Todd Phillips, director of the upcoming, as-yet-untitled Joker origin film, has revealed a first look at star Joaquin Phoenix, before he becomes the infamous Batman villain. Phillips captioned the image with just “Arthur,” evidently this iteration of the Joker’s name before he took on his mononym. The film, directed by Todd Phillips, is an “exploration of […]
There have been been rumours and speculation about Ben Affleck stepping down as Batman for a long time now — and with the recent reports that Henry Cavill may also be on his way out as Superman, they've been given a fresh lease of life. The question is, who would replace him? SEE ALSO: Ruby Rose to debut as The CW's Batwoman Well, there would probably be no shortage of actors lining up — and it sounds like Jon Hamm is keen to place himself towards the front of the queue. "It depends on the script, what the story is," Hamm recently told Graham Bensinger during an In Depth interview, per the Hollywood Reporter . "I am a huge comic book fan, always have been. I've read comic books since I was nine or younger. And I'm pretty knowledgeable about a lot of them. And I like the genre, and I like when they're done well." Hamm went on to say that he's heard rumours of fans calling for him to play Batman since the early days of Mad Men — but so far it's not something he's ever discussed with anyone. "I have never been offered anything," he said. "I think the internet wants what it wants. But, I mean, a lot of people have to sign off on that, obviously not just the internet." So would Hamm be interested if someone were to approach him about the role? "I'd probably fit the suit," he said. "I'd have to work out a lot, which I don't love. But, I am sure there's an interesting version of that being out there. "And if they wanted to tap me on the shoulder and ask me to do it, why not?" Why not, indeed. WATCH: These actors love playing superheroes
“We are working on getting our draft in the next couple of weeks and things are progressing,” Matt Reeves said at TCA today about the current state of his Batman redux which he is set to direct for Warner Bros. “We have conceptual stuff going and coming into being and my head is totally in the script. In fact I’m going to be leaving right now (from the Beverly Hilton) to work on the script,” added the War for the Planet of the Apes director who hopes cameras roll sometime…
‘Shazam!’ lived up to early descriptions as “‘Big’ with superheroes” when its first trailer wowed audiences at the San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday.
Comic-Con fans got the first look at DC's marine-based hero's new costume in sneak-peek footage and via toys on display on the show floor.
Aquaman has historically been an underappreciated character, frequently derided by fans for his so-called powers and silly orange costume. But the new "Aquaman" trailer, which premiered Saturday at the San Diego Comic-Con, proves that DC’s aquatic hero has got plenty of blockbuster muscle.
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