We know a heck of a lot more than we did about DC’s future movie plans, but there are still a lot of questions lingering in Warner Bros.’ massive Justice League scheme.
Warner Bros. has a boatload of properties at its disposal, and the company is digging into everything from DC Comics to cult classic movies to put together its new digital media division.
The folks at DC obviously did a good job of keeping things under wraps to put together that massive movie slate — but apparently the stars themselves were also left in the dark.
While doing press rounds for his World War II flick Fury, David Ayer answered questions about his upcoming DC supervillain flick Suicide Squad.
Fresh off news that Warner Bros. is developing almost a dozen DC comic-book movies, some new intel is making the rounds about which arcs they could be adapting in Justice League 1-2.
It seems DC has finally gotten tired of Marvel stealing all the headlines — and they’ve announced a slate that could potentially rival what Earth’s Mightiest Heroes are cooking up.
The battle is on to see who really owns the film rights to Dungeons & Dragons, and the outcome could have a major impact on how studios develop films.
The Justice League might not be the only superteam coming to the DC Comics movie universe.
There’ve been rumblings Scoot McNairy could be playing a major DC hero in Batman v Superman, but it sounds like he might actually be taking on another iconic character.
The strange saga surrounding Edge of Tomorrow is getting even weirder. It would almost be funny if it weren't so frustratingly sad.