From “Aquaman” to “Wonder Woman 1984” to “Suicide Squad 2,” here's where every DC movie stands following the recent behind-the-scenes tumult.
Some superhero sidekicks are so good that they need more screen time of their own, such as Anne Hathaway’s Catwoman, Idris Elba’s Heimdall, and more.
By Aaron Couch, The Hollywood Reporter Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is at the top of the pack for this year’s Saturn Awards Nominations, with the film bringing in 11 nominations.It was a good year for Disney in other ways as well, with Steven Spielberg’s The BFG tying Doctor Strange with 10 nominations and Captain America: Civil War recognized in eight categories. Warner Bros.’ Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them brought in six nominations. ...
Hillary’s America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice dominated the 37th annual satirical awards show. The two films combined to “win” in every category except for worst supporting actress, which went to Kristen Wiig for her botoxed fashionista character in Zoolander No. 2.
One triumph of The Lego Batman Movie is its ability to simultaneously satirize and celebrate the legacy of the Dark Knight, a rich history spanning eight decades of comic books, TV shows, and, especially, films. From Will Arnett’s Christian Bale-inspired gravelly growl to callbacks to the 1940s serial, The Lego Batman Movie is overstuffed with cinematic references and inside jokes. The pilot immediately calls out the Joker, pointing out how his previous big-screen endeavors were thwarted by the Caped Crusaders, alluding to both 2008’s The Dark Knight and 1989’s Batman.
Pair vie for worst picture of 2016 with 'Dirty Grandpa,' 'Gods of Egypt,' 'Hillary’s America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party,' and 'Independence Day: Resurgence'
All the way back in 2013, there was a sleepy arthouse motion picture named Man of Steel. Among its players was actor Michael Shannon, who played the antagonist, Zod. When Shannon was interviewed by Fandango, they asked him if he had watched that film’s followup, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
He keeps rewatching it even though his wife is making fun of him
In an interview with Deadline at the Venice Film Festival, 'Hacksaw Ridge' director expressed disgusted astonishment at the cost of modern superhero movies, and made it clear he wasn’t a fan of Zack Snyder's superhero showdown.
Zack Snyder's new extended cut plays in theaters in 12 cities on Monday, June 27, a day ahead of its Digital HD release and weeks before its July 19 arrival on Blu-ray/DVD
Justice League, Part One no more. As has been rumored for some time, Zack Snyder’s follow-up to this year’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice will get a name change before it hits theaters next year — kind of. Originally announced as Justice League, Part One, the actual title of the movie will be… Justice League.
The Suicide Squad just hit Hollywood. In advance of the anticipated summer movie, due out Aug. 5, Warner Bros. is displaying a wide selection of costumes and props featuring DC Comics’ off-kilter band of baddies for visitors who go on the studio tour. This week, Warners previewed the exhibit, which also includes artifacts from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, in its museum. In the coming months, the studio will rotate in new pieces from upcoming DC-based films like Wonder Woman and Justice League, as well as its stable of TV shows, including Arrow, The Flash, and Supergirl.
Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman is one of the brightest spots in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, a dark superhero spectacle critics and audiences are otherwise split on. Before the Israeli actress lassoed the role though, there was a lengthy list of other lovely ladies in the mix to finally bring Wonder Woman to the big screen (Friday Night Lights’ Adrianne Palicki got the closest, playing the Amazonian in a failed 2011 TV pilot). Here’s a look at those would-be Wonder Women (with the help of some fan-made art).
Co-CEOs of William Morris Endeavor agency tell Hollywood Reporter their client, who is signed for two Justice League films, has an idea for a Caped Crusader movie "that's out there as an option"
Zack Snyder has finally accomplished something that the assembled talents of Kevin Smith, Jon Peters, Nicolas Cage, and Tim Burton failed to do with the Man of Steel two decades ago in a movie that never happened, as detailed in a must-see documentary
It may come as a surprise to some when Superman is impaled by Doomsday at the end of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. “The comic book was fantastic, and I think that was a poignant moment in comic book history,” Cavill told Yahoo Movies. Ben Affleck, who played Batman in the film, said he thought the storyline fit well into one of the main themes of the movies.
As she reprises her role as Lois Lane in the sure-to-be blockbuster Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice this weekend, we revisit her memorable photo moments on the road to Metropolis.
Ben Affleck, Amy Adams, and Henry Cavill were on The Graham Norton Show promoting Batman v Superman when Batman’s modulated voice came up.
Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, the Flash, Green Lantern, Cyborg make a magnificent seven. With that in mind, director Zack Snyder says his upcoming Justice League team-up will pay homage to one of cinema’s all-time classics: Akira Kurosawa’s The Seven Samurai. Snyder’s Justice League, the sequel to his Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice set for November 2017, will be structured in similar fashion.
Ostensibly, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is a sequel to 2013’s Man of Steel. But, as the second half of the title suggests, the Zack Snyder-helmed superhero smackdown also serves as the launchpad for an interconnected series of DC Entertainment-based films, a slate that includes at least a dozen films over the next several years. BvS not only introduces Ben Affleck’s Batman into the same world as Henry Cavill’s Superman, but we also get a big dose of Gal Gadot’s mighty Wonder Woman and quick glimpses of Ezra Miller’s Flash, Jason Momoa’s Aquaman, and Ray Fisher’s Cyborg. Together, the quintet will dawn into the Justice League.
It may be men with capes who dominate the action in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, but as a recent Fandango poll makes clear, it’s Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman who’s the main draw of Zack Snyder’s blockbuster superhero team-up. While BvS goes out of its way to introduce DC Comics’ famous Amazonian heroine – in order to help lay the foundation for an upcoming all-star Justice League film – Wonder Woman will get her own proper origin story June 23, 2017 courtesy of director Patty Jenkins (Monster). And by the looks of the latest picture released from the production, she’s going to be joined in that stand-alone saga by a trio of equally formidable females. Related: Read our complete ‘Batman v Superman’ coverage First look at the heroines of @WonderWomanFilm: https://t.co/03doHyRen0 #WonderWoman pic.twitter.com/0z3Jws3Uvo— Anthony Breznican (@Breznican) March 24, 2016 As seen in this exclusive shot from EW, three striking warriors will have Wonder Woman’s (a.k.a.
Ben Affleck and director Zack Snyder are going to bat for bat conservation by signing 110 bat houses made of pieces of the movie's set to be sold online with proceeds going to Save the Bats campaign