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What’s the biggest inconvenience about living in a world full of superheroes? Why, the surge in Uber prices when they decide to fight evil in the middle of rush hour, of course.
That’s the type of everyday annoyance facing the gang from Powerless, DC Comics’ first-ever comedy series, coming to NBC in 2017. The show’s stars — Danny Pudi, Ron Funches, Alan Tudyk and Vanessa Hudgens — recently stopped by TVLine’s Comic-Con suite (presented by Zte), where they shamelessly name-dropped DC characters we’ll be »
Don’t blame Klaus if he doesn’t recognize his daughter when The Originals returns in 2017.
As revealed as San Diego Comic-Con, there will be a five-year time jump between the CW drama’s third and fourth seasons — and now, TVLine can exclusively introduce you to the actress playing grown-up Hope: Summer Fontana.
Fontana, whose credits include a role in the movie Basic Witches (how appropriate!), began filming for Season 4 earlier this week. And, seriously, is she not the spitting image of her parents? (Or at least her father? »
Matt Letscher will be spending a lot of time in that Reverse-Flash suit this fall, having joined The CW’s Legends of Tomorrow as a series regular while also playing a role in The Flash‘s Flashpoint arc.
“I did get my own suit this year, so I hope they put it to good use,” Letscher tells TVLine. The original Reverse-Flash suit “was built for Tom, who is probably two inches shorter than me and a lot skinnier, »
Talk about a dynamic duo.
Warner Bros. has released the first photo of newly-christened Superman Tyler Hoechlin alongside onscreen cousin, Supergirl‘s Melissa Benoist, and there’s no denying that they make a pretty (sorry!) super pair.
VideosSupergirl Stars Talk Pod Reveal, Kara’s New ‘Hurdle,’ Perfecting Superman’s Curl, Being More ‘Crazy’ on The CW
Over the weekend at Comic-Con, Hoechlin told TVLine that he was “looking forward” to slipping into the Man of Steel’s iconic tights and cape (designed here by Supergirl’s costume guru Kiersten Ronning), adding that the whole experience has been “definitely surreal »
While Warner Bros. was busy debuting their big screen superheroes, their small screen counterparts were also making a splash at San Diego Comic-Con. Check out the newest footage from Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, Gotham and more. Dctv is a big group that came out in force at Comic-Con this weekend. They also had panels and excited fans with various clips and trailers. Most of these include older footage because none of the series are that far into production for their new seasons yet (Supergirl hasn't started at all, in fact) but there is some very cool stuff going on. Arrow heads into its fifth season a few team members short, hence Team Arrow 2.0 is created including Evelyn Sharp (the returning Madison McLaughlin) and Wild Dog (Rick Gonzalez) who will all have to go up against the villain Prometheus. The Flash will be delving into the "Flashpoint" storyline for »
- Jill Pantozzi
With a multi-panel line-up on Saturday, The CW held presentations for the new seasons of its four DC shows - the fifth season of "Arrow", the third of "The Flash" and the second of both "Supergirl" and "Legends of Tomorrow".
First up, the villain of "Arrow" for the fifth season is a hooded figure called Prometheus who ties into the "theme of legacy" for the season. Oliver recruits some new members for Team Arrow this year fulfilling his promise to Laurel (Katie Cassidy) whom the producers made clear is sticking around the CW's DC Universe following a deal she signed akin to John Barrowman and Wentworth Miller which will see her appearing in the other shows. "Arrow" returns October 5th.
- Garth Franklin
Make way for a league and a legion! DC's Legends of Tomorrow is going bigger and badder in season two, with more members of the Justice Society of America set to be introduced, and fan-favorite villains from the DC Comics TV universe set to cause trouble for the returning Legends. And it was revealed during the show's panel at Comic-Con on Saturday that The Flash's Matt Letscher aka the Reverse-Flash is joining the show as a series regular. Other familiar (and beloved) faces that will appear include Wentworth Miller and John Barrowman, whose deals will allow them to appear across multiple shows, and Neal McDonough, who played Arrow's season four big bad Damien Dahrk, will have a recurring role on »
Saturday tends to be the day San Diego Comic-Con seems to bear the most fruit when it comes to news, and several tidbits that will excite comic book fans happen to pertain to DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. It’s not a major leap of the imagination that a show focusing on a superhero team would see the arrival of not only another superhero team, but a club comprised of villains, but it’s still exciting to hear about nonetheless.
Let’s discuss villains first because, let’s be honest, news involving the bad guys is always nice to hear. It’s been confirmed that the Legion of Doom will factor into the show’s second season, but don’t expect to see a traditional lineup comprised of the likes of Lex Luthor, Brainiac, Scarecrow, Solomon Grundy and others.
Executive Producer Marc Guggenheim explained how they arrived at the decision »
- Eric Joseph
Katie Cassidy is the latest Berlantiverse actor to ink one of those cool new deals, by which she is now a series regular across multiple CW superhero shows — namely The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow and her original stomping grounds, Arrow (on which she will appear in the Season 5 premiere).
VideosArrow Season 5 Trailer: Oliver Breaks in New Team, Shirtless Bratva Fights
Wentworth Miller, who transitioned from The Flash to Legends (for a one-season stint), was the first actor to sign such a grounbreaking pact; Arrow vet John Barrowman followed, earlier this month. Both Miller and Barrowman, it has since been announced, »
“The Flash” is going to look very different when it returns, as the first trailer for Season 3 teases an alternate universe that one villain decides to call Flashpoint. The trailer was unveiled at the CW superhero drama’s panel at the San Diego Comic-Con Saturday. Season 3, according to the trailer, will find an almost-idyllic Central City for Barry Allen (Grant Gustin), which resulted from his superhero alterego The Flash’s decision in the Season 2 finale to go back in time and save his mother from being murdered by his greatest foe, the Reverse Flash (Matt Letscher). Also Read: 'The Flash' First. »
- Linda Ge
There was big news out of San Diego Comic Con today with regard to DC's Legends of Tomorrow!!
We've seen Dahrk in the past on Legends, but never the present.
What the heck is going on, you ask? Good question.
This will become the first-ever Legion of Doom on television.
"For season two of Legends, we decided that the perfect antagonist for TV's first-ever team of Super Heroes would be TV's first-ever team of Super-Villains, recruited from the ranks of Arrow and The Flash's deadliest adversaries," Legends boss Marc Guggenheim said. »
- Carissa Pavlica
Guggenheim and fellow Ep Phil Klemmer also added that villains for the upcoming season will include John Barrowman as Malcolm Merlyn, Neal McDonough as Damien Darhk, and Matt Letscher as Eobard Thawne.
Despite the fact that Wentworth Miller’s Captain Cold died in season one, the character will also be appearing season two, Guggenheim announced, noting that “Legends” is a time-travel show.
- Daniel Holloway
Following the Legends of Tomorrow panel at this year's Comic-Con, The CW has announced some major new additions to the second season of the hit series. For starters, we now know who will be joining Hourman as members of the Justice Society of America. Though they've yet to be cast, he'll be fighting alongside Stargirl (the youthful hero who gains super powers after she inherits the powerful Cosmic Staff from Starman), Obsidian (the son of Golden Age Green Lantern Alan Scott who possesses the capability to become a powerful shadow), and Dr. Mid-Nite (his identity is currently unknown). Between them and the Legends, that's a pretty damn powerful team, but they're going to need to be because squaring off against them will be the Legion of Doom! This version is going to feature some familiar faces to fans of the DC TV Universe as the roster will include Malcolm Merlyn »
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow will battle the Legion of Doom in Season 2, it was announced on Saturday at the San Diego Comic-Con.
And populating The CW series’ iteration of the infamous Legion of Doom will be some familiar faces: Reverse-Flash (to again played by The Flash‘s Matt Letscher), Captain Cold (Legends‘ Wentworth Miller), Malcolm Merlyn aka the Dark Archer (Arrow vet John Barrowman) and Damien Darhk (Arrow‘s Neal McDonough).
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Letscher will be a series regular on Legends Season 2, while McDonough will recur. Miller and Barrowman recently signed groundbreaking deals »
The “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” ensemble is going to get even larger for Season 2.
The cast and producers revealed at Comic-Con that several new heroes and villains will join for the second season, and released photos of the characters.
Rex Tyler a.k.a. Hourmans (Patrick J. Adams), who was the first member of the Justice Society of America to appear on the show, will enlist several other members in Obsidian, Stargirl and Dr. Mid-Nite. The roles have yet to be cast.
As for the villains, a crew that the show calls the Legion of Doom will consist of Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman), Damien Darhk (Neal McDonough), the Reverse-Flash (Matt Letscher) and Captain Cold (Wentworth Miller).
Matt Letscher, who has appeared on “The Flash,” will join “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” as a series regular. Deals that allowed Wentworth Miller and John Barrowman to appear across multiple shows were announced earlier this summer. Neal McDonough »
- Seth Kelley
“Legends of Tomorrow” is introducing an iconic super-villain team from DC comic book lore in its second season: the Legion of Doom. John Barrowman’s Malcolm Merlyn and Neal McDonough‘s Damien Darhk from “Arrow” will be joining the Season 2 cast, alongside “The Flash” alum Matt Letscher as Reverse Flash and “Legends” Season 1 regular Wentworth Miller, who plays Captain Cold. Lestcher will be a new series regular on “Legends,” while McDonough will recur in multiple episodes. The four villains will make up this new iteration of the Legion of Doom, which originated as a super-villain team led by Lex Luthor in the. »
- Linda Ge
At today’s DC’s Legends of Tomorrow panel at San Diego Comic-Con, the CW show’s producers and cast revealed that some familiar faces, Obsidian, Stargirl and Dr. Mid-Nite, will be making an appearance in Season 2. They also announced that Legends of Tomorrow will be facing off against the Legion of Doom Super-Villains, otherwise known as Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman), Damien Darhk (Neal McDonough), the Reverse-Flash (Matt Letscher) and Captain Cold (Wentworth Miller)… »
Rob Leane Jul 25, 2016
The Waverider crew will battle a big team of villains in Legends Of Tomorrow season 2, which also now has a trailer...
Fresh from San Diego Comic-Con 2016, here's the first trailer for season 2 of The CW's time-travelling superhero show, Legends Of Tomorrow...
Also thanks to Sdcc, we've learned that the Waverider crew will be fighting an dastardly cabal of villains known as The Legion Of Doom. These will include, per TVLine, Matt Letscher's Reverse-Flash, Wentworth Miller's Captain Cold, John Barrowman's Malcolm Merlyn and Neal McDonough's Damien Darhk (who's definitely meant to be dead, as is Captain Cold).
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As many expected, Legends Of Tomorrow's superhero roster will »
It’s time to talk about remakes again. In this installment of our series, we’re going to be looking at a revamped version of one of the most legendary fictional heroes ever. This week, Cinelinx looks at The Mask of Zorro (1998).
The Zorro character was introduced in the 1919 serialized story, “The Curse of Capistrano”, written by Johnston McCulley, and was published in All-Stories Weekly, the same magazine that first published Edgar Rice Burroughs’ “Tarzan of the Apes” and “John Carter: Warlord of Mars”. Zorro was partly the inspiration for Batman. (Parenthetically, in DC comics, Bruce Wayne and his parents were coming out of a theater after seeing a film version of Zorro when his parents were killed.)
The story has been adapted several times. The first time was a silent film version in 1920, starring the cinema’s first-ever action star Douglas Fairbanks as the title character. However, we »
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Fans have been speculating about the identity of “The Flash’s” villainous Zoom since Season 2 began, but the truth proved to be even more shocking than we could’ve predicted: the man we’ve come to know as Jay Garrick (Teddy Sears) — beloved by comic book fans as the first iteration of The Flash in the Golden Age of comics — was revealed to be Zoom, aka Hunter Zolomon… Seconds after dumping the body of the man who appeared to be Jay Garrick on the ground back on Earth-2. But how? For that reveal, we’ll sadly have to wait until after “The Flash” returns from its mini-hiatus on March 22.
Our suspicions were raised after Caitlin (Danielle Panabaker) attempted to track down Jay’s Earth-1 counterpart in the Jan. 26 episode “The Reverse-Flash Returns” (a »
- Laura Prudom
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