cw superhero crossover

This morning, The CW President Mark Pedowitz teased the four part “Arrowverse” crossover: one night pairing Supergirl with Arrow followed the next day by The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow. After a Legends of Tomorrow panel, producer Mark Guggenheim, who also produces Arrow, said the team led by Greg Berlanti is pitching the network on the crossover the following day, Thursday, August 3. In other words, today.

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legends of tomorrow season 3

During a Television Critics Association panel for Legends of Tomorrow, producer Marc Guggenheim revealed that Gorilla Grodd would be one of the villains in the show’s third season. Speaking with reporters after the panel, Guggenheim confirmed that the Legends would encounter Grodd after the two-part Gorilla City episode of The Flash last season.

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cw superhero crossover

The CW announced before the Television Critics Association that this year’s four part Arrowverse crossover will air over two nights. Monday, November 27 will begin with Supergirl at its regular time at 8:00 P.M. followed by Arrow. Tuesday, November 28 will conclude with The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow. CW President Mark Pedowitz spoke about the special scheduling, which differs from last year’s four night crossover.

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black lightning series

DC Comics fans are getting inundated from all sides — the DC Extended Universe is going full-steam ahead with the upcoming Wonder Woman and Justice League movies this year, and The CW superhero universe (or the Arrowverse or the Berlanti-verse, whatever you like to call it) just keeps getting bigger.

Adding to their highly successful line-up of superhero shows, which already includes Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow and Supergirl, The CW has picked up Black Lightning, based off the comic book starring one of DC’s first major African-American superheroes.

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The Flash Supergirl

Last year there was a crossover between Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl, The Flash, and Arrow. The crossover event, titled “Invasion!”, began with Supergirl and ended with Legends of Tomorrow, with The Flash and Arrow nice and comfy around the middle. The heroes teamed up to defeat the Dominators, but little of the action was featured in Supergirl, so it wasn’t the huge four-way crossover some fans were anticipating.

Below, learn why you should expect a bigger CW crossover next time.

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legends of tomorrow

I haven’t been keeping up with The CW’s Legends of Tomorrow (there are only so many hours in a day!), but the news that a young George Lucas would be a character in the back half of season 2 is the kind of thing that makes me want to track down and utilize a some extra television time in my life. The episode, titled “Raiders of the Lost Art,” aired last night as the second season’s winter premiere and executive producer Marc Guggenheim explained how this crazy idea to pass.

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Legends of Tomorrow George Lucas episode

It’s not just Star Wars actors who get dramatically de-aged through Hollywood magic. Sometimes it happens to Star Wars creators, too. A young George Lucas will reportedly appear in an upcoming episode of Legends of Tomorrow, with a significant change in his early career proving to have drastic effects for all the Legends. In Lucas’ case, however, it won’t be CG wizardry that makes him young again — instead, the show has cast Sweet/Vicious actor Matt Angel to portray him.

Find out exactly what the Legends of Tomorrow George Lucas episode will be about below.  Read More »

The CW's Superhero Fight Club 2.0

After spending her debut season over on CBS, Supergirl is flying over to The CW this fall to join the rest of the network’s DC heroes. And that means it’s time for Kara to get inducted into one of the franchise’s burgeoning traditions, Superhero Fight Club.

The first Superhero Fight Club promo aired last year, pitting the heroes and villains of Arrow and The Flash against each other in an epic cage match. Now Superhero Fight Club 2.0 brings together characters from SupergirlArrowThe Flash, and Legends of Tomorrow for an even flashier, more high-tech battle. Last week’s teaser showed Supergirl getting sucked into the madness by Arrow and the Flash, and this week the full Superhero Fight Club 2.0 promo reveals what happened next. Watch it below.
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Arrowverse crossover / CW Superhero Fight Club

The Arrowverse crossover has become something of an annual CW tradition, ever since Barry Allen made his first appearance on Arrow in 2013. Arrow and the the Flash reunited again when the latter got his own show in 2015, and last year the crossover expanded even further to include characters from the then-upcoming series Legends of Tomorrow. But this year’s crossover event promises to be the most ambitious one yet, bringing together the stars of ArrowThe FlashLegends of Tomorrow, and — for the first time — Supergirl.

Naturally, that raises the question of what could possibly occasion such a massive gathering of superheroes. After all, it seems safe to assume we won’t just be watching them commiserate over drinks. Today, the identity of the Arrowverse crossover villain has been revealed. And while there’s no footage from the actual event just yet, characters from all four shows have come together for an adorable “Superhero Fight Club 2.0” trailer from The CW. Check it out, and get details on the Arrowverse crossover, below.  Read More »

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The Flash Supergirl

The CW held a panel with the producers of its four DC Comics superhero shows which comprise the Arrowverse — ArrowThe FlashLegends of Tomorrow, and Supergirl — and started with a series of exciting announcements. Join us below for all the big news from the panel, including announcements about a gay character, big-name casting, character confirmations, and more.  Read More »