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Warning: The following contains spoilers for Tuesday’s episode of The Flash
It’s a big, big world on The Flash. So big in fact that Tuesday’s episode of the CW series introduces another Earth, where Wells still exists as S.T.A.R. Labs’ founder, Jay Garrick (Aka the Crimson Comet) races through the streets and the speed demon Zoom is out to get him.
VideosThe Flash Trailer: Zoom, Hawkgirl and More Arrive in NY Comic-Con Video
Now on Earth 1, Jay warns Barry of the threat from Zoom and the many breaches between worlds that the singularity created. »
A tale as old as time… is clocking out.
The CW has announced that Beauty and the Beast will end its run after Season 4, which is currently wrapping production and will air at midseason/summer 2016 (exact date Tba).
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Starring Smallville alum Kristin Kreuk and Jay Ryan in the title roles, the supernatural-tinged take on the romantic fairy tale averaged 1.6 million viewers and a 0.6 demo rating during its freshman run (which had a buzzy Vampire Diaries for a lead-in), but during Season 3 (where it self-started summertime »
After making his presence known at the end of last week’s The Flash, Jay Garrick officially unveils his identity and origins to the S.T.A.R. Labs team in Tuesday’s episode (The CW, 8/7c). While Barry and Co. aren’t aware of the character’s history, comic book fans are very familiar with the iconic persona, which made stepping into the role all the more exciting for his portrayer, Master of Sex alum Teddy Sears.
VideosThe Flash Trailer: Zoom, Hawkgirl and More Arrive in NY Comic-Con Video
“It’s thrilling, but I didn’t anticipate how »
Coming to MTV in January 2016, ‘The Shannara Chronicles’ is a new TV series based on the best-selling fantasy novels by Terry Brooks. Set thousands of years after the destruction of our civilization, the story follows an Elven Princess, Amberle, a half-human half-elf, Wil, and a human, Eretria, as they embark on a quest to stop a Demon army from destroying the Four Lands. Jon Favreau and Smallville duo Al Gough and Miles Millar will produce the show, which is based on the 20-strong series of novels (there has been one graphic novel also - The Dark Wraith Of Shannara - published back in 2008) in Terry Brooks' Shannara saga. The story is set after our civilization was destroyed in the "great wars", with the world reverting to a medieval state and magic re-emerging. Many of the protagonists in the story are descended from the Eleven noble family of Shannara. The »
It isn't known when we may get a full-length trailer for Marvel's Jessica Jones. But Netflix has been steadily releasing a series of teasers that trace the superhero P.I. through an average night of work. Today, the latest sneak peek finds Jessica inside her Alias Investigations office as she pieces together a case. It's the first teaser that has revealed star Krysten Ritter's face. It also introduces Kilgrave (aka The Purple Man), the main villain played by David Tennant. And it's quite eerie.
The Purple Man, whose real name is Dr. Zebediah Killgrave, was originally a foe of Daredevil. The character was first introduced in Daredevil vol. 1 #4. In the 2000s, he emerged as an enemy of Jessica Jones and her husband Luke Cage. His body produces pheromones which allow him to verbally control the actions of others. While David Tennant will appear as The Purple Man on Marvel's Jessica Jones this winter, »
Superheroes have been leaping off the printed page and onto the small screen for as long as television has been in existence, and there’s never been a better time for comic book fans to binge on the TV exploits of their favourite crime-fighting characters with dozens of series either in production or on the way…
Interestingly it’s DC Comics who are currently leading the charge on television, thanks to the likes of Arrow and The Flash – both of which have seemingly changed the way superheroes are brought to TV. No longer are superhero shows camp and Ott, instead they have become much more like the very comic books that inspired them, telling rich stories within huge universes; and thankfully television networks haven’t been afraid to bring the epic “crossover” to the small screen either. Be it Arrow and The Flash and their irregular team-ups, or 90s Flash »
- Phil Wheat
You'll believe a private investigator can fly in the latest teaser trailer from Netflix and Marvel's Jessica Jones. Take an evening stroll through Hell's Kitchen with Krysten Ritter, as she revisits some of Matt Murdock's old stomping grounds. Amongst the neon lit streets, she shows off a few of her super powers, taking the easy way up to her Alias Investigation office, which sits on the 5th floor of a building in the heart of the city. Looks like she has a little bit of late night work to catch up on.
After months of anticipation, Netflix announced its highly-anticipated original series Marvel's Jessica Jones will premiere on November 20, 2015 at 12:01am Pt in all territories where Netflix is available. That teaser was delivered via the show's social handle @JessicaJones. Today's new footage comes courtesy of Netflix Japan's Twitter page to give us some actual footage, which shows that »
TheGrill is just 5 days away! Brian Robbins is one of the entertainment industry’s most prolific producers of television, film and digital media. As the founder and CEO of AwesomenessTV, which launched in July 2012, he leads one of the fastest growing teen and tween destinations on YouTube, with 14.3 billion views and counting. We caught up with the producer of such hits as “One Tree Hill” and “Smallville” about industry challenges in the digital age and prospects for the TheGrill 2015, taking place October 5 and 6 at the Montage Beverly Hills in Los Angeles. Reserve your spot today. 1. What is one »
- Haley Davis
All Hell just broke loose, and it's left poor Jessica Jones with bloody knuckles. But it looks like she'll be doing all right as she enjoys a nightcap following a bar fight massacre. Even the jukebox in this local Hell's Kitchen watering hole knows not to mess with this Marvel superhero. The latest trailer for Netflix's next Marvel series has arrived from Japan. And it proves why this is going to be your next binge obsession.
After months of anticipation, Netflix announced its highly-anticipated original series Marvel's Jessica Jones will premiere on November 20, 2015 at 12:01am Pt in all territories where Netflix is available. That teaser was delivered via the show's social handle @JessicaJones. Today's new footage comes courtesy of Netflix Japan's Twitter page to give us some actual footage, which shows that Krysten Ritter's title character is certainly not one to be trifled with. After leaving a trail »
London — Independent distributor Swipe Films has acquired the U.K. rights to Maeve Murphy’s comic crime-drama “Taking Stock,” which has its world premiere at the Raindance Film Festival on Oct. 4. The third feature by the Belfast-born director, the film stars Kelly Brook as a struggling actress who is inspired by the legend of gangsters Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow to rob the furniture store where she works part time.
Star Brook — who recently landed a major role in NBC’s “One Big Happy,” produced by Ellen DeGeneres — is a U.K. actress and model whose diverse screen credits include “School for Seduction,” “Smallville,” “Piranha 3D” and “Keith Lemon: The Film,” alongside West End stage appearances in “Calendar Girls” and Neil La Bute’s “Fat Pig.”
Murphy said: “I’m so pleased that ‘Taking Stock’ is premiering at the Raindance Film Festival and will get released. The festival’s joyous »
- Damon Wise
'Dare to judge his breath in the morning. Very soon, Jessica Jones. A series of original Netflix.' That's how the latest Marvel superhero series is introduced in an all-new trailer. In this first look footage, we get to see that the possibly hung over Jessica is not too fond of waking up in the late afternoon. Stealing its opening title card from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, we learn that it's 2:59 pm in Hell's Kitchen. The alarm is about to go off. And the clock doesn't stand a chance! What has this young lady so tuckered out? Long night of drinking and superheroing?
In early September, Netflix announced its highly-anticipated original series Marvel's Jessica Jones will premiere on November 20, 2015 at 12:01am Pt in all territories where Netflix is available. That teaser was delivered via the show's social handle @JessicaJones. Today, they used their Facebook page to give us some actual footage, »
In terms of DC villains that are translated to the screen in live-action, the universe definitely has its favourites. We have seen multiple versions of characters such as The Joker, General Zod, Catwoman, Two-Face, Amanda Waller, Lex Luthor, The Penguin, and even Bane, and at least one version of such delights as Mr. Freeze, Scarecrow, Deadshot (on TV), Reverse-Flash, Captain Cold and Poison Ivy.
We’ve even seen a version of the iconic Doomsday in Smallville. But the DC universe is a vast and sprawling place, with many dark, dank corners, filled with disturbing, villainous types. As DC heads toward a time of epic universe expansion on screen, we inevitably wonder who among these shadowy figures we might eventually meet.
It is clear that, with projects such as Suicide Squad on the horizon, DC is keen to shine a light on some of its darker elements. With that film alone, »
- Sarah Myles
45 years ago today, BBC viewers first saw Monty Python’s series of Spanish Inquisition sketches, in the second season of “Flying Circus.” Featuring Michael Palin, Terry Jones and Terry Gilliam as three incompetent and unintimidating Inquisitor cardinals, the 1970 sketch remained one of the comedy troupe’s most iconic and most quotable (“Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition!” “The comfy chair?!”). Other notable happenings in pop culture history from Sept. 22 (which turns out to be a big day in TV history): • 1958: Elvis Presley, a private in the U.S. Army, departed for an 18-moth tour of duty in Germany. • 1964: “The Man from U.N.C.L.E.” premiered on NBC. • 1964: The musical “Fiddler on the Roof” opened on Broadway at the Imperial Theatre. In 1972, it became Broadway’s longest-running musical, before it was overpassed by other shows in the coming decades. • 1972: American audiences got their first glimpse of Ziggy Stardust, »
- Emily Rome
Nathan Fillion may get his wish to play Booster Gold after all! According to a hot new rumor from The Tracking Board, DC is planning a Blue Beetle and Booster Gold movie at Warner Bros. Backing up this latest claim is Heroic Hollywood, who say that DC is courting Marvel's Zak Penn to come in and write this crossover movie for the two slightly more obscure comic book heroes.
Both Blue Beetle and Booster Gold have long been rumored to appear in one of the many upcoming Dceu movies planned at Warner Bros. throughout the end of this decade. There has always been talk that either, or both, could also land their own TV series. When Booster Gold failed to make the roster for the upcoming CW spinoff DC's Legends of Tomorrow, many speculated that a second announcement for a solo spinoff was immanent. The word now is that both »
The time has arrived! Today, we're seeing a different street level view of Hell's Kitchen. Here is a first look into the Netflix original series Marvel's Jessica Jones. It will be the second of four epic live-action adventure series. The others include Marvel's Daredevil, which launched April 10th and returns for Season 2 next spring, Marvel's Luke Cage and Marvel's Iron Fist. This is all leading up to the teaming of the main characters in The Defenders. Marvel's Jessica Jones is set to premiere only on Netflix on November 20th.
After a tragic ending to her short-lived Super Hero stint, Jessica Jones is rebuilding her personal life and career as a detective who gets pulled into cases in New York City. Marvel's Jessica Jones is a suspenseful, edgy look into the life of Jessica Jones, one of the most popular new Marvel characters of the last decade, as she faces demons from within and without. »
One could say that Michael Rosenbaum’s prayers were answered when TV Land’s Impastor came his way. For the Smallville alum not only found in the comedy perhaps “the perfect role” – as a charming, extremely non-religious con man who co-opts the identity and life of a clergyman (who he later learns is gay) — it came on a show that proved to have legs, and as such earned a Season 2 pick-up weeks ahead of this Tuesday’s finale.
In a TV market that is “oversaturated with so many shows, I »
Running Time: 939 minutes
Extras: The Fastest Man Alive! / Creating the Blur / The Chemistry of Emily and Grant Screen Test / Behind the Story: The Trickster Returns! / DC Comics Night at Comic-Con 2014: Presenting Gotham, The Flash, Constantine and Arrow / Audio Commentary / Deleted Scenes / Gag Reel
Warner Bros. and DC Comics have felt the sting of Marvel’s big screen dominance for over a decade now. The consistent line of hits, trilogies and hugely successful franchises to carry the rival publishers name has been painfully noticeable to fans of DC (such as myself). However, that is now beginning to change after two little, small-time film makers by the names of Christopher Nolan and Zack Snyder showed audiences what the darker »
- Ben Read
If you’re passionate about Geek Culture, you probably should (1) promote it by bringing new people into the fold, and (2) prune your collection to keep it robust and manageable. I’m typically pretty good at the first and pretty bad at the second. But last weekend I tried something new and I had an experience that was better than expected.
First, a little background. I grew up in Auburn, a small town in New York State’s Finger Lakes region. I was surrounded by about a million Italian relatives, a downtown that could have been the basis for Smallville, and an outstanding library. It was called the Seymour Library and was built around the turn of century by the firm of Carrere and Hastings. You may know them from another one of their works – the New York Public Library.
My mom led us on weekly excursions to return and borrow books. »
- Ed Catto
Ahead of its return next month, The CW has debuted a first trailer for the seventh season of the supernatural drama The Vampire Diaries, and we have it for you here…
Season six of The Vampire Diaries began with our heroes mourning the devastating loss of Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Bonnie (Kat Graham), who turned out to be trapped in a 1994 prison world by a sociopathic magic-siphon named Kai Parker (guest star Chris Wood). Unable to cope with the loss of her love, Elena (Nina Dobrev) compelled away all of her memories of loving Damon, which meant that when he finally returned to Mystic Falls, he had to win her over again. Meanwhile, Caroline (Candice Accola) had to come to terms with her feelings for Stefan (Paul Wesley) in light of her mother’s heartbreaking battle with cancer. That battle ultimately proved fatal, sending both Caroline and Stefan down a dangerous path as humanity-free vampires. »
- Gary Collinson
"It's time the world knew her name!" Today, Netflix announced its highly-anticipated original series Marvel's Jessica Jones will premiere on November 20, 2015 at 12:01am Pt in all territories where Netflix is available. The announcement was made via the show's social handle @JessicaJones. Netflix has released a soulful and very colorful teaser trailer which only begins to hint at the adventure and excitement heading our way just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday.
The Netflix original series, Marvel's Jessica Jones is the second of four epic live-action adventure series. It follows Marvel's Daredevil, which launched April 10th. It will be followed by Marvel's Luke Cage and Marvel's Iron Fist sometime in 2016. This is all leading up to the teaming of the main characters in Marvel's The Defenders, to premiere only on Netflix sometime in 2018. Marvel's Daredevil is returning for Season 2 in spring 2016.
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