In a world where hypersensitivity is reigning, a drop of some augmented reality arrived. Joker is a violent film. You may have already heard about it. But, is it nonsense violence? Joker Joker centers around an origin of the iconic arch nemesis and is an original, standalone story not seen before on the big screen. Todd Phillips’ exploration of Arthur Fleck (Joaquin Phoenix), a man disregard...[Read More]
Shazam! is finally out in theaters which means it is time once again to ask the age-old question: How was it? Plot Shazam! follows a young orphan, Billy Batson, as he settles in with his newest foster family. Following an incident at school, Billy finds himself now in the body of a grown man, and one with super powers at that. With the help of his foster-brother Freddy, Billy must now master his p...[Read More]
A failed stand-up comedian is driven insane and becomes a psychopathic murderer. This is the origins story for Joaquin Pheonix's JOKER.
Ruby Rose will be starring as Batwoman. She will make her first appearance in the next big crossover event for the Flarrowverse which includes Arrow, Flash, Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow on CW.
The trailer for DC’s Aquaman will be debuting at Comic-Con this week, and fans of the DC Universe as well as the classics superhero Aquaman cannot wait to see what is sure to be a vast expanse of breathtaking underwater scenery.
After less than stellar box office sales and panned reviews by audiences and critics alike for Justice League, DC has wisely decided to focus on standalone superhero stories for the foreseeable future. This tidbit of rumor mill comes from Daniel R on Twitter, who is well known to be a reliable source of DC movie news.
After the huge success of Wonder Woman, it’s no surprise that DC Entertainment is going full-force with Wonder Woman 2. Filming has begun with Patty Jenkins, and we’re seeing the first shots of these characters in a 1980s setting.
Is Warner Brothers planning a spin-off film based on Jared Leto’s Joker? Rumor has it that they are, with the film possibly going into production in 2019.
Wonder Woman was a spectacular DC Entertainment film directed by Patty Jenkins, and it’s no surprise that a sequel is already being set up. We have the official teaser for the sequel here, directly from Geoff Johns CCO of DC Films and co-chairman.
After the success of Wonder Woman, it’s no surprise that a sequel is on the way by director Patty Jenkins. Given that we know that, new details have developed – including that it is set in the 80s!
The new Syfy channel original show Krypton has just aired last week and new detail on where the show is going has already been revealed. Show producer Cameron Welsh has confirmed that the show will explore other places than the titular planet.