We’ve barely seen the new Flash and Cyborg in action, and yet we already have some glimpses of what might have been with their movie costumes. And Barry Allen in particular almost looked radically different than what we’d expect from the cinematic scarlet speedster.
Zack Snyder has revealed the first image of J.K. Simmons as Commissioner Gordon in the upcoming DC superhero saga, Justice League, and the guy looks pretty good in black and white.
Being released by Abba Games, the tabletop combat game will see players either co-operate or compete as either the League or a roster of DC villains to complete tasks before going toe-to-toe with each other to decide the fate of the world... or at least the victor of the game.
Zack Snyder tweeted an image of what he called “the new Tactical Batsuit.” Love the goggles, Batman.
Adam Driver discusses the tonal shift of Episode VIII. A live-action Marvel star will be showing up in one of the animated series soon. Plus, new footage from the final season of The Vampire Diaries, and tons of new pictures from Gotham and Assassin’s Creed. To me, my spoilers!
In their first interview since taking over the DC Films, the men put in charge of righting the ship after Batman v Superman and Suicide Squad admitted that the tone of the previous films has been wrong—and as a result, many changes are being made.
Joe Quesada discusses Ms. Marvel’s future in TV and film. Chadwick Boseman talks up Black Panther’s tone. J.K. Simmons discusses working on the set of Justice League. Plus, new footage from Blair Witch, and Supernatural calls in an old friend to fight Hitler. Spoilers Get!
The woman behind one of the most famous incarnations of Lois Lane is not pleased about the version that’s part of DC’s current cinematic universe. In an interview with HeyUGuys, Margot Kidder bashed the latest portrayal of Lois Lane as sexist and old-fashioned.
Last week, the news came out that Doug Liman (Edge of Tomorrow) would direct a Justice League Dark movie, with a script from Guillermo del Toro, who would be sticking around to produce. All of that sounds like great news, but there’s just one issue: the looming presence of Warner Bros. over it all.
It’s not just Marvel getting in on the ‘superteams duking it out’ stuff lately—DC is joining in on the fun with a newly announced event that is setting two of their current most popular teams, the Justice League and the Suicide Squad, at each other’s throats.
Transformers: The Last Knight casts a king. There are more rumors for the Flash movie’s villains. Noah Hawley talks Legion. Plus, casting for Outlander and The Handmaid’s Tale, and new footage from Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. To me, my Spoilers!
UPDATE 12:05 pm ET: The Wrap is now reporting that Deathstroke is in fact the primary villain of the solo Batman movie. While we’re still unsure if this is test footage for that film or if Deathstroke may also be making a cameo appearance in Justice League, at least we now know where to expect Deathstroke’s arrival…
Given what he went through in Batman v Superman, if it’s the update to the Superman costume we think it is, it’d make sense. If it isn’t, then we’re being fooled by an Instagram filter and in that case god damn you, Henry Cavill, you sneaky devil.
This photo might be Zack Snyder’s best work.
Maybe they should learn a little bit more from it than simply “motivation.”
Superhero comics are full of death-defying action... that sometimes results in actual death. And for every epic, brilliant final stand, there's a death that's less than satisfying. There are plenty of candidates for the worst superhero and villain deaths of all time. But here are the 10 stupidest ways that comics…
Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice star Henry Cavill decided to ditch the signature Clark Kent disguise so he could meet-and-greet Suicide Squad at San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday.
We already liked Ezra Miller’s Flash when he appeared in last night’s Justice League Comic-Con trailer, but now? We’re ready to be BFFs, because it turns out the (Movie’s) Fastest Man Alive is a big Rick & Morty fan.
DC’s cinematic heroes assembled for the first time at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con for a team photo. But that’s not all—we also have the very first teaser trailer and it’s a hell of a lot more fun than Batman v Superman. See for yourself!
The citywide rampage at the end of Man of Steel is one of the most talked-about scenes of the past decade. For some, it’s a heroic feat of wonder where good triumphed over evil. For others, it was unnecessary carnage and chaos for the sake of letting Zack Snyder blow up a city and making Superman neck-snap a dude.