Set your alarms Super Friends as tonight at 7pm BST Warner Bros. UK along with Glamour Magazine are hosting a special #WatchAtHome for Birds of Prey and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn.Read more
With Wonder Woman 1984 gracing the pages of the latest Total Film magazine, we’ve got a slew of new updates on the film and the wider world around Gal Gadot’s Diana Prince.Read more
PlayStation Now is a subscription service service that allows gamers to experience beloved fan-favorite PlayStation games via streaming, or even downloading titles depending on the desired game, right to their PS4, or even their PC.
Recently, the critically acclaimed title by Insomniac Games, Marvel’s Spider-Man was added to the very diverse library of PS2, PS3, and PS4 video games that is available to PlayStation Now subscribers. According to PlayStation Blog, titles also joining the PlayStation Now library this month include Just Cause 4 and The Golf Club 2019.
As most gamers know, the PlayStation exclusive Marvel game is not considered to be an origin story; it follows a young Peter Parker in his twenties, in addition to other classic characters whom lost of fans recognize from previous iterations of Spider-Man, like Mary Jane Watson, and Miles Morales.
According to Marvel.com Spider-Man is available to stream or download via a PlayStation Now subscription from now, until Tuesday, July 7th.
Following our earlier look at episode one of DC’s Stargirl we’re now bringing you a huge gallery of cast portraits to help get your excited for the series May 18 debut on DC Universe!Read more
Whilst fans mourn the lost episodes of The Flash, Batwoman and Supergirl which we may never get to see, there’s some consolation in the knowledge that Legends of Tomorrow had completed production on its fifth season before lockdown began.Read more
There are only two new episodes of The Flash left this season thanks to COVID-19 but it looks like the season is hurtling towards a massive ending. With Mirrormaster now on the loose thanks to Bloodwork, the last thing that Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) needs is a visit from Godspeed.Read more