Witnesses for Amber Heard drop major Aquaman 2 spoilers

Warning: potential spoilers for the upcoming movie Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom Since April 12, Fairfax County Circuit Judge Penney Azcarate has been hearing testimony regarding alleged abuse at the hands of both Johnny Depp and Amber Heard against each other as Depp is suing her for $50 million over a December 2018 op-ed she … Continue reading “Witnesses for Amber Heard drop major Aquaman 2 spoilers”

Peacemaker director James Gunn confirms that Aquaman gets nasty with fish

Okay, that’s confirmed we can all have dinner now. One of the ongoing running gags in the HBO Max hit series Peacemaker, the spinoff series inspired by The Suicide Squad is that Christopher Smith AKA Peacemaker (John Cena) falls for all kinds of silly rumors and conspiracy theories, including the rumor that Aquaman (Jason Momoa) … Continue reading “Peacemaker director James Gunn confirms that Aquaman gets nasty with fish”

WB moves Flash and Aquaman to 2023, Black Adam to September, Shazam now

Bad news for DC fans. It’s going to be another Marvel year. Coming off the hit that is The Batman, Warner Bros has shifted their big superhero tentpole films around like The Flash caught in the Speed Force. Earlier today, the Red Notice star took to Instagram to reveal that Black Adam will now play in theaters on … Continue reading “WB moves Flash and Aquaman to 2023, Black Adam to September, Shazam now”

‘Aquaman’s Amber Heard could face 3 years if guilty

It has not been a good week for Warner Bros and its upcoming DC Universe films. Monday, a video of The Flash movie star Ezra Miller choking a female fan to the ground and having to be pulled off, made the rounds and puts into question if the star of the Fantastic Beasts franchise and … Continue reading “‘Aquaman’s Amber Heard could face 3 years if guilty”

James Wan to bring animated ‘Aquaman’ to HBO Max

Excitement is building, especially on the geek front, for the launch of HBO Max. Today at the WarnerMedia Television Critics Association (TCA) day, the future streamer announced plans for a three-part animated mini-series Aquaman: King of Atlantis that will be executive produced by James Wan (Aquaman and the upcoming Malignant) through his Atomic Monster production company. Based on the classic DC character … Continue reading “James Wan to bring animated ‘Aquaman’ to HBO Max”

Warner Bros. releases first poster for Momoa’s ‘Aquaman’

We are just days from San Diego Comic Con and from director James Wan dropping the trailer for Aquaman this Saturday in Hall H. The one-sheet, reminiscent of Pixar’s poster for Finding Nemo, features Jason Momoa’s titular Atlantean hero front and centre, while multiple sharks, whales, turtles and various other sea creatures converge behind him. … Continue reading “Warner Bros. releases first poster for Momoa’s ‘Aquaman’”

Amber Heard’s IMDb mysteriously changed to Amber Turd

Over the past weekend, Reel 360 News broke the story that someone took it upon themselves to edit Amber Heard’s IMDb page to say “Amber Turd,” which affected her movie listings. This was in response to the actress‘ performance on the witness stand last week, For the past three weeks, both Heard and ex-husband, Johnny Depp, … Continue reading “Amber Heard’s IMDb mysteriously changed to Amber Turd”

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard defamation case update

Trigger Warning: This article contains allegations of physical and sexual violence that some may find distressing. For the past 3 weeks, Fairfax County Circuit Judge Penney Azcarate has been hearing testimony regarding alleged abuse at the hands of both Depp and Heard against each other as Depp is suing her for $50 million over a … Continue reading “Johnny Depp and Amber Heard defamation case update”

The Batman will return

It’s official, Battinson, Zoë Kravitz, director Matt Reeves, and more will be returning for a sequel to Warner Brothers’ blockbuster hit The Batman.  At CinemaCon 2022, the annual trade show for theater owners, Warner Bros. Pictures Group chairman Toby Emmerich shared the news and Reeves came on stage to help make the announcement, saying more … Continue reading “The Batman will return”

Amber Heard’s attorney gets “corrected” by cosmetics company

On Friday Amber Heard’s attorney, Elaine Bredehoft claimed that the Aquaman actress used Milani’s All In One Correcting Kit throughout her tumultuous relationship with Pirates of the Caribbean star Johnny Depp. The only problem is, that the palette the attorney presented in the courtroom didn’t even exist at the time of their relationship and didn’t … Continue reading “Amber Heard’s attorney gets “corrected” by cosmetics company”

Warner Bros. Discovery considers overhauling DCEU

It seems the MCU might actually be getting some competition in the near future. Variety has reported that multiple sources close to the situation have stated that Warner Bros. Discovery Inc. CEO David Zaslav met with top executives before the merger between WarnerMedia and Discovery to find someone to increase the profile of DC Entertainment … Continue reading “Warner Bros. Discovery considers overhauling DCEU”

New updates about The Flash movie

Is Henry Cavill done playing The Man of Steel? ComicBookMovie.com has reported a rumor claiming that Cavill will not be reprising his role as Superman within the DCEU. And that would be due to the retcon and reboot from the upcoming Flash movie. In a since-deleted Tweet, movie spoilerist “ViewerAnon” claimed that The Flash will include … Continue reading “New updates about The Flash movie”

HBO Max announces The Batman premiere date

The Warner Bros. Pictures global blockbuster, from writer/director Matt Reeves, The Batman starring Robert Pattinson in the dual role of Gotham City’s vigilante detective and his alter ego, reclusive billionaire Bruce Wayne, will be available to stream on HBO Max on Monday April 18.  Dylan Clark (the Planet of the Apes films) and Reeves produced the film. The Batman will … Continue reading “HBO Max announces The Batman premiere date”

Gruesome WandaVision concept art shows alternate Vision autopsy

From the very beginning, WandaVision was shrouded in mystery as to how Vision (Paul Bettany) came back to the living in Westview, New Jersey, after being brutally killed by mad Titan Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War. We would later learn that Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen), now the Scarlet Witch, resurrected him by using Chaos Magic and … Continue reading “Gruesome WandaVision concept art shows alternate Vision autopsy”

Review: The Batman does the World’s Greatest Detective justice

Matt Reeves’ The Batman opened on March 4, 2022 and he and his team of impeccable designers and actors have created one of the greatest Batman movies of all time. Move over, The Dark Knight. Reeves creates a dark and gothic world of Gotham City with Bruce Wayne living in a shadowy castle, almost dilapidated … Continue reading “Review: The Batman does the World’s Greatest Detective justice”

Lexus on mission to save world in disaster flick, Moonfall

Buckle up and brace yourself for the ride of a lifetime. Lexus is taking on yet another exciting role as Liongate’s official automotive partner on the epic new sci-fi disaster film, Moonfall, from internationally renowned director Roland Emmerich, in theaters on February 4, 2022. In Moonfall, a mysterious force knocks the moon from its orbit … Continue reading “Lexus on mission to save world in disaster flick, Moonfall”

Six reasons why Marvel and Kevin Feige made me believe in Santa

Anyone who knows me, knows that I am a hardcore superhero fan. Even more so, I am a hardcore DC Comics fan. For an entire childhood through 40 some years of puberty, I believed Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Green Lantern, Martian Manhunter, Hawkman, Hawkgirl were way more heroic and captivating than the likes … Continue reading “Six reasons why Marvel and Kevin Feige made me believe in Santa”

IATSE members express discontent with new deal – may not ratify

A nationwide strike that would have started Monday was averted today when the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) reached a tentative three-year agreement with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) for The Basic and Videotape Agreements which affects 40,000 film and television workers represented by 13 West Coast IATSE local unions.  The proposed contract addresses core issues, including reasonable rest periods; meal breaks; a living wage for those on the bottom of the pay scale; and significant increases in compensation to be paid by new-media … Continue reading “IATSE members express discontent with new deal – may not ratify”