We explore the rich history of one of DC Comics' oldest and most socially relevant superheroes - who somehow doesn't look a day over 30.
Kevin Smith is set to direct an episode of Supergirl, and its title is a reference to a project of his that died 20 years ago.
Kevin Smith shares how his daughter, Harley Quinn Smith, literally saved him from the bitterness of directing and fighting with film critics.
The teen daughter of the vanguard of geek chic talks headlining her first film under dad's direction.
The filmmaker talks enthusiastically about the series, and reveals the name of his episode gives a nod to his early work.
Smith will not only helm a Season 3 "Flash" episode this year, but also a Season 2 installment of "Supergirl."
However, Gustin made sure to mention that "there are permanent ramifications" from "Flashpoint" over the course of Season 3.
MGM is reportedly nearing a deal to bring a TV series based on "The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension" to the streaming service.
The director is more than eager to bring his comic creation to television, if any of the CW/DC Comics shows are game.
Caitlin Snow's mother may be revealed on "The Flash," Kevin Smith wants to direct "Daredevil," and Jackman and Stewart are seen on "Wolverine 3" set.
Fresh off his turn on "The Flash," the filmmaker says he'd love a shot at the Marvel television universe.
Director Kevin Smith also revealed that his adaptation of "Buckaroo Banzai" is close to finalizing a deal.
The co-creator of the Marvel Universe guest stars in the latest trailer for Kevin Smith's upcoming comedy.
The revered director and comics scribe weighs in on last week's game-changing "Captain America" twist.
MGM will work with writer-director Kevin Smith to adapt "The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension" as a television series.
One particular Marvel movie charmed Steven Spielberg; Channing Tatum suits up on "Kingsman: The Golden Circle's" set and more.
Amell responds to Smith's idea for a two-part episode featuring the "Green Arrow" villain he created, Onomatopoeia.