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Slipping away from the ravages of cancer, wealthy NYC business tycoon Damian Hill (Kingsley) decides to undergo a radical ‘fountain of youth’ medical procedure devised by an innovative (and psychotic) scientist known as Albright (Matthew Goode). The procedure, offering ‘humanity’s greatest minds more time to fill their potential’, uses revolutionary technology to transfers a person’s consciousness from one body to another.
Shortly after transference of his conscious into the body of a healthy, virile young man (Reynolds), Damian soon discovers that scientific progress is not without its sacrifice when his mind begins to be invaded with the memories and impulses of the conscious that previously occupied the body before him. All is not as it seems as Damian uncovers the mystery of the »
- Sacha Hall
Dr. Caitlin Snow has had a roller-coaster year on The CW's "The Flash." She began the season mourning for beau Ronnie Raymond, but just when she seemed past her grief, Ronnie returned with new powers and a strange partnership with Victor Garber. Ooops. Wounds reopened. So what's in store for the last third of the season? "Caitlin, quite frankly, is less focused on love and more focused on making sure she stays safe," Panabaker told me (video above) on the recent PaleyFest 2015 purple carpet for "The Flash" and "Arrow," hinting at discoveries involving Harrison Wells and his true motivations. I asked Panabaker about the Flash and Reverse-Flash costumes and whether she gets a little jealous and she ended with a note of surprising candor. "I'm excited to hopefully one day become Killer Frost and get one of my own," she said. Maybe it's not hugely candid, but just a few »
- Daniel Fienberg
It would seem like a surprise that “Serena,” the long-troubled project starring Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence, which debuted on VOD and iTunes on Feb. 26, would even have a New York premiere. But on Saturday night, both of the film’s stars gamely attended a screening at Landmark’s Sunshine Cinema, prior to its limited March 27 U.S. theatrical release from Magnolia Pictures.
The onscreen duo — who previously appeared together in “Silver Linings Playbook” and “American Hustle” — spoke to red-carpet journalists as a team. Lawrence said she got the script for “Serena” during the 2012 shoot for “Silver Linings” and convinced Cooper to take the male role in the 1920s North Carolina-set drama based on Ron Rash’s novel. “I forced him to be in the movie,” she teased. They also fielded questions about their dietary habits (“we’re both the biggest eaters in Hollywood,” Lawrence said), horseback riding (Lawrence said »
- Ramin Setoodeh
Ryan Reynolds's science fiction thriller Self/less has been given a new release date.
Sir Ben Kingsley stars as an affluent aristocrat who seeks to stave off his death from cancer by having his consciousness implanted into a younger body (Reynolds).
He soon discovers that the corporation who organised the procedure is seeking to cover up the frightening true origin of this new body.
Self/less is scheduled to open on July 24 in the UK. »
The "Arrow"/"The Flash" spinoff, if it goes ahead, would feature Brandon Routh's Ray Palmer/The Atom, Wentworth Miller's Leonard Snart and Victor Garber's half of Firestorm – Professor Martin Stein. On Wednesday, Access Hollywood asked Victor about the project-in-the-works.
"I'm very excited about it. I have no idea what it's gonna be," Victor told Access at the "Danny Collins" premiere in New York City. "It's gonna be exciting and Greg Berlanti's my good friend, who's creating it, and I've ...
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Prepare to see a new, and rather melodic, side of Al Pacino. The acting legend and Oscar winner — renowned for playing mobsters, detectives or drug lords — shows off his surprisingly adept singing chops as a flamboyant, aging rock star in his new comedy and Bleecker Street Films’ debut feature, “Danny Collins.”
“It’s really Al singing in the film, and he worked hard to make his voice sound like what it needed to be,” writer and director Dan Fogelman told Variety at the film’s New York premiere on Wednesday night at the AMC Loews Lincoln Square. “He sings a stripped-down song that Ryan Adams wrote for the film.” And it wasn’t only while the camera was rolling. “On set he would break out in song all the time and get the crew to sing along with him. He would finish a scene and immediately start singing. His spirit was, »
- Paul Chi
Following the photos released last week from next week's episode of The Flash, "Rogue Time", The CW has released a new trailer that showcases the return of Captain Cold (Wentworth Miller) and Heat Wave (Dominic Purcell). As a result of last night's episode, "Out of Time", where Barry Allen went back in time, the space-time continuum is all out of whack. But, before he can deal with that, Barry has bigger problems at hand.
The Flash (Grant Gustin) learns that Captain Cold (guest star Wentworth Miller) and Heat Wave (guest star Dominic Purcell) have returned to Central City. This time Snart has brought along his baby sister Lisa (guest star Peyton List) to help wreak havoc on the city. As you may know, in the DC Comics, Lisa Snart is also known as The Golden Glider, but we'll have to wait and see how she fits into the story next week. »
Still more news and quotes are coming out from this weekend's PaleyFest panels regarding the two currently airing ("Arrow," "The Flash") and one untitled and in development series on The CW which are based on DC Comics titles.
First up, the in development superhero team-up series has scored a new cast member - Dominic Purcell as Heatwave. Purcell has been guest starring as the villain on "The Flash" alongside his old "Prison Break" co-star Wentworth Miller as Captain Cold.
Both Miller and Purcell are set to be full cast members of this new show which is building an eclectic mix of goodies and baddies out of guest and recurring stars from the other two shows. Producer Greg Berlanti compared the show to ensemble pics like "Ocean's Eleven" and "The Magnificent Seven," saying it's a true ensemble as opposed to the singular heroes of the other two shows.
They're also including »
- Garth Franklin
When the Arrow / Flash Spinoff was first announced back in February, it was revealed that the currently untitled show, which will debut in midseason, will feature Brandon Routh (Atom) and Caity Lotz (possibly her killed-off Black Canary character) from Arrow and Victor Garber (Firestorm) and Wentworth Miller (Captain Cold) from The Flash, with Dominic Purcell (Heat Wave) also joining the cast today. The initial announcement revealed that the show will also feature three DC Comics characters who have never been used in a TV series before, but it seems that there are actually four. Series co-creator Greg Berlanti told Variety that these three unspecified heroes will be joined by a mysterious villain, who has also never been portrayed on the small screen. Here's what he had to say below.
"(We're) making sure that the villain that we have on that show is distinct too... another big character who hasn't been used yet. »
Last month, it was announced that The CW is to extend its DC output with a spin-off show from Arrow and The Flash, which will feature the likes of Brandon Routh (Ray Palmer/The Atom), Victor Garber (Martin Stein/Firestorm), Wentworth Miller (Leonard Snart/Captain Cold) and Caity Lotz, who portrayed Sara Lance/Black Canary on Arrow.
At PaleyFest this past weekend, Variety caught up with producer Greg Berlanti, who offered up a few words on the thinking behind the new spin-off series:
“For us, first and foremost, with all of [our shows], it’s about ‘how is it its own thing?’ Because we don’t just want to do it to do it. Some people do that and then they’re three episodes in, thinking, ‘Why did we do this?’ So for me, I compare the shows to old Westerns; we have a lot of lone gunmen and sheriffs in town, »
- Gary Collinson
The CW’s potential “Arrow” and “The Flash” spinoff has added Dominic Purcell, who will reprise his role as “Flash” villain Heat Wave/Mick Rory in the new superhero show. He’ll appear alongside his “Prison Break” co-star Wentworth Miller, who plays Captain Cold/Leonard Snart on “The Flash” and was previously announced for the spinoff.
The project is currently in development for a possible launch next season, and will also feature Brandon Routh (Ray Palmer/the Atom) and Caity Lotz (Sara Lance/Black Canary) from “Arrow,” and Victor Garber (Dr. Martin Stein/one half of Firestorm) from “The Flash,” as well as three mystery DC Comics characters who haven’t been used on either series to date.
Mick Rory is a pyromaniac who finds an outlet for his obsession with fire when he teams up with Leonard Snart and becomes the villain known as Heat Wave. Purcell and Miller »
- Seth Kelley
While The CW's Arrow/Flash Spinoff may not have a title quite yet, the cast keeps growing by the day, with Dominic Purcell signing on to play his Flash villain Heat Wave in the series, which is being targeted for a midseason debut. Dominic Purcell joins a cast that includes Heat Wave's villainous partner Captain Cold (Wentworth Miller) and Firestorm (Victor Garber) from The Flash, along with Arrow's Atom (Brandon Routh) and Caity Lotz in an unspecified role. The show will also mark the first series regular gigs for Dominic Purcell and Wentworth Miller since they both starred together on the Fox drama series Prison Break, which ran for four seasons between 2005 and 2009.
Leonard Snart, a.k.a. Captain Cold, first appeared in the show's fourth episode "Going Rogue" by himself, but he returned in January's "Revenge of the Rogues" with his new partner Mick Rory, a.k. »
The potential spinoff series featuring characters from The CW’s “Arrow” and “The Flash” has added another familiar face. Dominic Purcell, who has appeared on “The Flash” as villain Mick Rory, a.k.a. Heat Wave, has been added to the project. He joins the previously-cast Wentworth Miller (Captain Cold), Brandon Routh (Atom), Victor Garber (Firestorm) and Caity Lotz (Canary). The in-development project, still untitled, is described as a team-up-style show featuring recurring fan-favorite characters from “Arrow” and “The Flash.” Also Read: CW’s ‘Arrow’-‘The Flash’ Crossover: Behind the Scenes With Star Emily Bett Rickards (Exclusive Photos) “Arrow” creators Greg Berlanti, »
- Linda Ge
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The CW’s proposed Arrow and The Flash spinoff series is generating a lot early buzz thanks to its super-powered creative team. The series, slated for a midseason debut, proposes to be a gigantic mashup of DC’s most beloved comic characters, and has a wealth of experienced names shepherding it to the small screen.
Specific story details have been kept under wraps since its announcement. However, Berlanti recently took time out of his schedule to discuss the show with EW. His comments suggest we’re in for something brand new:
“For me, it honors all of the great team up movies, whether it’s Ocean’s Eleven or whether it’s the superhero books. That’s what it’s about. If you go back to the old westerns, »
- Gem Seddon
The cast of the mysterious Arrow/The Flash spinoff continues to grow, with Dominic Purcell joining his co-star Wentworth Miller and confirming in the process that we'll see yet another team up between Captain Cold and Heat Wave. The show is being eyed to premiere next midseason, and it will mark the first series regular role for both actors since they played brothers in popular Fox drama Prison Break. Deadline don't have any details as to how Purcell's character will factor into the spinoff, but hopefully we'll get to see more of The Rogues alongside him. The actor joins a cast which so far includes Brandon Routh (The Atom), Victor Garber (Dr. Martin Stein), and Caity Lotz (The Canary?). What do you guys think about this latest addition? Share your thoughts below. »
Exclusive: Another popular recurring DC character from the Arrow-Flash universe is boarding the CW’s proposed spinoff from the two superhero dramas. The new Flash villainous duo of Captain Cold/Heat Wave will be staying intact as Dominic Purcell has joined Brandon Routh, Wentworth Miller, Victor Garber and Caity Lotz in the superhero team-up show from Arrow creators Greg Berlanti, Andrew Kreisberg and Marc Guggenheim. Purcell will reprise his role as Mick Rory, a… »
Yesterday, we reported that The CW Network will announce more details this spring regarding their highly-anticipated spinoff series featuring characters from both Arrow and The Flash. While the show's producers were on hand at PaleyFest in Los Angeles this weekend, Arrow star Stephen Amell attended Planet Comicon in Kansas City, where he revealed that the spinoff currently doesn't have a title. He also said that The CW's plan is to, "launch midseason next year," which means it will arrive sometime in early 2016.
The initial announcement from last month revealed that Arrow's Brandon Routh (Atom) and Caity Lotz (Black Canary) will star in the series with The Flash's Victor Garber (Firestorm) and Wentworth Miller (Captain Cold). The show will also feature three major DC Comics characters who have never been featured on a TV series before, identified in a casting breakdown as "The Traveler," "Female Warrior" and "Mystery Hero. »
DC Comics’ Justice League may be a few years away from fruition on the bigscreen, but the comicbook publisher is steadily building a powerful roster of superhero shows on TV. The CW’s hit “Arrow” has already spawned an equally successful spinoff in “The Flash,” and now executive producers Greg Berlanti, Andrew Kreisberg and Marc Guggenheim are looking to further cement their empire with another super-powered offshoot, this time taking characters from “Arrow” and “The Flash” and combining them in an epic team-up series. The spinoff will be produced by the trio, along with Sarah Schechter.
Berlanti — who is also exec producing CBS’ “Supergirl” series with Kreisberg, Schechter and Ali Adler — told Variety that the new show is designed to be “most similar to our crossover episodes, where you feel that ‘event-iness,’ but all the time.”
“For us, first and foremost, with all of [our shows], it’s about ‘how is it its own thing? »
- Laura Prudom
This may not be 100 percent accurate, but if you cover the TV industry, hardly a week seems to go by without producer-writer Greg Berlanti having a pilot picked up. The "Everwood" and "Brothers and Sisters" veteran has most recently been working to expand the presence of the DC Comics Universe on The CW. "Arrow" launched in 2012 and immediately became on of The CW's foundational hits. "The Flash" was loosely spun out of "Arrow" this season and has become the sort of breakout smash The CW has been search for years, reliably topping some of its competition on other networks. And it was only a couple weeks ago that it was announced that Berlanti and his team are developing an elaborate "Arrow"/"Flash" spinoff featuring a slew of characters from both shows, including Brandon Routh's Atom, Victor Garber's Firestorm and Wentworth Miller's Captain Cold. On the PaleyFest 2015 purple »
- Daniel Fienberg
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