Rian Johnson reveals how his pitch for the new Star Wars trilogy came about. John Bradley talks about some big movements in Game of Thrones' final season. Pearl Mackie and Steven Moffat lift the lid on Bill's fleeting return to Doctor Who. Plus, snippets of new Black Panther footage. Hi-o! Spoilers, away! More »
Not long ago, actor Wentworth Miller expressed on social media that his time as the wisecracking anti-hero, Captain Cold, was coming to an end. He’d put in his time in both The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow, and was ready to say goodbye to the beloved character. Recently, he had his final curtain call for […]
The huge Arrow-verse crossover of 2017 ended with a major character's death. Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow executive producer Marc Guggenheim spoke to CinemaBlend about why Martin died.
With news that one, or two, well-known DCTV characters would be arriving on Legends of Tomorrow to fill the void left by Martin Stein's death and Jax's departure, fans have been speculating about characters that could easily leave their respective shows to have a bunk on the Waverider. Show More Summary
Holly Hunter teases Elastigirl's crucial role in Incredibles 2. Jon Watts will return for the Spider-Man. Homecoming sequel. Marc Guggenheim teases a familiar face for Firestorm's replacement on Legends of Tomorrow. Plus new looks at the latest Robin Hood reboot, as well as the returns of iZombie and The X-Files. Spoilers now! More »
Animation legend Don Hertzfeldt’s follow-up to his Oscar-nominated short is beautiful, transporting, and one of the best films of the year.
We learned today that Legends of Tomorrow is moving to a new night in 2018, and it means big changes to the superhero lineup.
Sara Lance and Alex Danvers may be on two different Earths, but they will once again occupy the same space in 2018. The CW announces an update for its mid-season plans, and the second half of DC' Legends of Tomorrow season 3 will air Mondays at 8/7c, taking over while Superigirl takes a two month hiatus.
The CW today announced a new programming strategy for Monday nights that will deliver 23 consecutive weeks of original episodes of “Supergirl” and “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” in the 8 p.m. slot. “Supergirl” returns Monday, Jan. 15, for four weeks...
After the holidays, Supergirl will air Mondays for four weeks starting January 15 The post Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow to Rotate Episodes January Through June appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
[This review reveals major plot points of the Crisis On Earth-X episodes of Supergirl, Arrow, The Flash, and DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow.] Read more...
Legends Of Tomorrow already has a plan for who will replace Firestorm.
The CW drama moves to Mondays for most of winter, making way for 'Black Lightning.' read more
The CW is doing a bit of re-jigging to its Monday night schedule for the spring. As previously announced, SUPERGIRL will return from its midseason break on Monday, January 15 at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT for a four week run of original episodes. However, beginning on Monday, February 12, DC’S LEGENDS OF TOMORROW will move into […]
The CW said today that its DC series Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow will rotate through the network’s 8 PM Monday schedule, offering 23 consecutive weeks of original episodes. Supergirl already was set to return January 15 in the time slot and will air originals until Legends takes over on February 12. Show More Summary
How is Legends of Tomorrow the best DC show on the CW? It’s a spin-off starring minor characters from Arrow and The Flash, not based on any actual comic, and somehow it’s better than everything that came before. […] The post Legends of Tomorrow Signs Off with a Proper Farewell to Martin Stein appeared first on Geek.com.
More than any other Arrow-verse show, the core cast of Legends of Tomorrow has been a constantly evolving and changing entity. Though a handful of characters have been around since the very start, Legends has been free to remove, but more importantly add, faces as they see fit. Show More Summary
While I personally may not be a huge fan of the overall direction of the Legends of Tomorrow television series on The CW, one thing I do respect is the frequency with which they replace their main cast. When the show first started out, I thought the number of characters were simply too many. Then, […]
Over the past two episodes of Legends of Tomorrow, we've lost both sides of Firestorm and the character of Firestorm is basically gone, too. Stein's death in "Crisis on Earth-X" led to Jax being forced to give up his powers, and the loss of his friend dealt Jax a hand of grief in the episode afterward and his exit followed. Show More Summary
The ragtag team from DC's Legends of Tomorrow will have to endure yet another major loss. Tuesday night's midseason finale saw Jax (Franz Drameh), the other half of Firestorm, make his grand exit from the series, Entertainment Weekly reports. Show More Summary