There's always been a noticeable lack of unambiguously gay characters in Disney movies, even as the company has moved towards greater diversity in its famous princess characters. That lack is the reason for things like "Give Elsa a Girlfriend". So, finally, Disney will have a gay character in Josh Gad's LeFou.
While many blogs were devoted to CW's PR passion for Superman before the season started, we all should have been more worried about Supergirl's new beau, Mon-El. Chris Wood infuses secret prince Mon-El with tremendous charm, and plays the transformation from space-bro to woke dude with entertaining gusto. And he's an enormous problem.
In less than a month, martial arts superhero Danny Rand is heading to Netflix for his own TV show — and he's being heralded as "the fourth Defender" as much as he is by his actual hero name, the immortal Iron Fist. He's had a long history in Marvel Comics, both on his own and as a partner in crime-fighting. So here's what you need to know about Iron Fist before his show premieres on March 17.
The CW/DC universe has so far been unafraid to start dealing with alternate Earth versions of its characters — especially Flash, with its regular sojourns to Earth-2. But even though Supergirl is already set on an alternate Earth, it has no plans to reveal its own takes on Barry, Ollie or anyone else any time soon.