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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 »
Thanks to VancouverFilm.Net, take a look @ new footage from upcoming "Arrow" Season 5, introducing the new super-villain 'Prometheus' and 'Oliver Queen' aka 'Green Arrow' puts together a new team of costumed vigilantes, premiering October 5, 2016 on The CW:
"He's our big bad for the year. We call him 'Prometheus'. It's not the Grant Morrison, Howard Porter Prometheus from the 'Justice League'. He's a new character that fits in with the theme of legacy for this season.
"He's pretty badass and mean..."
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Arrow" Season 5...
- Michael Stevens
A trailer debuted yesterday for the fifth season of Arrow during The CW’s panel at San Diego Comic-Con, which gives us a very brief glimpse at the new bad guys Tobias Church and Prometheus, with the latter set to be the primary antagonist for the season.
“He’s a new character,” said executive producer Marc Guggenheim with regards to Prometheus. “He’s our big bad for the year. We call him Prometheus [but] it’s not the Grant Morrison/Howard Porter character.”
See Also: DC’s Legends of Tomorrow adding Jsa and Legion of Doom, Comic-Con sizzle reel released with first season 2 footage
Check out the Comic-Con trailer here…
Arrow has added several new additions for season five, including Carly Pope (The Tomorrow People) as Susan Williams, Josh Segarra (Chicago P.D.) as The Vigilante, Rick Gonzalez (Coach Carter) as Wild Dog, Tyler Ritter (The McCarthys) as Detective Malone, Joe Dinicol »
- Amie Cranswick
The Flash is going to look like a different show when Season 3 arrives in October.
When the premiere opens, Barry has been “living in that blind bliss” with both of his parents in the “Flashpoint” world, even though he has his memories of the other timeline, and was still zapped by the particle accelerator.
But once he comes out of his bubble, “There are many different changes that Barry discovers, and different relationships,” executive producer Aaron Helbing previewed at the show’s San Diego Comic-Con panel.
VideosThe Flash Season 3 Trailer: Barry/Iris ‘Meet’ Again, Billionaire Cisco, a New Speedster »
Arrow has divided fans in recent years, but it appears as if the series is about to undergo a reboot of sorts this Fall as Oliver Queen puts together a brand new team of vigilantes. Their training and identities can be found in the sizzle reel below, but by far the biggest reveal at the show's panel was that the lead villain will be Prometheus (just not the one from Grant Morrison's Justice League). "He's a new character," executive producer Marc Guggenheim told fans. "He's our big bad for the year. We call him Prometheus. It's not the Grant Morrison, Howard Porter Prometheus from the Justice League. He's a new character that fits in with the theme of legacy for this season. He's pretty badass and mean." That's an interesting approach, and we'll have to wait and see if it pays off. »
The Arrow panel at San Diego Comic Con didn't seem to be as full of surprises as usual.
There was a new trailer released of Arrow Season 5 footage which can be found below.
In it, the focus, surprisingly, was on Oliver and Laurel, and the promise he made to her upon her deathbed and moving forward.
We've been told we'll be getting the details on that promise during Season 5.
It just might happen in the premiere.
A premiere on which Katie Cassidy will be appearing.
Cassidy will now appear across all three shows, »
- Carissa Pavlica
“Olicity” ‘shippers, the news out of Arrow‘s San Diego Comic-Con panel on Saturday was… good and bad?
“It’s still a partnership,” executive producer Wendy Mericle said of the exes’ dynamic, adding that they will pick up on the same “ambiguous” note they left off on in the Season 4 finale. From there, “You will find out some more right around Episode 5.”
VideosArrow Season 5 Trailer: Oliver Breaks in New Team, Shirtless Bratva Fights
Star Stephen Amell heralded “a really dynamic scene” that the former couple shares in the Season 5 opener. “We speak to each other as equals, as team members, »
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
Fans of The Flash may be psyched that the show is Season 3 is tackling an epic storyline from the comic books, but Jesse L. Martin “didn’t even know what Flashpoint really was” before this, he admitted to Michael Ausiello when the cast and EPs stopped by TVLine’s Comic-Con studio presented by Zte.
VideosThe Flash Season 3 Trailer: Barry/Iris ‘Meet’ Again, Billionaire Cisco, a New Speedster and More Flashpoint Insanity
Now that he does know, Martin marveled, “It’s a whole new Joe-and-Barry show, and it’s fun to play.”
Maybe for him, it is. “It also hurts my heart a little bit, »
Death can’t keep Black Canary down.
Katie Cassidy has signed a deal with Warner Bros. to appear across the CW’s DC Comics-based television shows, which includes “Legends of Tomorrow,” “The Flash” and “Arrow.” Wendy Mericle, executive producer of “Arrow,” announced the news at Comic-Con Saturday.
“Katie Cassidy will not be disappearing from this universe,” Mericle said.
Cassidy will be returning to the broader CW-dc universe despite the fact that her character died last season. Miller’s character was also killed off in the first season of “Legends of Tomorrow.”
A trailer for the upcoming fifth season of “Arrow” also provided a look at the series’ new main villain, who Guggenheim said is a new character named Prometheus. Guggenheim pointed out that the character is not the same one created by Grant Morrison for DC Comics, but »
- Daniel Holloway
Early reports of Laurel Lance's demise have been greatly exaggerated. During the Arrow Sdcc panel, it was announced that Cassidy was given a similar deal as Wenthworth Miller's Captain Cold and John Barrowman's Dark Archer where each respective character will be a regular across each of the 4 Dctv shows currently airing on The CW. In Cassidy's case it's currently unclear whether she'll appear as Black Canary or her Earth-2 doppelganger, Black Siren (or perhaps even both). We should have clarification on her role soon but in the meantime, revel in the news that this isn't the last time you'll see Cassidy on The CW and there's still a slight chance Stephen Amell's Oliver Queen will follow comic book canon and enter a romantic relationship with Canary over Felicity Smoak. We'll keep you posted as the story develops. »
The CW’s Arrow previewed Season 5 in a sizzle reel during the show’s panel today at San Diego Comic-Con. The clip gives us the first look at Team Arrow 2.0 recruits Evelyn Sharp (Madison McLaughlin) and Wild Dog (Rick Gonzalez) and closes with the shocking revelation of its Season 5 “Big Bad” Prometheus. McLaughlin portrayed Evelyn Sharp/Black Canary in Season 4 episode “Canary Cry.” In Season 5 she goes on to form her own identity as Artemis. Arrow Season 5 returns… »
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).
“Arrow” Season 5 is all about building a new Team Arrow, as the first trailer for the return of the CW superhero drama suggests. The first trailer was unveiled Saturday during the show’s panel at the San Diego Comic-Con. After the death of the Black Canary (Katie Cassidy) in Season 4, Oliver Queen’s (Stephen Amell) close circle of superheroes mostly disbanded, Thea (Willa Holland) and Diggle (David Ramsay) both leaving town, with only Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) still by his side as he accepted the role of Mayor of Star City. Also Read: 'Legends of Tomorrow' to Fight Legion of Doom in. »
- Linda Ge
It’s time to get the band back together — or, form a new one! — as Arrow opens Season 5.
As seen in the trailer for the CW series’ new run, Oliver (begrudgingly) takes Felicity’s advice to break in a new battalion of wannabe heroes, in the wake of Diggle and Thea quitting the team.
“The Flash” revealed the first trailer for Season 3 at Comic-Con on Saturday, giving fans a glimpse at the “Flashpoint” timeline, which featured plenty of differences from Barry Allen’s (Grant Gustin) original universe.
With both of Barry’s parents alive, our speedster’s relationships with Joe (Jesse L. Martin), Iris (Candice Patton), Cisco (Carlos Valdes) and Caitlin (Danielle Panabaker) are markedly altered, but perhaps the biggest change is the fact that Keiynan Lonsdale’s Wally West is now Kid Flash in the new timeline. “There’s similar qualities,” between Kid Flash and Barry’s speedster, Lonsdale said. “He’s Kid Flash, so I tried to play him with a young, lighthearted cockiness to him that can sometimes be his downfall, but he’s just in a really good place mentally; he’s never felt more sure of himself.”
One thing that hasn’t changed in Flashpoint is Barry’s encounter with the particle accelerator, meaning »
- Laura Prudom
With Warner Bros.’ DC Extended Universe panel sending Hall H of the San Diego Comic-Con into a frenzy earlier today with trailers for Suicide Squad, Wonder Woman and Justice League, WB has now handed things over to the small screen side of the DC universe, and the DC’s Legends of Tomorrow panel has certainly dropped some interesting news.
As well as confirming that Stephen Amell will guest star in the season two premiere, the panel revealed that the show will be adding the Justice Society of America, featuring a roster of Commander Steel (Nick Zano), Vixen (Maisie Richardson-Sellers), Obsidian, Stargirl and Doctor Mid-Nite, with the latter three heroes yet to be cast.
Not only that, but season two will see the team going up against the Legion of Doom, consisting of Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman), Damien Darhk (Neal McDonough), Reverse-Flash (Matt Metscher) and Captain Cold (Wentworth Miller).
“For season two of Legends, »
- Gary Collinson
Besides racing to a second season and making the move from CBS to the CW, “Supergirl” presented the iconic character of Superman at Comic-Con in the form of actor Tyler Hoechlin at their panel on Saturday.
Season two filming hasn’t started yet but executive producer Sarah Schechter started the panel by talking about the move to the CW where “The Flash,” “Arrow” and “Legends of Tomorrow” also air. “We’re so grateful to CBS for launching the show, for putting Melissa on buildings all over the world and for all their support,” she said. “We obviously do so much with the CW so there’s a real shorthand there. If you say metahuman they know what you’re talking about.”
While there were musings about the previously announced epic crossover between the four DC series, Schechter gave no indication about what that might look like but did say, “We’re super excited for the crossover of »
- Jim Halterman
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
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