Archive for October 10, 2017

Arrowverse Crossover Set Photo Reveals Wedding Twist

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Warning: SPOILERS for the upcoming Arrowverse crossover

A new set photo from the upcoming Arrowverse crossover is showcasing what appears to be a serious twist on the wedding of The Flash’s Barry Allen and Iris West since it seems to also be the wedding of Arrow’s Oliver Queen and Felicity Smoak.

The now annual mega crossover between Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, and Legends of Tomorrow has become something akin to the summer blockbuster version of The CW’s DC Universe, showcasing big, dramatic stories and action on a scale the modestly budgeted shows can’t really deliver on a weekly ...

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Supergirl Battles Psi & Faces Her Fears In ‘Triggers’ Promo

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Yael Grobglas and Melissa Benoist in Supergirl Season 3 Episode 2

The trailer for the next episode of Supergirl features the villain Psi. Supergirl returned to The CW for season 3 and in the premiere showed audiences a much darker side of the hero than they are used to. Six months have gone by for the characters since the season 2 finale, and Kara had embraced her alien side, attempting to put aside her humanity in order to hold back her emotions about Mon-El. All of her friends tried in their own ways to draw her out, but in the end it was a vision of Mon-El who finally convinced her to “wake up” and resume her life.

A lot has changed for National City in the last six months. Shady real estate developer Morgan Edge has taken advantage of the devastation left behind by the Daxamites to become richer. Cat Grant has left once more – this time to be press secretary for ...

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Disney No Longer Developing Animated Jack & the Beanstalk Film

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Walt Disney Pictures Animation has shelved plans to make Gigantic, an update of the time-honored Jack and the Beanstalk tale. Without question, Disney has been the gold standard in animation since the release of its first full-length feature film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in 1937. Dominating the hand-drawn animation genre for decades after that, the studio quickly adapted to computer animation following the groundbreaking debut of Pixar’s Toy Story in 1994, a film that Disney distributed at the time and company it became permanent partners with after it purchased the animation studio in 2006.

Both Disney Animation and Pixar have grown leaps and bounds since then, with ...

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Can Supergirl Move On From Losing Mon-El in Season 3?

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Warning: SPOILERS ahead for Supergirl: Season 3 Episode 1

Supergirl spent its second season (the first on its new home on The CW) introducing new characters and building up a new status quo that put it, for better or worse, more in line with the tone of fellow DCEU TV series like Arrow, Flash and Legends of Tomorrow. Some of those changes were widely mourned (Supergirl fans have yet to “get over” the loss of Calista Flockhart’s Cat Grant) while others, like Alex Danvers’ coming out story and romance with Maggie Sawyer were near-universally praised. But the most divisive was the presence of Mon-El, the ...

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Apple Rebooting Amazing Stories From Steven Spielberg & Bryan Fuller

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Apple is set to reboot 1980s anthology series Amazing Stories, with Steven Spielberg and Bryan Fuller both on-board. Arguably the golden era for the genre, the 80s played host to lots of well-remembered anthology programming, including Tales from the Darkside, The Ray Bradbury Theater, and CBS’ first attempt at rebooting The Twilight Zone. One of the most critically acclaimed anthology series to come out of the decade was Amazing Stories, created by Spielberg.

Premiering on NBC in September 1985, Amazing Stories ran for only two seasons, producing 45 total episodes. Despite being nominated for 12 Emmy Awards – and winning 5 – Amazing Stories failed ...

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