Deathstroke has become more popular in recent years after fighting the Teen Titans, becoming a main villain in Batman: Arkham Origins, and joining Arrow, as an ally in the first season, then a villain in the second.
Speaking with Yahoo today, Oscar Isaac spoke about bringing the evil mutant to life:
Yup, you read it right. The Marvel comics universe is going. Remember back in October when we got a bunch of previews? Including the Secret Wars, and "Everything Ends." Well, in Secret Wars, the Ultimate and Mainstream Marvel universes will smash together.
Batman vs. Superman. One of the most anticipated superhero films ever, yet we know virtually nothing. Most of what we know is from report, rumor, or guess. So why oh why do we keep hopping onto this thought and feel crushed when it doesn't happen?
Today is a sad day. Why? Because Marvel just announced via Nerdist that in Deadpool #250, coming out in April, will be the death of our beloved Merc With a Mouth. The issue will be "an all-star writing and art jam, with some of the most popular creators from Deadpool’s past contributing to the issue, including writers Gerry Duggan, Brian Posehn, Ben Acker, Ben Blacker, Nick Giovanetti, Paul Scheer, Jason Mantzoukas, and Mike Drucker, and artists like Scott Koblish and Mike Hawthorne."
Another bit of Shazam news in the past day has surface this time from an unexpected candidate. Shazam, as you know, which will release in 2019, has cast Dwayne Johnson as Black Adam, but everything else remains a mystery, including the director. But one director who has recently become a fan favourite has expressed his interest in making Shazam. Who? You'd be surprised:
There's no denying that Pixar has had better days; the studio may still be the reigning king of animation in North America but in recent years (post The Incredibles) the majority of their films have been satisfactory yet have lived in the shadow of the golden era (Toy Story-The Incredibles). Every once in a while, the studio releases a gem that fits on the shelves with their early efforts; Coco — along with Inside Out, Toy Story 3, Up, WALL-E and Ratatouille — is one of said standouts. Pixar’s external brand is still an image of a vibrant bubble of creativity and originality, but it is clear that internally, their business model has shifted since Disney’s acquisition in 2006.
For the first time since 2005, we saw a new live action Ra's al Ghul, this time played by Matt Nable instead of Liam Neeson. He has been well received by fans of Arrow, Batman, and DC alike. But will he live to the start of Season 4?
Let me start off by saying Arrow is a great show. It has action, a deep plot, mystery, great characters, etc. But some seasons are better in one aspect than another. For example, the first season had mystery and a great plot. The action sequences were good but not great. Same goes for the characters and their development (Tommy, anyone?). Season 2 brought us great action sequences and a decent plot, but a lot of the mystery was gone and the flashbacks sucked. And now, season 3 brings us awesome villains, a good plot, mystery, and okay flashbacks. But how does one top that? You'd need to mix all the other seasons together.