Fans finally have an answer for one of the biggest questions surrounding the highly anticipated crossover between “Arrow,” “The Flash,” “Supergirl” and “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” has at last been answered: the identity of the big villain for the CW event.
DC MIGHT BE TAKING ON MORE THAN THEY CAN CHEW
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As everyone knows DC is trying to catch up with Marvel on the big screen and are making some bad idea’s on how to do it, but this might be the worst one. A Shazam movie is supposedly in the works. Shazam (or Captain Marvel as he was previously known) is an awesome character but one that, I think, is not a suitable one for theaters.
ARROW IS STRICTLY TV BOUND…FOR NOW…
Green Arrow has consistently had a presence in live action for almost 10 full years,. First he was played by Justin Hartley on Smallville for five seasons, and Stephen Amell has been playing the character since 2012 on Arrow and other shows in the DC TV universe. Now the DC Extended Universe is underway, fans have wondered whether they’ll see a cinematic Green Arrow drawing back his bow at some point. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like that will happen anytime soon.
TIME TRAVEL JUST GOT MORE INTERESTING
DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow play by their own rules when season 2 premieres Thursday, October 13 at 8/7c!
SUPERGIRL…NEW NETWORK…NEW SEASON…
Jake and myself, have been binge watching Supergirl, in anticipation of Season 2 and its move to The CW. The CW is famous for its DC based shows Arrow, The Flash, and Legends of Tomorrow. Let’s not forget their unforgettable crossovers, so to add Supergirl to the mix, makes the DC Verse corner the market on TV and we look forward to even more crossovers…
How cute is this that The Flash’s Grant Gustin loses race to a young fan. Maybe Barry Allen has discovered his sidekick Kid Flash.
HOPEFULLY A DC MOVIE THAT WILL DO WELL
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DC has not been doing well with the critics as of late. Where they great in their shows and comics, they lack on the big screen. Hopefully this movie will change it around. Ben Affleck, the great director and mediocre actor, will not be directing this movie sadly and Zack Snyder will. Yet I think that’s a bit of a let down seeing how great “Man of Steel” and “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice” were. Which is not too great.