The CW released a extended promo for next week’s episode of The Flash. The title is called “The Fury of Firestorm” will introduced Edge of Tomorrow actor Franz Drameh. Franz Drameh will portraying Jefferson “Jax” Jackson aka the new, other half of Firestorm.
The introduction of Jefferson “Jax” Jackson comes after the death of the original Firestorm, Ronnie Raymond in the season premiere.
But is he?
Robbie Amell posted a picture of himself and Franz Drameh, along with the caption “Firestorm is in great hands! But I’ll be back”. Giving everyone a hint that we have not seen the last of Ronnie Raymond.
A fan theory that is making the round on the net is that Ronnie was not killed in the singularity. In actually he was sucked through the portal to an alter Earth. Also with this theory is that Ronnie is suffering in the same way as Dr Stein is and he’ll need to find a new partner as well.
This would fit well into the multiverse that DC loves to use in the comic book line. The multiverse is now making it’s way into the DC universe on TV. I hope that it is not over used like it is in the comics.
So the first trailer for the upcoming AMC series ‘Preacher’ will be on a extended episode of ‘The Walking Dead’. The episode will be airing on November 1st. The series is based on the Vertigo comic by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon. The show is set to premiere mid-2016 and was developed for television by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg.
That is right boys and girls when Star Wars: The Force Awakens makes in way to Netflix it will appear only on the Canadian Netflix. All because of those legal contracts that between countries and company’s.
Yeah for once on the legal system.
In a article published from Variety, Netflix will be streaming Star Wars: The Force Awakens in 2016. At the present moment Canada is the only territory where the company can stream the film. At the present moment Starz has an exclusive deal to show Disney titles through 2015. Netflix deal starts in 2016 to show Disney titles on the service.
Also Netflix had deals with Corus Entertainment and Bell Canada has expired giving way to Star Wars: The Force Awakens to be on the 2016 schedule eight months after the movie leaves theaters.
So for all us Canadians, Netflix just got a whole lot better.