The cast and crew of "Arrow" have wasted no time getting fans pumped up for the show's second season. The first season finale aired last week, and since then we've already had executive producer Marc Guggenheim and actor Colton Haynes giving teases as to where the super hero show will go in its sophomore year. Haynes hinted that a super team will be appearing on the show, and now Guggenheim has given TV Guide a few clues as to who they'll be facing.
"We made no secret of the fact that we subscribe to the Whedonesque model of having a big bad, and in Season 2, we'll actually have two big bads," Guggenhim tells TV Guide. "They'll both be very recognizable names to fans of the comic book. We're really excited about both of them."
Conan O'Brien has a thing or two to say about "Man of Steel" and a shot that's popped up in a few of the trailers (including the most recent one). But first, the comedian goes into just how much he loves Superman and how on board he's been for this movie from the get go.
"I love the guy who's playing Superman, I love that Amy Adams is in it," Conan gushes. "I love the whole idea that on the planet Krypton they have Australian accents." But gushing aside, there's one moment in the trailer that took Conan completely out of it. How out of it? Way out of it. Watch his video response below and then ask yourself... do you agree?
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Listen, we're still reeling from the awesomeness of the last "Man of Steel" trailer. Now there's another one, one that somehow builds on the film's already tremendous momentum. The last trailer was built around hope, this one is built around, well... pain. The Earth is in peril, jets are punched, people scream, things get serious. Check out the full trailer below.
And here are six must-see moments from the action packed. trailer.
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"I have journeyed across an ocean of stars to greet you," says General Zod (Michael Shannon) in the trailer's opening. But his greeting isn't exactly friendly. The new trailer expands on the message Zod gave back in a previous TV spot, as he gives Earth an ultimatum: either give Kal-El up within 24 hours or he'll bust out the...
Wednesday is new comic book day, which also means it's new potential-movie-source-material day. Here are all of the comics and collections out today starring the comic book characters from the movies and television shows of today, tomorrow and yesterday.
Of particular note this week: jump on a brand new arc of Asgardian adventure with "Journey Into Mystery" #652, spend a day in the Savage Land in "Avengers" #12, and fill void created by last week's season finale with "Arrow" #7.
Designer eyeglasses company Warby Parker has launched a tie-in campaign with "Man of Steel," thus increasing speculation as to whether or not the titular hero's alter ego will be donning his signature frames in the film. So far all official pictures of Henry Cavill's Clark Kent have shown the man roaming the Earth, either working as a fisherman, hanging out at the Fortress of Solitude or at home in Smallville. We've yet to see official photos of Clark in Metropolis, working at the Daily Planet, so we don't yet know what his reporter getup will look like.
There is speculation that Clark Kent won't wear glasses in the film, but there's been no confirmation either way. "Man of Steel" launching a partnership with Warby Parker only makes us even more curious about this whole glasses situation.
Last week's "Arrow" season finale still has people talking, including the show's cast and crew. MTV news caught up with new series regular Colton Haynes and asked him about the show's shocking finale and what lies ahead in season two (hint: maybe a super hero team?). The interview starts with Haynes discussing one of the season finale's twists, so spoiler alert. Everyone else, have at it!
Following the epic finale to "Arrow's" first season, fans of the show will spend the summer coming up with theories as to just where the comic book show will go next. Executive producer Marc Guggenheim has now given fans a lot to go on, thanks to an in-depth postmortem conducted by TV Guide about the show's debut season.
The producer talks about everything from next season's overall theme to specific character motivations following the climactic events of last week's episode. Read ahead for a few of Guggenheim's revelations, but be aware that the season finale's big shockers are candidly discussed. So, spoiler warning.
The picture's caption reveals that the woman pictured alongside Laurence Fishburne's Perry White in the above photo is Jenny Olsen, played by Rebecca Buller. But the article goes on to say that this character isn't a replacement for Jimmy, but that she is actually his sister. You can check out the full photo with its caption below.
With "Arrow" a success on the small screen and superheroes making big bucks on the big screen, it's no wonder that the CW is apparently giving one of the most iconic superheroes of all time a second chance. Entertainment Weekly reports that the prequel series centered around Wonder Woman, "Amazon," still has some life left in it despite not getting a pilot order in January.
"Oh God yes," said CW president Mark Pedowitz after being asked if The CW was still interested in a new Wonder Woman show. "It's being redeveloped. We don't want to produce something that doesn't do the franchise justice... It's the trickiest of all the DC characters."
Splash Page welcomes Ed Tadem to our cover artist family (our custom-designed theme up top). Currently working on the forthcoming "Avengers" animated series, Tadem's work can also be seen in the "Jackie Karma" issues of Image's "'76," and in "Pop Gun, Volume 1." Ed Tadem can be found online at EdTadem.com.