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Ivana Milicevic, known for her work on Banshee and Powers, has joined the cast of Gotham.
Milicevic will have a recurring role in the show’s third season as Catwoman’s long lost mother, Maria Kyle.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the character is best described as a drifter and tough-as-nails operator who is great at using different personas to hide her identity. She’s a ruthless criminal, with her only weakness being her daughter, Selina Kyle (Camren Bicondova).
Ivana Milicevic in Banshee.
Arrow recently celebrated reaching its 100th episode with a big event in Vancouver, attended by cast members not only from Arrow but from the other DC TV shows that have since spun off from that series – starting with The Flash.
At the event, I spoke to The Flash’s Candice Patton being a part of the CW’s DC universe, and the big upcoming crossover between all the series, along with Iris and Barry’s current status, as the long time “Will they?/Won’t they?” dynamic has finally evolved into what actually seems to be the most stable, optimistic situation yet for the two.
IGN: Is it crazy to be part of this ever-growing universe?
Candice Patton: Absolutely. It's a testament to what DC TV has been able to do on The CW. It gives us hope as Flash cast members that in a couple years maybe we'll be here doing the same thing. I don't know that any of us imagined that it could be this big going into four different shows, so I am really lucky to be a part of this. I'm excited that hopefully I'll be here for
The late Heath Ledger, who starred as the Joker in Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight, turned his New York apartment into a shrine for the Clown Prince of Crime, according to a new report.
According to The Post, when investigating the actor's apartment after his fatal drug overdose eight years ago, police found his place covered with comic books and research material on the Joker, as well as clown statues and recordings of him practicing for the role.
"He was studying up on the origins of clowns and all of the previous Jokers like Jack Nicholson's character and Cesar Romero's," an unnamed law enforcement source told the outlet. Ledger was working to make his version of the Joker distinct, the source noted, adding that "he was even studying how to make his voice different from theirs."
The world of Japanese horror has a unique power to it. A combination of rich mythology, distinct cultural anxieties, and style has resulted in some of the best scary stories to ever be produced. More often than not, Japanese horror subverts the label, bending, twisting, and blending it beyond familiarity, into something wholly its own. Rarely is this seen more strongly than in the work of Japanese horror comics.
With their disturbing imagery and stories, which exude a bold sense of dread unmatched by most mainstream hits, horror manga has the power to scare long after you’ve averted your eyes from its black and white pages.
Whether you want a quick scare, a slow burn of terror, or something just downright bizarre this Halloween, look no further than the works of these Japanese horror comics, presented in no particular order…