It’s no trick! As revealed this morning on Hitfix, Mark Hamill will be playing James Jesse, perhaps better known as the Trickster, on The Flash.
As revealed not too long ago on The Hollywood Reporter, the upcoming Suicide Squad movie has announced not only which villains will be a part of the Squad, but which actors will be playing them. And whoooa boy, what a list!
Fans who were online last night got a sweet treat from none other than Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice director Zack Snyder: Our first clear look at the Batmobile. Rugged, yet sleek, with a surprising twin cannon mounted on the hood, it shows influences ranging from the popular Tumbler used in Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy to the monstrous tank seen in Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns.
Since the final few moments of Arrow's spectacular Comic-Con trailer, fans have been eagerly anticipating the first onscreen appearance of Season 3's main villain--Ra's al Ghul. An iconic character in comics, film and animation, Ra's is the leader of the infamous League of Assassins and has been a formidable foe to many DC Comics characters.
Ra's was mentioned throughout Season 2 of Arrow, but never seen. And while we'll have to wait until Season 3 gets underway before we see him in action, we now know the actor who will be embodying him--Matt Nable.
During today’s session at the Television Critics Association press tour, The Flash producers announced that actor Wentworth Miller has been cast in the guest starring role of Leonard Snart, better known to most fans as Captain Cold.
It’s hard to stand out in a busy place like Central City, but we’re pretty sure it’s newest resident will be instantly recognizable to DC Comics fans.
In the world of super-powered heroes and villains, scientists often have secrets. Just ask Ray Palmer, the brilliant physicist and inventor who occasionally shrinks himself down to the microscopic level and helps save the world as the Atom. And who was just cast on The CW’s Arrow.
Are you going to Comic-Con? Then you’re going to see the World Premiere of Gotham. At least, if you’re at the show on Saturday night.
Mere moments after The CW announced that The Flash and iZombie have been picked up for series, NBC has announced that the fourth DC Entertainment series under consideration has also been given a green light.
That’s right, John Constantine is getting a TV show.
DC fans, you might want to free up some space on your DVR going into next fall…
Mere days after Fox announced that they had given Gotham a green light, The CW has gotten in on the fun by officially ordering The Flash and iZombie to series. They’ll be joining the already successful Arrow, which is finishing up a highly acclaimed second season and received a third season pickup earlier this year.