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AMC's "Preacher" adaptation may change the race of a lead character; Samuel L. Jackson gives an update on his Marvel future and more.
Team Arrow grapples with difficult truths as Laurel faces her own demons, Ollie comes clean to Thea, and Roy gets his butt kicked by a killer DJ.
David Ramsey explains to CBR how this go-round with the Squad is different from the last, and why Diggle may end up with his own mask.
Sara (Caity Lotz) is back on "Arrow" this week, and a new clip shows that it's not a happy family reunion with Laurel (Katie Cassidy).
Hugh Jackman dances around the topic of Professor X's role in the next "Wolverine"; the "Squad" stars explain the film's Rick Flagg problem and more.
Next week's episode opens up the time travel can of worms as Barry's investigation into his mother's murder heats up.
Barry Allen stumbles his way through a new romance while attempting to solve the mystery of Firestorm, and Joe and Cisco set out on their own investigation.
In this new clip from tonight's "The Flash," Martin Stein confronts his past thanks to Barry and Caitlin Snow.
Carlos Valdes discusses bringing out the 'darker' side of his "Flash" character, Firestorm's arrival and if he'll ever don a costume as Vibe.
Reports state that "Amazing Spider-Man's" star will be affected by the Sony/Marvel deal; a familiar smile arrives in a "Gotham" promo and more.
Ronnie Raymond and Martin Stein collide as the latest DC hero arrives on The CW and the show's executive producer heralds his debut.
Emily Kinney has reportedly signed on to bring DC Comics villain Bug-Eyed Bandit to life on "The Flash."
Director James Gunn talks about the sequel's "risky" story; Tom Hiddleston preps for his return in "Thor: Ragnarok" and more.
Mark Hamill will reprise a role he originated on the original "Flash" series in an upcoming episode of the CW series.
Andrew Lincoln and Norman Reedus reveal the final fate of Rick's beard to "The Today Show"; the Vision gets a closeup in new banner and more.
Actor David Ramsey has posted an Instagram snapshot of the new Suicide Squad lineup, including new addition Cupid.
The villainous Vertigo is back in business in the trailer for next week's "Canaries" episode.
Peggy goes on the run in the next "Agent Carter" episode; Steven S. DeKnight reveals his take on Daredevil and more.
Oliver Queen returns in time to help Team Arrow take down Brick and take back Starling City. Plus, the secret origin of Malcolm Merlyn is revealed.
In a slew of new stills from "The Nuclear Man," Firestorm appears front and center alongside the STAR Labs team.
The S.T.A.R. Labs crew tries to solve the mystery of Firestorm; David Ayer begins work on his villain team-up film and more.
Peek-a-Boo teleports into Central City, Barry Allen gets a new love interest, and Cisco tracks down Martin Stein in a packed, if perhaps haphazardly plotted, episode.
The CW takes a look at this week's episodes from a villainous perspective in two new behind-the-scenes clips.
John Wesley Shipp talks with CBR News about returning to the world of "The Flash," and Henry Allen's key role in tonight's episode.
It's been teased on the show for weeks, and The CW has released the first image of Brandon Routh in the full Atom suit on "Arrow."
"Arrow's" Atom will guest star on the CW series' sister show; Bruno Heller looks ahead towards "Gotham's" season one finale and more.
In a new "The Flash" trailer for CTV, Barry may have met his match in Shawna, a meta-human with teleportation powers.
The twins will be at odds with the Avengers; Simon Kinberg teases that the disco mutant may appear in "X-Men: Apocalypse" and more.
Playing up the show's comedic tone, a new 30-second TV spot for the upcoming CW "crimedy" puts a clever twist on some familiar zombie tropes.
Chris Hemsworth teases "Age of Ultron's" impact on "Thor 3"; "Flash's" Ezra Miller reveals his innermost thoughts on his hero role and more.
Oliver Queen returns to Starling City in a new "Dangerous" trailer, only to find those left behind taking up the mantle in his place.
The creator and the actor discuss what this week's episode of the post-apocalyptic drama means for the characters and remainder of the season.
Photos of Devon Graye's Trickster suit have surfaced; "Carter's" Fazekas and Butters discuss the show's "Avengers" ties and more.
A riot breaks out in a city under siege in the new promo for "Arrow's" upcoming "Uprising" episode.
As Oliver recovers, the rest of Team Arrow swings into action against the increasingly menacing Brick, and Thea stands up to her father.
Black Canary (Katie Cassidy) gets a helping hand from Arsenal (Colton Haynes) in an exclusive clip from tonight's "Arrow."
A "Suicide Squad" feature film won't stop the group from returning to "Arrow" later this season on The CW, this time with Cupid part of the crew.
Executive Producer Andrew Kreisberg explores the latest episode's pivotal reveals and offers a glimpse of the obstacles ahead in Barry Allen's path.
Charlie Cox opens up about the not-yet-revealed Daredevil suit; Simon Kinberg addresses codename concerns in "Fantastic Four" and more.
Peek-A-Boo, Dr. Martin Stein and Linda Park all make their debut in the first promo for "Flash's" "Crazy For You" episode.