
Some heroes may choose to team up in the light, but there’s nothing wrong with a bit of darkness now and again. The Legends of Tomorrow will learn that the hard way, teaming up with not one, but two future Arrow archers for “Star City 2046,” the full photo set of which also reveal the man under the mask of our new Deathstroke.
After hopping around the past a bit, last night saw the Legends of Tomorrow finally hitting the future, albeit a burnt-out version of Sara’s home, “Star City 2046.” The nightmare of future past even had its own Green Arrow, though Oliver Queen was not the one under the hood. Find out who’s playing DC’s Connor Hawke, and watch the character’s debut from last night’s “Fail-Safe”!
We’ve known for some time Legends of Tomorrow would travel to “Star City 2046” to meet a future iteration of Arrow’s Oliver Queen, as well as Connor Hawke, both of which made their photo debut earlier today. Now that the first trailer has arrived however, it seems Deathstroke has been confirmed for a return after all - with a twist.
The triumvirate of Arrow, Flash and Legends of Tomorrow will have its most comic run yet next week, not least of which will see Stephen Amell joining the Legends as an elder, goateed and one-armed Oliver Queen of “Star City 2046.” See the burnt-out future for yourself in the first photos, along with a new mystery man!
The CW’s Legends of Tomorrow has had a rough go of living up to its potential thus far, but all eyes will turn to “Star City 2046” at the end of the month, introducing both a future Oliver Queen and DC’s Connor Hawke. Now, Smoak rises in a new photo from producer Marc Guggenheim, in what might be our first look at the burnt-out Arrow-verse’s future.
The CW knew what it was doing, to schedule three DC dramas in one week between The Flash, Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow, and February 23 will kick off the most comic-bonkers run yet. Check out new synopses for King Shark’s Flash return, Vixen’s live-action Arrow debut, and a future Oliver’s arrival on Legends of Tomorrow!
Legends of Tomorrow has already confirmed we’d visit a future Star City with Green Arrow successor Connor Hawke, as well that a unique version of Stephen Amell’s Oliver Queen would show up, and the combined truth will delight fans. Not only will a future Oliver appear in Legends’ sixth episode, but Amell will sport both the famous comic goatee, and a major nod to Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns.