Joker Was Originally Going to Team Up With Enchantress in Suicide Squad

A lot of bad edits, behind-the-scenes antics, and other questionable decisions turned DC’s Suicide Squad from a cool antihero saga into a weird, confusing mess. Jared Leto’s Joker took the biggest hit—making the much-hyped “method” character a glorified cameo. Now, director David Ayer is shining another light on the…

A Star Trek: Discovery Star Joins the What We Do In the Shadows Reboot

Robert Zemeckis is creating a new scifi saga. Get a look at one of Mission: Impossible - Fallout’s wild new stunts. The Charmed reboot is finally looking for its new witches. Plus, new looks at the return of iZombie and Ash vs. Evil Dead, and a whole host of DC villains coming to the Harley Quinn animated show.…

Gotham City Spends a Preposterous Amount of Money Cleaning up Batman's Messes

Sean Murphy’s Batman: White Knight is a slow burn of a comic that favors scene setting and world building over huge narrative payoffs from issue to issue. While this week’s issue doesn’t push the series’ plot forward terribly far, it does reveal an interesting tidbit about Gotham’s finances, and a brand-new Joker.

Margot Robbie Says She's Working on Her Own Separate Harley Quinn Solo Movie 

There’s no doubt Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn was the standout character in Suicide Squad. It’s why, since then, we’ve heard the character will not only be in Suicide Squad 2, but possibly a Gotham City Sirens movie as well as a Harley and Joker movie. But the actress is reportedly working on a fourth Harley movie…

In Batman: White Knight, the Joker's Plan to Save Gotham Begins With a Modest Proposal to Harley

Though Batman: White Knight is technically an Elseworlds story about a rehabilitated Joker seeking to convince Gotham that Batman is the true source of its problems, it’s also a love story. The Joker’s had many a great loves in his life: comedy, crime, Batman himself. But he’s never hurt a loved one as much as he’s …

The Gotham City Sirens Are Taking Over Riverdale in Harley and Ivy Meet Betty and Veronica

The premise to DC and Archie Comics’ crossover special Harley and Ivy Meet Betty and Veronica reads like a piece of fan fiction, something television or film studio executives dream about but would never dare actually writing. Obviously, this is why the comic’s first two issues, written by Marc Andreyko and Paul Dini…

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At This Point, It Seems Like Warner Brothers Is Trying to Ruin DC's Cinematic Universe

Though Warner Brothers and DC were slow to begin building their own shared cinematic universe in a fashion similar to Marvel’s, there was no reason to believe that they wouldn’t be able to pull it off successfully in their own time. Looking at the current state of things, though, that’s becoming increasingly difficult…