The 36-year-old actor played Superman’s iconic adversary in 2016’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and appeared briefly in 2017’s Justice League
Brandon Routh has spoken about how his brief tenure as Superman 'fizzled out', along with plans for a sequel.
Ben Affleck has opened up about his time as Batman, admitting that he much preferred filming Batman v Superman over Justice League.
"The Batman" director reveals multiple image of costumed star Robert Pattinson behind the wheel of the latest version of classic car.
While Aquaman was a baffling blend of unbelievable weirdness – shark riding, percussion octopuses – it made an absolute stack at the box office ($1.14 billion), and thus ensuring a sequel.
Streaming service DC Universe has renewed “Titans” for a third season. The live-action superhero series will return in Fall 2020.“Titans” debuted in 2018 as the first DC Universe original series. The drama follows Dick Grayson, Rachel Roth (aka Raven), Kory Anders (aka Starfire), Gar Logan (aka Beast Boy), Hank Hall and Dawn Granger (aka Hawk and Dove), Donna Troy (aka Wonder Girl) and Jason Todd (aka Robin).The team is still learning to coexist as they battle adversary Deathstroke.Also Read: Disney+: All the Original TV Shows and Movies Set for Upcoming Streaming Platform (Photos)The series is based on DC Comics’ “Teen Titans,” a superhero team created in 1964 by Bob Haney and Bruno Premiani made up, in its original incarnation, primarily of teenagers who served as sidekicks to DC’s adult heroes.“Titans” is produced by Weed Road Pictures and Berlanti Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television. The series was developed by Akiva Goldsman & Geoff Johns & Greg Berlanti, based on characters from DC.Goldsman, Johns, Berlanti, Greg Walker and Sarah Schechter are the executive producers.Season 2 “Titans” episodes come out every Friday. All of Season 1 is available on the DC Universe platform.Read original story DC Universe Renews ‘Titans’ for Season 3 At TheWrap
Colin Farrell is in talks to play The Penguin in Matt Reeves' 'The Batman', according to reports.
Prior to Suicide Squad's released in 2016, there was some pretty positive buzz going on (aside from some reservations about Jared Leto's Joker make-up).
Three years after “Suicide Squad” hit theaters and was trounced with bad reviews, its writer-director, David Ayer, once again has expressed his frustration with the final product, writing in an Instagram post Sunday how it drifted from its original intention of centering on Harley Quinn and Joker’s relationship.“Movies are fragile. They are like dreams, haunting moments that run from your vision. They have their own logic and truth,” Ayer wrote as caption to a previously unseen image of Jared Leto as Joker. ”If you change the destination after the trip is complete is it still the same journey? The spine of Suicide Squad was Harley’s journey. In many ways it was her movie, her escaping her relationship with Joker was the major emotional through line. A director holds an invisible compass in their hands. It guides every shot, every performance. That compass points to the destination.”He concluded: “If the desintation [sic] changes did the journey even happen?”Also Read: 'Suicide Squad': Here's What David Ayer Would Have Done DifferentlyView this post on Instagram Movies are fragile. They are like dreams, haunting moments that run from your vision. They have their own logic and truth. If you change the destination after the trip is complete is it still the same journey? The spine of Suicide Squad was Harley’s journey. In many ways it was her movie, her escaping her relationship with Joker was the major emotional through line. A director holds an invisible compass in their hands. It guides every shot, every performance. That compass points to the destination. If the desintation changes did the journey even happen? @margotrobbie @jaredleto filmmaking jokerA post shared by David Ayer (@davidayermovies) on Nov 3, 2019 at 10:30am PSTAlso Read: Does the 'Suicide Squad' Extended Cut Fix the Movie? NopeWhen the film starring Leto, Margot Robbie and Will Smith came out in August 2016, the reviews were crushing, earning a paltry 27% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.“Nothing hurts more than to pick up a newspaper and see a couple years of your blood, sweat and tears ripped to shreds. The hate game is so strong out there,” Ayers tweeted at the time.“Suicide Squad” was widely panned by critics, who criticized the plot, directing and screenplay, although Smith and Robbie’s performances received praise. And, still, the film grossed over $745.6 million worldwide.Read original story ‘Suicide Squad’ Director David Ayer Disses First Film, Shares New Photo of Jared Leto as Joker At TheWrap
Greg Berlanti will be behind the series, reports Variety, the man behind the DC Arrowverse shows on US network The CW, and also producer and co-writer of the 2011 Warner Bros movie.
Joaquin Phoenix's Joker movie could potentially haul in $1 billion (nearly £800 billion) at the box office, following a second blockbusting weekend.
While director Todd Phillips is getting all the plaudits for the new Joker movie, at one time, they may have all been going Martin Scorsese's way.
Joker has already broken box office records following its release last weekend, becoming one of the highest-grossing R-rated movies of all time.
Joaquin Phoenix didn't study psychopaths for his portrayal of the Joker, rather something considerably more genteel.