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Black Lighting: First Look At Costume

Check out a first look at the Black Lighting TV series costume. Cress Williams is playing Black Lightning, and the series has officially begun filming in Atlanta. Black Lightning is coming to The CW from executive producers Greg Berlanti, Salim Akil, Mara Brock and Sarah Schechter, from Berlanti Productions and Akil Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television. Salim Akil… Read More
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Tyler Hoechlin Will Be More Classic Superman

Posted by: Matt McGloin It’s probably safe to assume that the new Tyler Hoechlin Superman for Supergirl Season 2 won’t be snapping anyone’s neck, killing anybody or even meeting his maker. Zack Snyder can have that for the DCEU. Supergirl executive producer Andrew Kreiseberg fills in Collider what to expect from Tyler Hoechlin’s Superman. It’s learned they are going with… Read More
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The Flash Season 3 “Time Strikes Back” Promo

When Barry went back in time to prevent his mother’s murder, he didn’t just save her from Reverse Flash — he created a whole new timeline. In a new trailer for “The Flash” Season 3, Barry approaches Cisco for help in correcting the “Flashpoint” timeline and explains exactly how he managed to create “a whole new existence.” Starring Grant Gustin,… Read More
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The Flash: WonderCon 2015 Trailer

Putting WonderCon in high gear, Warner Bros. Television’s The Flash caught up with fans at WonderCon in Anaheim on Sunday, April 5 with series stars Candice Patton, Danielle Panabaker and Carlos Valdes, alongside executive producer Andrew Kreisberg for a lively Q&A panel session. Preview of Final Season 1 Flash Episodes By Nathan Lawrence – Warner Bros. Television has released an… Read More
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Tom Cavanagh Talks Playing the Reverse-Flash, “Finally”

SPOILER WARNING: This article contains potential spoilers for future installments of “The Flash.” Since the very first episode of “The Flash,” it’s been clear that Dr. Harrison Wells — played by Tom Cavanagh — had much more going on than just being the head of S.T.A.R. Labs. For starters, it was quickly revealed he wasn’t actually disabled as a result… Read More