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Given that season 2 of The Flash closed with Barry’s decision to travel back in time to change his past (an event known as Flashpoint in the comics), we can obviously expect some big status quo changes in season 3. Though we can glean only a few things about next season from the trailer, released at San Diego Comic-Con, we also managed to get some clues directly from the cast about where Flashpoint will position their characters in this alternate reality.
While Sunday night marked the end of the 2016 San Diego Comic Con, it also brought the debut of director and pop culture icon Kevin Smith’s new talk show Geek!ng Out on AMC television. Smith along with his show co-host Greg Grunberg came to Comic-Con to talk about how their new show is about “more […]
NBC brought SDCC-goers a sneak peak at Powerless, a hybrid of a workplace comedy and a DC superhero show, in a special preview night screening. The comedy involves a group of non-superpowered characters living in the DC universe and working at an insurance agency, cleverly dubbed RetCon Insurance Co. In addition to the more traditional relationships […]
At the end of a 50th celebration panel for Star Trek, Bryan Fuller offered a huge announcement for those in attendance: the new Star Trek TV series he’ll be showrunning next year will be called Star Trek Discovery. A logo has been created for just this occasion, which was shared first to all those in […]
The Hollywood Reporter announced today that Sinatoro, an upcoming comic from Grant Morrison and Vanesa R. Del Rey is being adapted for television by Universal Pictures. Adam Armus and Kay Foster will be writing the screenplay – alongside Morrison himself. Scheduled to be published by Black Mask Studios next year, Sinatoro is casually described in the announcement […]
(Note: This article contains spoilers for Mr. Robot seasons 1 & 2) Mr. Robot season 2 kicked off a few weeks ago, and showed several characters falling apart while dealing with the consequences of last year’s finale. One of the most notable changes was in Portia Doubleday’s Angela, who had accepted a job at Evil […]