Gearing up for the Oct. 10 series premiere, The CW has released seven new photos from the pilot for Arrow, the new superhero drama based on DC Comics’ Green Arrow.
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Arrow stars Stephen Amell, Katie Cassidy and Colin Donnell are featured in the latest promo for the superhero drama, one that’s more in line with The CW’s overall branding. The series premieres Oct. 10.
With just a month to go until the premiere of Arrow, The CW has released a new teaser for the superhero drama based on DC Comics’ Green Arrow.
Person of Interest star Michael Emerson will voice the Clown Prince of Crime in the second part of Warner Bros.’ direct-to-DVD animated adaptation of Batman: The Dark Knight Returns.
Given an expected 2015 release for Justice League, it’s likely little surprise that a new rumor suggests Warner Bros. will use the ensemble film to introduce the studio’s new Batman before it relaunches the franchise.
If there were any remaining doubt, director Affleck has now stated flatly that Warner Bros.’ revived Justice League movie is “not something I’m working on.” With the director of The Town off the list, is the studio setting its sights on Lana and Andy Wachowski?
Torchwood star John Barrowman has signed on for a mysterious recurring role on Arrow, the upcoming CW superhero drama based on DC Comics’ Green Arrow.
The CW has released a new 30-second promo spot for Arrow, and cast Street Fighter actor Byron Mann for a multi-episode arc of the superhero drama. The series debuts Oct. 10.
At least one attempt by Warner Bros. to bring DC Comics’ Justice League to the big screen has fallen apart, and the rumored addition of Ben Affleck to the project has ended up being denied by his people. Is it time to admit defeat on the idea of a JL movie?
While Warner Bros. may want Ben Affleck to helm the long-discussed Justice League movie, a new report contends the director of Gone Baby Gone and The Town isn’t interested.
With a global haul of $732 million, The Dark Knight Rises slipped past Ice Age: Continental Drift on Sunday to become the second-highest grossing film of the year, behind Marvel’s The Avengers.