Anyone who enjoys the work of director Wes Anderson has long considered the Wilson brothers superheroes. And while Owen eventually became the bigger star thanks to films like Wedding Crashers, his brother Luke is the first to actually become one.
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And you thought there were a lot of movies coming out this year? Get ready to never leave your couch in 2019, because the amount of TV you’re going to want to watch is truly staggering. Here’s our mega-giant list of sci-fi, fantasy, and superhero shows we’re most looking forward to, with the standard caveat that any and all air dates are subject to change.
Turns out the only way you can beat Game of Thrones consistent record as the most pirated piece of TV around is... to hope for a year where it doesn’t air at all. At least that won’t be a problem after this year!
Following their creepy debut on Titans, DC Universe’s Doom Patrol are the next squad of offbeat heroes coming to the streaming platform in a new series. Up until now, we’d yet to see the entire team together (the new Cyborg was notably missing). As we head into the holiday weekend, though, the Doom Family wanted to extend its warmest wishes.
While the first season of DC Universe’s Titans has focused mainly on its titular heroes’ paths to finding each other and becoming the only team capable of averting the oncoming apocalypse, the trailer for the show’s season finale makes a hard pivot into a new story about the world’s greatest detective.
Even though DC Universe’s Titans stars a magical harbinger of the apocalypse and an amnesiac woman who can shoot solar flares from her fingertips, the show’s somehow managed to come across as pretty “street level,” all things considered.
But with the latest episode in the series, “Donna Troy”, Titans gets very clear about just how larger-than-life its world really is.
The title of this week's episode of DC Universe's Titans is a dead giveaway of what it's all about, but there's much more to "Donna Troy" than the mere introduction of a classic comics heroine.
Ahead of Young Justice’s triumphant return to the world of streaming services, DC Universe has just dropped a new trailer for the series’ upcoming third season. Even though the team’s all getting back together to face the biggest threat the world’s ever seen, their combined efforts might just not be enough to fend off the evil that’s coming for them.
Out of all the heroic Titans introduced in DC Universe’s new live-action series, Anna Diop’s Starfire received the most attention and outsized backlash. That was in large part due to how much her portrayal was aesthetically different than the character’s comic book counterpart.
As DC Universe’s Titans has unfolded during its first season, what began as a small cast of high-profile heroes has grown to include a surprisingly large number of characters from DC’s canon who are making their first live-action appearances. The latest member to join the show’s ranks is one Donna Troy.
When Curran Walters' Jason Todd made his surprising debut on DC Universe's Titans last week, it forced Dick Greyson to consider the idea that while he's been off in Detroit trying to let go of his former life in Gotham as Robin, Batman (and apparently the rest of the city) were already well on their way to leaving him in the past.
As surprisingly fantastic as DC Universe’s live-action Titans series is, it hasn’t really had a chance to spend much time with its titular team as a team, given that they’ve all been gradually finding their ways into one another’s orbits...all while trying to survive the apocalypse.
This week, though, that all changed, and it was fantastic.
You can’t exactly make a Swamp Thing television show without casting someone to actually play Swamp Thing. DC Universe has seemingly taken that truth to heart and then some by casting not one, but two actors to portray the titular avatar of the Green.
Even though DC Universe’s Titans is primarily an origin story about the series’ titular outcasts, it’s also a jumping off point for the Doom Patrol, another group of superpowered social misfits, who are the stars of yet another upcoming live-action show.
Last week’s episode of Titans gave us our first look at the Chief’s team of heroes and...well, suffice to say that they’re nothing at all like the Titans in term of their unique family dynamics.
When nailing down a classic character, getting the right influences can be key. For the cast of Titans on DC Universe, they went to exactly the right place.