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While we have heard bits and pieces about Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) and Aquaman (Jason Momoa) in the run up to next yearís release, we didnít exactly know how other members of the Justice League would fit in. Until now.
Whenever a big blockbuster movie is on its way there are two things you be sure will be along in short order. A direct to Netflix low budget knock-off and a porn parody. Such is the case with the Superman v. Batman porn parody, which is now available if you just canít wait for the real thing. This is not the porn parody you need, but itís probably the one you deserve.
Thanks to new images from the Licensing Expo, we now have our best looks yet at Batman, Superman and Wonder Womanís costumes in 2016ís Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
A while back, a rumor was going around saying that Warner Bros. has a maindate for all of their DC superheroes: they would all be dark and brooding like The Dark Knight. Greg Silverman, chief of film at the WB, said with The Hollywood Reporter for an interview to confirm the differences between the DC and Marvel movies, but to reassure the public as to why this needs to happen.
New images have emerged of Wonder Woman in a brutal battle with Superman in the cancelled George Miller blockbuster Justice League Mortal. Check them out!
Just last week it was announced that a brand new documentary was in the works about Justice League: Mortal - the ultimately cancelled DC Comics blockbuster that was going to be directed by George Miller. Now, however, we have an extremely cool sneak peek at this project.
Everyone wants to get in on the superhero movie genre, and Carla Gugino is no different. But whom could she play?
DC's upcoming Wonder Woman may have found its male star in the form of Chris Pine.
DC has some flexibility, as far as we know. Weíre not 100% sure what the timeline of the story in play is supposed to be. But if The Rock is telling us, yet again, that we wonít have to wait until 2019 to see him play Black Adam opposite a yet-to-be-cast Shazam, Iím more than willing to believe it.
We know that Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justiceís titular heroes are at opposite ends of the experience spectrum, but youíll be surprised by how long the filmís tertiary hero Wonder Woman has been around.
Since the first official image of Gal Gadotís Wonder Woman in Batman v Superman debuted at San Diego Comic-Con last year, weíve been seeing a slew of leaked promo art of the Amazonian warrior. Itís unclear in what capacity weíll be seeing Diana Prince in the upcoming Man of Steel follow-up, but even if itís minimal, could the character undergo a costume evolution?
For most of the major superheroes (and even a few villains), theyíre lucky enough to have a love interest as an important part of their mythos. Thatís continued in the movies, and here are the comic book romances we could see on the big screen soon.
Batman v Superman may be mostly for the boys, but donít forget about Wonder Woman. Thanks to the teaser trailer, some images and a handful of posters, we received solid looks at the Dark Knight and defender of Metropolis, but new promo images have landed online to give us our best look yet at Diana Prince.
We're still a ways off from seeing Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman on screen, but if she's half as badass as this new piece of concept art, we're in for a good time.
DC and Warner Bros are using a bizarre strategy for 2017ís Wonder Woman involving multiple writers, which may be cause for concern.
Think that 2015 is a hard year to beat in terms of quality movies? Take a look at 2017's roster, and tell us if you still think that.
DC and Warner Bros. have been doing a good job of reminding us that exciting things are on the way in the DCCU, but there are still a lot of questions that need answering. Here are the questions that are on our minds regarding DCís upcoming movies.
When Warner Bros. and Wonder Woman director Michelle MacLaren parted ways, the nebulous ďcreative differencesĒ was the only reason given for the split. While we still donít know exactly what these quarrels were all about, weíre getting a better idea.
Earlier this week, we learned that Michelle MacLaren had decided to part ways with the upcoming Wonder Woman movie, citing creative differences with the studio that couldn't be overcome. Well, it turns out that Warner Bros. has already found a replacement.
When it comes to Wonder Woman, few know the character better than Lynda Carter, who played her in the titular TV series. So itís no surprise that many wonder if Carter will appear in the 2017 Wonder Woman movie. Hereís what she had to say.