Dreams come true: Grant Gustin and Melissa Benoist will share the limelight on the March 28 episode of “Supergirl” on CBS! Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg, executive producers of both “The Flash” and “Supergirl” stated: We are so incredibly excited to announce something that we have dreamed of happening since
With the imminent release of Batman: Bad Blood this Tuesday, we’re bringing you another interview one of the actors behind this latest entry in the DC Animated Universe! And, surprise, it’s another Grey’s Anatomy alum. Gaius Charles (Friday Night Lights) voices Luke Fox, who fights crime in Gotham under the
Originally scheduled to be unveiled with Star Wars: The Force Awakens this weekend (can’t wait!), Paramount Pictures has released the first trailer for Star Trek Beyond in response to an early leak yesterday morning. Against the background of “Sabotage,” this trailer features plenty of action and touch of humor (which
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.‘s mid-season finale is on the horizon (which looks like it’ll be a big one, considering tonight’s particularly significant revelations), and while I loathe having to wait so many months to find out the repercussions of whatever cliffhanger is in store, I am comforted that I’ll be entertained
The final piece of that classic Bruce Timm puzzle is complete: Justice League Unlimited: The Complete Series is out TODAY on Blu-Ray from the Warner Archive Collection! After its 39-episode run ended in 2006, Justice League Unlimited closes out what I refer to as the Golden Age of superhero animation.
In recent years, Microsoft has had less-than-stellar performances at E3. In 2013, Microsoft announced the jaw dropping price for the then-upcoming Xbox One with an unnaturally strange focus on TV. In 2014, Microsoft shifted their attention to games on Xbox – this was better, of course – but the announced
The hype train has officially left the station. The yearly media circus that is the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) officially launched yesterday, where all the biggest names in video games vie for your attention and your pre-orders. There’s a lot of noise coming from Los Angeles, but here’s a quick
Avengers: Age of Ultron may have taken most headlines this weekend, but David Ayer wasn’t going to let Marvel hog all the glory. Last night, the writer/director shared the first cast photo of 2016’s Suicide Squad – and it looks pretty damn fantastic. Task Force X assembled and ready. #SuicideSquad