Comic book movies have been exploding onto the big screen for the past several years now with some great (and less great) directors at the helm. But there’s one legendary filmmaker who refuses to touch the genre with a 10-foot pole: Ridley Scott.
The director of Justice League opens up about the critical reactions to Batman v Superman and addresses how the tone of the new standalone (not two-part) film will shift, as will the approach to Ben Affleck's Batman.
From the London set of Justice League, Ben Affleck discusses his solo Batman movie and the lighter tone of his Batman, as well as who he may be mentoring in the new movie and the DC Universe's potential cross-pollination.
Love it or like it, there’s no denying Marvel’s big-screen strategy works. So, in the wake of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Warner Bros. has decided to make some changes to its approach to comic book properties.