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Jesse Eisenberg says his Lex Luthor won't be a "silly, villainous"; Jai Courtney talks Jared Leto's method Joker performance and more.
According to the "Arrow" star, Oliver Queen may be headed back to Starling City for a very personal reason.
DC Comics' Patty Spivot may join "Flash" next season; new unverified info hints that Aquaman might appear in "Suicide Squad" and more.
This September, "Arrow" season three and "The Flash" season one will head to Blu-ray and DVD with three hours of additional content.
Ian McKellen discusses his future as Magneto; unconfirmed info may put "Suicide Squad" in a new context and more.
Lucifer tickles ivories in the first promotional image from the Fox/Vertigo series; "Fear the Walking Dead" reveals a new poster and more.
A new casting call for "The Flash" season two seeks "a classically handsome, square-jawed hero in his 30s to early 40s."
Catherine and Vincent are officially a couple, but Kreuk tells SPINOFF their relationship will have to endure plenty of tests in the new season of the CW drama.
Three of the foursome appear in new image from the "FF" reboot; "Man of Steel's" destruction gets called out in new "BvS" promos and more.
Love is in the air for Barry Allen in "The Flash's" second season, but Iris West won't be the object of his affections this time around.
Warner Bros. TV's Comic-Con lineup will feature several shows from their superhero roster, including "Supergirl," "Arrow," "The Flash" and more.
Robbie Amell talks whether his Firestorm half will appear on "Legends of Tomorrow"; Chris Pratt weighs in on a Hulk/"Guardians" crossover and more.
Robert Buckley hints at what his character has in store for the evil Blaine in tonight's season finale, and Major's potential future with Liv.
The zombie mythology of The CW's hit takes over, as Thomas talks with CBR about Liv and company wrapping their first brain-eating year.
Caity Lotz teases the changes coming for Sara Lance upon her return; Chris Pratt calls Gamora's role "instrumental" and more.
"Aquaman" director James Wan gets a message from Jason Momoa; Scott Eastwood talks sharing a set with Jared Leto's Joker and more.
Lexi Alexander has revealed that she will step behind the camera for an installment of "Arrow's" upcoming fourth season.
A twitpic shows part of Paul Bettany after his arrival on set; Chris Pratt doesn't want to lead the Guardians of Cleveland and more.
The lights are on in the writers' rooms for CW's superhero shows; a row of actor chairs hints at an X-Men lineup and more.
Sue and Reed appear face to face in new "FF" image; Havok actor Lucas Till talks about the Summers family tree and more.
Frank Grillo wraps filming on "Captain America: Civil War," Sophie Turner talks playing X-Man Jean Grey and more.
Set videos show off "Suicide Squad's" Batmobile in action; Ryan Reynolds hopes Hugh Jackman will pop up in "Deadpool" and more.
Emma Stone reveals what she knows about "Spider-Gwen"; Hayley Atwell confirms "Agent Carter" will return with 10 episodes and more.
CBR's Dave Richards reflects on the first season of "The Flash" from the perspective of a fan whose favorite Flash isn't Barry Allen.
The "Supergirl" pilot has amassed 120,000 downloads; James Gunn expresses desire to have at least two women on the Guardians and more.
If the comic book history of "The Flash" is any indication, Cisco and Caitlin might not be Barry Allen's only amazing friends come Season Two.
With "Legends of Tomorrow" further expanding DC Comics' TV presence on The CW this fall, which of their heroes is your current favorite?
Marvel have possibly pegged Matthew McConaughey for Norman Osborn; action continues on "Captain America's" set and more.
With "The Flash" having just crossed the Season 1 finish line, CBR looks at the revelations already announced for Season 2!
"The Flash" Season One finished strong on the CW. Now, CBR lays down which villains we want to see challenge Barry Allen this fall!
"Apocalypse's" hair designer teases Oliva Munn's "X-Men" makeover; Captain America and Crossbones duke it out on video and more.
"Flash" executive producer Andrew Kreisberg predicts the future for several of the show's cast members.
When Barry Allen accessed the Speed Force to travel into the past, he peeked into the future of a familiar figure.
The past, present and future collide in a season-ending cliffhanger marked by sacrifice and tantalizing new possibilities.
Ahead of tonight's season finale Grant Gustin says the CW series will introduce Earth-One and Earth-Two "in the near future."
"The Flash" star revealed to CBR News that he filmed a sequence for the finale debuting Firestorm's newest ability, though the scene was ultimately cut.
Robbie Amell discusses his role on the season finale, where his character will appear next season, Firetorm's growing powers and much more.
Leaked art reportedly from "Baman V Superman" shows off Batman's armored look; Chris Pratt hints at non-"Guardians" roles and more.
Grant Gustin reveals that characters like Captain Cold and Heat Wave will be "on three TV shows at one time."
Joseph Illidge examines the response to the first looks at "Supergirl" and "DC's Legends of Tomorrow," plus thoughts on online debate.