Suicide Squad is a weird movie, and not just because it’s about a motley crew of supervillains set in the DC universe. The movie itself is also a motley amalgamation—a strange blend of different tones, stories, and pacing all mashed into something that has cool individual elements, but never really comes together.
Last Friday, io9 was among a group of journalists invited to the London set of Justice League. There director Zack Snyder, star/executive producer Ben Affleck, and everyone involved all had one, simple message for us: We know. And we’re trying.
That Suicide Squad trailer is so fun, right? Dark, but exciting and funny? Well, apparently, that’s not the movie director David Ayer made. He made something much more serious and, after the success of the trailer, rumor has it reshoots are taking place to add some levity to the movie.
From November 26th until December 31st, 2014 or while supplies last, Lego shop at home is giving away a free Jor-El (5001623) minifigure with select purchases. There is no spending threshold, the giveaway comes with any purchase as long as it is under the Lego DC Comics Super Heroes theme.
As it was done to Star Wars, so shall it be done to the DC Universe. Robot Chicken will be poking both the Justice League and the Legion of Doom in the superpowered eyeball on September 9th at midnight on Adult Swim. In this blood and urine-soaked trailer, the other superfolks aren't letting Aquaman join their…
There's only one Mjolnir, hammer of Thor — but there are two Thor movies coming next weekend, one in theaters and one on Syfy. In fact, you could make your own Thor movie in your back yard if you wanted.
The first cinematic trailer for DC Universe Online made us feel like it was the best superhero movie we'd never get to see in real life. And now this new "Fracture" trailer is just as thrilling — when I realized the identity of the guy in the hood, I freaked. [via Geek Native]
At NYCC, the traditional DC Universe fan circus hosted by executive editor Dan DiDio was dominated by the recession, mouthy fans, a mistake that made DiDio take his seat — and a peek at what's coming up.
So this weekend at Comic Con, we're all expecting DC to unveil plans for more movies. A Flash movie, a Wonder Woman movie, maybe even a Justice League film. But should DC try to tie its films into one continuity?
GI Joe Movie Swords
What better way to re-enact the excitement of your favorite blockbuster guilty pleasure than with a ninja swordfight using foam swords? Hasbro has heard the pleas you didn't even know you had, and created a Snake Eyes foam sword as well as the accompanying Storm Shadow foam sword. We recommend…
Metallo, the cyborg with the heart of Kryptonite, makes his Smallville debut this Friday — but you won't see the kind of full-on Kryptonian/machine-man battle we feature in this exclusive clip from Superman/Batman: Public Enemies. Not to mention a Bat-intervention.
If you're looking for overblown superhero adventure with lots of guest-stars, then you can't go wrong with new animated direct-to-DVD movie Superman/Batman: Public Enemies. But if you're looking for something with a solid story, you may be in trouble...
While we may have been hearing about the upcoming DC Universe Online MMORG for some time, the announcement yesterday that fan-favorite writer Geoff Johns was writing parts of the game - including sequences familiar to fans of his books -made the year-plus wait for the game that little bit harder. After all, who…
At last we have video proof that Mortal Kombat's fatalities will lay the smackdown over DC's weak "brutalities" in the Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe game. All the giant-breasted Catwoman can do is straddle Sonya and claw at her. Meanwhile, the poor Flash gets lit ablaze and roasted to death.