BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
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.
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.
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.
Apparently, Wonder Woman and the rest of her superhero kind have no place in school — or, at the very least, not in one particular school. An Imgur user posted a series of pics to the photo-sharing platform revealing that the daughter of a friend was banned from bringing her Wonder Woman lunch box into school for the most ridiculous reason.
Director Ryan Unicomb announced back in May that he is planning a documentary that will delve into the production George Miller’s unproduced film Justice League: Mortal. Unfortunately, there’s a slight problem in the way.
At this point, that "big plan" behind the DC Cinematic Universe hasn't exactly revealed itself, but Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice star Henry Cavill has promised that there is something big to which everything is leading.
Aquaman and Wonder Woman have been teammates in the comics for decades, but only now that we’re finally seeing them in live action together. Well, the actors playing them, anyway.
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.
Nixed superhero mega-movie, Justice League Mortal, had big plans for 2009 with Mad Max mastermind, George Miller… until it all fell apart. Now, it seems that folks fascinated by the 86’d attempt are putting together a documentary film, illustrating what went wrong on this once-auspicious epic.
While there were previously some rumors, speculation and teasing that Dwayne Johnson may appear as Black Adam in a Warner Bros./DC film released prior to 2019's Shazam, nothing has thus far come to light to give fans any certainty. As we still can't etch it in stone, it now sounds a bit more promising that the highly-anticipated character may indeed pop up much sooner than we thought.
Joining me this week on the show is Cinema Blend’s own Sean O’Connell, and together we not only talk about the fresh new Aquaman look, but also exactly what Unite The Seven means both for and in the context of the DC Cinematic Universe. Hit the play button above!
As badass as Aquaman will look in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, it sounds he may not have much to do in the 2016 blockbuster compared to the other heroes.
In addition to leading the Aquaman solo film, Jason Momoa will also be one of the main members of the Justice League, which would be exciting for any actor, but the role is also important for another key reason.
We all know (or should know) by now that Fast and Furious and Transformers star Tyrese Gibson wants to be our new Green Lantern. The latest images he posted to Instagram, though, imply that he’s heading in the right direction to make this casting actually happen. And that direction is straight into the Warner Bros. studio.
Wondering who's going to play the Green Lantern in Zack Snyder's Justice League lineup? So's a particular Fast And Furious star who's thrown their hat in the ring.
We have until 2017 before we’ll see the first part of the Justice League movie hit theaters, and apparently things are moving along well…in fact, a little too well. Why is this a problem? The latest rumor suggests that, like with Man of Steel, the script is the main issue with Justice League. Only this time around, it’s for the opposite reason.
The more that James Gunn, director of Guardians of the Galaxy shares on his social media outlets, the more his fans learn that he really is a comic book fan, far beyond just the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
An email from within Sony Pictures Entertainment suggests that Warner Bros. and DC have recruited indie director Jeff Nichols to direct Aquaman.
Now that Jason Momoa has been confirmed as Aquaman in Warner Bros.’ developing Justice League universe, the Game of Thrones star finally has the greenlight to unleash all sorts of details about the role, his audition process, and the future of this aquatic superhero.
In the same way that Marvel Studios had to up its game when going from making solo movies to the first Avengers, DC Comics is going to have to bring all its got when it comes to making Justice League. This not only means uniting their biggest heroes, but also having them square off against an extremely dangerous threat with a very big plan.