"The Flash" Adds "Harry Potter" Star Tom Felton as Series Regular
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DC has two distinct movie and TV universes, and CBR tries to determine the rules for who goes where, and how multiple versions of characters fit in.
Two new "Suicide Squad" promo show how Amanda Waller has gathered the "worst heroes ever."
Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Batgirl, Harley Quinn and more of your favorites take on Eclipso in their first movie, "Hero of the Year."
A new report indicates the studio is considering more management changes in the wake of "Batman v Superman."
"This is kind of an unprecedented moment in terms of the history of network television," the actor said.
Jared Leto's Joker is ready for his MTV close-up.
Swatting down rumors, DC's chief creative officer has announced what the Warner Bros. movie is really called.
Charles Roven -- who's worked on DC films since "Batman Begins" -- will no longer serve as producer on WB's comic book adaptations.
Danielle Panabaker discusses Zoom's infatuation with Caitlin, and her character's willingness to "push herself to new extremes" to take down the villain.
Executive Producer John Stephens discusses Bruce's Batman growth, Fish Mooney's new abilities and a major twist in the finale's final scene.
Barbara Gordon's costumed career will be spotlighted in the upcoming adaptation of Alan Moore and Brian Bolland's graphic novel.
Supergirl! The Flash! Green Arrow! Let us know which DC Comics television hero is your favorite!
The teaser for NBC's super-powered sitcom introduces us to the DC Universe, from a normal person's perspective.
The CW has released a new look at Team Arrow's final showdown with the magic-powered HIVE leader.
Marc Guggenheim tells CBR the showdown with Vandal Savage closes his story with the Hawks, though the threat of war with the Thanagarians remains.
The co-publisher reveals how Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman informed the new "Rebirth" logo.
WB has put Geoff Johns and Jon Berg in charge of DC Films, with the intention to steer the superhero division in a better direction.
The network has released the full description for the super-powered comedy based around DC Universe characters.
After multiple incidents became public, DC states the company is taking steps to ensure anti-harassment policies are "respected and reinforced."
Oliver and crew join forces with the Calculator in order to save Thea from the hands of Merlyn -- at least, that's the plan...
Television's superhero landscape has never been more colorful thanks to DC Comics' slate of shows. Which of DC's live-action heroes is your favorite?
Team Arrow comes to the aid of their captured compatriot, only to discover that Damien Darhk's influence has spread further than they expected.
The Penguin, Fish Mooney and Butch are all part of the big season finale, but will "Gotham's" crime family reunite, or throw down with each other?
Captain Cold faces off with Chronos while Rip Hunter leads his team on a mission against the Time Masters.
The episode descriptions for "Gotham's" final two episodes reveal a familiar face making their return to the crime-filled city.
Even one of the most vile despots of all time will do whatever it takes to save his loving daughter.
Executive Producer Phil Klemmer promises a finale that "lays waste" to Season 1's status quo, setting up an entirely different Season 2.
Diggle continues to hunt down his brother Andy and Damien Darhk, but he may have bitten off more than he can chew.
James Bamford spoke with CBR about teaching Stephen Amell how to fight like a vigilante, and expectations for the Season 4 finale.
David Ramsey discusses Diggle's fall from grace with CBR News, promising a stronger-then-ever Team Arrow in Season 5.
A metahuman from the past makes an appearance in in the second "Chronicles of Cisco" installment.
Harrison Wells comes face-to-face with a man cursed by the actions of his Earth-1 counterpart.
Azrael has murder on his mind, and he'll kill anyone who gets in between him and his target: Detective James Gordon.
While the Oscar winner is "excited to be playing that iconic character," he admits that he won't get much screentime in his first appearance.
DC is "restructuring" Vertigo, and with that comes the departure of Executive Editor Shelly Bond, who has been with the imprint since its earliest days.
A Kryptonite-powered, battle-armor wearing Alex battles Kara in a scene from "Supergirl's" final Season 1 episode.
Ray Palmer's gunning to rid the Wild West of outlaws in a CBR-exclusive clip from "Legends of Tomorrow's" Jonah Hex-starring episode.
Actors from the hit TV show shared experiences from the set, and Robbie Amell wants to stop dying!
The Teen Titans morph into their superhero personas in a CBR-exclusive clip from the animated superhero clash.
Dwayne Johnson sported a Black Adam shirt and gave his villainous role a shout out while hosting the award ceremony.