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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!
For the good of the DC cinematic universe. We dont have time for anymore rebooted main characters so in this case "if its broke fix it!
Many fans seem to think that del Toro's planned Dark Universe movie is something that will never actually happen, but while speaking to Collider the director confirms that after one more revision from the still unannounced writer, they'll be good to go..
The "hero" that was killed has been revealed. Hit the jump for details..
Actor Stephen Amell says Green Arrow could become the next breakout superhero, similar to Robert Downey Jr.'s "Iron Man" while also stating he'd be game for a "Justice League" film. Should "Arrow" mix with the budding DC Cinematic Universe?
It appears Warner Bros. had a plan all along as the film studio looks to close a partnership deal with Dune Entertainment in the wake of Legendary Pictures' departure. Early details on the deal could mean WB will be in a position to take more risks with its superhero films.
The top 5 news stories of the week. Admittedly, this was a pretty slow week as the waters remained calm before the storm known as San Diego Comic-Con drops in two weeks. Still, there's news on "Man of Steel," "Justice League Dark, "The Lone Ranger" and more.
With the coming Justice League movie, Nolan's Dark Knight does not work in the DC Universe. Nolan took too many liberties and went in too many directions that did irreversible damage to Batman. Batman requires a fresh perspective to be what the Justice League needs...
Director Guillermo del Toro has stated that he's open to creating a cohesive DC cinematic universe between his "Justice League Dark" adaptation and Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel." Del Toro also comments on his Hulk television show.
In the first full clip from DC's latest animated feature which is set to premiere at SDCC, Batman and Cyborg recruit some backup to take down Aquaman and Wonder Woman in order to prevent the deaths of millions. Check it out after the jump..
On the heels of David Goyer's proclamation that the Dark Knight trilogy and the DC Universe as established by the recent Man of Steel film are in a separate universe, Warner Brothers is looking down the barrel of a dubious road to a successful Justice League.
Commenting on the tone of the canned Justice League: Mortal (calling it a mixture of The Dark Knight and Star Trek), Armie Hammer also shares his thoughts on Marvel Studios' approach to a cinematic universe when asked if he would consider playing Batman again.
What should DC do with their cinematic characters? Inspired by Khan's articles, I present the first in a new series. What Should DC do with their Cinematic Characters? first up, Martian Manhunter.
Hal Jordan again, back for another addition to my DC Cinematic Universe editorials. In the midst of Man of Steel’s success, there are countless ideas and wishes for the film. Through ten points, I present not only my wish list, but also my idea on how to make this movie the only way it should be done: right.
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