I’ve heard it so many times over the last few years, “Oh Arrow? I stopped watching because Oliver Queen is terrible.” Arrow, CW’s flagship superhero show has long had a problem: its titular character is an inflamed hemorrhoidal anus of a character.
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Elseworlds, this year’s big DC/CW crossover, is upon us—kicking off in last night’s episode of The Flash, the mysterious Monitor made his move... and gave us an hour of giggle-inducing metahumor in the process, along with some pretty key character moments for TV’s finest heroes. It was so huge, Gizmodo needed a teamup of its own to discuss!
The CW’s annual superhero crossover events are always interesting if only because they’re an opportunity for all of the network’s characters to get together and bring things out in one another that we don’t typically see in them. The biggest switch up at the heart of this year’s Elseworlds is obviously the Flash and the Green Arrow swapping identities. But in the latest trailer, we get our first look at Superman sporting his classic black costume, which might have a very particular significance to it.
Sure, Batman might just be a myth that Oliver Queen gets to gleefully namedrop every once in a while on Arrow. But at long last, a new Dark Knight has risen in all her glory. It’s time for Batwoman to begin her televisual reign!
The rest of our erstwhile DC/CW heroes in the upcoming Elseworlds crossover might be getting their Freaky Friday on and embracing the team-up madness, but Kate Kane? She’s got work to do. Bat-work to do.
Venom picks up an actor from the MCU, Halloween reveals some extra-gory photos, and the Bond 25 replacement director rumours are in full force. Plus newly cast Star Wars actor Richard E. Grant is already getting hounded to reveal secrets. Search your feelings, readers, spoilers may or may not be true!
Though film and television studios have figured out how to create convincing, life-like dragons and turn people into legendary gods using VFX, it's all too common to find that the budgets for the hair and makeup department don't account for good-quality wigs. We can't let that happen with the CW's upcoming live-action Batwoman.
There are more rumours about just what the live action Star Wars TV show could be based on. The Meg director Jon Turteltaub talks the grisly deaths that got cut from the film. Story beats first planned for Justice League could live on in the Cyborg movie. Plus, new looks at Predator and Bumblebee. To me, my spoilers!
The first set picture from the Sonic the Hedgehog movie has emerged. Shane Black talks Predator reshoots. Fox says its Buffy revival is still a way off. The CW’s potential Batwoman show could start filming sooner than expected. Plus, what’s to come in Cloak & Dagger’s second season. To me, my spoilers!
This spring, Kate Kane was set to descend on the CW’s Arrowverse as a part of its now-traditional multi-show crossover. But Gotham might be about to become a permanent fixture for Ollie and friends, because the CW is planning a potential a Batwoman TV show for 2019.
Supergirl has been firing on all cylinders this season. A move of networks and locales hasn't diminished the show at all, and thanks to an experienced stunt team borrowed from the rest of the Arrow-verse, the action's improved tremendously. But you know what would kick Supergirl up a notch before the inevitable Crisis that will bring it in line with the rest of CW's super shows? Batwoman.