What does Ezra Miller Think About The CW’s ‘Flash?’
With Warner Bros. electing to keep its film and television universes separate, in a few years the world will possibly have not one but two Flashes and two Barry Allens.
Ezra Miller, who will play Barry Allen in Warner Bros./DC's cinematic universe, spoke to MTV about taking on the role of the Scarlet Speedster and what we can expect from the character.
"Barry Allen is the hero of the Silver Age who follows a lot of really interesting discoveries in physics," Miller said. "Where he comes ...
Marisa Tomei Tapped to Play Aunt May in New Spider-Man
Sources have revealed to Variety that the role of the Peter Parker’s faithful and long-suffering aunt will be played by Oscar-winner Marisa Tomei.
Marvel and Sony have not commented on the casting yet.
Since the two production companies have just cast Tom Holland as their leading man, the sources have revealed that an offer has been made to Marisa Tomei to fill the role previously held by Sally Fields and Rosemary Harris. It seems as though this time around they will really be going the ...
MTV Fandom Awards: Check Out the List of Nominees!
As we prepare for the kickoff of San Diego Comic-Con, it's also time to prepare for the ultimate fandom battle when MTV's second annual "MTV Fandom Awards" returns to San Diego.
The list of nominees has been released and features battles between a couple of Netflix hit comedies, as well as an intense battle of dramatic proportions between some of our favorite dramas.
You can cast your vote for "Fandom of the Year" for Movies, TV dramas, TV comedies and TV reality at FandomAwards.MTV.com...
Is the DC TV Universe Being Limited by the DC Cinematic Universe?
In Hollywood, superheroes are the “it” thing. Whether it’s in film or on television, everyone wants to cash in on the success that the superhero genre is producing.
When you get into a discussion about who does it best, DC or Marvel, the distinction is clear. Marvel owns film, and DC owns television.
It’s no secret that DC Comics thrives on the small screen. Its success with Arrow, The Flash and Gotham, as well as upcoming series Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow is unlike any ...