New concept art and a new photo was reveal for DC’s upcoming standalone Aquaman movie. Council of the Kings looks like an amazing underwater world filled with action and adventure.
Black Manta has been unveiled for the upcoming Aquaman, Council of the Kings movie. The pirate and mercenary will be played by Yahya Abdul-Mateen II.
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.
DC Comic book character Lobo may be making his way to the big screen. Warner Bros. and DC Comics may be teaming up with Michael Bay to bring the bounty hunting anti-hero to a theater near you.
Star Wars fans will be very pleased with the latest addition to the Her Universe line. The popular Hot Topic line which features fun fashionable items from Disney, including Marvel and is now unveiling their latest creation to add to their fun and Whimsical collection; a Star Wars cosmetic line!
Warner Bros. is in development to produce a live-action Swamp Thing series, where it follows a detective as she investigates strange happenings around her hometown of Houma Louisiana! Check out the details here, and where it will become available digitally!
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.