"Lost" veteran Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje explains what drives Killer Croc, and how he prepared for the challenging role.
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Stars Margot Robbie and Jai Courtney discuss their "bizarre" on-set family, Jared Leto's Joker and their hopes for sequels.
Melanie Scrofano opens up about the Earp family secrets, and how demonic influence can break even the strongest sibling bonds.
Alan Ritchson talks to CBR about returning as Raphael for the "much brighter" sequel, "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows."
Danielle Panabaker discusses Zoom's infatuation with Caitlin, and her character's willingness to "push herself to new extremes" to take down the villain.
Executive Producer John Stephens discusses Bruce's Batman growth, Fish Mooney's new abilities and a major twist in the finale's final scene.
Marc Guggenheim tells CBR the showdown with Vandal Savage closes his story with the Hawks, though the threat of war with the Thanagarians remains.
Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen discuss fallen agents, teary-eyed farewells and how the fallout leads into Season 4's storyline.
Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen explain why an agent must die, Hive's wrath and Brett Dalton's unblemishable handsomeness.
Luke Mitchell spoke with CBR about S.H.I.E.L.D.'s showdown with Hive, and the possibility of Lincoln's death.
Director Kevin Smith explains how he helps Barry traverse his new reality, and how the Speed Force helps the young hero re-center his personal life.
Directors Joe and Anthony Russo discuss why "Civil War" had to be Captain America's next step as well as the possibility of Wolverine in "Infinity War."
The actor discusses Edward Nygma's move toward his alter ego, and what Arkham holds for him -- if it can hold him at all.
Executive Producer Phil Klemmer promises a finale that "lays waste" to Season 1's status quo, setting up an entirely different Season 2.
James Bamford spoke with CBR about teaching Stephen Amell how to fight like a vigilante, and expectations for the Season 4 finale.
David Ramsey discusses Diggle's fall from grace with CBR News, promising a stronger-then-ever Team Arrow in Season 5.
Brett Dalton explains what it's like to become a seemingly all-powerful Inhuman, and why this season's final fight has the potential to top them all.
The actress tells CBR News she's more than ready to don her own superhero suit, should the opportunity present itself.
"Lucifer" looks to go straight to hell in the Fox show's first season finale, and Tom Ellis talks to CBR about the unholy action left to unfold.
The actor, who plays the ruthless Non, discusses the high-stakes finale, and how he discovered the supervillain's humanity.