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Interview: Candice Patton, Caity Lotz, & Women of The CW’s Arrowverse Launch Shethority, a Platform for Women’s Stories

Amazing things happen when women support each other and tell their stories.

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The Racist Bullshit Faced by Actresses of Color Has to Stop

During a panel appearance at POPSUGAR’s Play/Ground festival, The Flash's Candice Patton talked about her experiences with racism she has received for playing the character of Iris West on the show, a character who was white in the comics

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Monday Cute: The Flash’s Keiynan Lonsdale Delivers a Prideful New Single With Preach

Although Keiynan Lonsdale is not returning to The Flash or Legends of Tomorrow in a reoccurring manner, the Australian actor/singer has released a single to keep you pumped with all the power of the speed force.

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Actor Keiynan Lonsdale Talks About Exit from Arrowverse

During Oz Comic-Con in Australia, actor Keiynan Lonsdale spoke on leaving CW's The Flash and the Arrowverse in general.

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The Flash Producer Says They Learned Lessons About Writing Villains but There Is an Important Problem They Need to Fix

The Flash producer Todd Helbing shares that they learned their lesson about crafting better villains for the show, but they still have a big problem they need to work on. The Flash season 4 finale is tonight on The CW as Barry Allen fights "The Enlightenment."

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Candice Patton Handles Racist Trolls With More Class Than They Deserve

Candice Patton, who has played the role of Iris West on  for the past four seasons, has had to deal with racist idiots complaining that she has the audacity to not be a white, red-haired woman.

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Our Favorite DC Superheroes “Suit Up” for a New Season on The CW

It's a new year, and that means new TV! All of our favorite shows are coming back from their winter breaks, and that includes all The CW's "Super-verse" shows! What? "Arrowverse" is so three years ago.

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Get Your Grubby Hands off My Supergirl: EP Andrew Kreisberg Goes From Suspended to Fired

One of the most disheartening points for me in the recent wave of high-profile suspensions and firings of male Hollywood executives and creatives was learning that Andrew Kreisberg, co-creator and Executive Producer on multiple DCTV shows on The CW, including Supergirl, was suspended after a long history of sexually inappropriate behavior. He has now been officially fired.

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Supergirl Recap: A “Crisis on Earth-X” Descends on Barry and Iris’ Wedding

Part One.

Welcome to Supergirl Season 3, Episode 8, “Crisis on Earth-X, Part One.”

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“CRISIS ON EARTH-X” DC Crossover Trailer: the B-Team of DC Gives Justice League a Run for Its Money

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If Warner Bros. feels salty about Justice League getting beat by the "B-team of Marvel," they should recognize it's also being outdone by their own B-team.

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Justice League Underperformed at the Box Office. So What Comes Next?

Despite making 95 million at the box office, this was a disappointing weekend number for Warner Bros. with estimates earlier projecting the film to make in the $110 million range this weekend. The movie's budget is said to be around 300 million. Next stop: Aquaman.

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Review: Justice League Is a Messy Ride Saved Only by an Electric Cast of Characters—Except Batman

2.5 out of 5 Stars.

Justice League was poorly written and had mediocre CGI, but was a lot of fun.

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Can People Stop Calling Barry and Iris Brother and Sister on The Flash?

As I've been catching up with The Flash, I have been excited to see Iris West, played by the beautiful and highly comedically talented, Candice Patton getting to play a more active role in the story. She is helping run Team Flash and brings a more stable sensibility to the cast of scientific characters. Yet still, I see people bringing up the same tired discussion in almost every episode that features WestAllen (Barry Allen and Iris West) as the main focus: aren't they brother and sister?

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Buy This Badass Thor: Ragnarok and Justice League Merch for a Very Good Cause

Ever wish you could treat yourself (and your family, and your friends) to some sweet superhero swag and make the world a better place at the same time? I hadn't known this was possible, but this idea is genius, and it comes courtesy of "philanthropic retailer" called BoxLunch.

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Ezra Miller Was Told Coming Out Was “Silly” & “A Mistake”

Justice League star and Fenty customer, Ezra Miller is one of Hollywood's most successful openly queer actors in Hollywood today, but that did not come without a lot of people doubting his ability to make it.

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Call Her Cynthia: The Flash Still has a G*psy Problem

While Cynthia's arrival has been a largely welcomed one, many fans have struggled with the show's decision to maintain her original comic book name, G*psy.

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Henry Cavill Admits What We All Already Knew—The DCEU Has Screwed Up

With the critical and commercial success of Wonder Woman and an upcoming Justice League on track to have a very large opening, this is the time for the DCEU redemption song to play.

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What Do You Think of This New Justice League Poster?

A new Justice League poster is born and I have Many Thoughts.

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Justice League Variant Covers Show Us Wonder Woman and The Flash in Action, but Did They Have to Draw Diana Like That?

In November, DC Comics will begin publishing cinematic variant covers attached to existing titles, in the hopes that fans will want to collect 'em all. Now they've released two featuring battle-ready Diana Prince and Barry Allen. We have some compliments and some concerns.

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Katee Sackhoff Joins The Flash For the Next Big ‘Flarrowgirlverse of Tomorrow’ Crossover

Yeah, I said it. The CW DC shows are now the 'Flarrowgirlverse of Tomorrow.'* Because why should Arrow get all the glory?

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