BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
Warner Bros. has just revealed Wonder Woman's full cast to coincide with the film's production commencing. Get the details, as well as a healthy dose of speculation, after the jump.
For years and years, Batman and Superman have been the main focus of attention when it comes to DC Comics movies, but that era is officially coming to an end. The expansion of the DC Cinematic Universe means that all kinds of characters are going to now get their time in the spotlight – and that very much includes Wonder Woman.
Several years ago, before Zack Snyder launched the DC Cinematic Universe with Man of Steel there was a different plan.Originally George Miller was going to bring us all of the DC heroes up front in a film called Justice League: Mortal.
After a set picture of Chris Pine as Steve Trevor on the Wonder Woman set was posted, it’s being reported that the actor may be pulling double character duty, not just as Steve Trevor, but this person as well.
It was a bit of a surprise to everybody when we learned that Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice was going to be full of superheroes beyond the two guys whose names were in the title.
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.
One of Wonder Woman’s key characters will reportedly provide a key connective thread betweenDiana of Themyscira’s solo movie and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
It was reported yesterday that Nicole Kidman is currently in negotiations to join Gal Gadot and Chris Pine in Wonder Woman. Take a look at the possible candidates the actress could play should be added on.
Superhero movies are no longer fringe events, they're now the mainstream, and attracting the prestigious talent to prove it. Wonder Woman is adding an Academy Award winner to the cast.
Why Women Aren't Being Hired To Direct Superhero Movies, According To Only Female Director Of A Superhero Movie
The lack of female representation in comic book movies isn’t only a problem in front of the camera. It’s an issue behind it as well. The bias that makes it difficult for female directors has been something that Lexi Alexander has been fighting against for years.
Chris Pine has not only confirmed his involvement Wonder Woman, but explained what he’s looking forward to most about his role as Steve Trevor in the movie.
While Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice is only the second movie in the build toward a DC cinematic universe the movie will be introducing many of the key characters that will make up this new world.
With Wonder Woman gearing up to begin production next month, we’re getting a better sense of what to expect from the Amazon warrior’s first solo cinematic adventure. Now there’s new information about the villains she’ll face.
We've seen Wonder Woman show up in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, but turnabout is fair play, and now it looks like the Dark Knight could show up in the Amazon's solo debut.
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.
New information has come out indicating that Wonder Woman may not just be set in several distinctive time periods, but that it will also feature several unique settings.
Gal Gadot was propelled to new levels of fame last year when she was cast as Wonder Woman in the DC Extended Universe. However, that wasn’t her only opportunity to appear in a DC movie.
While we’re still waiting for Princess Diana to make her DC film debut in next summer’s Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice Warner Brothers is still moving full speed ahead on the Wonder Woman movie.
As with Marvel, the DC Comics community has a vocal fanbase that frequently doesn’t agree on various subjects. We’ve gathered a list of these disagreements geared specifically towards DC movies and comics that frequently pop up and may never be resolved.
A new rumor suggests that the reports of Wonder Woman being a period piece are true, though the years are ones different than previously suggested.