First Look: CW releases teaser for ‘Batwoman’

“Twin-Kill, Twin-Kill, little Bat…” And so Batwoman begins. With a new Bat. Last month, we got our first official look at Javicia Leslie as Ryan Wilder in her redesigned Bat-suit and her Batmobile. Now, The CW has (finally) released a full teaser for the second season of Batwoman in the form of a 60-second promo. As reported here, … Continue reading “First Look: CW releases teaser for ‘Batwoman’”

First look at Batwoman and her Batmobile

The Scarlet Knight is here. The CW has finally released the first official pics of actress Javicia Leslie as Batwoman. And she is pretty “Bat-ass.” As widely reported, Leslie has replaced Ruby Rose for the second season of The CW’s DC Comics-based series. Leslie, who co-starred on CBS’ God Friended Me for two seasons, will … Continue reading “First look at Batwoman and her Batmobile”

First look at Javicia Leslie in ‘Batwoman’ cape and cowl

Batwoman was one of the first series to return to production when COVID-19 safety precautions were put into place in Vancouver. Curiosity has been high ever since star Ruby Rose (Kate Kane) left the series and was replaced by Javicia Leslie. Fanboys and fangirls have wondered how will the African American actress look as the … Continue reading “First look at Javicia Leslie in ‘Batwoman’ cape and cowl”

Javicia Leslie is the new Batwoman

TV now has its first Black bisexual female superhero. The CW has announced that God Friended Me actress Javicia Leslie will play The CW’s new Batwoman following the departure of Ruby Rose. Rose’s departure was announced in May. “I have made the very difficult decision to not return to Batwoman next season,” she said in a statement. “This was not … Continue reading “Javicia Leslie is the new Batwoman”

‘Batwoman’ gets the Gotham kiss she deserves | Gallery

While new CW series, Batwoman continues to shoot exteriors in Chicago this week, the series is breaking ground in Vancouver. In the upcoming March 8 episode, Kate Kane (played by a suited up Ruby Rose) finally gets her kiss with ex-girlfriend Sophie (Meagan Tandy). In costume! That’s a big step forward for the genre, and the … Continue reading “‘Batwoman’ gets the Gotham kiss she deserves | Gallery”

Review: Chicago shines as deadly Gotham in ‘Batwoman’

Chicago with its mixture of art deco, metal and glass buildings is one of the most profoundly beautiful skylines not only in the country, but the world as well. Whether it’s the backdrop to TV series such as Chicago Fire or period film pieces as The Untouchables, the city is a character all unto itself. … Continue reading “Review: Chicago shines as deadly Gotham in ‘Batwoman’”

‘Batwoman,’ ‘mixed-ish’ to screen at PaleyFest 2019

The Paley Center for Media announced that it will host its 13th annual PaleyFest Fall TV Previews September 5-15, 2019, at the Paley Center’s Beverly Hills location. The ten-day festival celebrates the most anticipated new shows of the Fall 2019 television season as well as returning favorites from all five major broadcast networks, cable television, … Continue reading “‘Batwoman,’ ‘mixed-ish’ to screen at PaleyFest 2019”

Kevin Conroy, the voice of Batman, dies at 66

Kevin Conroy, the man who voiced the Caped Crusader on Batman: The Animated Series from 1992 to 1996, as well as in 15 films, 15 animated series and two dozen video games has passed away at age 66. Multiple sources have confirmed that Conroy died at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City from intestinal … Continue reading “Kevin Conroy, the voice of Batman, dies at 66”

CW greenlights Winchesters, cancels Naomi

Cancellation Season is upon us and The CW has just announced major changes to their 2022-2023 lineup! With streaming giants jockeying for subscribers, the “free” networks pay the price as the streamers collect up all their content and move them to paid subscription-based services. This year the CW canceled a whopping SEVEN TV shows. See … Continue reading “CW greenlights Winchesters, cancels Naomi”

Snyder’s Justice League earns Best Movie nom from Critics Choice Super Awards

Take that Zack Snyder’s Justice League naysayers! The Critics Choice Association (CCA) announced that director’s version of the maligned Joss Whedon release has received a Best Superhero Movie nomination and a nomination for Wonder Woman’s Gal Gadot. The nominees for the 2nd Annual Critics Choice Super Awards, honoring the most popular, fan-obsessed genres across both television … Continue reading “Snyder’s Justice League earns Best Movie nom from Critics Choice Super Awards”

Batgirl: First official look at Leslie Grace in costume

Batgirl is currently filming in Glasgow, Scotland and we have been receiving a slew of online photos from the set recently. Now star, Leslie Grace, has posted a costume pic from the HBO Max movie. One would assume Warner Bros. decided to Grace the bat go-ahead for this image. Upon first glance, the costume looks … Continue reading “Batgirl: First official look at Leslie Grace in costume”

Here are all the deets for DC FanDome

If you’re a DC Fan, and I am, there’s only one thing that you will be doing this weekend and that is attending the online event of the year – DC FanDome. Having launched last year during quarantine, it is like a Comic-Con specifically for DC fanboys and fangirls, promising trailers, news and first-look previews … Continue reading “Here are all the deets for DC FanDome”

Over 300 films selected for 17th annual Oscar-qualifying HollyShorts

The Oscar-qualifying HollyShorts Film Festival is back and ready for its close-up. After a year of virtual screenings, panels, and endless Zoom meetings, the world’s largest short film festival will host its first-ever hybrid event from September 23-October 1, 2021. The organizers behind HollyShorts have announced over 300 out of 5,000 submissions made the cut and were … Continue reading “Over 300 films selected for 17th annual Oscar-qualifying HollyShorts”

Batman: Robin comes out of the cave as bisexual

Back in June, Marvel’s Loki on Disney+ nearly broke the internet when the two variants of the genderfluid god of mischief subtly admitted they were bisexual. Here we are again, just days after the news broke that Robin (Tim Drake) came out as bisexual in Batman: Urban Legends #4 in the strip The Sum Of … Continue reading “Batman: Robin comes out of the cave as bisexual”

Time Jump to DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: The Complete 6th Season, 11/9

The Reel 360 team loves the time-jumping, sometimes goofy, adventures of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. Our favorite Super Heroes are back, and this time, they’re out of this world! The fate of the universe is in their hands as Warner Bros. Home Entertainment releases DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: The Complete Sixth Season on Blu-ray and DVD on November … Continue reading “Time Jump to DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: The Complete 6th Season, 11/9”

A chat with Director Andrea Yu-Chieh Chung

The very talented Andrea Yu-Chieh Chung is a Taiwanese documentary filmmaker based in the New York metropolitan area. Born and raised by a family full of wanderers, the director tells Reel 360 that she has endless curiosities about the world and has lived and produced films across four continents. Andrea is passionate about telling stories of … Continue reading “A chat with Director Andrea Yu-Chieh Chung”

Flash, Riverdale, Superman kick off 7-night CW sked

The CW Network will officially launch its new seven-night 2021-22 primetime schedule in Fall of 2021 with a strategic mix of new and returning original scripted series and alternative programming, it was announced today by Mark Pedowitz, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The CW Network. The CW’s 2021-22 network image campaign and new season … Continue reading “Flash, Riverdale, Superman kick off 7-night CW sked”

REEL WOMEN: Filmmaker, author Anna Fishbeyn

Anna Fishbeyn is the founder and president of XOFeminist Productions and Anteriya Films, is an award-winning star of stage and screen, a filmmaker, director, author and actress. She has a passion for the betterment of women in society and has shaped her work to drive gender equality.  Her film Galaxy 360: A Woman’s Playground, which she wrote, … Continue reading “REEL WOMEN: Filmmaker, author Anna Fishbeyn”

REEL WOMEN: Director, Screenwriter Eva Lanska

Eva Lanska is a London-based director and screenwriter. After graduating from the London Film Academy, Eva has focused on producing both documentary and fiction films. She has directed several award-winning films recognized throughout Europe and America. Across her films, Eva studies the concepts of acceptance and love in challenging circumstances. She poses pressing questions to … Continue reading “REEL WOMEN: Director, Screenwriter Eva Lanska”