This week, Supergirl is back from her cross-dimensional musical adventure, and Mon-El’s guest star parents are still floating above the earth in their big spaceship waiting to ground him. Also, Alex meets one of Maggie’s exes! “Distant Sun” was directed by Kevin Smith from a script by Gabriel Llanas and Anna Musky-Goldwyn.
The third story trailer for Injustice 2 has arrived, and instead of giving a broad glance at what's going on in the alternate future of the DCU, this video hones in specifically on Supergirl. She's been front and center for a lot of the promotion around Injustice 2, and based on what we know about the game, it makes perfect sense. This new story trailer just drives home how important having Supergirl arrive after Superman's imprisonment really is for the world of Injustice.
Superman must always have a Lex Luthor, and so it is that Supergirl will be sticking with one of Season 2’s best additions. Season 3 of the CW drama has officially upped Katie McGrath’s Lena Luthor to series regular, ensuring our favorite Supergirl ship will live on.
This week, Barry and Kara learn that life is a cabaret, Kara stops defying gravity, Barry has to ease on down the road, and the Music Meister lets the sunshine in. "Duet" was directed by Dermott Downs, with a story by Greg Berlanti & Andrew Kreisberg, and a teleplay by Aaron Helbing & Todd Helbing.
Supergirl may have been whammied into a musical Flash crossover, but rest assured, the Girl of Steel will be back to her old self in time for Kevin Smith’s directorial return next week. As such, the first full trailer for “Distant Sun” has arrived, featuring bounty hunters against the Maiden of Might, and the return of a familiar DC universe face.
This week, the mysterious ship that’s looking for Mon-El arrives, and everyone has got some explaining to do! Also, we learn that Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” was on display in National City… until it was stolen! “Star Crossed” was directed by John Medlen from a script by Katie Rose Rogers and Jess Kardos.
For all we’ve seen of this week’s Flash and Supergirl musical “Duet,” early promos have been notably devoid of actual singing. That all changes with the help of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend star Rachel Bloom, as a new clip sees Barry and Kara becoming “Super Friends” with our first original song.
One is a kind, caring and sweet person who wants to make a difference. The other is brash and feels isolated from a world that would paint it as an outsider. Somehow, they find a common bond and fall in love, which makes both of their lives a little bit more complete. The archetypes behind the classic fairy tale "The Beauty and the Beast" are ones you can spot again and again in stories dating back centuries. We've assembled some of our favorite examples of "beauty and beast" romances in comics.
It isn’t every day that Flash and Supergirl would cross universes for a musical “Duet,” so The CW is going all out to preview next Tuesday’s extravaganza. In addition to an extended trailer, check out dozens more photos of the big numbers, including some familiar Legends getting their dance on.
We’ve seen a few previews so far, but Flash and Supergirl’s musical meeting is finally upon us. Barry and Kara share a soulful “Duet” in the first full trailer, squaring off against Darren Criss’ Music Meister in a race to the final curtain.