The CW’s Vixen may make the leap to live-action by her upcoming Arrow appearance, though it seems the character may go back and forth. Not only has the animated CW Seed series been renewed for Season 2, but network heads also comment on the possibility of another live-action spinoff, or potential Legends of Tomorrow appearances.
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Both Arrow and The Flash have made entire industries of geek-friendly casting, so it’s only fair Legends of Tomorrow follow the trend. Fan-favorite Firefly falum (okay, alum) Jewel Staite will cross paths with the Legends of Tomorrow later this season, and may herself have some famous DC forebears.
There’s no arguing that DC Comics maintains a stronger foothold on TV than Marvel, but 2016 will be a huge year for the former’s cinematic exploits as well. To wit, The CW has arranged two new TV specials for January, the first to preview Arrow-Flash spinoff Legends of Tomorrow, followed by a look at Batman v. Superman’s Justice League future, as well as a brand-new Suicide Squad trailer!
Arrow Season 4 managed to up its directing credentials with guest spots for names like Lexi Alexander and James Bamford, a trend that looks to continue into January’s Legends of Tomorrow as well. Bank on The Atom reaching some Innerspace, as veteran director Joe Dante will helm an episode of the new DC drama.
Both The Flash and Arrow have done their part in setting up Legends of Tomorrow, and the heroes of past and present may finally be ready to take flight. Challenge your sense of vertigo with the full roster of DC Legends in a new poster for the January premiere!
Both Arrow Season 4 and The Flash Season 2 have devoted plenty of time to setting up 2016 spinoff Legends of Tomorrow already, and the 2015 crossover will directly delve into the new series’ many heroes and villains. During a recent set visit, Stephen Amell himself teased the format and setup of the two Arrow and Flash crossover episodes, calling the event “the pinnacle achievement for both shows.”
The Flash Season 2 premiere may only have spoken the name, but next week’s “Flash of Two Worlds” will feature the demon speedster Zoom in all his menacing glory, and first voiced by Candyman legend Tony Todd to boot. Get an early look at Zoom and gloom in the latest Flash Season 2 promo!
'Gotham' gets 'The Last Laugh' on all of us, with an episode at once both a series' height, and a frustrating low. No joke, our full review of this week's latest!
Our long national nightmare will abate this week, as both The Flash and Arrow return to the airwaves with new seasons. We’ve seen a few snippets from Barry Allen’s next big bad, but big is the name of the game in our first full clip from the Season 2 premiere, as “Flash Day” ends up interrupted by DC’s Atom Smasher.
The fastest man alive is one step closer to getting a writer and director for the big screen.