Director Chris McKay discusses the casting progress for Nightwing. Ron Howard teases a cool Star Wars easter egg for the Han Solo movie. Plus, get a better look at Gotham’s new Scarecrow, a mustachioed John Boyega emerges for new Pacific Rim: Uprising posters, and new footage from Downsizing. Spoilers Now!
We’re inundated with comic book movies and TV shows these days. But for a decade now, we’ve been in the age of the “practical” hero look. And that was fine in the beginning, when everyone was worried about getting regular people to take this genre seriously. But we are far past that point now, and there are some…
Most news that comes out about the DC Extended Universe on film makes it sound a bit more messy than the relatively tidy and intricate Marvel Cinematic Universe. According to the Chris McKay, that might be the result of Warner Bros. focusing on something unique in the world of superhero movies. The directors.
It’s been a confusing few days for people trying to keep track of what’s going on in Warner Bros.’ movie universe, called the DC Extended Universe (DCEU). So we’ve compiled a list of all the movies currently planned and their statuses.
At last year’s Comic-Con, we brought you the vital news that Japanese statute maker Kotobukiya was planning a new line of “handsome men” statues that would kick off with DC’s Nightwing, an homage to one of—if not the—best butts in comics. Now, a year later, we’ve finally got our first look at the statue, and it’s a…
Black Adam might not be in the Shazam movie after all. Rian Johnson debunks a Last Jedi rumor. Kevin Feige has an update on the Fantastic Four’s movie future. There’s another clue for the title of the next American Horror Story season. Plus, new looks at Kingsman: The Golden Circle and Netflix’s Death Note. Spoilers!
Stop me if you’ve heard this before, but a beloved comic book hero is going to turn into a jackbooted thug for a government attempting to impose fascist rule in a new series. At least with this new one, we’re being told from the get-go that they’ll come to realize the error of their ways.
There are few things more glorious in superhero comics right now than the Batman ‘66/Wonder Woman ‘77 mash-up series. But its last few chapters, despite featuring the amazing Burt Ward Robin’s evolution from Boy Wonder to disco goddamn Nightwing, have also taken a fascinatingly dark turn.
Plus more rumors about the future of DC’s movieverse beyond the Bat-Family. Joe Manganiello wants to make his own Dungeons & Dragons movie. Plus, new details about Supreme Leader Snoke in The Last Jedi. Spoilers now!
There are a lot of potential DC movies coming in the next few years.
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’s a battle between serious and sassy, as our defrosted assassin dukes it out against the “Dick Pic”-texting Bird Boy in the latest “Super Powered Beat Down.” But who gets the final blow?
Dick Grayson’s rear end is finally getting the rock solid tribute it deserves.
Robin War, DC’s new event series about the army of teens running around Gotham in the name of Batman’s sidekick, is pretty much all about the identity of Robin, and what it means to take on that mantle—but for one Robin in particular, Dick Grayson, it seems like it’s all about another particular mantle.
We've known it's been coming for a while after DC announced delays to try and fix the problems with the toyline, but at last, here's some good news for the toyline based on Batman: The Animated Series and The New Adventures Of Batman: Nightwing is on the way, and he looks rather lovely.
It's been nearly two years since Hissoni Johnson's Nightwing-origin webseries made its début, but it's returned at last. However, it's not here to give you more Dick Grayson, actually, but to reveal the story of Jason Todd in a world where Batman works alone.
You've heard the argument that male superheroes are sexualized simply because they are often bare-chested. But a man taking off his shirt doesn't make him a sex object. It's actually rare to find examples of male superheroes who truly are sexualized the way women are in comics. Here are ten examples.
Not content with Black Canary, Arsenal, the Huntress, Deathstroke, Deadshot, Bronze Tiger, China White, Doctor Ivo, or upcoming characters like The Flash and Amanda Waller, Arrow has just added Batman's protégé Nightwing to its ever-increasing cast, to be played by Steve McQueen of The Vampire Diaries fame.
Still sad Christopher Nolan's Batman movies are over? Well, then you might want to consider donating to this Indiegogo campaign to help make a fan flick continuing the story, set one year after the events of Rises, where John Blake has carried on Batman's legacy as Nightwing. Here's a 7-minute preview!