“The Flash” revealed the first trailer for Season 3 at Comic-Con on Saturday, giving fans a glimpse at the “Flashpoint” timeline, which featured plenty of differences from Barry Allen’s (Grant Gustin) original timeline. With both of Barry’s parents alive, our speedster’s relationships with Joe (Jesse L. Martin), Iris (Candice Patton), Cisco (Carlos Valdes) and Caitlin… Read more »
Besides racing to a second season and making the move from CBS to the CW, “Supergirl” presented the iconic character of Superman at Comic-Con in the form of actor Tyler Hoechlin at their panel on Saturday. Season two filming hasn’t started yet but executive producer Sarah Schechter started the panel by talking about the move… Read more »
On the next season of The Flash, get ready for a new nemesis, Doctor Alchemy, who is described to be an equal to Barry Allen (Grant Gustin).
The notorious chemist (voiced by Tobin Bell) who suffers from a personality disorder was unveiled today in a trailer for next season. Doctor Alchemy aka Mr. Element Albert Desmond applies his talents to creating elemental weapons. As Desmond, he works in the forsenics lab of Central City’s Police Department. Doctor Alchemy also…
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I mean… what was Flash’s Point? giggle
Hey folks, Harry here… THE FLASH TV show is my bag baby. I’ve seen every episode multiple times – talk with friends endlessly about the show – and the end of season 2… well it gave us something entirely new. After much angst and sadness, the FLASH decided to fill the hole in heart, and by doing that… one can only imagine how changed the world he ran back to would become. This sizzle reel from COMIC CON shows us that Cisco has become a corporate douche – or at least that’s what the slick hair version of his character that is wearing suits instead of the most awesome selection of geeky shirts ever. BOO HISS. giggle. And nothing is how he remembered it. Here… look:
Check out this trailer for #TheFlash Season 3! #SDCC pic.twitter.com/0OXMsfXdfy
— The Flash (@CWTVFlash) July 24, 2016
Episodes need to get here faster and constantly!
Keep it cool,
Season two of the CW’s “Legends of Tomorrow” will feature the time-traveling team encountering a group from the DC superhero past — the Justice Society of America. Executive producer Marc Guggenheim revealed during a panel at Comic-Con Saturday that Justice Society members Rex Tyler, Obsidian, Dr. Midnight, Stargirl and Commander Steel. “Arrow” star Stephen Amell… Read more »
The Girl On The Train What’s it like to be jilted? Thrown over for a new love when you’ve placed your full trust in your betrothed? Trust. It’s the first thing that goes. That’s the dirty little secret of divorce. Conventional wisdom is you split the assets and go on with your life, especially if […]
The film we all need now
Hey folks, Harry here… THE LEGO MOVIE was just pure happy bliss in the theater. I like most of the LEGO direct to video films – and many of the video games, but this looks crazier than most. I love the idea of telling the tale of how Batman broke his secret to his ward (just like Theon “Reek” Greyjoy) – and that transformative moment that turned that Dick Grayson into the brightly hued G-string wearing ROBIN, THE BOY WONDER (played by Michael Cera here! so much awesome!). Now, here’s the Comic Con trailer:
Keep it cool & save your cash for all the Lego Sets this film will produce!
When “Gotham” Season 3 debuts in September, six months will have passed since the Season 2 finale, which saw the inhabitants of Indian Hill escape into the city. At the show’s Comic-Con panel on Saturday, star Ben McKenzie promised that Hugo Strange’s monsters will be “causing anarchy” when we pick up, and that we’ll find… Read more »
A man of many talents and many projects, Max Landis today revealed to Comic-Con that he’s writing a Pepe Le Pew movie for Warner Bros. The news of the animated project came from the Bright screenwriter in the middle of the Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency panel on Saturday. Landis is the lead writer and an EP on the BBC America series based on Douglas Adam’s 1987 novle.
When it come to the French striped skunk, the big screen version of the Looney Tunes and Merrie…
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The “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” ensemble is going to get even larger for Season 2. The cast and producers revealed at Comic-Con that several new heroes and villains will join for the second season, and released photos of the characters. Rex Tyler a.k.a. Hourmans (Patrick J. Adams), who was the first member of the Justice Society… Read more »