There are a lot of potential DC movies coming in the next few years.
Justice League Dark tries to cram far too much into its relatively short 70-odd minute runtime—and because of it, not everything it does quite sticks the landing. What does, though, is remind us that Matt Ryan’s excellent John Constantine has been a dearly missed character in our lives since his TV show got canceled.
You have witnessed the Dark Knight fight crime. You’ve witnessed him at the height of his prowess, you’ve witnessed him at his darkest moments of weakness. And now, thanks to the Justice League Dark animated movie, you have witnessed him... shaving.
Poor John Stewart. He was so happy to get to show up at a Justice League meeting and he turned up on the day that magic decided to screw with people’s minds. Also, Batman is not nice.
DC All Access showed a new clip from the DC animated movie Justice League Dark featuring a demonic poker game. It features cheating, commentary on David Copperfield, and a pretty solid pun on “betting the house.”
What happens when demons and magic start proliferating in the DC world? You call John Constantine and his merry band of supernatural allies. Well, first you call Batman, who calls Constantine, and then tags along anyway because he’s Batman, apparently.
Doug Liman thinks he knows why Warner Bros. picked him to direct the Justice League Dark movie, a.k.a. Dark Universe: because there was no chance of him turning in a movie that looked like anyone else’s.
Few people love playing a role as much as Matt Ryan loves playing Constantine. He played him on the short-lived NBC show Constantine, he showed up as him again in Arrow, and now he’s voicing the character in DC’s animated movie Justice League Dark.
I mean, of course Justice League Dark gives us Batman. You simply can’t get away with releasing a DC team-based piece of media without Batman in it, right?
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.
The Killing Joke might not have released yet, but it looks like we already know what’s in store for the next movie from DC’s animated universe: an adaptation of the supernatural hero team up book Justice League Dark. But does the animated movie’s existence mean that the long-in-development live action film’s chances…
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John Boyega talks wielding a lightsaber in The Force Awakens. Quicksilver has another elaborate super-speed sequence in X-Men: Apocalypse. Milla Jovovich looks different in Resident Evil set pictures. Plus, Sarah Dollard on her Doctor Who episode’s big connection to the season’s arc, and a new Jessica Jones clip. So…
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It’s an MCU blowout as Kevin Feige discusses Black Panther’s origins, the tone of Spider-Man, and the potential for the Wasp in future movies. Plus, Guillermo Del Toro leaves Justice League Dark, Guardians of the Galaxy 2 gets an official title, Wayward Pines could get a second season, and more. To Me, My Spoilers!
Don't hold your breath for Joss Whedon to direct Avengers 3 and 4 — or for a Star Wars spin-off starring Obi-Wan. Just how much does Lois Lane interact with Bruce Wayne in Batman v. Superman? And do we already know the team-members in Justice League Dark? Plus The Flash is attempting its biggest VFX challenge yet.…
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Marvel has a pretty decent head start on DC at this point, in terms of creating a movie universe — hence DC's rush to do Batman Vs. Superman. But according to Guillermo del Toro, DC is going to get there soon, and his team of supernatural misfits will be part of the plan.