The Justice League has a rooftop meeting with James Gordon in Justice League. Battered by pre-release drama and disappointing box-office numbers, Justice League limps onto Blu-ray today in a version that won’t satisfy the vocal horde of Zack Snyder fans insisting that the director’s original vision can and should be revealed to the world. Instead, Warner Bros. is standing by the hybrid theatrical cut, which mingles Snyder sequences with new material overseen by his replacement, Joss Whedon, who receives co-screenwriting credit.
Petition-signers might not be thrilled, but Warner Bros. will be including tons of extra material on superhero Blu-ray.
Early tracking projects at least $110 million in North America ticket sales for the Nov. 17 launch of Warners and DC's superhero spectacle.
Justice is a dish best served loud and full of action in the new trailer for the Zack Snyder-Joss Whedon super team-up.
Latest evidence that Joss Whedon's reshoots are moving tone away from Zack Snyder’s more monochromatic aesthetic.
“I can understand people saying ['Batman v Superman'] was too dark, or this was outside the tone of what I’m used to seeing with a Batman story," he says.
Warner Bros. and DC are spending big money to ensure that “Justice League” builds on the creative success of “Wonder Woman” instead of serving up a “Suicide Squad”-style disappointment. The studio, which had no comment on the scheduling trouble, is spending approximately $25 million on extensive reshoots that have dragged on for roughly two months... Read more »
At Comic-Con for a “Justice League” panel, Ben Affleck addressed a recent report that his Caped Crusader days were ending.
The Justice League cast (minus Gal Gadot) united at CinemaCon to show off some new footage. Director Zack Snyder came to the stage with Batman (Ben Affleck), Superman (Henry Cavill), Aquaman (Jason Momoa) — as well as The Flash (Ezra Miller) providing a piggyback ride to Cyborg (Ray Fisher).
Batman, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, the Flash, Cyborg character teases seen in short video clips Warner Bros. has debuted in past two days via Twitter
Jason Momoa’s character stands front and center in a new, 15-second clip paving the way for release of new full trailer scheduled to arrive on Saturday
By Aaron Couch, The Hollywood Reporter Aquamomoa is taking the high seas! Director Zack Snyder has shared a look at Jason Momoa‘s Aquaman swimming underwater, finally answering the age old question: What does the king of Atlantis look like when he’s not getting angry at Bruce Wayne in a seaside tavern? Related: Jason Momoa on Who Did the Most Extreme Stunts in ‘Justice League’: ‘Me. ...
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.
In early May, The Hollywood Reporter told us Batman v Superman director Zack Snyder, the man DC tabbed to shape their franchise, was seeing his control lessened. DC Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns and Executive VP Jon Berg instead were going to be the creative leads of their cinematic universe. With the onslaught of negative articles directed at Snyder’s film and the hand-wringing over what will come to pass in future films, you’d think DC was in a state of turmoil.
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.
Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice director Zack Snyder talks to The Daily Beast about revealing big villain Doomsday via trailer, and hints at a "bigger enemy" for Justice League