The Suicide Squad has been out for about two weeks now, and since this is the kind of thing the internet loves, here is how the various DC Extended Universe movies stack up for me. There are 11 films in the franchise so far, which in case it’s not clear, means I am only looking at films in the current, interconnected universe that started with Man of Steel. If I’m honest, this list didn’t turn out exactly how I thought it might when I decided to do it, which is interesting to me at least!
If you agree or disagree, feel free to reach out to me on social media, I’d love to hear from you. And now, on to the list:
Continue reading “The Films of the DC Extended Universe Ranked, The Suicide Squad Edition”
James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad will hit theatres this weekend, and it is one of the most highly anticipated DC films in ages. There are nine films in the DCEU so far, or ten depending on how you count the versions of Justice League, and here is where you can rent, buy, or stream each one.
Continue reading “Home Video: Every DC Extended Universe Film and Where to Buy, Rent, or Stream them”
Oh hey, it’s SDCC catch up time!
The DC universe has been, to date, a bit….. dark. Excepting **Wonder Woman** the films have been dark and brooding and grim. If that’s your thing, cool. It hasn’t seemed to be most peoples thing though and DC seems to be listening to those people. So here’s the first trailer and poster for **Aquaman**, both of which are bright and colourful and fun looking!
Continue reading “The first ‘Aquaman’ trailer (and poster) is kinda great!”
If there’s one thing that we can agree on about the DCEU it’s that Zack Snyder has a particular aesthetic. Blues that look like grey, greens that look like grey, greys that look like darker greys, you get the picture. Turns out that James Wan has a different take on things. Huzzah!
Continue reading “Amber Heard looks fan-freakin-tastic in James Wan’s Aquaman”
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 “Warner Brothers’ 2020 Vision – Harry Potter & LEGO Trilogies and a Justice League Ten Pack”
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](https://awesomefriday.ca/2014/03/awesome-captain-america-3-and-man-of-steel-2-aka-superman-vs-batman-are-coming-out-on-the-same-day-and-nerds-of-the-world-will-have-a-field-day-arguing-who-will-win-the-box-office-that-weekend-for/)? 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.
Continue reading “Warner Bros Blinks: ‘Batman v Superman’ Moved to March 2016; 9 More Release Dates Announced from 2016 to 2020”