Gotham totally needs you.
DC Entertainment’s Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns reveals the strategy behind the company’s sudden TV omnipresence, why secrecy isn’t always the best policy when it comes to superheroes, and why they’re doing things differently than Marvel.
A civil rights fight that was thought to have been eradicated years ago is nevertheless taking place in the entertainment industry. So why is Hollywood still “painting down” stuntpeople?
Don’t you really want to know how he got those scars?
Feel free to re-rank and show which villains you’re most excited to see!
According to GLAAD’s annual studies.
The start of the fall TV season marks the first real concerted effort by the big four broadcast networks – ABC, CBS, Fox, and NBC — to highlight viewers for a show over a full week.The move reflects the shift away from live television viewing for entertainment programming and is aimed at prying more money away from advertisers.
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There are some pleasant surprises coming this year — and yes, some disasters. Here are the fall 2014 shows of distinction, good and bad, in handy chronological order!
Gotham City has prestigious new prep school, and when Bruce Wayne is your benefactor, you know it’s not going to be a normal school year. Written by Becky Cloonan and Brenden Fletcher with art by Karl Kerschl, Gotham Academy begins October 1st.
Spoiler alert: Selfie isn’t that bad. BuzzFeed Entertainment staffers unite to break down the 2014–15 season’s new broadcast offerings.
Cannot. Wait. For. This. New clip teases more of the villains in Fox’s new Batman prequel, Gotham.
With four new series picked up for fall 2014, and Arrow capping off a stellar sophomore season, DC Comics properties have never been in higher demand.
Plus how to win at rock-paper-scissors every time, signs that someone is a cheater, and the top 10 hardest video games ever.
Also, Ryan Atwood looks good.
The star of FX’s critically adored Terriers and now Fox’s Batman origin story, Gotham, Donal Logue is the consummate character actor, one finally poised to receive his due.
Jim Gordon won’t be the only iconic DC character featured in Fox’s Gotham! Young Bruce Wayne’s journey to becoming Batman will be a focus of the series.
He’s the hero that Gotham deserves. Via Reddit.
Give that creepy, warbled voice a try with this ingenious Bane-inspired masterpiece.
Yep, that’s what a cop looks like. Levitt plays young special assignment cop John Blake in the film, and was spotted donning his police uniform in several new photographs.
Gotham needs a hero with a face. (via.)
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