DC releases ‘Wonder Woman 1984 #1’ to tie in with sequel

1+ Fans everywhere are anxiously awaiting Princess Diana’s next great adventure when Warner Bros. Pictures’ Wonder Woman 1984 arrives in theaters on October 2. But before being transported to the “totally radical” days of neon colors, leg warmers, portable cassette recorders, and hanging out at the mall, DC is getting you ready with a special … Continue reading “DC releases ‘Wonder Woman 1984 #1’ to tie in with sequel”

‘Wonder Woman 1984’ shifts to October 2nd opening

1+ After shifting the Christopher Nolan-helmed sci-fi thriller Tenet, to one week later in July, comes word that Warner Bros. is now moving Wonder Woman 1984 from its August 12 date to October 2. Gal Gadot said on her Instagram, “Wow, it’s finally happening, and I couldn’t be more excited! To all the fans that … Continue reading “‘Wonder Woman 1984’ shifts to October 2nd opening”

‘Wonder Woman 1984’ delayed, Patty Jenkins reacts

1+ This is sad, but not unexpected news. Warner Bros has finally decided to push the release date back for Wonder Woman 1984 from its June 5 opening to August 14. There are now no major openings scheduled for the first half of the summer except for Pixar’s Soul. Expect that to be delayed as … Continue reading “‘Wonder Woman 1984’ delayed, Patty Jenkins reacts”

Gadot, Jenkins to drop ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ trailer

3+ Happy Wonder Woman Day. Things have been fairly quiet on the upcoming sequel to Wonder Woman, aptly titled Wonder Woman 1984. However, it seems as though things will be heating up this December. To celebrate the DC Heroine’s special day, Warner Bros. Pictures announced that the Patty Jenkins-helmed sequel will close the show at … Continue reading “Gadot, Jenkins to drop ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ trailer”

Patty Jenkins teases ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ poster

2+ In exactly one year from yesterday, Princess Diana, played by Gal Gadot, will return to theaters in Wonder Woman 1984. While much of the sequel’s plot is currently under wraps, we do know Gal Gadot’s titular heroine will come into conflict with the Soviet Union in the 1980s and face a formidable new adversary … Continue reading “Patty Jenkins teases ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ poster”

First look at Gal Gadot in ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ costume

2+ Hera! Following recent images of Diana and Steve Trevor (Chris Pine), actress Gal Gadot has shared our first official look at Diana fully suited-up as Wonder Woman for the upcoming sequel Wonder Woman 1984. The stunning shot gives us a glimpse of the updated costume Diana will don for the film, and although there … Continue reading “First look at Gal Gadot in ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ costume”

Could ‘Wonder Woman 84’ end up premiering on VOD?

2+ Perhaps only Wonder Woman’s golden lasso of truth wrapped around Warner Bros execs can get us the real truth here, but according to The Wrap, the studio is possibly having discussions as to whether or not the sequel to 2018’s Wonder Woman should premiere immediately on Digital/streaming platforms and skip a theatrical release altogether. With theater … Continue reading “Could ‘Wonder Woman 84’ end up premiering on VOD?”

Warner Bros releases ‘WW 1984’ motion poster

2+ Coronavirus will apparently not stop Princess Diana. While other studios such as Disney, Paramount and now Universal are pushing back their tentpole films, Warner Bros is still speeding ahead toward its June 5th opening for Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman 1984 aka WW 1984. If Marvel’s Black Widow does not get pushed from its May … Continue reading “Warner Bros releases ‘WW 1984’ motion poster”

Gwendolyn Osborne, a true Wonder Woman

2+ Editor’s Note: “The Reel Black List” is our annual spotlight of brothers and sisters in the worlds of advertising, film, TV, music, radio and media who are making a difference through their contributions and creativity. For the next 29 days, you will be able to celebrate these various personalities with us. Talk about a … Continue reading “Gwendolyn Osborne, a true Wonder Woman”

‘Wonder Woman 84’ trailer drops and it’s wonderful

2+ Appearing before thousands of devoted Wonder Woman fans and cosplayers at Brazil’s CCXP, actress Gal Gadot, who plays the titular character, and director Patty Jenkins introduced the first trailer to Warner Bros. upcoming Wonder Woman 1984. And it was full of wonder. After fielding a slew of questions from around the world, Jenkins and … Continue reading “‘Wonder Woman 84’ trailer drops and it’s wonderful”

Forbidden Planet announces ‘Forbidden Planet 42’

1+ This is epic. The U.K.’s Forbidden Planet, the world’s largest and best-known comic book and cult entertainment retail chain is thrilled to announce Forbidden Planet 42 – an online event celebrating its 42nd birthday, featuring many famous faces and special guest stars. On Saturday August 29th 2020, ForbiddenPlanet.com will play host to a huge … Continue reading “Forbidden Planet announces ‘Forbidden Planet 42’”

The CW launches super new COVID-19 mask campaign

1+ Real Heroes Wear Masks. That’s the super clear message of a new CW campaign featuring their pantheon of DC superheroes. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to surge in many parts of the United States, a lot of celebs and public figures have been doing their best to convince as many people as possible to #WearAMask.  … Continue reading “The CW launches super new COVID-19 mask campaign”

U.S. Regal Cinemas to reopen August 21

1+ In response to the recent changes in the upcoming theatrical release schedule, Cineworld, parent company of Regal, today announced that its theatres will begin to reopen U.S. locations on Friday, August 21. Theaters originally shut down nationwide in March due to the novel coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak. Christopher Nolan’s Tenet, opening in the U.S. on Thursday, September 3, … Continue reading “U.S. Regal Cinemas to reopen August 21”

Data reveals world’s favorite female superheroes

1+ We’re all stoked to see female superheroes finally getting the recognition they all deserve. From Captain Marvel’s incredible power to Wonder Woman’s remarkable strength and love of humanity, each of these heroines bring something unique to the comic world.  Ahead of the female superhero films scheduled to be released, both have been delayed – … Continue reading “Data reveals world’s favorite female superheroes”

Could ‘Batman Beyond’ be close to production?

1+ When DC FanDome occurs in August, it promises to reveal the status of a long list of DC Comics, Warner Bros productions including  Zack Snyder’s Justice League, Black Adam,  The Suicide Squad  and Wonder Woman 1984. But with Michael Keaton possibly in talks to return to the role of Batman in The Flash, could Warner … Continue reading “Could ‘Batman Beyond’ be close to production?”

SweeTARTS wants us all to “Be Both” in new campaign

1+ In April 2019, Oakbrook-based SweeTARTS launched the ‘Be Both’ brand campaign by San Francisco-based Duncan Channon to celebrate its shared value with Gen-Z of being ‘more than one thing.’ Now, SweeTARTS is launching a new national TV spot ‘Library,’ which will be followed by additional creative in this theme in 2021. In the spot, a SweeTARTS’ fangirl is … Continue reading “SweeTARTS wants us all to “Be Both” in new campaign”

Warner Bros. and DC announce virtual event

1+ It seems very likely that Warner Bros and DC will skip this year’s virtual Comic Con. On Saturday, August 22, starting at 10 a.m. PDT, the studio will welcome fans everywhere into the DC FanDome — a free virtual fan experience where no badge is required. Imagine all the Super Heroes and Super-Villains you’ve … Continue reading “Warner Bros. and DC announce virtual event”

DC and HBO Max announce new digital comic series

1+ Three new comic book superheroes are taking it to the “max” in a brand-new original digital comic book series titled, To The Max, published by DC, in collaboration with HBO Max. To The Max will feature stories about ordinary people achieving their maximum potential after they transform into extraordinary superheroes with the help of another new character, Max … Continue reading “DC and HBO Max announce new digital comic series”

Comic Book world mourns writer Dennis J. O’Neil

1+ He was a legend. An iconic writer. The voice of Batman, Green Lantern, Green Arrow and so many more. Sad news to report from the comic book world, as it’s been confirmed that comic book writer Dennis J. “Denny” O’Neil passed away Thursday at home from natural causes. He was 81. O’Neil’s alma mater … Continue reading “Comic Book world mourns writer Dennis J. O’Neil”

Academy considers canceling 2021 Oscars

1+ While the 93rd Oscars are not supposed to happen until February 28th, 2021, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is taking into consideration that the show may have to cancelled altogether. According to Variety, multiple anonymous sources, say that while there are no concrete plans in place, the option is under serious consideration. … Continue reading “Academy considers canceling 2021 Oscars”