‘The Flash’ returns for Season 3 with a time-turning “Flashpoint,” only walk back its ‘Back to the Future’ game and make the timeline even more confusing. Plus, what happened to Iris, and just who is this “Alchemy”? Find out in our full review!
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Oh, that sneaky Stephen Amell. When the Arrow star isn’t dropping return announcements for the DC drama’s 100th episode, he’s busy hanging with Supergirl. See for yourself, as Arrow and the Girl of Steel strike a pose in the latest crossover tease.
Earlier today afforded our first look at Supergirl and Superman in action with a new Season 2 premiere clip, but we were missing the full picture. No longer, as you can learn how Superman smells, get an earful of Gotham City, and check out Lena Luthor in the new full Season 2 trailer!
Normally, no one would bat an eye at Arrow indulging in a little celebratory trip down memory lane for its 100th episode, but the hour’s placement in a four-way CW crossover changes the game just a bit. As such, a new photo from the centennial’s table read reveals a surprising guest star from the series’ past, whose presence opens up a whole new quiver of questions.
The CW wasted little time after Kevin Smith’s Flash episode to return him for another run in Season 3, one imminently gearing up for production. Smith even teased his return over Twitter, but may have inadvertently revealed a frosty and telling episode title in the process.
DC and The CW have a habit of granting practical wishes of fans and reporters, to the point that fan-fervor brought Constantine’s Arrow appearance, the Flash-Supergirl crossover and more, most recently cementing a musical crossover for the latter two in 2017. Recent rumors have suggested that Joss Whedon himself might direct the two-part musical extravaganza, with Neil Patrick Harris to boot, but is there any truth to them?
Gotham weirdness aside, it feels like Season 3 straddles a line with the decision to age proto-Poison Ivy character Ivy Pepper from 14 year-old actor Clare Foley into 28 year-old Maggie Geha. Early promotional shots haven’t done the spin any favors, but producers and cast argue that Gotham Season 3 won’t utilize the Batman character’s inherent sexuality, or even her plant-related abilities.
FOX’s Gotham hasn’t descended into all-out costumed superheroes and villains just yet, but the more sensibly-dressed Batman characters usually get their due. As such, our first look at Walking Dead star Benedict Samuel as Gotham’s Mad Hatter looks … well, how would you expect a guy with a top hat to look?
This looks like a job for Superman. Too bad he’s dead.
Slowly, but surely, Legends of Tomorrow is starting to assemble its Justice Society of America. After a snazzy new logo and a few early ties, Season 2 has added iZombie star Matthew MacCaull in a Steel-y new role for the series, one with familial ties to one of our new series regulars.