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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 DC’s upcoming movies.
When Warner Bros. and Wonder Woman director Michelle MacLaren parted ways, the nebulous “creative differences” was the only reason given for the split. While we still don’t know exactly what these quarrels were all about, we’re 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 it’s no surprise that many wonder if Carter will appear in the 2017 Wonder Woman movie. Here’s what she had to say.
While rumors from a couple weeks ago may have pegged actor Scott Eastwood for the role of Steve Trevor in the growing DC Cinematic Universe, it now looks like the part of Wonder Woman's love interest will actually be going to a different performer.
Wonder Woman may have just lost its director, but the movie may have lost something more than that. Apparently the iconic comic book heroine was going to have a tiger sidekick.
News regarding Wonder Woman's progress has been light lately, but unfortunately the film just suffered a setback by losing its director.
Wonder Woman is here to save the day and bring a more gender equality to the DC cinematic universe. It won't hit theaters until 2017, but it'll be one film you won't want to miss, especially since new details have arrived to make the Amazonian warrioress sound even more badass.
Amidst all the criminals, psychopaths and evildoers filling up Suicide Squad, Scott Eastwood’s character may have just been revealed as a good guy who is a key player from the Wonder Woman mythos.
Will Wonder Woman be able to stand to-to-toe with her male cohorts? If this latest description of her abilities are any indication, she’s way more badass than these guys.
There's been a lot of talk about Gal Gadot's body, with regards to how it compares to that of Wonder Woman's, the character she will soon embody of in a slew of DC films set to hit theaters over the course of the next four years. That said, Gadot recently shared her thoughts on one of the many concerns fans have expressed about her anatomy, the fact that her boobs have been said to be too small to appropriately replicate her superhero character.
DC Comics has created some of the most iconic superheroes of all time, no doubt, with characters like The Flash, Green Lantern, Black Canary and of course Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman. However, they still have some room for improvement, according to this 11-year old girl, who thinks she has the answer to their looming problem.
Wonder Woman was among the many movies DC movies announced in October, and the film already has a director in place, but the film’s release isn’t as set in stone as we originally thought.
When Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman arrives on the screen in Zack Snyder's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, it will be a fairly monumental moment. One can imagine that it will be set up as a pretty exciting moment for the audience in the grand spectrum of the film, but can you imagine what it was like actually see Wonder Woman on the set?
Warner Bros. and DC have allegedly hired six writers to write six different versions of Wonder Woman. Stupid? Or inspired?
Back in late October, it was reported that Warner Bros. was looking for a female director to helm their upcoming solo superhero film Wonder Woman - and today it looks like they have made their choice. New reports are surfacing saying that the producer/director Michelle MacLaren is now in negotiations with Warner Bros. to helm the Gal Gadot-starring film.
Any director contemplating the solo Wonder Woman movie has to deal with a handful of unknowns at the moment. They haven’t see Gal Gadot in action. They don’t know, fully, how the character will be introduced in Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. And they don’t know how the movie landscape will change between now and 2017.
DC Comics and Warner Bros. has finally started to get their cinematic universe off the ground, but even so, there was a long time when nothing was being done on building a connective world with these iconic superheroes. Here’s the reason for the delay.
In 2017, the Wonder Woman movie should prove to be a rather major event. Starring Gal Gadot in the titular role, the solo film will be the first live-action feature about the legendary comic book character, and the movie should play a huge role in further establishing the growing DC Cinematic Universe. But what can we actually expect to see unfold plot-wise?
DC is said to be seeking a female helmer for Wonder Woman. Should they follow through on this, that would make whoever lands the gig a major part of superhero movie history. To date there have only been two women who've been entrusted with superhero adaptations.