All of the CW Arrowverse shows are currently on their winter break, and when they come back, expect some changes to scheduling, as Supergirl and Legends Of Tomorrow will fill the 8pm time slot on Mondays from January 15 through June 18, thus giving Black Lightning (which premieres on January 16th) room to shine on Tuesdays after The Flash, and giving us one less CW show to have to cover every week (whew!) The schedule is a little janky, but we break it down below.
From Monday, January 15 to February 5th, we’ll get 4 new episodes of Supergirl. Then from February 12th to April 9th, we’ll get 9(!) episodes of Legends, concluding with it’s season finale on the 9th. Finally, Supergirl returns for 10 episodes, culminating in the season finale on June 18th. From the way that lineup works, I expect Kara to see more trouble than success over the next 4 episodes. What do you think? Let us know!
In case you’ve forgotten, which, of course you haven’t – we get a new one of these every two years, whether they’re good or not – there is a new X-Men movie on the way. Despite the wealth of X-Men stories in the comics built around essentially the current team of cinematic characters, Simon Kinberg is going back to the Phoenix Saga to tell the story of Jean Grey and the X-Men in space, where they will face of with Jessica Chastain, this go-round.
Entertainment Weekly has a full story and pictures, explaining that Kinberg actually wrote the script for the previous cinematic attempt at telling the Dark Phoenix story, that one starring Famke Janssen as the titular hero gone nuclear. Bryan Singer, who was at the helm for the last two X-Men films, is sitting this one out as Kinberg takes over directing duties, and considering Singer’s recent issues and stories of previous problems coming to light, that may mean good things. Check out EW for the full breakdown, and check back with us for more breaking info across the Marvel and DC universes!
The Brazilian CCXP (Comic-Con Experience) is set to kick off and we are already getting a ton of new info. First up, are these banners for the new Tom Hardy-led, Venom movie. Rumors have reported that Hardy may be playing the no legs, bio suit, Flash Thompson version of the character, which makes the use of the symbiote looking mask a little questionable, but what about this production, other than the very capable actors cast, hasn’t been? We’ll keep reporting more as the day goes on, but be sure to check out our latest podcast for all your updates on what’s going on in the Marvel and DC live-action universes!
Your favorite Marvel and DC loving stand-up comics are at it again, as Jay Washington and Bobby Hill bring you an action packed, informative and super funny episode on the Laugh Factory Podcast Network. This week we recap and review the Infinity War Trailer, Agents Of Shield season 5 premiere, Runaways, The CW crossover – Crisis On Earth-X, as well as news, casting and production info on Ant-Man & The Wasp, Captain Marvel, Agents Of Shield, Daredevil, Punisher, Legion, Gambit, Venom, Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn, Titans, Black Lightning, Arrow, and The Flash.
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Your favorite superhero loving stand-up comics, Jay Washington and Bobby Hill have your full, spoiler filled, top-to-bottom, Punisher series recap and review! We give you some key insights to the characters, story line, and where season 2 might take us. Catch it all, right here!
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The waiting and wondering is finally over as Marvel dropped the first official trailer for Avengers: Infinity War. Bringing together the entire cast of heroes (and some villains) that we’ve seen over the course of the last 10 years of Marvel releases, Infinity War is set to deliver a showdown with Thanos, whom we initially saw briefly at the end of the first Avengers movie.
While the trailer has some changes from the leaked one from Comic-Con, a lot of the scenes have carried over, and I’m fine with that, as I’d prefer just enough information to wet my beak. Some of the highlights to note for sure are that Bruce Banner is back on earth and in Dr. Strange’s Sanctum Santorum, Spider-Man will end up trying to take on Thanos one-on-one, Loki apparently plays a part in trying to steal the mind stone from Vision (at least that looked like his scepter,) and of course, Captain America is back, front and center before this is over. Overall the trailer just looks clean and crisp and foretelling of an amazing story. Can’t wait to talk about this one on the podcast. Hit us up with your thoughts!
It’s our 2 year anniversary episode and comedians Jay Washington and Bobby Hill celebrate with one of our funniest episodes ever, on the Laugh Factory Podcast Network! This week, we cover production news, casting updates and more behind the scenes info on Justice League, Martian Manhunter, Wonder Woman, Superman, the Andrew Kreisberg suspension, Black Lightning, Crisis On Earth-X (the CW crossover,) Gambit, Multiple Man, Deadpool, The Gifted, Morbius, Captain Marvel, Black Panther, Ant Man & The Wasp, Daredevil, and Luke Cage, plus recaps of Supergirl, The Flash, Legends Of Tomorrow, Arrow, Gifted, and Gotham.
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