Barry and Cisco have finally traveled to Earth 2 with Wells. And, we were treated to another cool doppelgänger bad guy who has some awesome powers that we never thought we'd see from a certain character.
Out of all of the movie ads to run during Super Bowl 50, these five films were the most talked about throughout all of social media. Read on to meet your conquering heroes.
Fans of The Flash knew that some big things were going to happen when Barry, Cisco and Wells took a trip to Earth 2, and tonight’s episode definitely delivered some interesting visuals. But while some of them were expected, there was one that came completely as a surprise.
In case you hadn't noticed, Deadpool is getting quite a bit of buzz. Critics have been giving it positive reviews the last few days, raising its profile, and right now it looks like the comic book movie could make as much as $70 million in its first weekend. So you know what that means... it's sequel time!
The Flash has amassed an impressive gallery of rogues over the season and a half that has aired so far, ranging from metahumans with unbelievable powers to ordinary humans with extraordinary equipment. Season 2 will be bringing back one of the best rogues in an unexpected way.
Tim Miller’s Deadpool is definitely set within the universe created by the larger X-Men franchise, but it doesn’t exactly pay a ton of attention to continuity.
When Supergirl premiered this fall, there was a lot of hype surrounding the CBS drama. Not only was it a bigger budget TV project than we’d seen over at the CW, but it also had a female superheroine anchoring the show.
With two Captain America: Civil War previews now available, one fan has decided to edit them together so that we can see how the May blockbuster unfolds chronologically. Take a look!
Ryan Reynolds has admitted that he got overly-familiar with Ed Skrein while filming Deadpool's nude fight sequence.
Beyond more Deadpool adventures, there’s another faction of the X-Men universe that Ryan Reynolds would also like to finally see on the big screen.
Many fans have clamored for Deathstroke to return to Arrow, but it looks like DC has bigger and better plans for the iconic character.
We knew that the Black Panther, one of the newest members of the Marvel Cinematic Universe was going to be a problem for Captain America and Bucky in this summer’s Captain America: Civil War. What we couldn’t guess was how dangerous a threat he actually would be.
It was an episode that featured the first major appearance of Kal-El (as a pre-Superman) on Supergirl, but “For the Girl Who Has Everything” was far more important for showcasing what could be the last appearance of another character. Spoilers await you.
Unlike some other comic book movies, Tim Miller’s Deadpool is a film that stays very close to the tone and look of its source material, and includes many of the great supporting characters that circulate in and out of the Merc With The Mouth’s life.
Getting a tattoo from Margot Robbie is a once in a lifetime opportunity. But it would probably have been better for one of her victims if she'd actually spelled the Suicide Squad tattoo correctly.
With only a few months left before the film hits theaters, director Bryan Singer has revealed the scene in X-Men: Apocalypse that took the longest to film.
There have been a few characters offered as possible casualties in Captain America: Civil War, but a new report details exactly how one of the lead characters might meet their demise.
Due to unfortunate circumstances, George Miller's Justice League: Mortal never saw the light of day, and now the director has provided a few more details about what led to its demise.
As the longest-running comic series currently airing on primetime television, The CW’s Arrow has accumulated quite a cache of side characters that can be brought back at any time. There's one in particular that executive Marc Guggenheim would like to have back on the show.
The latter half of Gotham Season 2, subtitled titled “Wrath of the Villains,” will see Dr. Hugo Strange taking over as the show’s sinister mastermind. Now we have our first look at what actor B.D. Wong will look like as the demented psychiatrist.
Before we move away from the marketing blitz surrounding the big game, these are the moments that made up put down our drinks, pause from the chips and dip, and stare at the screen with out mouths hanging open. They are the most badass images from the Super Bowl Movie Trailers, with an explanation why they caught our collective eye.
Are you trying to come up with Hollywood’s next great movie franchise? The movie business is more franchise focused than ever before and studios are always looking for the next big idea. Now, it looks like at least one key ingredient to the magic formula of box office success has been discovered.
Thanks to Marvel’s latest social media plug for Captain America: Civil War, fans now have a chance to appear in Avengers: Infinity War.
The potential for Batman V Superman’s opening weekend to kick off in grand fashion seems even more probable than previously thought, and it's all due to the film's release date.
While many of this year’s biggest films used the prime real estate of the Super Bowl commercial time to put together flashy new trailers, one movie decided to take a slightly different approach to build the hype.
Later this week will see the release of Deadpool, but that’s just one of comic book movies that 20th Century Fox will be unleashing in 2016. Later this summer will arrive Bryan Singer’s highly-anticipated follow-up to X-Men: Days of Future Past, and from the look of the new Super Bowl spot, it looks like things are going to get biblical.
Given that Mark Ruffalo’s Hulk won’t be appearing in Joe and Anthony Russo’s Captain America: Civil War it may be a while before we get to see him interact with Paul Rudd’s Ant-Man on the big screen. That being said, if you’re curious what that relationship would look like, you just need to watch this Coke commercial.
Hello, Super Bowl Audience. Meet Deadpool. There's only a few more days until Marvel Comics' Merc With A Mouth arrives in theaters, but now he's come around for a new TV spot - this time taking aim at some of the more irresponsible members of the professional athlete community.
The next chapter of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is getting closer and the tension is getting so thick you can cut it with a knife. After so many films where we’ve had a chance to know and love each of these characters, they now find themselves on opposite sides.
When it comes to modern comic book movies, it has become standard to include post-credits scenes that tease big events to come in the future of the franchise. Marvel Studios has clearly been big on it, and 20th Century Fox has gotten in on the fun as well – attaching special scenes to The Wolverine and X-Men: Days of Future Past.
Black Panther – still has a way to go before his first solo movie hits theaters in 2018. With such a historic event looming, those associated with Black Panther seem to have an acute understand of the film's importance
Reviews have been pouring in for the R-rated comic book romp and critics are really applauding the effort that Marvel and Fox put into the comic book adaptation.
A new trailer for Daredevil Season 2 has just hit the web and teases the arrival of the violent vigilante known as The Punisher. Check it out.
A few weeks ago, we reported that scientists from Cambridge University stated that it would be physically impossible for a human to crawl walls. Well, it turns out those smartypants over at Cambridge aren’t as sharp as they think they are.
After a string of teasers, trailers, and promotional specials, we all thought we had seen the last of the Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice; we were wrong.
X-Men: Apocalypse is one of the most highly anticipated movies of the new year, but there is one character has been decidedly absent in all of the trailers thus far: Psylocke. Olivia Munn, apparently heard our dismay and took to twitter to share this new epic image of her character in the film.
The current revival era is giving TV audiences a chance to reconnect with some of their favorite characters of past years, but what about characters that have been missing from shows that are still on the air? Here are 9 characters that we want to see returning to the shows that made them popular.
With Valentine's Day fast approaching, we just got a bit of helpful romantic advice from perhaps the last person you'd expect: Deadpool. And only part of it is to buy tickets to his movie.
T.J. Miller plays Weasel, Wade Wilson’s best friend, in Deadpool. It remains to be seen how specifically he’ll help out his mercenary buddy, but should Deadpool 2 happen, Miller has a request for his character.
These are lines that can only be uttered by particular characters, but then there are other lines – lines that just ooze badass, but anybody can say them. One of those lines is, “I should have killed you when I had the chance.”
In response to these complaints about Superman’s characterization in Man of Steel, director recently said he doesn’t think that his version of the Kryptonian hero isn’t the “wrong” version.
Once upon a time on Arrow, there was one hero in one leather suit, as archer extraordinaire Oliver Queen returned to Starling City to clean up the streets. In the years since, Arrow has accumulated more and more characters with masks and suits. Now, one more performer is looking for a suit of their own.
What’s been plainly obvious from the hoard of Deadpool clips that have been released over the last few months is just how much fun Ryan Reynolds has playing the character.
We were already aware that Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice would put the eponymous heroes and Wonder Woman in the spotlight, but how much will we see the other appearing Justice Leaguers? Read on to find out.
If you spent any time on Facebook yesterday, and statistics say that you did, you know that yesterday was Friend’s Day. Everybody got a cool little video about, including your favorite red, white, and blue superhero.
When we last left Gotham for its midseason finale, we got our first brief look at iconic Batman rogue Mr. Freeze. And now we finally have our first look at him doing what his name implies. Check it out!
2015’s Fantastic Four reboot was a critical and commercial flop in theaters, which makes it especially good fodder for an “Everything Wrong With…” video.
We're only a week away, but if you're not already excited for Deadpool, the Merc with the Mouth's big screen adventure just dropped an action packed new trailer.
Mashups on the internet are a dime a dozen, but this one may break your brain. If you've ever thought Batman v Superman would be awesome starring professional wrestlers and Shia Lebeouf, today is your lucky day.
Arrow has had its fair share of mysteries over the years, and one of the biggest has been of Felicity Smoak's father. The most recent episode finally revealed his identity, but executive producer Wendy Mericle had admitted who he actually almost was.
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