Back in the early 1980s, DC Comics artist Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez worked tirelessly to create a “DC Bible,” as it were, to keep the look and feel of all the heroes in line. Now a whole lot of pages have finally made it into the wild.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice will feature redesigns for the Caped Crusader's Batmobile and Batcave. But it's another DC movie (not yet released) that was the true inspiration behind what we'll get to see on the big screen.
Though we know every movie DC and Warner Bros. plan to make over the next decade, we haven’t heard much from the future stars of the Justice League. So, what does Ezra Miller think about being The Flash in a year or so?
The Justice League movie would be Warner Bros. first attempt to create a consistent DC universe within the comic-book giant's film franchises. It only makes sense that Batman would be a part of that. What makes less sense, is a Batman who is NOT Bruce Wayne—but that may be exactly what we'll get.
Marvel struck gold with their Phase One film plan leading into The Avengers, weaving several tentpole films into one massive box office bonanza. Now DC wants to get in on the action with a Justice League flick. So what does Marvel Studios head-honcho Kevin Feige think about DC's approach?