M. Night Shyamalan is without no doubt one of the best directors in the industry. With films such as The Last Airbender that was well received across many fans and his newer film After Earth that broke box office records. He is talented and proficient with his writing. This is why he should direct Justice League, read on.
With the notion that DC has several film and TV properties, I propose an idea that could be awesome if DC went for it.
I would love to see a Flash movie. He is one of my favorite superheroes, probably number 5, but I can bet my life it ain´t happening and it's just a smoke screen to appease numerous DC fans upset that once again DC/WB is falling back on Batman and Superman.
Hit the link to see why I think WB should look to Superman/Batman: Public Enemies for the upcoming movie, and my thoughts on what ideas they could take from the story arc for the movie's plot.
It seems Zack Snyder may be following the direction of Warner Brothers for the Superman/Batman film. Hit the jump to check it out.
Frank Miller's The Dark Knight Returns is said to be "informing" the storyline for the planned Batman/Superman movie, and now the comic book writer/artist is said to be meeting with director Zack Snyder soon to discuss the highly anticipated follow-up to Man Of Steel.
Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox is the newest DC animated film, and one way it's significant is that it features Sam Daly, the son of veteran Superman voice actor Tim Daly, in the role of Man of Steel. CBM's Ed Gross caught up with Sam to discuss the project.
At SDCC, Warner Bros. announced their next big comic book movie, a team-up film, with Superman (Henry Cavill) and Batman. But, back in 2007, they tried to make a more ambitious film, Justice League: Mortal. Come see a possible breakdown of the script.
After Friday's depression article, I think it's time we lighten things up a bit. Today we turn our attention to the highly anticipated film, Batman Vs Superman. So hit the jump to check it out, I promise you won’t be disappointed!
In 2015, there are two major films in comic book movies. The ScreenJunkies Show points out what could benefit the movies, or make it fail. Check it out!
My thoughts on the announced Batman/Superman movie.
Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox is being released on Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Download on July 30, 2013, and in these interview clips actors Justin Chambers (Flash) and Kevin McKidd (Batman) discuss the film.
Warner Bros. has released a new clip from next week's Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox, featuring Barry Allen (voiced by Justin Chambers) in discussions with the time-altered Batman (Kevin McKidd) about the nature of the Speed Force.
Hopefully the excitement surrounding the San Diego Comic-Con has cooled you all down after my scathing review of Pacific Rim, so I thought I would now share my spoiler-free thoughts on Warner Bros. Animation's highly anticipated Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox. Is it any good? Well...
Salutations, fellow ComicBookMovie members. I am Marauder from the future, and I have came to transmit this review of the Batman/Superman team-up film from the future. Read on for more...
Recently, Zack Snyder has announced that the Man of Steel sequel will feature Batman as a character. In this Editorial, I share my thoughts on the upcoming movie and things I want to see.
The Los Angeles Times spoiled Warner Bros. big announcement about a Batman/Superman movie in 2015, but now The Hollywood Reporter has revealed that they will be following that up with The Flash in 2016 and Justice League in 2017. Read on for details!
This is incredibly exciting news: Warner Bros. is expected to announce its Man Of Steel follow-up at SDCC today, which will see Superman team up with Batman. Director Zack Snyder and screenwriter David S. Goyer are expected to reunite with star Henry Cavill for the feature.
What is Warner Bros//DC Entertainment bringing to San Diego Comic-Con on the movie front? Well, according to the latest from AICN it very well could be a new Batman and Justice League film for 2015. Read on for details.
Comments made during the San Diego Comic-Con have seemingly made it clear that Ryan Reynolds has moved on from Hal Jordan, and in the following interview, the Green Lantern star briefly shares his thoughts on the possibility of reprising the role in Justice League. It doesn't sound likely!