Riding the wave from Man of Steel and small-screen hits like Arrow, DC is doing a pretty good job across the media — except when it comes to connecting them. But could that change soon?
Long before the era of Zack Snyder and Batfleck, another Justice League movie almost made it in front of the cameras — before it flamed out spectacularly in preproduction.
We’ve basically seen it as a foregone conclusion by this point, but now a Warner Bros. studio exec is talking about the big picture for DC comic properties.
It's time for DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. to get with the times. They're sitting on a goldmine of characters and we're not sure they know what to do with them.
Arrow star Stephen Amell has responded -- sharply -- to that report that he has "had discussions" about appearing in Justice League.
While talking up the new season of Arrow, star Stephen Amell revealed that he has had some “discussions’ about Warner Bros.’ long-rumored Justice League flick. File this one under: “Hell, yes.”
We’re going to have to wait an extra year to see Ben Affleck suit up in Batman vs. Superman, but DC and Warner Bros. have sent a shot across the bow of Marvel’s summer dominance.
The first clip from Justice League: War has been released and it reveals the very first meeting between Batman and Green Lantern. So, how do you think that went?
If you're having trouble with your holiday shopping this year, you can take comfort in this fact: everyone loves superheroes.
We’ve been hearing rumblings about what could’ve been ever since George Miller’s 2007 attempt to bring the Justice League to the big screen went kaput, and now we can finally read the script for ourselves.