Tag: DC CINEMATIC UNIVERSE
With the season ender of Flash the fans were left saying, “Barry done messed up big time”. With the title of the first being Flashpoint we were assured that Barry done messed up big time. Now this is a great method to widen the DC television universe bringing in a certain red and blue caped hero. No not that one his cousin. But with last season the overall story between Flash and Zoom encompassed the whole season and while some where thinking this would be what would take that place Grant Gustin has said otherwise.
Huge Justice League news this morning and good timing considering there’s not much hitting the news this morning. Currently filming is under way for the third installment of Warner Bros. rebooted DC universe. So first off we have a logo and a synopsis for the upcoming film.
Now I said last week when I did the story about Legends of Tomorrow coming to DVD and Blu Ray I noted that Arrow and Flash wouldn’t be far behind. Well I’m right again as the second season of The Flash and the fourth season of Arrow were announced today. So Arrow is set to release August 30, 2016 with all 23 episodes and the Arrow/Flash Crossover episode along with a gag reel, deleted scenes, and the SDCC Comic Con panel and if you haven’t seen this cast on a panel you’re missing out. They are hilarious!
The CW has wrapped up this season of Arrow, Flash and Legends of Tomorrow, so now a perfect time for those of you that got behind to pick up the DVD/Blu-Ray. Today brings information on the first season of Legends of Tomorrow on blu-ray, including all the special features.
Ever since the news came out yesterday that Geoff Johns will join with Jon Berg as the joint-bosses of the WB’s new DC Film Division, the hopes of many fans have been raised. With a new vision now overseeing the DCEU, will it climb out of its slump and start delivering films that live up to the potential of the characters?
Warner Bros. and DC Comics are wondering how to react to their polarizing super hero film. Two fan petitions asking to have director Zack Snyder removed from the stewardship of the DCEU are picking up some momentum.
While both Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War and DC’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice are based on a similar premise, the trailers indicate that they may be telling opposite stories. A study of what we know so far illustrates the different approaches both films are taking.