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.
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Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn is the headliner in the planned Birds of Prey movie, but who will join her for the ride? A new report suggests some fan-favourite DC Comics characters.
While it was initially thought that This Is Us star Ron Cephas Jones was the frontrunner to join Warner Bros.’ upcoming Shazam! as a key DC Comics character who plays a pivotal role in Billy Batson’s journey to becoming a hero, it turns out that that probably isn't the case.
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.
In retrospect, it makes all the sense in the world that Aquaman would be right at home riding on the hood of the Batmobile.
Aquaman is Warner Bros.' latest entry into the ever-expanding DCEU, but it's also something much more fascinating on a technical level. It's an action movie that takes place mainly underwater, something that could either be brilliant or absolutely terrible. While the first images from the film don't give us an idea of which way the tide will turn, they are pretty to look at.
Big changes have been happening in the upper echelons of Warner Bros.' DC superhero division, and they might mean that the Fastest Man Alive's upcoming solo film won't be quite as dark as his infamous 2011 time-travel comics storyline. A new report gives us updates on the Flash's solo film, something we haven't had in a while, as well as the larger DC Entertainment picture.
As DC Entertainment's president, Geoff Johns has had a hand in the production of some of the company's most stellar television, film and comics projects in recent memory, including The Flash, Wonder Woman and Doomsday Clock. Now, though, Johns is stepping into a new role that will give him more time for creating content.
In Upgrade - the latest film directed by Leigh Whannell - a man named Grey Trace recovers from violent crime and paralysis with advanced technology that makes him a sort of vigilante superhero. Cool as he is, he's just a new addition to a long list of iconic bionic people. Here's some of our favourites.