We review 'John Wick', analyze the 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' trailer, discuss updates in 'The Conjuring' and 'Insidious' horror series, as well as what's next for 'John Carter'.
DC Comics chief creative officer Geoff Johns refers to the Warner Bros. movies and various television shows as a 'multiverse' - is an eventual crossover in the cards?
'Arrow' lands another villain in 'X-Men's Vinnie Jones, with Roger Howarth joining 'The Flash' as Central City's top reporter.
With another DC Comics hero set to join 'The Flash,' actor Robbie Amell warns that his return as Firestorm won't go smoothly.
We review David Ayer's 'Fury,' discuss rumors of Marvel Studios planning a Civil War storyline, as well as offer our thoughts on DC and Warner Bros' 'Justice League' solo film schedule.
'The Flash' star Grant Gustin and 'Arrow' lead Stephen Amell discuss what their upcoming conflict in the crossover episode will mean for fight scenes.
New set photos from 'The Flash' reveal the team-up of Barry Allen's long-time comic book foes Captain Cold (Wentworth Miller) and Heat Wave (Dominic Purcell).
Brandon Routh talks more about Ray Palmer’s transition from businessman on 'Arrow' to The Atom on The CW’s ‘The Flash’.
DC's 'Justice League' movie universe will get its own Flash in Ezra Miller, who will star in a 2018 solo film about the speedster.
Warner Bros. unveils the DC Comics movie lineup up to 2020, which includes a Green Lantern reboot, two Justice League films, Cyborg, Wonder Woman and more!
'The Flash' has added a new Rogue to its cast, in the form of Pied Piper, one of DC Comics' few openly-gay characters.
'The Flash' finally casts the 'Martin Stein' half of Firestorm with Victor Garber, fueling the idea of a possible spin-off series.
Fans of 'The Flash' TV show are in for a surprise, as set photos reveal a re-imagined Reverse-Flash fighting Barry Allen.
The series premiere of 'The Flash' left fans with plenty of questions. We offer our theories and possible answers.
With new 'Arrow,' 'The Flash' and 'Gotham' marketing showing wildly different tones and audience, has TV killed the belief in a 'serious' DC style?