"Wonder Woman 1984" led domestic box office charts for the third straight weekend without much in the way of competition. The superhero sequel nabbed $3 million between Friday and Sunday, bringing its total in the U.S. and Canada to $32.6 million. Overseas, the film grabbed $4.7 million for an international tally of $98.8 million. With […]
"Wonder Woman 1984" used its lasso of truth to rope in a modest $5.5 million over the New Year's holiday. The sequel also ensnared another $10.1 million from overseas markets, bringing its global total to a ho-hum $118.5 million. Wonder Woman may be an iconic comic book character, but the film's lackluster results aren't that […]
Christmas is often one of the most popular times of year to gather the family and watch a new movie, and this holiday was no different. The biggest distinction, however, is that the season's biggest releases -- "Wonder Woman 1984" and "Soul" -- battled for streaming service subscribers rather than box office dollars. "Wonder Woman […]
Diana Prince is officially heading back to the big screen for a third "Wonder Woman" movie. Warner Bros. has fast-tracked development on another installment in the DC Comics franchise, with Gal Gadot returning to star as the title heroine and Patty Jenkins back to write and direct the concluding entry in the superhero trilogy. The […]
Listen up, DC: Tiffany Haddish reveals her deep knowledge of comic books for her dream part.
"Black Panther" has made the world safe for Best Picture-nominated superhero stories. And director Patty Jenkins couldn't be happier to enter a brave new world where comic-book movies are a serious part of the awards conversation.
Brie Larson, Samuel L. Jackson and the team behind "Captain Marvel" talk about the expectations surrounding the MCU's first female-led film.
"Aquaman" started off the new year swimmingly, dominating the domestic box office and clearing the $200 million mark in North America. DC's superhero tentpole collected $16.78 million on Tuesday, marking the fourth best New Year's Day haul behind "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" ($34 million), "Avatar" ($25 million), and "Meet the Fockers" ($18 million). A […]
The director of the first "Twilight" also calls out other female-written, female-driven YA adaptations for hiring male filmmakers.
Warner Bros. has moved Gal Gadot’s “Wonder Woman 1984” back seven months from Nov. 1, 2019, to June 5, 2020. The sequel, which is set in 1984, replaces Mark Wahlberg’s “Six Billion Dollar Man,” which has been taken off the schedule. Jeff Goldstein, Warner Bros.’ president of domestic distribution, said, “We had tremendous success releasing the […]
Twitter reaction is decidedly mixed over news that the "SNL" alum is lined up to play the Amazonian's archnemesis in the sequel.
On Wednesday, fans of 2017’s “Wonder Woman” and current monster hit “Black Panther” engaged in an extremely important debate on Twitter: who would win in a fight between Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman and Okoye, the head of Black Panther’s special forces played to badass perfection by Danai Gurira. The debate was sparked by Wednesday’s news that the villain of “Wonder Woman 2” will be Cheetah, perhaps to be played by Kristen Wiig.
The year's biggest superhero film received zero nominations, while an animated film about a baby boss got a surprise nod.
"Boss Baby" wound up with more nominations than "Wonder Woman." See all the notable hits and misses.
With 26 days left in 2017, Twitter has shared a bevy of info on the most tweeted about movies and shows, and — shocker — “Wonder Woman” was the biggest hit of the year on the app.
“Alien: Covenant,” “Dunkirk,” and “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" also make cut; final noms to be revealed Jan. 23
There was one Oscar hopeful who really stood out on the red carpet of Saturday’s Governors Awards in Hollywood. Brooklynn Prince, the 7-year-old ingénue of Sean Baker’s acclaimed drama The Florida Project, has been doing press rounds for the film since it debuted at Cannes in May, and she already comes across as a seasoned pro. Asked why people need to see her debut film, Brooklynn responded, “Because of the message.
Costumes worn by the female warriors are noticeably different than they were in “Wonder Woman,” sparking online battle.