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Plus, a mysterious new character for The CW's "The Flash" and Kodi Smit-McPhee hints at his take on Nightcrawler in "X-Men: Apocalypse."
Having uncovered the truth about the Reverse Flash, Barry and his friends must face their most dangerous foe as "The Flash's" first season comes to an end.
In a new teaser image, the Reverse Flash's A.I. Gideon namedrops an important part of Barry Allen's future.
Drameh will play Jay Jackson, a former high school athlete turned car mechanic with a connection to S.T.A.R. labs.
Oliver Queen will return to Central City in "Rogue Air"; Oscar Isaac teases how Apocalypse gathers his forces and more.
"Arrow" EP Marc Guggenheim says Colton Haynes will return once more this season; W. Earl Brown joins the AMC show's cast and more.
Barry Allen's former mentor promises to kill the Flash in this tense promo for next week's episode.
A new threat who can be literally anyone makes Barry Allen look all sorts of stupid while the mystery of the Reverse Flash takes Detective West and Cisco to Starling City.
In "Who Is Harrison Wells?," Team Flash gears up to investigate Harrison Wells, but one of them isn't very happy about it.
A new report confirms and expands upon the series title originally revealed by "Flash" actor John Wesley Shipp.
"Gotham" EP Bruno Heller revealed that season two will start with a Joker-centric story; the Storm siblings and Doom get new photos and more.
In these two new posters for "Arrow" and "The Flash," Barrowman's Dark Archer and Cavanagh's Reverse Flash take center stage.
John Wesley Shipp indicates that the "Flash"/"Arrow" spinoff may bear a title familiar to DC fans.
After being "protected" from the truth by those closest to her, Patton says we'll see a new side of Iris when Barry Allen's secret is finally revealed.
The future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is shaping up as Warner Bros. gets set for its own world with "Superman v Batman" and "Wonder Woman."
If you’re square with Harrison Wells and Eddie Thawne but can’t quite figure out Eobard Thawne, we suggest you consult Google Translate.
The trailer for next week's episode of "The Flash" promises a big leap ahead in the show's Harrison Wells/Reverse Flash mystery.
It doesn't get much more Silver Age than this, as the Atom joins The Flash to face a decidedly retro foe.
The DC dramas of many networks prep their final episodes with guest stars, secrets and surprises while Marvel is all about building a "Civil War."
As Ray Palmer road-trips to Central City, Brandon Routh tells CBR the character finds himself energized by the positivity of the Scarlet Speedster and his pals.
The promo, which features characters like Arrow, the Flash, Ra's al Ghul, Captain Cold and more, pits superheroes against supervillains in arena-style matches.
A wave of new footage and info on the biggest comic book TV shows arrive alongside the latest look at "Avengers: Age of Ultron."
Gal Gadot's Wonder wardrobe could include a dive suit; Markus and McFeely may return for the "Avengers" sequel and more.
The series, which features characters pulled from both DC series, has a working title that tentatively reveals which hero may be at the show's center.
Jim Parrack, Ike Barinholtz and Adam Beach may play familiar characters in "Squad"; "Daredevil" showrunner talks "Wire" comparison and more.
According to "Flash" EP Andrew Kreisberg, Barry Allen and his inner-circle will soon be confronted with knowledge of their futures.
Rumors suggest that Jason Todd will have a role in "Suicide Squad"; Laurel and Quentin travel from "Arrow" to Central City and more.
"The Flash" returns with new episode "All-Star Team Up" in a week, and The CW has released a tense minute-long promo for the episode.
Marvel's cinematic universe may expand into animation; "Age of Ultron's" cast will appear on ABC's shows before the film's release and more.
As "The Flash" hurtles towards it season finale, the Reverse Flash's plan comes into focus and the Atom joins Team Flash in a new trailer from WonderCon.
Showrunner Andrew Kreisberg hopes to introduce Mirror Master and other bad guys in the show's sophomore season.
Lord and Miller may be in the running to helm the live action "Flash" film; James Gunn reveals that Nebula will return and more.
With only a few episodes left before its season finale, "The Flash" gets the WonderCon spotlight, with Andrew Kreisberg and more facing the fans.
The episode entitled "All-Star Team Up" will see Brandon Routh's The Atom as well as Emily Bett Rickards' Felicity Smoak visit S.T.A.R. Labs.
Showrunner Steven DeKnight teases where "Daredevil" may go; Jason Momoa reveals status of "Justice League" script and more.
Karen Fukuhara has joined the "Squad" in a mystery role; "Daredevil" showrunner Steven S. DeKnight reveals his Punisher fandom and more.
The mystery of Harrison Wells is placed into context while new team-ups and foes are teased. All this, and Grodd is coming...
The fate of two Thawnes -- Eobard & Eddie -- took a big turn in the latest installment, and Andrew Kreisberg offered a peek at the immediate impact.
An episode packed with revelations sees two Tricksters, the identity of the man beneath the yellow mask, and Barry's secret shared with two more people.
"Arrow" regulars Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh) and Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) arrive in Central City in April 14's episode of "The Flash."