Justice League's behind-the-scenes problems are well-documented now, but it's not the first superhero movie to have super-sized difficulties coming to screen.
Poor Justice League. Not only might it lose as much as $100 million at the box office, now people are openly laughing at it.
Sure, there's probably some friendly rivalry between the DC Comics superheroes and their compadres over at Marvel, but this is a bit much.
Note: This commentary contains spoilers for the movie “Justice League”. When “Superman” came out in 1978 starring Christopher Reeve as the title character, it promised audiences that they would believe a man could fly. Although other superhero films had come before it, “Superman” was the first major one to have a budget befitting a superhero movie.
Christopher Reeve wasn't at all happy with Marlon Brando's performance in the first 'Superman' movie, and accused him of only being in it for the money.
Sitcom's tie-in contest for tickets to the DC movie premiere potentially gives away a surprise plot development.
Kick-Ass and Kingsman director had been previously linked to a 'Man of Steel' sequel, which he admits is still a possibility.
Adaptation of 2003 graphic novel 'Superman: Red Son' (in which Superman grows up in the USSR) rumoured to be in the works.
After Zack Snyder called the shots on ‘Man of Steel,’ ‘Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice’ and the upcoming ‘Justice League,’ it looks like there’s a new director in the frame for Superman’s next solo movie. According to Collider, Warner Bros and DC are pressing on with a second ‘Man of Steel’ movie starring Henry Cavill, and they want British director Matthew Vaughn to take the helm.
Yahoo Movies has the exclusive first look at DC Collectibles’ upcoming line of premium, screen-accurate 12-inch statues based on the Justice League lineup. The meticulously detailed poly-resin sculpts were designed in coordination with Warner Bros. and present our best look yet at the costumed characters who make up DC’s premier hero team: Ben Affleck’s Batman, Henry Cavill’s Superman, Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman, Jason Momoa’s Aquaman, Ezra Miller’s Flash, and Ray Fisher’s Cyborg. Each piece, mounted on a Justice League stand, will retail for $150, be limited to a run of 5,000 copies and will be available timed to the film’s Nov. 17 opening.
Denzel Washington and Viola Davis may have the biggest Oscar buzz, but there is simply no Fences star cuter than the drama’s precocious young star Saniyya Sidney. Sidney, who has also appeared in Roots and American Horror Story, recalled her reaction to first hearing about the film, a family drama set in 1950s Pittsburgh and based on the Tony Award-winning play by August Wilson.
One minute you’re walking the red carpet, the next you’re flipping burgers. That’s not quite where these 10 screen actors found themselves, but they did choose the real world – and a job you or we might do – over the glamour of Hollywood. Image credits: Getty, Rex_Shutterstock