Before Birds of Prey hits theaters we’re looking back at the entire DCEU, next up we look at Justice League.
Before Birds of Prey hits theaters we’re looking back at the entire DCEU, next up we look at Batman v Superman.
Before Birds of Prey hits theaters we’re looking back at the entire DCEU, starting with Man of Steel.
Batman plans for everything and Justice League: Doom shows how that’s not always the best thing.
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DC has been working on expanding their universes in recent years, with the inclusion of more well known characters in TV shows and movies. The TV show Krypton has done a good job at including some varied comic book characters, and the new season will see the introduction of one of DC’s toughest, yet most insane characters. Lobo.
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Yesterday the Internet went ablaze with word that Henry Cavill would no longer be playing Superman. THR reported that talks between Cavill and Warner Brothers over a Shazam cameo fell apart, leading to the actor leaving the role of Superman altogether. After that Deadline reported that WB is looking to take the Superman role in a new direction, with the hopes of casting Michael B. Jordan (Black Panther) as the Man of Steel. Then things got even more confusing…
At the Warner Brothers Panel for this Year’s San Diego Comic Con, wrapped up with their most anticipated projects, Justice League and Aquaman. The panel, moderated by Chris Hardwick, began with a sizzle real of footage followed by logo reveals for Shazam, Suicide Squad 2, The Batman, Justice League Dark, Batgirl, Green Lantern Corps, Flash (which then led to a Flashpoint logo) and Wonder Woman 2.