Warner Bros. Animation’s latest DC movie might be under fire at the moment, but the next movie in line from the studio’s roster is finally going to give fans something they’ve wanted for a while, whether live-action or otherwise: the Justice League Dark in action. And now, we have a first look.
As cliffhangers go, the one in the Supergirl finale was pretty low key. After a saccharine sweet family dinner, the cast sees a Kryptonian pod arcing through the air. Kara and J’onn toot over to investigate, and the last shot is of Kara’s mixture of confusion and delight.
DC’s next film opens in just a few weeks, but the cast showed up in Hall H at Comic-Con to debut this final look at the supervillain team-up film Suicide Squad. Weirdly, it’s a much more in-depth look at the squad than we’ve seen before.
She’s finally here. After years of false starts, a live-action Wonder Woman movie is coming next summer. Warner Bros. just revealed the first trailer at San Diego Comic-Con to the uproarious excitement of the Hall H crowd, and it. is. perfect.
The Killing Joke is a 30-year-old Batman graphic novel that goes to ugly places, especially in what it does Batgirl. And when folks expressed anger at Barbara Gordon’s portrayal in a new, controversial scene in the upcoming film adaptation during a DC panel, things got ugly in real life.
I was skeptical about Powerless when I first heard about it, not the least of which because it sounded like a rip-off of Damage Control, created by the late, beloved Dwayne McDuffie. Plus, Katharine didn’t much seem to care for the pilot. But after watching the first episode of the upcoming NBC series myself, I was…
You know what else it has? Color. Glorious, glorious color.
Also? It’s fun. It’s a lot of fun. There’s definitely some silliness here—hell, Batman even smirks after drops a minor quip after kicking Mr. Freeze in the head—but anyone looking for some good, straight-up superhero-vs.-supervillain action should be pleased. with WB Animation’s newest DC offering.
There’s a lot of awesome stuff that DC Collectibles has announced at Comic-Con this year. But I don’t think anything quite compares to a set that is basically just a series of different expressions for the Batman: The Animated Series-style figure. I mean, look at them!
We’ll be seeing more from the Lego Batman Movie at Comic-Con this week, but we’ve now got our first look at characters in the film beyond Will Arnett’s goofy Dark Knight—and they’re looking a little different from their usual incarnations.
We’re excited to see Supergirl heading to the CW this year, but that excitement is tinged with the sadness of the fact it means the show will have a lot less of its golden regular Calista Flockhart as the fabulously icy Cat Grant. That probability seemingly has become much more certain with the arrival of what appears…
Ever since Keiynan Lonsdale debuted as Wally West in season two of The Flash, we knew he would eventually gain super-speed and help Barry Allen fight villains as the Fastest Teen Alive. Here’s the first look as Lonsdale in his superhero duds, which turns out are about as comics-accurate as a fan could want.
This is bizarre news. Not just because Wonder Woman has wrapped production and we’ve only just learned who wrote the script Patty Jenkins shot, but because what many assumed would be a DC movie out of the direct hands of Zack Snyder’s involvement is in fact very much connected with the filmmaker.
Every time we find out more about what filming Suicide Squad was like, the more convinced we are that it was a nightmare beyond understanding. This week: Viola Davis calling Joel Kinnaman a “pussy” and a “bitch.”
Kevin Smith’s already directed an episode of The Flash, and he’s going to be back directing another episode for season three. But what he really wants to do is direct and write an episode of Arrow.
You know what was missing from the Joker? Removing his signature smile from his face and putting it in a hidden pocket in his jacket. Also removing his lips. In other words: Ahhhhhhhh!
One of the biggest questions about the DC/CW universe of shows is whether the Flash, when he ended his second season by saving his mom in the past and rewriting the timeline, would also have changed the timelines of Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow. Yesterday, Stephen Amell suddenly declared that it would. Then he…
Greetings and salutations my... uh... greeters/saluters. Sorry last week’s mailbag got briefly lost in the mail (the irony!) but here’s an extra-large one to make up for it, including whether WB could “Rebirth” the DCMU, who should star in Marvel’s Suicide Squad, and how you can recognize if a woman is in a…
It seems like Viola Davis was the only sane person on the Suicide Squad set. Because after suffering through every weird and miserable thing that nightmare had to offer, she was in the mood to pepper spray Jared Leto right in his method-acting face. As would I.