Two brand new TV spots from the CW's upcoming superhero drama, The Flash, have been released featuring a voiceover from Arrow star Stephen Amell. The new series, which stars Grant Gustin as the Scarlet Speedster, premieres October 7. Come check it out!
A new promo poster has been released for the highly anticipated second season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and it features the team assembled with the shadow of HYDRA looming over them. Can Ward be trusted? It sure doesn't look like it. Hit the jump to check it out!
The first poster released for season three of Arrow featured Oliver Queen surrounded by new and old allies alike, but this one could be an indication that he will once again end up a lone vigilante after saving Starling City from Deathstroke and putting himself in the sights of Ra's al Ghul...
It's not all television! The latest developments over at Warner Bros. and DC Comics suggest that a big-screen adaptation of Suicide Squad is coming, and it may be helmed by Fury director David Ayer. Check it out!
Fox has released six brand new clips from the pilot episode of their upcoming Batman prequel series, Gotham, which stars Ben McKenzie as James Gordon. The clips focus on a variety of members from the ensemble cast including David Mazouz's Bruce Wayne. Come check it out!
In this latest clip from the upcoming adaptation of the Image Comics graphic novel, Suki (Arrow's Katie Cassidy) listens to the voice in her head telling her to take a frying pan to the head of her houseguest. Click on to take a look..
Hit the jump to check out a new and final poster for Christopher Nolan's sci-fi epic, Interstellar. It features three space travelers knee deep in water with their spacecraft behind them.
DC Comics are bringing another series to yet another network as it has been revealed today that Supergirl (that IS the title) will come to CBS with a full series order! However, far more intriguing is the logline which seemingly hints that Superman will play some sort of role. Read on for details!
Captain America got his butt kicked by a former sidekick, Spider-Man was shocked when he clashed with Electro, the X-Men finally got to battle the Sentinels on the big screen and the Guardians of the Galaxy felt the wrath of Thanos. So, which of these villains was 2014's best bad guy?
Fox Searchlight Pictures have released the first clip from Alejandro González Iñárritu's highly-praised film, Birdman. Hit the jump to see Emma Stone ("The Amazing Spider-Man 2") scream "You're the one who doesn't exist!" at Michael Keaton ("Batman").