Given these tumultuous times, there’s a real comfort in knowing that WB/DC somehow managed to get a live-action Wonder Woman movie right while hilariously flubbing Batman and Superman. We should all be immensely looking forward to the film, which is why I very recommend you don’t watch these new, completely amazing…
Warner Bros. got a bit of flack over the past few weeks for its apparent lack of advertising for Wonder Woman, its first female-led superhero film. Even though later reports suggested it’s had more advertising dollars behind it than Suicide Squad, the backlash seemed to work... as we’ve since gotten a slew of TV ads…
I’m all for Chris Pine cracking jokes and being rescued by a kickass Gal Gadot all the time in Wonder Woman, which basically means the movie just needs to be different versions of this new clip over and over again.
It’s official: There’s another DC TV show on the way to add to your watch ist alongside Arrow, Supergirl, Flash, and like a dozen more at this point, and this time it’s a live-action Teen Titans show, which has long been in development limbo. But there’s a twist—it’s not going to be on TV, and neither is the next…
The Conjuring series has been haunted by lawsuits for years, and the stakes are only getting higher. Author Gerald Brittle is now seeking $900 million in damages over claims producers lifted from his work about two real life paranormal investigators. His ace in the hole? Recognizing the pair probably made it up.
This weekend, DC and Warner Bros. will reveal the next trailer for Justice League—and they’re going to spend the next two days reminding you of that with a ton of new posters and little snippets of footage. Here’s the first batch, focusing intensively on Atlantis’ king, Aquaman himself.
Hollywood has been trying to reinvigorate dead film franchises with heinously bad reboots for years now, like some terrible cinema necromancer—and it doesn't show signs of stopping. We're already on track to suffer through a Baywatch movie and a version of Splash with Channing Tatum as a mermaid. Now things are about to get even worse. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Warner Bros. is developing a Matrix reboot, too.
Few details have surfaced about the plan to remake the 1999 sci-fi epic—which went on to spawn a franchise—but the info we do have paints a pretty bleak picture of what's to come. The masterminds behind the original trilogy, Lana and Lilly Wachowski, aren't involved in the new movie at all so far, and executives have tapped Zak Penn to write a treatment.
Penn's the guy behind The Avengers, The Incredible Hulk, and some of the worst X-Men movies ever made. So if you've always liked The Matrix, but wished it was more like a middle-of-the-road superhero film, you're in luck.
The only promising piece of information we've got on this reboot is that Warner is reportedly eyeing Creed's Michael B. Jordan to star.
The idea of a Matrix TV series was lofted and ultimately killed a few months ago, according to the Reporter, so who knows if this film will suffer the same fate. But whatever happens, for the love of God, stop rebooting things that don't need rebooting, you lazy assholes.
It makes sense that the guy who wrestled as the People’s Champion—with the backstory of butting heads with powers-that-be—would look at DC Comics continuity and come away with this reading of the character.
Warner Bros. has a hell of a problem on its hands. A pair of musicians are suing the company and Logan composer Marco E. Beltrami for using the theme song they helped create for the show without giving them money or credit.