BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
Finally! There’s only so many times I can watch that Comic Con trailer before my mind turns to mush.
When Marvel threw a Samuel L. Jackson cameo after the credits of the first Iron Man movie it was a gamble. With one sentence, the studio put in motion a plan that nobody had ever tried before.
Well this sounds promising. Some might even say it is Super. Little by little, details are squeaking out regarding the highly anticipated The Justice League: Part 1.
Is Christian Bale playing Bruce Wayne again in Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice after all? No. No he's not. And here's Christian Bale telling you so.
Just like we have with many of the other major blockbusters set to come out over the next few years, we have researched and gathered as much information about the development of the Justice League movie as we could possibly find to try and put together a picture of what we can expect from the superhero team up movie.
Although he no interest in revisiting superhero movies, Michael Keaton he still holds Batman in high regard. In fact, he’s willing to use the Dark Knight to insult Spider-Man in front of other people.
While we still have to wait a few more months for the return of Batman in a live action feature, DC has continued to produce a series of Batman animated films direct-to-DVD to keep fans of the dark knight satiated until the big crossover movie hits next summer.
Who'd win in a fight: Batman or The Hulk? Michael Keaton thinks he knows the answer, and you can learn that information by smashing the link above.
Most of the key roles for the film are likely cast now, unless the movie ends up with even more of Batman’s rogues gallery making an appearance.
With a new series of Batman movies potentially on the way, this is the perfect opportunity for villains to be introduced that haven’t been seen on the big screen yet. Here are the adversaries of the Caped Crusader that need their due.
Details have been light on what to expect from the next solo Batman movie plot-wise, but now new information has come out reporting that the movie will draw inspiration from these key storylines.
The already crowded Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice has confirmed another cameo, but don't expect another member of the Justice League.
Ben Affleck wants to direct the new Batman film. Warner Bros. wants Ben Affleck to direct the new Batman film. So why hasn't Ben Affleck been confirmed to direct the new Batman film?
No superhero has been as busy on the big screen as The Batman. He’s getting ready for his eighth major motion picture since 1989 when Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice comes out next year.
When the DC Cinematic Universe launched in 2013 with the release of Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel, it did so with a young, fresh-faced Superman. That, however, was not the direction chosen when it was decided to relaunch Batman once again.
We’re turning back the clock and taking a look at the DC movies that didn’t see the light of day, from other Batman and Superman movies to projects featuring more obscure characters.
Nearly 20 years after Batman & Robin, Batgirl is getting a second shot at the big screen through The LEGO Batman Movie, where she’ll be voiced by this comic book project veteran.
Batman is one of the darkest and grittiest superheroes the genre has to offer, and that could even extend to his animated features, as the Batman: The Killing Joke adaptation could be rated R.
Today we got what may be our best look yet at Ben Affleck's Caped Crusader in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. And he looks just as grim and badass as we hoped.
We’ve been hearing a lot about the steps Jared Leto took to bring his iteration of the Joker to life. In addition to his commitment to the character’s intensity, the Oscar-winning actor revealed that he spoke with Grant Morrison in order to better conceive the Gotham madman.