Good news everyone! In an interview with The LA Times Robin Wright and Connie Nielsen let slip that they will be appearing in Justice League. And by “let slip” I’m pretty sure I mean “did their part in an ongoing marketing campaign for the film”.
It’s official: Wonder Woman brought in $103 million dollars over the weekend making it the highest grossing opening weekend for a female directed film, ever.
It’s been a long four years since Man of Steel premiered and started the new DCEU shared universe. It has been a universe of muted colours and asshole heroes, and one that has been hard to be optimistic about future entries in, but I am happy to report that Wonder Woman is a great movie and that you should definitely see it.
Movies, Posters / Comments Off on ‘Wonder Woman’ posters continue to be gorgeous
Wonder Woman may have the best posters of the year.
Warner Bros. had a lot to say at their Time Warner investors meeting today, and most of it was “YOU WANT MOVIES? I’LL SHOW YOU MOVIES!” CEO Kevin Tsujihara gave us a timeline of what Warner Bros. will be working on over the next 6 years. Buckle up (and maybe submit a resume), because it’s one hell of a breakneck pace they’re working with. One that’s not going to leave much room for error, and I would assume means we won’t be seeing Ben Affleck direct movies for a little while. And that isn’t the only thing we won’t be seeing. Continue reading…
News / Comments Off on Warner Bros Blinks: ‘Batman v Superman’ Moved to March 2016; 9 More Release Dates Announced from 2016 to 2020
Remember how a few months back we figured out that both DC and Marvel had movies scheduled for the same weekend in May 2016 and it turned out that it was going to be Batman v Superman opening at the same time as Captain America 3 and neither camp said they’d consider moving their movie? Well turns out that Warner Brothers and DC have changed their mind and moved Batman v Superman ahead two months to March 2016 and announced 9 new release dates to boot.
News / Comments Off on Officially Official: Justice League To Follow Superman vs. Batman, Zach Snyder To Direct, For Real And Officially On The Record This Time. Officially.
The Wall Street Journal finally got it on the record. Justice League will follow Superman vs. Batman and Zack Snyder is going to direct it. Ugh.