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A series of behind-the-scenes images of the cast of George Miller's cancelled Justice League have been posted by Hollywood stuntman and fight choreographer, Greg Van Borssum.
Kevin Tsujihara is the current CEO of Warner Bros. Entertainment and in a recent New York Times article he said a a film series based on DC Comics will be announced in the near future.
Taking part in a #RockTalk Q&A on Twitter, Hercules star Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has revealed some more hints about his role in an upcoming DC comic book movie, confirming that as much as he likes the character, it won't be John Stewart/Green Lantern that he plays.
Hercules star Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has talked in great detail about his role in a future DC comic book movie, and offers up three lengthy condition which he had before taking the role. Calling him a "badass mother[frick]er", it sounds like the character will be far more interesting than Lobo!
Ever wanted to see Marvels mighty Avengers take on DC's Justice League? Well you can now...kind of. Thanks to modding, we can see the two duke it out in a basketball video game (still cool, right?). Click on to watch the vid and leave your thoughts in the usual place.
Continuing the universe that I would create if in control of the DCCU with fancast with outline for story and costumes.
With all the Speculation on the Man of Steel sequel and the 10 month push back, Mark Hughes has a Logical Speculation that Ben Affleck will direct the DC's ensemble movie...Hit the Jump to find out more...
(Or) How DC and WB can stop shooting themselves in the foot and build a franchise!
Darseid, Martain Manhunter, Boba Fett? Justice League speculations and rumors galore! Read on for more.
Recent rumours of the DC/Warner Brothers movie strategy certain ruffled some comic book movie fans, especially compared to that of the MCU. Hit the jump for a light hearted look at the future and current differences between the two major competing movie universes.
In these video interview clips, actor Christopher Gorham discusses his role as The Flash in Justice League: War, a film still celebrating its New York premiere tonight at the Paley Center For Media despite the snowstorm blanketing the city.
Rumors are spreading that John Stewart will be in the upcoming Batman vs Superman movie or even the Justice League movie. Here's why I think Hal Jordan should be the Green Lantern first.
The Justice League is a growing presence in a variety of mediums these days, and this Tuesday that will include Target with the DVD release of JLA Adventures: Trapped in Time. What follows is an excerpt from an exclusive interview with director Giancarlo Volpe.
More news has emerged on today's Justice League rumours, seemingly confirming them. BatmanOnFilm's Mark Hughes (a relatively reliable source) claims the rumours are true! Hit the jump to see what he has to say!
Debuting next month on Blu-ray and DVD is the animated adaptation of Justice League: War, based on the first Geoff Johns/Jim Lee New 52 JL storyline. What follows is a piece featuring exclusive interviews with director Jay Oliva and writer Heath Corson.
What if the movie Batman vs Superman just happened to suddenly get shelved? What would be WB/DC next best option to go to if they want to make a quick major film to rival Marvel's own? This is an idea in mind of what the first option should be. Read on fans!
Two new stills from Justice League: War have now been released, and they feature both the Justice League heading into battle and Wonder Woman squaring off with the villainous Darkseid in Warner Bros. Animation's adaptation of the team's debut in "The New 52". Check it out!
The villainous Darkseid (Steve Blum) leads his army of Parademons into battle against the DC Universe's mightiest heroes in this brand new still from the highly anticipated Justice League: War, the animated movie which loosely adapts the team's debut in "The New 52". Hit the jump to check it out!
Justice League: War is based on Geoff Johns and Jim Lee's first Justice League arc in DC's "The New 52" continuity, and acts as a follow-up to Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox. Hit the jump for a new look at Green Lantern, The Flash and Shazam!
All of my previous editorials detailing my opinion on the rollout for the DCCU, which has thus far featured Superman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, the Flash, and Batman culminates in this editorial about the Justice League.
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