Christopher Lloyd is game for a fourth Back to the Future film. The Walking Dead recruits another time-skip character from the comics. Danielle Panabaker will head behind the camera for The Flash’s next season. Plus, a new look at Fear the Walking Dead’s return, and what’s to come on The 100. To me, my spoilers!
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Don’t expect one Infinity War team up to make another appearance in Spider-Man: Far From Home. The new Child’s Play movie reboot won’t feature the classic voice of Chucky. There’s more casting rumours for DC Universe’s Titans and Doom Patrol shows. Plus, updates on the Doctor Who Christmas special, and what’s to come on Cloak and Dagger. Spoilers, away!
With this week's season finale of Supergirl, we've come to the end of another wave of DC/CW superhero goodness. We've had highs and lows, and surprises and shocks, but it's officially time to cast our eyes to the next seasons of the frankly ludicrous number of DC superhero shows on the CW. This is what we want from Kara, Barry, Jefferson and the rest of the gang when they return this spring.
Gotham wants to bring a bunch of comic book characters to its final season. Get another look at Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom's new hybrid dino. Could Universal be trying to keep the dream of its "Dark Universe" alive? Plus, what's to come on the season finale of The Flash, and teasers for the CW's new Roswell reboot. To me, my spoilers!
It's easy to understand why fans of the Arrowverse want to see the CW's newest team of live-action DC superheroes team up with Teams Flash, Arrow, Supergirl, and Legends of Tomorrow. But sorry, folks, because the fact of the matter is that Black Lightning is really, really, really set in its own universe.
Another Ernest Cline novel is coming to the big screen. Lynda Carter is still hoping for a cameo in Wonder Woman 2. The Russo Brothers (through Thanos) demand your silence for Avengers: Infinity War. Legends of Tomorrow promotes another familiar face to a regular role in season four. Plus, what's to come on Black Lightning. Spoilers, away!
Michael Gracy offers an update on the live-action Naruto movie. Another Stephen King classic could be heading to TV. Stephen Amell thinks it's inevitable that Black Lightning will cross over with the other CW/DC shows. Plus, new Captain Marvel set pictures and footage from what's to come on Gotham. Spoilers, away!
Duncan Jones discusses the Prez movie that was never to be. Carol Danvers gets her '90s looks on in new Captain Marvel set pictures. Black Panther's composer is heading to Venom. Plus, a sneak peek at Yo-Yo's new upgrade on Agents of SHIELD, and new footage from Incredibles 2 and Riverdale's musical episode. Behold, spoilers!
One of the most fascinating things about Black Lightning is how it's managed to keep itself fairly grounded and restrained in moments where many of the CW's other shows tend to err on the more fantastical side. All of that changed this week, though, when the show decided to embrace the inherent wildness of the comics.
Pacific Rim: Uprising director Steven S. DeKnight still dreams of a crossover with King Kong and Godzilla. John Boyega teases a war in the stars for Star Wars: Episode IX. A Crazy Ex-Girlfriend star is coming to iZombie. Plus, Ant-Man and the Wasp concept art, a gory new look at Ash vs. Evil Dead, and a creepy new Westworld poster. Spoilers get!
Unlike most the CW's other superheroes, who often rely on a close-knit network of allies who assist them when their vigilante work gets to be too much, we've really only ever seen Black Lightning working with one or two other people. Now, though, Jefferson's finally getting something like a team of his own - and he just happens to be related to all of them.
Get a look at Shazam!'s electrifying new logo. Peyton Reed discusses Wasp's important role in Ant-Man and The Wasp. Preacher adds a few more intriguing new characters. Plus, footage from the season finale of The X-Files, and Ryan Murphy confirms a few more familiar faces for American Horror Story. To me, my spoilers!
As much as Black Lightning might want you to cheer for its titular hero from week to week, it can be a little frustrating watching him repeatedly come so close to figuring out one of the many mysteries he's investigating only to miss all of the glaring signs right there in front of him. Thank goodness he isn't the only one on the case.