Given these tumultuous times, there’s a real comfort in knowing that WB/DC somehow managed to get a live-action Wonder Woman movie right while hilariously flubbing Batman and Superman. We should all be immensely looking forward to the film, which is why I very recommend you don’t watch these new, completely amazing…
Warner Bros. got a bit of flack over the past few weeks for its apparent lack of advertising for Wonder Woman, its first female-led superhero film. Even though later reports suggested it’s had more advertising dollars behind it than Suicide Squad, the backlash seemed to work... as we’ve since gotten a slew of TV ads…
I’m all for Chris Pine cracking jokes and being rescued by a kickass Gal Gadot all the time in Wonder Woman, which basically means the movie just needs to be different versions of this new clip over and over again.
It’s official: There’s another DC TV show on the way to add to your watch ist alongside Arrow, Supergirl, Flash, and like a dozen more at this point, and this time it’s a live-action Teen Titans show, which has long been in development limbo. But there’s a twist—it’s not going to be on TV, and neither is the next…
Because beginning next year, you’ll be able to travel to the new Warner Bros. World in Abu Dhabi and visit, amongst other WB-themed locations, Metropolis and Gotham City-inspired theme parks. Becuase everybody knows how much family fun people have in Gotham City!
If you were a studio that hired Guy Ritchie for a King Arthur movie, would you in any way expect to get the sort of classic medieval story full of pining and faith—or would you expect one where Arthur wears a henley and shadowboxes? The latter, right?
A live-action film adaptation of Watchmen hit screens in 2009. Eight years later, it seems very likely that an animated version of the classic superhero story is on its way.
When The Judas Contract originally ran in Tales of the Teen Titans in 1984, comics fans were stunned by the tone and events of the now legendary storyline. Thirty years later, the new animated film adaptation of those comics may not have the element of surprise, but it still nails most of what made them such a great…
The Conjuring series has been haunted by lawsuits for years, and the stakes are only getting higher. Author Gerald Brittle is now seeking $900 million in damages over claims producers lifted from his work about two real life paranormal investigators. His ace in the hole? Recognizing the pair probably made it up.
Batgirl is coming to DC’s cinematic universe, and she’s got one hell of a name directing her: Joss Whedon himself.
The 2009 DC Animated Universe version of Wonder Woman’s origins is one of our favorite takes on how Diana transformed from Amazonian princess to heroic warrior. And now, to take advantage of all the excitement for the upcoming live-action film, Warner Bros. is making it available again.
This weekend, DC and Warner Bros. will reveal the next trailer for Justice League—and they’re going to spend the next two days reminding you of that with a ton of new posters and little snippets of footage. Here’s the first batch, focusing intensively on Atlantis’ king, Aquaman himself, followed by Batman and the…
Warner Bros. has just announced that the Aquaman movie has been pushed back from its original October 5, 2018 release date to December 21, 2018. But that news has us wondering about the other DC movie that’s meant to be out next year, too: What the hell is up with The Flash?
Throughout many years of comics and many iterations and reboots, the Amazons of Themyscira have had several different origins. The Wonder Woman movie will be no exception to that rule—but it seems like we’re getting an Amazon origin that will still be quite a bit different to what people might be expecting.
Today is Zack Snyder’s birthday, and he’s celebrating by being hard at work on Justice League. But he’s also celebrating by sharing the first, tiny look at Aquaman in action under the sea, and it looks pretty damn majestic.
Importantly, this should also mean that Chris McKay is bringing one of the most lauded butts in comic books to the big screen as well.
It makes sense that the guy who wrestled as the People’s Champion—with the backstory of butting heads with powers-that-be—would look at DC Comics continuity and come away with this reading of the character.
Last month, Archie Comics CCO and Riverdale producer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa hinted at the comics publisher’s plans to expand its television ventures beyond Riverdale and into a whole Archie empire. Now, those plans just got a bit more official, with the announcement of a new deal between the publisher and Warner Bros.
Warner Bros. has a hell of a problem on its hands. A pair of musicians are suing the company and Logan composer Marco E. Beltrami for using the theme song they helped create for the show without giving them money or credit.
And we’re going to suffer through it it together.