How could Arrow possible follow last week's epic crossover event? Well, bringing in one of Batman's biggest-bads doesn't hurt, especially since the superhero series has been teasing the villain for over a season. And Ra's al Ghul finally showed more than just his face for "The Climb," a family-oriented midseason finale fans won't soon forget. Happy Holidays!
A lot of familiar faces are returning for Arrow Season 3, and now it’s been announced that the first villain to fight Oliver this season will be returning to go another round with the Starling City archer.
ABC and Marvel have given us an early Christmas present by releasing a new poster for the January limited series Agent Carter that has an amazing retro vibe to it.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe grew a little bigger this month. After months of speculation, it was finally confirmed that Benedict Cumberbatch has signed a deal that will see him play Doctor Strange in the comic book movie world. This news, however, came at a very interesting time.
This weekend, the official Arrow Twitter page posted a video of Felicity Smoak actress Emily Bett Rickards answering fan questions from a bathtub. It may sound weird, but this is definitely worth every Arrow fan’s time.
Not only did last night’s episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. have enormous ramifications on the series itself, but it finally set up a group of individuals that are going to play an important part in the Marvel Cinematic Universe soon.
Tonight is the midseason finale of Arrow, meaning we won't be getting any new episodes until next month, but fear not! There are plenty of great comic stories to read out if you're a fan of Starling City's archer. Here are the stories you should check out now.
With X-Men: Apocalypse being set in the 1980's, there has been a lot of word going around about potential casting shakeups involving the original mutants we all know and love from the original X-Men trilogy.
Oliver Queen has heard of the legend and faced his League of Assassins, and tonight he finally comes face-to-face Arrow’s main antagonist this season: Ra’s al Ghul. Check out the preview for tonight’s epic showdown.
There were a lot of exciting events that happened in The Flash’s midseason finale, but as usual with these episodes, the final two minutes delivered a stunning revelation. Here’s what that shocking conclusion might mean for the rest of the season.
It’s a big week for Marvel fans, as the company has released Guardians of the Galaxy just in time for the holidays. The Blu-ray and DVD release comes jam-packed with extras, but it’s not the only set you can nab as a stocking stuffer.
Season 3’s highly anticipated reveal of iconic DC villain Ra’s al Ghul, which will happen this week, is going to be a somewhat different affair for Arrow, in that he isn’t a guy whose only focus is playing against the rules.
Filmmakers Phil Lord and Chris Miller have created a very solid working relationship with the folks over at Sony. Everything has worked out pretty great when the two sides have worked together in the past, so it makes a degree of sense that the company might be willing to trust the duo with piece of its biggest superhero property.
In the months since the underwhelming performance of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 at the box office this past summer, we have seen an increase in the number of \internet rumors suggesting that a possible deal could be worked out between Sony and Marvel Studios that would see the web-slinger be introduced into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It now has been confirmed that those inter-studio conversations are very real.
When Screen Junkies’ Honest Trailers web-series was asked by fans to find fault with Guardians of the Galaxy, one imagines it was considered a serious challenge. After all, the Marvel film is one of the best reviewed films of the year and the biggest domestic hit.
Marvel has a diverse selection of films down the line for Phase Three, and while Al Pacino may be too old to play an ass-kicking superhero, there are still plenty of characters to be introduced that the studio for which they can cast the Godfather star. Here are our top picks for who he should play in the coming years, from dangerous foes to helpful allies. Marvel, take notes!
These days it seems as though the world of DC Comics on television is getting exponentially larger every single day. It's apparently not enough that we already have Arrow, Flash, Gotham and Constantine, because we're hearing regular updates about prospective shows like Supergirl and the just-announced Krypton.
The folks over at the Walt Disney Company know how to produce film merchandise on the level of no other studio, and as a result these days you can see Guardians of the Galaxy gear just about everywhere you turn. Unfortunately, what might be the coolest toy ever based on the Marvel Studios film isn't actually available to mass audiences.
Poor Bale. Christopher Nolan wrapped his Batman trilogy up in a tidy bow. Probably TOO tidy, giving everyone a happy ending whether they earned it or not. And yet, the actor (and likely the director) will always have to answer to fan theories and speculation
If you’ve been keeping tabs on The Flash recently, you may already know that tonight’s midseason finale will be extra special. The CW agreed to allow the episode to run for two minutes extra in order to help The Flash achieve the exact vision the show wanted for the winter finale.
Divergent actress Shailene Woodley recently expressed interest in joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and as luck would have it, Marvel is looking at actresses to play Captain Marvel in 2018. The question is if Woodley is right for the part. Here’s our take.
ABC’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has been remarkably effective at tying Marvel’s movie franchises in with the TV series. Keeping that in mind, it’s not a great shock to learn that the ABC drama will tie in with the upcoming Avengers: Age of Ultron, but quite frankly, we’re pleased to hear it anyway.
Tis the season to be Marvel, fa-la-la-la-la and a ho-ho-Hulk to one and all. Have a mighty Marvel maniac on your Christmas-card list? Send them this clever video instead of a fruitcake this year.
If you're a big Batman fan, or even a novice reader of the Caped Crusader's comics, you know there's a list of characters that are almost always safe. One such character is in Zack Snyder's BvS cross-hairs, and they might not make it out.
Batman isn’t the only DC superhero getting a prequel TV series. It’s been announced that the Syfy network is putting a series into development revolving around this aspect of Superman mythology. Find out more about the potential drama after the jump.
Marvel Studios has shocked the world with the effectiveness of their "shared universe" franchise planning. With each new story produced it feels like they are not only adding to a bigger whole, but also making steps towards a predetermined future. In order to get this done, one would think that there's a certain rigidity to the creative process, but the truth is that's not necessarily the case.
Ant-Man has dealt with several setbacks this past year, but in the end, everything seems to have worked out. After nearly four months of filming in locations like San Francisco and Atlanta, principal photography has wrapped on the movie.
In case you couldn't already tell, Thanos is kind of a big deal in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Not only is he an incredibly powerful intergalactic warlord, but he has already orchestrated some major events and has demonstrated huge plans for the future.
This past September legendary actor Al Pacino made headlines when he heaped praise on to the James Gunn film Guardians of the Galaxy. Making note of everything from the 1970s-infused soundtrack to Shakespearean elements in the drama, the Godfather star revealed himself as a big fan of what's going on at Marvel, and even hinted that he would be very interested in working with them.
It’s slowly becoming clear that Aquaman is being set up as a big player in the DCCU, possibly on the same level as Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman, a.k.a. the DC Trinity. This weekend further proved that, as Momoa has revealed the length of his contract over at Warner Bros.
Benedict Cumberbatch has been talking about his titular role in Doctor Strange for the first time, and as you’d imagine he is rather over the moon with being cast.
There have been rumors, because of the timing of it all, that the DVD and Blu-ray release of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy would have clips or footage from Joss Whedon’s The Avengers: Age of Ultron. Well, now we can confirm – and show it to you!
Another veteran of the original 1990 Flash TV show is heading to the 2014 series. Fresh off his stint in a galaxy far, far away, Mark Hamill will appear next year on The Flash playing this villain.
The upcoming Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice is set to include our favorite butler once again, this time in a way we’ve never seen before.
The irony of the situation is that James Horner was replaced on The Amazing Spider-Man 2 by Hans Zimmer, and Zimmer’s heroic score is one of the things even detractors liked about Webb’s sequel.
IMAX works extremely well in the hands of talented filmmakers like Christopher Nolan and – say – James Gunn. Now, with Guardians of the Galaxy coming to DVD, a fan shares a photographic display of the parts of the scenes you DIDN’T see on the IMAX screen.
Nolan movies have a very distinct style to them, they make the viewer think in ways many other films can not, especially Marvel movies.
While there’s been speculation on the return of The Dark Knight’s Batman, Christian Bale has put the notion to rest, assuring that his portrayal doesn’t fit in any other superhero movies.
One of the lingering plot-threads on Arrow is the mystery of John Diggle’s brother Andy being murdered. According to actor David Ramsey, the show will be touching upon the organization who ordered the hit, as well as teased the return of a certain Squad.
It was recently announced that Oscar Isaac will be playing the titular villain of X-Men: Apocalypse. While the actor seems to have a good grasp on the Egyptian mutant’s psychology, it’s also important the film nail down Apocalypse’s imposing physique. Here’s the best way they can accomplish this.
Whether or not Ryan Reynolds would return to play Deadpool in 20th Century Fox's upcoming X-Men spin-off has been a question burning in the minds of comic book fans for weeks now, but it seems as though that situation may have been resolved.
After appearances by Grant Gustin on two episodes of Arrow last year and a special appearance by Stephen Amell in the pilot of Flash, we’ve long been primed for the day that the two titular heroes would team up on a mission to defeat evil – and this week they delivered.
Marvel has stayed silent for weeks about whether or not Benedict Cumberbatch is Doctor Strange’s titular character, but today they finally confirmed that the actor would play the Sorcerer Supreme in 2016. Get the details here!
Arrow is one of the best scripted series on TV right now. The Flash has the potential to be. The obvious reason to do a double-episode crossover event between Arrow and The Flash is the stunt appeal, and likely an effort to broaden both audiences a bit.
Information is sparse about the supporting cast in Ant-Man, but one of those mystery roles can finally be crossed off the list. Arrested Development Judy Greer has revealed which character she’ll be playing in the 2015 blockbuster. Here’s a hint: it’s someone close to Paul Rudd’s character Scott Lang.
In the history of Marvel Comics, the mutant known as Apocalypse without question ranks as one of the most powerful and terrifying villains. He is not only immortal, but possesses powers that go far beyond the comparatively simple mutations and abilities that other genetically gifted individuals possess.
One of the motivations behind TV crossovers is bringing two different series’ audiences to one programming block, and while this week’s two-night mash-up between Arrow and The Flash didn’t do exactly that, it was a still huge success for The CW. How good? Find out.
Marvel and Netflix’s Jessica Jones series has been underway for quite a while now. All of Netflix’s Marvel projects were picked up about a year ago, but it took until today for the prolific comic company to announce who would star in the Jessica Jones series.
Santa Claus won’t be the only strangely dressed visitor to Central City this Christmas season. Next week Barry Allen will come face-to-face with his arch enemy Reverse-Flash in The Flash’s aptly named midseason finale “The Man In The Yellow Suit.” Check out the new promo for a look at the yellow-garbed speedster.
Romita was most upset because he felt Carrey could have played up his anti-gun agenda without hurting the movie, and hurting the crew that worked extremely hard to produce the film.