Iain Glen Joins DC Universe “Titans” Cast as Bruce Wayne

Deadline has reported that Iain Glen will be joining the cast of DC Universe Titans as Bruce Wayne. For those who are not aware, Iain is most famous for portraying Jorah Mormont on Game of Thrones.  Deadline provided a description of Bruce Wayne’s depiction in Titans.  “After decades of fighting crime as Batman, billionaire Bruce Wayne is just as driven to protect Gotham from evil as he was in his prime. Needing to reconcile his relationship with Dick Grayson, the duo hope to forge a new dynamic as Bruce tries to help his former sidekick and the Titans…

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DC Universe “Titans” Season 2 to Premiere this Fall

Warner Bros. recently revealed that second season of the DC Universe exclusive “Titans” series will premiere on the service this Fall. The news was revealed during their official panel at Wonder Con 2019. For those who are not aware, the second season will be introducing Superboy as well as the main members of the “Deathstroke” family. The first season of the series debuted on the platform on October 12, 2018 and consisted of 11 episodes. Season 2 of #DCUTITANS will be available on @theDCUNIVERSE starting this Fall. #DCWonderCon #WCA19 pic.twitter.com/ms3UFPTfy1 — DCUTitans (@DCUTitans) March 30,…

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Chelsea T. Zhang Joins DC Universe “Titans” Cast as Ravager

Deadline has reported that Chelsea T. Zhang will be joining the cast of the DC Universe exclusive Titans live-action series as Rose Wilson aka Ravager. As reported earlier, it was revealed that Esai Morales will be portraying Deathstroke, and Chella Man will portraying Rose’s brother Jericho. In the comics, the original Ravager was Grant Wilson, who was Deathstroke’s older son. Later in the comics Rose Wilson, who is Slade’s illegitimate daughter, took the mantle as the fifth incarnation of the character. Rose made her debut in Deathstroke #15, which was released in October 1992. This incarnation of…

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Esai Morales Joins DC Universe “Titans” Cast as Deathstroke

Deadline has reported that Esai Morales will be joining the cast of Titans as Deathstroke in the upcoming second season of the series. In the comics Slade Joseph Wilson aka Deathstroke is a well known assassin. He first debuted in The New Teen Titans #2, which was released in December 1980. He later received his own standalone comic series under the name he was known originally,  “Deathstroke the Terminator.” Over the years he has appeared in various other media such as the Teen Titans animated series, however due to the violent nature of his name in the comics he…

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Ernie Hudson to Guest Star on CW Arrow

Yesterday, Deadline reported that Ernie Hudson will be guest starring on Arrow as a “Four Star General of the DIA (Defense Intelligence Agency).” According  to the character description provided by Deadline, he will be playing someone in Diggle’s past who will need to work with Team Arrow in hindsight of Diggle’s unresolved conflicts with him. He will be appearing in episode 719 (Season 7, Episode 19) of Arrow titled, “Spartan.” Fans of the original Ghostbusters films should recognize Ernie Hudson as he portrayed Winston Zeddemore in both the first and second films. He also had a cameo appearance in…

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Arrow Season 8 Confirmed As Final Season

The Hollywood Reporter has reported that the Arrow will be ending its long run on the CW with season 8. The final season will be apart of the channel’s 2019-2020 broadcast calendar and will consist of a lonely 10 episodes.    This comes from CW president, Mark Pedowitz, who is ready to open the slot for “possible second phase of DC Comics-inspired series on the network. “   Mark had this to say about the decision. “Things will age and we want to get the next generation of shows to keep The CW DC universe…

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Joshua Orpin Cast Joins DC Universe “Titans” Cast as Superboy

The official DC Universe website has updated with the announcement that Joshua Orpin will be joining the cast of Conner Kent/ Superboy in the upcoming second season of Titans. For those who have not seen the series, the character made a brief appearance in the post credit scene of the final episode of the first season. The official DC Universe website provided a description of Superboy. “Superboy, a.k.a. Conner Kent, is the angsty teenager of steel searching for purpose and the truth about his past. While looking for answers, he crashes into the world of the…

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Cameron Gellman Joins DC Universe “Stargirl” Cast

The official DC Universe website has updated with the announcement that Cameron Gellman is joining the cast of the DC Universe Stargirl series, although currently it is unknown what her role will be be. The confirmed cast so far includes: Brec Bassinger: Stargirl Joel McHale: Starman (Sylvester Pemberton) Lou Ferrigno Jr.: Hourman (Rex Tyler) Brian Stapf: Wildcat (Ted Grant) Luke Wilson: Pat Dugan/  S.T.R.I.P.E.  Anjelika Washington: TBA Henry Thomas: Dr. Mid-Nite (Dr. Charles McNider) Joy Osmanski: Tigress (Paula Brooks) Neil Hopkins: Sportsmaster (Lawrence “Crusher” Crock) Nelson Lee: Dragon King Jake Austin Walker: TBA Meg DeLacy: Shiv (Cindy Burman)…

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Jake Austin Walker and Meg DeLacy Join DC Universe “Stargirl” Cast

The official DC Universe website has updated with an announcement that Jake Austin Walker and Meg DeLacy have join the cast of the upcoming Stargirl series. Walker is most famous for portraying Seth Geary on The Walking Dead while DeLacy is known for portraying Grace Mullen on The Fosters. Currently it is unknown who Walker will be playing on the upcoming Supegirl series, however it is been revealed that DeLacy will be playing Cindy Burman aka Shiv. In the comics Cindy Burman was introduced in Stars and S.T.R.I.P.E. #1, which was released in August, 1999. The character was created by the joint team of Geoff Johns and Lee Moder. The confirmed cast…

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Luke Wilson Joins DC Universe “Stargirl” Cast

Deadline has reported that Luke Wilson will be joining the cast of the DC Universe exclusive Stargirl series. Wilson will be portraying Pat Dugan who is the pilot of S.T.R.I.P.E.  For those who are not aware, Patrick “Pat” Dugan was created by Jerry Siegal and Hal Sherman. The character was first introduced in Action Comics #40, which was released in September 1941. The confirmed cast so far includes: Brec Bassinger: Stargirl Joel McHale: Starman (Sylvester Pemberton) Lou Ferrigno Jr.: Hourman (Rex Tyler) Brian Stapf: Wildcat (Ted Grant) Luke Wilson: Pat Dugan/  S.T.R.I.P.E.  Anjelika Washington: TBA Henry Thomas: Dr. Mid-Nite (Dr.…

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