Riverdale SDCC 2016 Interview: KJ Apa

KJ Apa wasn’t too familiar with the Archie Comics before coming onto Riverdale. The larger than life comic series has been in production since 1939 with spinoffs featuring Archie’s companions. Once he got confirmation he dove into research and fell…

Arrow SDCC 2016 Interview: Executive Producer Wendy Mericle

When it comes to Arrow, the show has been at its best when it has focused on the dark, grounded reality of this superhero world. But given its success and the several spinoffs it’s generated, it had to become something…

5 Things We Learned from the Wynonna Earp Panel at SDCC

Couldn’t attend San Diego Comic Con? Afraid of those crazy lines and Pokemon Go players clogging up the sidewalks? No fear Earpers! We’re here to rescue you and tell you all about the Wynonna Earp panel. 1. Season 2 of…

Frequency First Impression: An Avalanche of Feels

Sometimes you watch an episode of a TV show, the Pilot, in this case, and you can get technical. You can talk about super writing, acting and/or directing. You can point out mistakes and/or things that the show could have…

Wynonna Earp SDCC 2016 Interview: Dominique Provost-Chalkley

Being the little sister of the chosen one is not an easy task. You’ve got to support your sisters journey, take a backseat to bigger issues, and somehow find a way to figure out what you want in life. That’s…

The Last Ship SDCC 2016 Interviews: Adam Baldwin, Bridget Regan & Steven Kane

This season on The Last Ship, we’ve seen this apocalyptic world expand on a global scale as the mission moves from the U.S.S. Nathan James to the new United States and its conflict with China. There might be a cure…

5 Things We Learned from the Supergirl Panel at SDCC

Supergirl is flying to the CW this year. And though that means a lot of changes, among them filming location, worry not, Supergirl is still Supergirl. She’s just got many more new friends. And family. Yes, the show being part of…

Arrow SDCC 2016 Interview: David Ramsey

When it comes to Arrow’s voice of reason over the past four seasons that has undeniably been one John Diggle. But following the traumatic events involving Diggle and his brother Andy, where John killed his brother after feeling threatened for…

Luke Cage SDCC 2016 Interview: Theo Rossi & Jeph Loeb

One of the most highly-anticipated shows for 2016 is Marvel’s Luke Cage which after Jessica Jones and Daredevil is the next show in the series which will culminate in The Defenders – the team of the street heroes. We had a chance to interview some of the cast…

5 Things We Learned from the Legends of Tomorrow Panel at SDCC

DC TV brought all it’s stars to San Diego Comic-Con, and the Legends of Tomorrow panel was, as always, filled with petty faces, great news and a sizzle reel that has us counting the days till it premieres. Let’s recap…

Powerless First Impression: DC Comics Finds Success in Comedy

DC Comics is no stranger to primetime given its current crop of superhero dramas currently airing across network television. But its latest addition is perhaps one of its smartest. A comedy – yes, comedy – hailing from the studio that…

Wynonna Earp SDCC 2016 Interview: Melanie Scrofano

Wynonna Earp is the journey of a young woman finding herself according to Melanie Scrofano. Throughout the first season we get to know Wynonna. We see how lost she is, how reluctant she is to come home and take responsibility…

The Vampire Diaries SDCC Interview: Candice King

If there is anyone that I have grown to love over the seasons of The Vampire Diaries, it’s Caroline Forbes. If there is a character that I have seen go through the ups and downs and still fight, never give…

Arrow SDCC 2016 Interview: Emily Bett Rickards

Following the season four finale, Oliver and Felicity were the lone remaining members of Team Arrow left behind following what was easily a tumultuous season that tugged at the heartstrings of characters and audience alike. But with Diggle, Thea, and…

5 Things We Learned from The Flash Panel at SDCC

Following last season’s shocking and game-changing season finale where Barry Allen went back in time to save his mother, literally everything has changed. As the show delves into Flashpoint in its third season we’re left as many questions coming away…

The Vampire Diaries SDCC Interview: Michael Malarkey

Until Season 7, I wasn’t the biggest fan of Enzo. His character was always such an asshole in my opinion. He seemed like he wanted to be loved, but he was determined to hate everyone who tried to care. We…

Arrow SDCC 2016 Interview: Stephen Amell

When you look at how far superhero shows on television have come in the past few years it all circles back to one show that made it all possible five years ago: Arrow. And the one person that couldn’t be…

The Flash Movie: Kiersey Clemons Cast as Iris West

Barry Allen has found his Iris West. Variety has reported that Kiersey Clemons has been cast as Iris West in Warner Bros.’ The Flash movie. Iris West is the spunky, hard-hitting journalist and Barry Allen’s best friend. Clemons joins Ezra…

Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol 2 Makes Announcements at SDCC

The last one of the presentations that Marvel Studios did in Hall H at the San Diego Comic Con (SDCC) was with the cast of Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol 2 which recently finished filming. Head of Marvel Studios, Kevin…

5 Things We Learned From the Arrow Panel at SDCC

Following a season where mysticism reigned supreme, Arrow is returning to its gritty, grounded roots in season five. That means more street fighting and focus on the non-superpowered element of this universe where the big bad will serve to drive…

Spider-Man: Homecoming Swings Into the Teen Movie Realm

Another Marvel property that was introduced at the Marvel presentation in Hall H at San Diego Comic Con (SDCC) was Spider-Man: Homecoming. SDCC attendees were treated to footage from the film that is currently filming. Although the footage is not…