An uninspiring villain leads to an uneven episode, but it's all worth it to see Ms. Kara Danvers go full Bruce Banner. All hail Angry Supergirl!
We realize just how much this sounds like an eternally spinning broken record, but Gotham has just cast two more villains that will surface later in Season 2. and these actors are pretty awesome.Click To Continue Reading
In the winter finale of Gotham season 2, "Rise of the Villains: Worse Than a Crime," Lee has big news for Gordon, Theo has one last task for Silver to perform and Bruce awaits his fate as Gordon joins forces with Penguin.When we last left Detective Gordon, he was saved from becoming fish food by Penguin, and Bruce was in the clutches of the evil Theo Galavan.
The ending of "Worse Than a Crime" teases not one, but two new villains. You may get giddy at our first look at Mr. Freeze, or the very mention of Dr. Hugo Strange. It's more than understandable: this kind of fan service can be powerfully flattering stuff. You might even... More »
Tune in to Jimmy Kimmel Live this Wednesday, December 2nd, at 11:35 / 10:35 CT for the worldwide debut of the new Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer. Until then, the sneak can be viewed over at Villain Smash. In the brief footage, we see an extended moment from the initial trailer, only Superman […]
It's Penguin Vs. Galavan Vs. Gordon with the life of Bruce Wayne in the balance in "Gotham's" mostly anticlimactic fall finale.
Season 2 of Gotham may be subtitled ?Rise of the Villains,? but the show has had very little trouble making those villains fall back down after their rise. And something along those lines happened tonight.Click To Continue Reading
One of the classic Batfoes makes a proto appearance to hold fans over until the show returns in 2016.
A play by US playwright Arthur Miller is to have its world premiere in London next month 79 years after it was written, following the recovery of the long-lost manuscript in an archive. "No Villain" was written by Miller as a 20-year-old...Show More Summary
Whether he’s your hero or your villain, there's no denying Kobe Bryant is one of the most dominant personalities in NBA history. Known for his clutch shooting and his confidence, his killer instinct and his cockiness, Kobe has made a...Show More Summary
Jessica Jones’s Kilgrave, as played by David Tennant, is by far the most terrifying and well-crafted villain Marvel has put onscreen to date. This is great for the series, but it also highlights a major problem with Marvel’s growing cinematic universe — no matter how much fun this franchise is, it’s also... More »
The duo halts a nefarious plot to kidnap moms and raise dutch prices.
Oswalt will play henchman to Felicia Day's lead villain on the Kickstarter-funded episodes of "Mystery Science Theater 3000."
Marvel developed a real problem in the wake of Loki's rise in popularity. No other baddie could compete with the charm bomb of vicious wit and antagonist allure that is Tom Hiddleston's God of Mischief. But finally the MCU has...
Marvel’s live-action adaptations have a fantastic track record. Great action, a willingness to taken even some truly bizarre comic book heroes and turn them into relatable figures, and so on. But there’s one area they usually falter in: their villains. That is, until they completely nailed it with Jessica Jones. Read more...
Season 5 of Once Upon a Time continues with an episode that focuses on Hook embracing his new role as the Dark One. As Hook begins to revel in a return to his villainous ways, Emma and the heroes try to find out what Hook?s plan is.Show More Summary
The James Bond movies and novels aren’t exactly short on weirdness—Bond’s villains tend to hatch crazy schemes that revolve around hypnotizing women to love chickens. But if you want real insanity, you have to reach beyond the movies and books. Read more...
A new comic book-inspired mural on Walton Avenue in the Bronx depicts native bees driven from their hives by a so-called "crops developer." With an ominous tank of chemicals strapped to his back, nozzle in hand, the villain shouts, "Go my HIPSTER-MITES! Gentrify these honeycombs with your cultural appropriation and privilege!" [ more › ]
If you?ve been keeping tabs on Gotham at all, you probably already know the Fox drama has decided to introduce famous villain Mr. Freeze. A little bit ahead of the episode, Fox has released the first look at the character. Check him out.Click To Continue Reading
Supergirl has taken flight on CBS and she'll continue fighting off aliens and other villains who want to destroy National City well into 2016. The network has announced that the freshman superhero drama is being picked up for a full season. Show More Summary