2/18/2021 8:59 am
Early last year we had announced that there were plans for an animated mini-series focused on Aquaman, to be helmed by James Wan, the director behind the highly successful live-action Aquaman movie. The three-part limited series titled Aquaman: King of Atlantis is aimed for kids and families, and we now have the first image of how the show will look like. It's definitely a departure from the type of art style we've come to recognize in shows such as Young Justice and Harley Quinn, but we are intrigued by the uniqueness and fun style. Check it out:
2/17/2021 3:40 am
HBO Max’s Peacemaker, starring John Cena in the titular role, has announced two new cast members joining the series in recurring roles.
Alison Araya and Lenny Jacobson have been cast as a married couple named Amber and Evan in this upcoming spin-off series to James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad. Araya’s previous credits include roles within Riverdale, Julie and the Phantoms, and another DC Comics property, Arrow.
Jacobson previously starred in Netflix’s Narcos: Mexico, and is currently starring on Apple TV’s For All Mankind. Jacobson has also starred in other productions such as Bumblebee, Nurse Jackie, and Like Father.
They will join previously announced series lead, John Cena, as well as series regulars such as Jennifer Holland, Steve Agee, Danielle Brooks, Chris Conrad, Robert Patrick, and Chukwudi Iwuji. HBO Max’s Peacemaker is expected to be released sometime after the release of The Suicide Squad on August 6, 2021.
2/15/2021 8:33 am
Every superhero goes through the growing pains of figuring out who are their allies, and who are their acquaintances, and Ryan is clearly still in the process of figuring that out herself. Clearly the stand-off between Ryan and Luke will be reaching a head, with Ryan putting her foot down in the new trailer for next week's episode. We had the surprise appearance of Ryan's ex, who we'll get to see some more of, while Sophie remains the potential ally who Batwoman doesn't trust, with good reason. Check out the full trailer below:
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2/12/2021 4:12 pm
The new gallery for the fifth episode has been released, and the 13 images below tell quite a story. As we know from the synopsis, everyone is focused on a painting that could be the key to figuring out what happened to Kate, and it seems that Ryan will be tasked with getting in to an event where the painting will be in display. And from the looks of it, she'll be using a Batarang as her ticket to the event. Meanwhile we see that Alice will be dealing with her own stuff as she searches for answers regarding her time at Coryana. Check them out:
2/12/2021 3:54 pm
In some disappointing news, it seems that the Wonder Girl series wasn't meant to be. Dailyn Rodriguez, who was set to be the EP for the show, announced on Twitter earlier today that The CW had passed on the opportunity to have the show join the slate of DC heroes on TV. Her statement as posted on Twitter reads:
So some sad news. For all of those asking, Wonder Girl is not getting picked up at the CW. I was very proud of the script I wrote. Wish I could’ve shared the world I created, but unfortunately it wasn’t meant to be. Thanks for everyone’s enthusiasm. It meant a lot to me.
It's certainly not what we were expecting, the idea as far as we had understood was that The CW was aiming for a different age group of heroes, such as Stargirl and the new Justice Society, the upcoming Naomi, and even Painkiller having a late teens/ early adults vibe. Yara Flor would have certainly fit in with the group, but at least for now, it's being shelved. Time will tell if the idea gets revisited.
2/12/2021 3:42 pm
While we're all eagerly waiting for Superman & Lois to premiere, we have the synopsis for the second episode. With the Kents having moved to Smallville, they will have to adjust to new lives outside of the city, where barbecues are town events. But some things will remain the same, like Lois' journalistic spirit, where it will clash with the likes of Morgan Edge. What it might be about we have yet to find out, but it's be good to see that Lois will have her own plot. Check out the episode description below:
THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE HOME – While adjusting to their new lives in Smallville, Lois (Elizabeth Tulloch) and Clark (Tyler Hoechlin) make an important decision concerning one of their sons. Meanwhile, tensions begin to rise between Lois and Morgan Edge (Adam Rayner). Lastly, Lana Lang Cushing (Emmanuelle Chriqui) invites the Kent family over for a barbecue. Jordan Elsass, Alexander Garfin, Erik Valdez, Inde Navarrette, Wole Parks and Dylan Walsh also star. (#102). The episode was written by Todd Helbing and directed by Lee Toland Krieger. Original airdate 3/2/2021. Original airdate 3/2/2021.
2/12/2021 3:28 pm
After the lull of last year due to COVID, pausing all production, it's great to see that we're getting back to the normal schedule of the many DC shows returning to our screen. The Flash will be making his new season premiere during the first week of March, continuing with the Mirror Master storyline, as well as tackling Barry's deteriorating speed. We now have the synopsis, and it seems that Wells will be coming up with a dangerous solution to solve Barry's problem, after his original idea backfires. Check out the full synopsis below:
SEASON PREMIERE – When an experiment to save Barry’s (Grant Gustin) speed backfires, Nash Wells (Tom Cavanagh) searches for a way to save The Flash and comes up with a dangerous plan. Meanwhile, Iris (Candice Patton) makes a startling realization inside the Mirrorverse and Cecile (Danielle Nicolet) faces off with Rosa Dillon (guest star Ashley Rickards). Alexandra La Roche directed the episode written by Sam Chalsen & Lauren Certo (#701). Original airdate 3/2/2021.