Contrary to reports, Warner Bros. and DC Films’ “Justice League” has not undergone massive reshoots, multiple people with knowledge of the film tell TheWrap. “There has been no additional photography to date on ‘Justice League,’ we have planned and will shoot additional pickups early summer,” says one studio insider. “Additional photography has always been planned like most pictures in general but certainly for a tentpole of ‘Justice League’s’ size and scope,” the source continued.
DC and Warner Bro’s “Wonder Woman” film may still be a few weeks from our shores, but that didn’t stop the Princess of the Amazons from making “an appearance” in Singapore last Thursday (4 May).
The first official trailer for ‘Justice League’ made its way online, but the reaction has been mixed. The heroes that make up the Justice League (bar Superman, of course). While we’d seen footage of Warner Bros. and DC’s upcoming superhero ensemble before, this was the first proper trailer unleashed, and it packed a huge amount into two-and-a-half minutes.
Thankfully, there’s already a tease of what’s to come, with Aquaman getting his own mini teaser. It’s cool, it’s impressive and it’s apparently the first of five teasers to come before the full trailer is revealed on Saturday.
It looks as though ‘The Batman’ is going through some changes. During an interview with CBS Pittsburgh (via Batman News) Joe Manganiello – the man behind the Deathstroke mask – cast doubt on whether or not he’s even in the movie at all. “Maybe,” he said, throwing his hands up in the air when asked about ‘The Batman’.
Ahead of this summer’s ‘Wonder Woman’ we’ve been given a glimpse at how Diana Prince (Gal Godot) became the fearless warrior, in the Origin trailer. Similarly, ‘Wonder Woman’ will (ideally) thinly tread the origin tale before focusing on her adulthood and time fighting alongside Chris Pine’s Steve Trevor in Europe. It is, however, where the film seemingly starts, as we witness Diana grow up through the use of either flashbacks or a contextual, chronological series time-hopping scenes.
Zack Snyder has revealed a new clip from ‘Justice League’. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a very small clip from what’s likely going to be an action-packed almost-debut for the character in the upcoming ‘Justice League’ movie.
It’s official – Nightwing is getting a solo film. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the long-time Batman sidekick Dick Grayson will star in his very own DC superhero flick… with ‘Lego batman Movie’ director at the helm. “Warner Bros. is plotting a new DC superhero film based on the Batman-centric character Nightwing,” they revealed.
Credit: Warner Bros. It’s official – ‘The Batman’ has found its director. Matt Reeves has officially closed a deal to direct ‘The Batman’ – the upcoming solo movie starring Ben Affleck as DC’s Dark Knight.
During an interview with The Guardian, the 61-year-old actor revealed that his upcoming role in ‘Justice League’ is just the beginning… and will be a lot bigger in Aquaman’s solo movie. “Well, Justice League is very particular because it’s an ensemble movie and my character is being introduced here in order to be a principal role in Aquaman,” he said. A long-time recurring character in the ‘Aquaman’ comic books, it looks as though his role is likely just a cameo in ‘Justice League’.
It’s official - ‘Justice League Dark’ is going a bit darker. No, not the live-action ‘Justice League Dark’ movie which began life with Guillermo del Toro - we’re talking about the new DC Universe Animated Original Movie, which will be led by none other than Matt Ryan as John Constantine. Appearing online via IGN, the Official ‘Justice League Dark’ trailer gives us an impressive look at DC’s latest animated offering.
The Dark Knight kicks it up a notch… according to Deathstroke. “[Ben Affleck’s] take is a fresh take but I think the audience is going to be surprised,” he told the Mark Madden, Super Genius Podcast. Well, if you believe the hype, it could mean that reports of ‘The Batman’ script being in a spot of bother could be very, very wrong.
The Dark Knight Rises… to tackle creepy clowns. Following the recent creepy clown epidemic, it looks as though one New York Police Department has come up with a pretty unique solution to combat them - Batman. “The Fairport Police have received a lead in the Crazy Clown epidemic that has been gripping the nation,“ the department wrote via Facebook.
During an interview with Variety, 68-year-old ‘Batman V Superman’ star Jeremy Irons revealed that the upcoming Batman solo film will begin shooting next year. Asked about his role in ‘Justice League’, he replied: “Similar [to ‘Batman V Superman’], but then, of course, Ben’s going to make a Batman film next summer. “In the ‘Justice League’ we have seven major lead characters and I’m the butler to one of them,” he added.
Tom Cruise has been at the top of the Hollywood pyramid now for over 30 years, and he’s been able to stay there because of his choices as an actor. During his appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Tuesday night, Cruise was quizzed about why he’s yet to move into the comic-book world, and as per usual he was effortlessly charming as he gave his answer. After being asked, “Have you ever thought about making a superhero movie?