After the trauma of losing Carter (Falk Hentschel) and failing to stop Vandal Savage (Casper Crump), the “Legends of Tomorrow” team could use a win — and in Thursday’s episode, titled “White Knights,”…
If you’re a fan of The CW’s “Arrow” or “The Flash,” you probably recognize most of the cast members populating their midseason spinoff series “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow,” but even if the heroes (and…
“Arrow’s” Sara Lance (Caity Lotz) is back from the dead, at least in body — but like everyone who takes a dip in the Lazarus Pit, she’s been irrevocably changed by the experience. In this week’s…
“Arrow’s” Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman) isn’t a man who is known for his moral compass, but in the Oct. 21 episode of The CW drama, we’ll see the new Ra’s al Ghul faced with an ethical quandary…
“Arrow’s” Caity Lotz is officially a Legend. The actress will play the White Canary in the CW’s “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.” During a teleconference with the media on Thursday, CW president Mark…
Benson Lee's dance pic is so fatally frontloaded with endless training montages, awfully written, indifferently acted drama, sports-film platitudes and jaw-dropping product placements that only the…
CW’s surprise hit “Arrow” can cross another Comic-Con off the list after elating fans with a sneak peek of its second season, and a welcome, crowd-pleasing surprise appearance from The Archer…
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Content has tapped Caity Lotz and Toby Stephens to play the lead roles in sci-fi action thriller "The Machine."
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Screen Gems has commenced production on the dance film "Planet B Boy," which will star Josh Holloway ("Lost"), Laz Alonso, Josh Peck, Chris Brown and Caity Lotz.
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