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Executive producer Andrew Kreisberg reveals that the Earth-Two Ronnie Raymond traveled down a much darker path than the Firestorm fans knew.
Chris Pine "couldn't be happier" to support Wonder Woman; Krysten Ritter wonders how Jessica Jones will fit in with a team and more.
Showrunner Andrew Kreisberg lets slip the possible appearance of an iconic villain during a podcast discussion with Kevin Smith.
The new heroes will bring "wits and humor" to the serious "Civil War"; Brooklynites say TV sets interfere with their lives and more.
EPs Andrew Kreisberg & Ali Adler and stars David Harewood & Chyler Leigh discuss the twist in tonight's "Supergirl" and what it means for DC fans.
"Supergirl" Executive Producer Andrew Kreisberg and star Melissa Benoist discuss Kara's missing powers, and what it means for the character.
Silver Banshee will target "Supergirl" in the new year, with Italia Ricci set to guest star as the villain in episode 14 of the show's first season.
Downey talks being part of "Civil War's" "old guard"; Feige discloses more about Martin Freeman's "Captain America" character and more.
Executive producer Andrew Kreisberg gives a straightforward answer to the crossover question that's been asked all season long.
With the second half of the "Flash"/"Arrow" crossover wrapped, here's some insight into the six biggest moments of the episode.
Gal Gadot and Chris Pine were spotted again on "Wonder Woman's" WWI-era set; Rachel McAdams praises "Strange" director and more.
Following major developments in the first half of the "Flash"/"Arrow" crossover, CBR has insight from Teddy Sears (Jay Garrick) and Andrew Kreisberg. SPOILERS!
EPs Greg Berlanti, Andrew Kreisberg & Marc Guggenheim, and Hawkman actor Falk Hentschel discuss the challenges in making a true 2-hour superhero epic.
"Supergirl" EP Andrew Kreisberg pays homage to the heroes that came before; production on "Doctor Strange" heads indoors and more.
WBTV has locked down Andrew Kreisberg, who's already an executive producer on four of the studio's DC Comics-based television series.
Last night's "Supergirl" featured a number of surprises, one of which may allude to a character's comic book origins.
Grodd will return to "The Flash" on Nov. 17, to kidnap Caitlin (Danielle Panabaker) in an upcoming episode titled "Gorilla Warfare."
Carlos Valdes shares his feelings about Cisco's evolution; the "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." super-team opens up its membership and more.
Zoom had a massive something (or someone) special up his sleeve on tonight's episode of "The Flash."
"Flash" EP Andrew Kreisberg and cast member Danielle Panabaker discuss the major happenings from "The Fury of Firestorm" -- SPOILER WARNING!
"Supergirl" EPs discuss what that reveal means for Supergirl and how one villain acts as a quasi-prequel to "Superman II."
Executive Producer Andrew Kreisberg and actress Danielle Panabaker discuss the future and alternate-universe realities of "The Flash."
Executive producer Andrew Kreisberg and star Danielle Panabaker open up about the Flash foe's upcoming season two appearance.
Executive producers Greg Berlanti, Andrew Kreisberg and Ali Adler and star Melissa Benoist discussed the show's big bad, female friendships and more.
"Flash" EP Andrew Kreisberg discusses possibility of returning characters; Jon Watts remains vague about Miles Morales and more.
"Flash" showrunner Andrew Kreisberg addresses the changes coming in the show's fast-approaching second season.
Former Flash John Wesley Shipp also recounted filming his last episode for the 1991 series with "Star Wars" star Mark Hamill.
Rumors may reveal "Suicide Squad's" villain; "Flash" EP Andrew Kreisberg talks Barry and Jay's relationship and more.
There will be a lot of new faces on "The Flash" in its second season, and executive producer Andrew Kreisberg has shared new insight on them.
Melissa Benoist, Calista Flockhart, Andrew Kreisberg and more discuss what sets Supergirl apart from other superheroes, including her cousin Superman.
Danai Gurira calls the AMC drama's sixth season a "different roller coaster"; Lee says he didn't film his X-cameo alone and more.
Oscar Isaac talks bringing Apocalypse to life; "Wonder Woman" gains the production name "Nightingale" and more.
Horror movie veteran Tony Todd will voice the villainous Zoom in "The Flash" season two, though who's underneath the outfit is still a mystery.
Josh Brolin teases the future of Marvel's Thanos; rumors posit "Thor: Ragnarok" or "Captain Marvel" could film in Australia and more.
The creators of the CW series are out to prove that Iris West is more than just a love interest in the show's second year.
"Arrow's" Wendy Mericle reveals if their Constantine is NBC's; Captain America, Black Panther and Winter Soldier seen on Berlin set and more.
Executive producer Andrew Kreisberg offered more details about the upcoming seasons of "Arrow," "The Flash," "Legends of Tomorrow" and "Supergirl."
Red Tornado, General Sam Lane and Non will appear in "Supergirl's" first season, though her cousin Superman will stick to the background.
After adapting DC's icons to TV in "Arrow" & "The Flash," Executive Producer Andrew Kreisberg promises fresh twists on the superhero template.
DC's Chief Creative Officer talked about trying to make "The Flash" the most comic book TV show and why he's never going to stop writing comics.