The CW announced it was picking up the show, making Ruby Rose's character the first openly queer superhero in the title role of a live-action series.
It's a bird! It's a plane! It's...the Superheroes of Fall TV!
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Roiling fog, cars speeding across iconic bridges, late night cityscapes, all of these are commonplace in a city time-lapse. What makes Gotham City SF different is that all of this happens in black and white -- almost unheard of in time-lapse these days -- with an original soundtrack worthy of the next TRON movie.
In his battle against leukemia, five-year-old Miles finds inspiration in the strength of superheroes -- Batman, in particular
Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight Trilogy has officially ended. It's hard to believe that the ride is over, but no one can argue that it wasn't an unforgettable journey.
Deep in your heart, you know Colbert's got the complete package of comic timing, creativity, audacity, and that indefinable "it" to pull off a portrayal of such a multi-layered villain.