As DC Universe's arrival creeps ever closer, the streaming service is revealing more and more about its original programming — including Doom Patrol, which just cast an important character who'll interact with "the world's strangest heroes:" Cyborg.
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Soon after the first trailer for DC Universe's upcoming Titans series dropped during San Diego Comic-Con, actress Anna Diop -- who plays DC Comics character Starfire -- shut down the bulk of her Instagram account in response to a wave of racist backlash and trolling from people unhappy with her casting.
Comic-Con 2018 has come to a close, and whether our staff were seeing it up close and personal in San Diego or watching from afar back home, we experienced a lot. There was good and bad this year, as always, but we have to admit this time around we were pleasantly surprised by just how great the convention was.
Thought that Titans trailer was the only DC Universe show we’d be hearing about today? Think again: Geoff Johns just revealed one of his myriad upcoming projects is a show based around Justice Society of America superhero Stargirl.
We have a very bizarre early look at X-Men: Dark Phoenix’s new comics-inspired uniforms. A wild rumour suggests the Alien franchise could come to television. Plus, more behind-the-scenes on Ant-Man and the Wasp, and both the cast of Arrow and Riverdale discuss prison stints for their respective leads. To me, my spoilers!
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.
Warner Bros.' newly-named streaming service, DC Universe, looks to be starting things off on the right foot. DC Entertainment has ordered a new live-action series based on the classic comic Swamp Thing, with James Wan (director of Aquaman) serving as executive producer.
Suicide Squad is a weird movie, and not just because it's about a motley crew of supervillains set in the DC universe. The movie itself is also a motley amalgamation -- a strange blend of different tones, stories ,and pacing all mashed into something that has cool individual elements, but never really comes together.