During San Diego Comic-Con, the CW's upcoming animated series Freedom Fighters: The Ray gave us our very first look at the Arrowverse's Earth-X. The series was supposed to have premiered a few months back, but then something kind of big got in the way: the CW's Crisis On Earth-X crossover.
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Predicting the future is near impossible -- but that doesn‘t stop us all from having a red hot go. Human beings have been predicting the future since the beginning of history and the results range from the hilarious to the downright uncanny.
One thing all future predictions have in common: they‘re rooted in our current understanding of how the world works. It‘s difficult to escape that mindset. We have no idea how technology will evolve, so our ideas are connected to the technology of today.
As different as Justice League and Crisis on Earth-X are in shape and style, they're both trying to tell similar stories. It's just that Crisis tells that story much, much better. As dire as the DCEU may seem right now, not all hope is lost. Warner Bros.' film division just needs to pay attention to what their television arm is doing right.
We have even more confirmation that an actor from the original Star Wars trilogy will not be in The Last Jedi. Arrow has an unlikely guest star this week. There's forking good news for The Good Place. Plus, new footage from the big CW/DC crossover, and Terry Gilliam talks The Man Who Killed Don Quixote. To me, my spoilers!
Video: Earlier today, we got a glorious first look at the ginormous cast (and evil villains) of the CW's next huge DC crossover event, Crisis on Earth-X. Now we have footage, and it looks like the wonderful, Nazi-punching superhero-fest we've all been waiting for.
It's the most wonderful time of the year - that is, if you're a fan of TV stars from across the DC/CW joining together to celebrate both holy matrimony and punching Nazis in the face. Because Crisis on Earth-X, the next big crossover for Arrow, Flash, Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow, is here, and we finally have our first good look at it.
But Wonder Woman 2 is coming a little sooner than you'd expected. The writer behind the It movie is bringing Are You Afraid of the Dark? back to life. Paul Bettany teases his Solo: A Star Wars Story character. Plus, gorgeous Justice League posters, and Nazi Oliver Queen strikes in new footage from the big CW/DC crossover. Spoilers now!
Denis Villeneuve throws water on the rumours he'll direct the next Bond. Meet the characters of Black Panther in some stunning new posters. The Umbrella Academy and Deadly Class adaptations find key members of their casts. Plus, a few new teases for the big CW/DC crossover and new footage from Riverdale. Spoilers get!
A charity play sparks even more wild speculation about Avengers 4. Jessica Chastain wants in on the It sequel. Supergirl casts another member of the Legion of Superheroes, while The Gifted has cast some very sinister comic book twins. Plus, a new Justice League scene, and a snippet of footage from the CW/DC crossover. Behold, spoilers!
There's a crazy rumour about who could play Catwoman in Gotham City Sirens. Laura Dern teases her mysterious Star Wars: The Last Jedi character, Admiral Holdo. Don't expect Kevin Smith to direct Arrow any time soon. Plus, new clips from Star Wars Rebels and Karl Urban hopes for a Thor movie with a female lead. Spoiler Now!
Mark Ruffalo teases big plans for the Hulk beyond Thor: Ragnarok. Get a look at John Cena in action for the Bumblebee movie. The Flash adds an obscure comics villain with a hell of an unpronounceable name. Plus, new pictures from The Inhumans, and new footage from the returns of Arrow and Shannara Chronicles. Spoilers get!
The last season of Arrow centred around the mysterious arrival of Prometheus, a masked bowman seeking vengeance against everything Oliver Queen has been working toward since becoming the Green Arrow. But even though he perished at the end of the season, Promethus will rise again in the CW/DC crossover event.
We now know the premise of this year's gigantic, two-night CW crossover between The Flash, Arrow, Supergirl, and Legends of Tomorrow, and it's a doozy -- and a take on the classic comic book storyline of heroes fighting evil, alternate versions of themselves. But there's a lot more to it than Evil Supergirl's awesome outfit.