This week DC Comics launched Trinity, a new series focusing on the relationship between Wonder Woman, Batman, and Superman—and it shines a humanizing light on the World’s Finest in a way other series really can’t. It also reminds us that a) Batman’s history is filled with hilarious moments, and b) Bruce Wayne is a…
Chadwick Boseman discusses Black Panthers of the past in Black Panther. David Mazouz still thinks Gotham doesn’t need Batman. Tatiana Maslany talks about the fates of the clone club on Orphan Black. Plus, what’s to come on iZombie, and teases for a Wonder Woman villain. 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.
Lynda Carter’s Wonder Woman and Lindsay Wagner’s Bionic Woman were icons of ‘70s TV—and now, decades after they ruled the small screen, they’re teaming up for a new comic series fit to burst with nostalgia.
Yeah, that’s the same action figure on the right. Not a press picture of Gal Gadot for the Wonder Woman movie. Great Hera!
The Wonder Woman film is still nearly a year away from being released, but there’s already a lot riding on it. The amount of pressure on the solo movies in the DC movieverse to set up the franchise is so high that we would’t be shocked if Diana herself couldn’t hold it up.
Michael Fassbender promises scares for Alien: Covenant. Agent Coulson’s robo-hand is getting some upgrades on Agents of SHIELD. Echo Kellum says he’ll be suiting up in Arrow season five. Plus, more details on the plans for the CW’s big DC show crossover event, and new looks at Wonder Woman and MacGyver. Spoilers Now!
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.
You know what else it has? Color. Glorious, glorious color.
When Lynda Carter’s Wonder Woman appeared on TV from 1975-1979, her hair was perfect, her superpowers always prevailed, and her sense of justice never wavered. Every episode followed basically the same outline—stop some would-be villain’s nefarious plot—but the specifics of government agent Diana Prince’s cases were…
Find out what The Dark Tower movie takes from across the entire novel series. Gal Gadot talks about the values behind the Wonder Woman movie. Plus, Captain Power is coming back, and new looks at American Gods, Powerless, and Luke Cage. To me, my Spoilers!
There are rumors abound of an unlikely star for Predator. Get new looks at Wonder Woman, Doctor Strange, and Skull Island in the lead up to Comic-Con. Plus, another new clip from Star Wars Rebels season three, the first look at the next season of Sherlock, and new pictures from Fear the Walking Dead. To me, my…
Making their debut at San Diego Comic-Con next week and going wide in 2017, Lego BrickHeadz Marvel and DC buildable figures are freakishly adorable.
It’s often felt like DC Comics hasn’t known what to with Wonder Woman, imbuing her with sensibilities and backstories that clash with each other. The new comics featuring Princess Diana are attempting to mold her history into one cohesive whole.
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.
Today is International Kissing Day, which means the internet is abuzz with the best smooches of movies and TV. However, some of the most famous locking lips have come from comic books. However, which kisses are the best?
DC is not only expanding on the big screen, it’s doing it on a smaller scale, too. Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman are getting brand new Mighty Micros Lego sets, which will include the debut of Doomsday as a minifigure.
The Blade Runner sequel adds an intriguing actor, while Transformers 5 adds a familiar face. The Legends of Tomorrow will encounter a major, real-life historical figure. And someone tries to explain why the hell the Tetris movie needs to be a trilogy. Spoilers, form the head!
Independence Day 3 may already be on the way. Deadpool 2 is definitely on the way. How the Flash messing up the timeline in his TV show has made one actor’s return very confusing. And the Suicide Squad movie receives its own bad theme song. Spoilers, yo!
With all the votes in and all districts reporting, we can announce that the Supergirl TV series has hired former Wonder Woman Lynda Carter to guest-star as the president in the show’s second season.