The man behind the Arrowverse has signed on to helm a remake of Little Shop of Horrors for Warner Bros.
EP Greg Berlanti says he'd be crazy not to include this superhero, even if they're not on the Flash or Supergirl.
Fans shouldn't expect the Flashpoint timeline to be reset anytime soon, but they should be on the lookout for Barry's "biggest foe yet."
Executive Producer Greg Berlanti teases there will be announcements soon about original songs for the spring event.
The executive producer of such DC Comics-based series as "Arrow," "The Flash" and "Supergirl" first took a stab at bringing Iron Man to the big screen.
According to Greg Berlanti, his Booster Gold film will have 'no connective tissue' to Batman v Superman or its expanded universe.
Greg Berlanti is reportedly involved in crafting a live-action series based on DC Comics' electrifying Justice League member.
Greg Berlanti revealed that he and his fellow executive producers "haven't really asked" about including Constantine in their DCTV shows.
The Arrowverse EPs did not reveal if the character is on "Flash," "Arrow," "Supergirl" or "Legends."
CBS President Glenn Geller says even if the show hadn't been moved to The CW, it's possible it still would have been renewed for a second season.
This year's four-show crossover will find Green Arrow, Flash, Supergirl and the Legends of Tomorrow facing a common enemy.
The CW is the place to tune in for DC superheroes, as a fun new video highlights ahead of this fall.
Just before production kicks off on "Supergirl," CBR breaks down everything you need to know about the series' first season on The CW
With the go ahead given by executive producer Greg Berlanti, the "Flash" star reveals the game-changing title of season three's premiere.
"This is kind of an unprecedented moment in terms of the history of network television," the actor said.
The writer of the Dwayne Johnson-led "Hercules" movie is writing the reboot of the 1976 sci-fi film for Warner Bros.
New heroes, new conflicts, and one hell of a fight save the show from its increasingly nonsensical time-travel logic in the Season One finale.
In the final moments of the first season finale, someone very important emerges -- who hints at more new characters to come in season two. SPOILERS!
Addressing the show's movie, CBS says "Supergirl" could've been renewed at the network, had the CW not taken on the series.