Justice League

Justice League The Justice League, also called the Justice League of America or JLA, is a fictional superhero team that appears in comic books published by DC Comics. Various comic book series featuring the League have remained generally popular with fans since inception and in most incarnations, its roster includes DC's most popular characters. The League concept has also been adapted into various other entertainment media, including the classic Saturday morning Super Friends animated series (1973–1986), an unproduced Justice League of America live-action series, and most recently the animated series Justice League (2001–2004) and Justice League Unlimited (2004–2006). A live-action film was in the works in 2008 before being shelved.
Click the jump to read some thoughts that have popped in my mind that relate to Zack Snyder's 2017 film Justice League. This is about characters, setting, and everything in between. Hopefully you enjoy it.
Before he was cast as Black Adam in Shazam, it appeared as if Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson was being lined up to take on the role of Lobo. However, the movie fell apart, and its director Brad Peyton talks here about why it didn't happen and whether or not it ever will...
As we all know, Wonder Woman is set to appear in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Awesome, right? Well, I don’t know. As excited as I am to see Diana finally brought to life on-screen, I do have my reservations. Read on if you are interested…
Dial H for Hero and Starman may be C-List titles but these DC Comics characters have a loyal following. Now, a wider audience will be introduced to these characters thanks to a new joint venture from Machinima and Warner Bros.
Ahead of the July DTV release of Justice League: Gods and Monsters, Machinima is releasing a prequel web series in June. Apparently, confidence is high as a second season has already been greenlit for 2016. Read on for details that were revealed during Machinima's Heroes Rise press event in NYC.
Here is a new fan-made Justice League trailer that combines the movie universe with the TV universe! Check it out!
Marvel has Kevin Feige, Warner Bros. has... well, nobody if the details contained in the following report are accurate. It seems that even though the studio has lots of movies in the pipeline, there's no leader in place to call the shots and ensure everyone's on the same page...
A trailer for a Days of Future Past style film in the DC Cinematic and Television universes. Enjoy!
Several cataclysmic events rock the world and thrust it into utter chaos. And the only people who can possibly stand a chance of saving this earth and everyone that lives on it haven't even met each other yet. This is the story of the Justice League's beginnings.
I take a look at some of the heaviest hitting villains in all of DC, and examine who would be the best suited for an outing against the Justice League in the DCCU. Check it out...
With the incredible powers in Superman's possession, it's hard to imagine a scenario where Batman (without kryptonite) comes out on top in a fight. Here, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice star Henry Cavill answers why it wouldn't be a one-sided affair.
Not too long ago, WB revealed the slate for their DC Cinematic Universe. I've thought A LOT about this and have gathered ideas and opinions in my head since then. As a result of that, I want to get these ideas out somewhere and decided to do it here on CBM.com. Hit the jump to see what's been going on in my mind for the past few weeks.
Early rumors pegged Brainiac as the villain of WB's Justice League movie but with Avengers: Age of Ultron, has that all changed? Will non comic book fans be able to tell the difference between Brainiac and Ultron?
On this week's Meet The Movie Press, film reporter Jeff Sneider dropped a few interesting scoops. However, by far the most important of them was the identity of the DCCU Green Lantern- according to Sneider, WB/DC will be going with the John Stewart incarnation of the character as opposed to Hal Jordan. Check it out!
With the first trailer out for Bruce Timm's Justice League: Gods & Monsters, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has given us our first look at the DVD cover for the animated feature! Along with the cover, you can check out all the details for the film as well! Check it out!
This might seem like a silly idea to some -- but what might a Justice League movie have looked like in the 1960's? Would it have even worked? Click the link to hear my take on it.
In depth analysis on the DCCUC or DC Cinematic Universe Costumes.
Jump in and let's discuss, argue, agree, disagree, fight, cry, laugh...
A trailer for the new animated film was released hot off the heels of information released for the film. Hit the jump to see the new trailer!
Former Game of Thrones star Jason Momoa talks here about what it was like to suit up as Aqauman for the first time and provides an update on the current status of 2017's Justice League. Perhaps we should think twice about believing any of those so called scoops about it! Read on for details...
In a recent interview with IGN, Guillermo del Toro offers an update DARK UNIVERSE film adaptation over at Warner Bros. which has been in the works since 2012. However, scheduling conflicts with his current TV series mean that "Somebody will do it", but most likely not him. Hit the jump and take a looK!
This is the first in my series of films that takes place in my interpretation of the DC Cinematic Universe. So films like Man of Steel, and Batman V Superman do not exist. So how would I do it? Read on to find out!
Former Game Of Thrones (err, spoiler) actor Jason Momoa talks here about landing the role of Aquaman in Zack Snyder's Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice and beyond, saying that he trusts the director's ideas and his vision for the character. Click on for more...
Obviously the events of Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice will give us a much better idea of what to expect from Zack Snyder's first Justice League movie, but as of right now it's pretty much a blank canvas. Click on to let us know how you think it should be handled.
With Shazam! not arriving until 2019, not many were expecting to see Dwayne Johnson's Black Adam anytime soon. However, if the Rock's latest comments are to be believed, there may now actually be a chance we do see him in the near future.. in Justice League! Come check it out!
The Comic Book Guys talk DC Animated Universe's THRONE OF ATLANTIS! Plus, DAREDEVIL on Netflix, the FANTASTIC FOUR Trailer, and SUPERMAN's new powers! (WARNING: Contains Adult Language) For more visit www.thecbguys.com