Heller said, “I would say in terms of what [director and executive producer Danny Cannon and director of photography David Stockton] are doing — visually — Gotham will surpass the Batman movies.”
So how good can Gotham really be? Krupa and Chris discuss the relative merits of the new show, which finally got a trailer this week.
It has a lot going for it, but also several reasons to be cautious. And we also discuss that comparison with the films. Is it justified or are the Nolan films now sacrosanct?
In The Flash, Grant Gustin stars as Barry Allen, a character already introduced on The CW’s hit hero series Arrow. Allen is a Central City assistant police forensic investigator who receives his super-speed powers after being caught in a chemical explosion at a lab.
iZombie, from Veronica Mars’ Rob Thomas and Diane Ruggiero, is about a med student (Rose McIver) who hides her undead nature by working at a Coroner’s Office, where she has access to the brains she needs to feed on – brains which, in turn, give her access to the corpse’s memories and voices in her head which can only be quieted by solving murder cases connected to those people.
With Gotham, The Flash, Constantine and iZombie all greenlit, Eric Goldman and Scott Collura discuss the crossover potential with each other and the DC Comics movies.
GOTHAM is an origin story of the great DC Comics Super-Villains and vigilantes, revealing an entirely new chapter that has never been told. This Fall on FOX!