There have been rumours suggesting that Joss Whedon was going to leave the project, but he’s still writing the Batgirl movie and will direct.
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Henry Cavill’s Superman, a.k.a. The Man of Steel, has finally been granted a space in Justice League’s official poster. Check it out here.
Ben Affleck has admitted that he’s looking to find a “graceful and cool way” of saying goodbye to the Batman role after Justice League.
It’s been reported that Gal Gadot will only sign onto Wonder Woman 2 once all the movie’s ties to Brett Ratner have been severed.
There’s a new promo image for Justice League in which Ben Affleck’s Batman is holding Aquaman’s trident. Check it out below.
Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Aquaman and Cyborg are all ready for a fight in Justice League’s new poster. Check it out below.
Warner Bros. has announced that Justice League’s new (and probably last) trailer will drop this Sunday, along with a slew of TV spots.
IT has just passed the $500 million mark at the worldwide box office making it the highest-grossing movie of all time, not adjusted for inflation.
Blade Runner 2049 is only a few days from release yet critics have already been taking to Twitter to post some very positive early thoughts on the movie.
After having seen his performance in IT, I was struck by how perfect Bill Skarsgård would be as The Joker in the upcoming Joker spinoff movie. Here’s why.
It has become the highest-grossing horror movie of all time and Warner Bros. has already announced a release date for its sequel, It: Chapter 2.
Damon Lindelof, the writer and producer of Lost and Leftovers, is teaming up with HBO to bring Alan Moore’s Watchmen to television.
There are reports suggesting that the script for the Joker spinoff movie is almost complete and that the film could start filming as early as 2018.
Zack Snyder revealed that he’s not going to get involved with the rest of Justice League and is just letting the guys working on it do their thing.
Patty Jenkins has closed on a deal to direct the sequel to her box office hit, Wonder Woman, which will make her the highest paid female director ever!
Wonder Woman is gearing up to be this summer’s biggest box office hit, beating Dunkirk, War For The Planet Of The Apes and Transformers: The Last Knight.
Jared Leto is reportedly pretty upset about Warner Bros. wanting to have multiple actors play different iterations of the Joker.
Warner Bros. is reportedly looking at getting Leonardo DiCaprio to sign onto the Martin Scorsese produced Joker standalone movie.
As well as overseeing the film’s reshoots, Joss Whedon will also officially be credited as one of the co-writers for the upcoming Justice League.
Warner Bros. is reportedly in the early stages of development on a Joker origins movie which will be directed by Todd Phillips and won’t star Jared Leto.