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This year's SDCC special edition issue of TV Guide will showcase WBTV content and covers featuring "Arrow," "The Flash," "Gotham" and "Supergirl."
Grant Gustin and Geoff Johns discuss what's to come in "Flash's" sophomore season; Jon Bernthal picks up more Punisher comics and more.
Amid the news of "Sandman" moving to New Line Cinema comes word that director Guillermo del Toro is no longer attached to "Justice League Dark."
Funko's final Comic-Con International exclusives are also the first toys tied to next year's "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice."
A new report reveals that films based on series in DC Comics' mature imprint will be handled by New Line.
A "life coach" keeps "Squad" actors from going too far; Marvel head Kevin Feige says an LGBT hero could appear before 2019 and more.
Enchantress actor Cara Delevingne says Wonder Woman would be "dead in a minute" if she waged a real war wearing her super suit.
The actor got in character as the Joker by giving the "Suicide Squad" cast a video message along with a few terrifying gifts.
Following rumors that "Green Lantern" may star John Stewart and Hal Jordan, Tyrese Gibson announced that he has met with Warner Bros.
Warner Bros. Television is back with limited-edition hotel key cards, this year promoting "Arrow," "The Flash," "Supergirl," "Gotham" and "Teen Titans Go!"
As the tide shifts rapidly in the national debate over the Confederate flag, Warner Bros. has announced it will stop licensing images of the iconic General Lee.
Paul Rudd reveals his son's snarky remark after hearing about "Ant-Man"; new Spidey Tom Holland screentested with Marvel actors and more.
A new rumor posits that Affleck will pull double duty behind the camera and under the cowl for 2018's possible Bat-movie.
Will two or three GLs have a role in Warner Bros.' DC movie-verse, with Pine as Hal Jordan rather than "Wonder Woman's" Steve Trevor?
Footage from DC's 2016 slate of films premiered during Warner Bros. presentation at CineEurope.
"Selma's" Ava DuVernay may be in negotiations with Marvel; "Ant-Man's" Peyton Reed talks working with Russo brothers and more.
In addition to confirming Common's role in the DC villains film, a new rumor places Clint Eastwood's son in a different role than previously believed
Jesse Eisenberg says his Lex Luthor won't be a "silly, villainous"; Jai Courtney talks Jared Leto's method Joker performance and more.
DC Comics' Patty Spivot may join "Flash" next season; new unverified info hints that Aquaman might appear in "Suicide Squad" and more.
Viola Davis talked about Amanda Waller at length with Jimmy Kimmel, even showing off her "Suicide Squad" battle wound.
Ian McKellen discusses his future as Magneto; unconfirmed info may put "Suicide Squad" in a new context and more.
Henry Cavill says Superman "wouldn't even notice" Batman's attack; Ant-Man plays hero in new TV spots and more.
Waterson will play an American based witch named Tina, who encounters magizoologist Newt Scamander during his research in New York.
Batman and Superman take a backseat in this pair of new promotional images for "Dawn of Justice."
"Constantine" EP calls William Shatner "one of the good ones"; Melissa Benoist is ready to inspire as "Supergirl" and more.
The one-time Superman tells CBR "I love being part of the whole Superman lore," and has nothing but praise for Melissa Benoist's Supergirl.
A pair of additional banners from "Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice" build upon the logos of the film's titular heroes.
Lucifer tickles ivories in the first promotional image from the Fox/Vertigo series; "Fear the Walking Dead" reveals a new poster and more.
Another new image from Licensing Expo 2015 finds Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman standing front and center with a LexCorp twist.
Napoleon Solo and Illya Kuryakin team up to save the world in Guy Ritchie’s big-screen take on the '60s TV spy thriller.
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.
Common's "Suicide Squad" look leads to speculation that he could be playing one of a few different DC Comics villains.
On Twitter, LEGO unveiled two mock ups of the first two "Batman v Superman" posters with the tagline "Building 2016."
A pair of images flips the script on Batman and Superman's public image, reimagining the Dark Knight as a guardian angel.
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.
While most superhero movies cash in with action figures and birthday hats, David Ayer's "Suicide Squad" will make merchandise for the grown fan first.
The war between the Dark Knight and the Man of Steel gets its first official description as Cavell and Affleck prep for a fight.
A handful of new set photos from the "Sucide Squad" set offer a closer look at characters like Katana, Deadshot, Killer Croc and more.
Caity Lotz teases the changes coming for Sara Lance upon her return; Chris Pratt calls Gamora's role "instrumental" and more.