With a very solid first season and a near-flawless second season, many haven’t hesitated to call Arrow the best live action comic book series ever. However, the series did face some competition this year with Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., which airs on ABC. While the Avengers spin-off has more weekly viewers than Arrow‘s usual, fans commonly…Continue Reading “ARROW’s Andrew Kreisberg Discusses Competition From AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. And Other Comic Book Shows”

Quickly becoming one of the biggest action stars of the decade, Dwayne Johnson is one actor that many fans want to see in a comic book movie. Years ago, when a Shazam film was in development, “The Rock” was in talks to play the villainous Black Adam. More recently, he was negotiating to play DC’s Lobo,…Continue Reading “Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson Teases Involvement With Unspecified DC Movie Project”

Another day, another Justice League: War image. Once again via @SuperPRGuy, a new still from the upcoming animated movie is online. The image features Cyborg (Shemar Moore), Wonder Woman (Michelle Monaghan), Green Lantern (Justin Kirk) and The Flash (Christopher Gorham) showing that “teamwork gets the job done.” The New 52 adaptation also features the voice talents…Continue Reading “Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Cyborg And The Flash Team Up In New JUSTICE LEAGUE: WAR Image [UPDATED With A Second Still]”

2013 was a particularly monumental year for DC Entertainment. A movie universe featuring its iconic characters is finally moving forward, while a number of new television shows were announced. As usual, animated adaptations for both film and TV were unveiled, and a slew of video games were released. The following is the fourth and final…Continue Reading “DC Entertainment: A Year in Review – Part 4 [Video Games]”

Back in 2010, a year before Green Lantern hit theaters, screenwriters Marc Guggenheim, Greg Berlanti and Michael Green were working on not only a sequel to that film, but an adaptation of The Flash. Of course, Green Lantern‘s critical and financial failure made the future of both projects uncertain. While there are apparently no plans…Continue Reading “Leaked Page From THE FLASH Script (2011) Featuring A Key Post-Credits Cameo”

2013 was a particularly monumental year for DC Entertainment. A movie universe featuring its iconic characters is finally moving forward, while a number of new television shows were announced. As usual, animated adaptations for both film and TV were unveiled, and a slew of video games were released. The following is the third part of…Continue Reading “DC Entertainment: A Year in Review – Part 3 [Animation]”

Speaking with Comic Book Resources, Justice League: War director Jay Oliva and producer James Tucker talk about the first animated New 52 adaptation. After a string of stand-alone movies, Tucker suggests that upcoming titles will be much more closely connected. “We did ‘Flashpoint,’ and originally ‘Flashpoint’ was gonna be just a standalone and we were…Continue Reading “JUSTICE LEAGUE: WAR Director & Producer Talk Modern Adaptations, Aquaman’s Absence And More”

2013 was a particularly monumental year for DC Entertainment. A movie universe featuring its iconic characters is finally moving forward, while a number of new television shows were announced. As usual, animated adaptations for both film and TV were unveiled, and a slew of video games were released. The following is the second part of…Continue Reading “DC Entertainment: A Year in Review – Part 2 [Television]”

John Wesley Shipp is best known for his role as Barry Allen in the 1990s Flash television series. Appearing on the Out Loud and Live! podcast (thanks to FlashTVNews for the transcription), the actor is asked about his reaction to Grant Gustin landing the role on Arrow and his own potential spin-off series. “The first thing I…Continue Reading “Former FLASH John Wesley Shipp Shares His Thoughts On The CW’s Series And Grant Gustin”

2013 was a particularly monumental year for DC Entertainment. A movie universe featuring its iconic characters is finally moving forward, while a number of new television shows were announced. As usual, animated adaptations for both film and TV were unveiled, and a slew of video games were released. The following is the first part of…Continue Reading “DC Entertainment: A Year in Review – Part 1 [Movies]”