For IWD, Snyder releases Wonder Woman teaser

Following teasers featuring Batman and Superman, director Zack Snyder has dropped another character focused tease for Justice League. To mark International Women’s Day, he has spotlighted Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman in action. The new-ish footage starts with Diana on Themyscira, gazing across the ocean as she recalls voices from her past, and Steppenwolf’s decimation of … Continue reading “For IWD, Snyder releases Wonder Woman teaser”

Snyder shares teaser of ‘Justice League’ trailer

We are just two days from the highly-anticipated DC FanDome, a virtual celebration of all things DC. It’s here we expect to see our first glimpse of Matt Reeves’ The Batman, a new trailer for Wonder Woman: 1984 and yes, a new trailer for divisive director Zack Snyder’s version of Justice League. To build excitement … Continue reading “Snyder shares teaser of ‘Justice League’ trailer”

Affleck, Cavill, Momoa and more react to Snyder news

Off the top of my head, I cannot think of a single film, definitely not of the comic book genre, where the effort tanked at the box office, was generally panned by critics and fans alike, not only get a re-release, but a completely new version. But that is the case with Zack Snyder’s Justice … Continue reading “Affleck, Cavill, Momoa and more react to Snyder news”

“Snyder Cut” of ‘Justice League’ to air on HBO Max?

Could this really be happening? If the legendary and mysterious Zack Snyder cut of Justice League does actually get released, this story will be worthy of a movie itself. Fans who were disappointed with the “Frankensteined” Joss Whedon version of Justice League back in 2017 have been demanding it for a very long time. Our … Continue reading ““Snyder Cut” of ‘Justice League’ to air on HBO Max?”

Spoiler Alert: Entire Flash movie plot leaked

DO NOT READ ANY FURTHER. WE ARE SERIOUS. IF YOU DON’T WANT TO KNOW WHAT HAPPENS IN NEXT YEAR’S LONG-AWAITED FLASH MOVIE, THEN STOP READING NOW. RIGHT NOW. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED. YOU. WERE. WARNED. For the last few weeks, much of what we have read about the upcoming Warner Bros film focused on The … Continue reading “Spoiler Alert: Entire Flash movie plot leaked”

Bola Ogun signs with Believe Media Commercial

Award-winning director, actress and writer Bola Ogun has signed with Believe Media for US commercial representation. Believe will be the first company to represent Ogun for commercial work. A first-generation Nigerian-American filmmaker, Bola Ogun landed her television directorial debut on Ava DuVernay’s Queen Sugar after DuVernay saw Bola’s short Are We Good Parents? at SXSW in 2018. The film, … Continue reading “Bola Ogun signs with Believe Media Commercial”

Early reactions to The Batman say…

Matt Reeves’ The Batman, starring Robert Pattinson (aka Battinson) and Zoë Kravitz premiered in Paris and London and while Warner Brothers has a very strict embargo until Monday, February 28 at 12 p.m. EST, MTV UK attempted to let slip some early reactions in a now deleted instagram video. Before the video was taken down, … Continue reading “Early reactions to The Batman say…”

Actress Charisma Carpenter responds to Joss Whedon interview

Former Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel actress, Charisma Carpenter, has weighed in on director Joss Whedon’s interview with Vulture Magazine. On Martin Luther King Day, Vulture published an interview with Whedon where he “broke his silence” about accusations from the Justice League set and other productions such as Buffy. In the interview, Whedon mentioned … Continue reading “Actress Charisma Carpenter responds to Joss Whedon interview”

Batfleck alludes to discord with Joss Whedon in new interview

Ben Affleck, the most recent, and for some the most beloved, Batman admits that working with disgraced director Joss Whedon was “difficult” during a recent red carpet interview with Variety. While promoting his new film The Tender Bar, Batfleck touched briefly on his Flash and Justice League experiences. “It was a really nice way to revisit … Continue reading “Batfleck alludes to discord with Joss Whedon in new interview”

Director Adrian Yu joins m ss ng p eces

Today, bicoastal production studio m ss ng p eces announced the addition of Adrian Yu to its directorial roster. Yu is a director, creative director, and new media artist who brings a multidisciplinary skillset to his projects. This marks his first commercial representation. Yu began his career interning at Sid Lee’s New York office while … Continue reading “Director Adrian Yu joins m ss ng p eces”

Warner Bros.: Studio tour expands with Friends and DC

The Reel 360 team has long been fans of the Warner Bros. Studio Tour. Now that the popular Hollywood attraction reopened on June 26, there is even more to get excited about. “Entertainment is about connecting with fans and we are thrilled to welcome guests back to the tour after a more than 15-month hiatus” … Continue reading “Warner Bros.: Studio tour expands with Friends and DC”

Justice League writer airs his beef with Warner Bros.

Academy award winner and Justice League scribe Chris Terrio is airing his grievances in an exclusive and wide ranging interview with Vanity Fair. Not to mince words, the man is super pissed off and despises what happened to his DC films just as much as the haters do.  After remaining silent on the matter, Terrio … Continue reading “Justice League writer airs his beef with Warner Bros.”

Joss Whedon bragged about bullying Gal Gadot

We’re not quite finished hearing about allegations against Joss Whedon from the set of Justice League. In a more in depth interview with Ray Fisher, who played Cyborg in the film, with The Hollywood Reporter, more details about Whedon’s misconduct on the set of Justice League‘s reshoots have been revealed, including the fact that the … Continue reading “Joss Whedon bragged about bullying Gal Gadot”

Director Adam Wingard on ‘Godzilla vs Kong’

For decades, cinematic titans Godzilla and Kong have been following their own, separate theatrical journeys…until now. Godzilla vs. Kong is a monster-sized event film with heart, humor and enough non-stop action to transcend the genre. This rivalry for the ages fuels an epic adventure that spans the globe to bring these two forces of nature, … Continue reading “Director Adam Wingard on ‘Godzilla vs Kong’”

The Suicide Squad Red Band trailer is mad bonkers

From the horribly beautiful mind of writer/director James Gunn comes Warner Bros. Pictures’ superhero action adventure The Suicide Squad, featuring a collection of the most degenerate delinquents in the DC lineup. The new Red Band trailer which Warner Bros released today is not only bananas and the most exciting trailer we have seen in a … Continue reading “The Suicide Squad Red Band trailer is mad bonkers”

Affleck’s The Batman would have featured Batgirl

When you hear things like this, it makes you wonder sometimes what is going on over at the water tower on the Warner Bros lot. When the “Snyderverse” was still a thing, Ben Affleck (Bruce Wayne/Batman) co-wrote a script called The Batman with Geoff Johns. The star was also attached to direct. Besides the successive … Continue reading “Affleck’s The Batman would have featured Batgirl”

4 things Justice League got right and 4 wrong

Zack Snyder’s die hard fans have been waiting for the Zack Snyder Cut since the abomination we all know and hate called Justice League was released four years ago. The pleas of the fanboys (and fangirls) were heard and Warner Brothers finally released Zack Snyder’s Justice League in it’s FOUR HOUR glory on HBO Max … Continue reading “4 things Justice League got right and 4 wrong”

Justice League is a flawed, overlong masterpiece

Four years ago, when publisher Barbara Roche took over Reel Chicago, she pulled me aside and asked, “Colin, if you could write any kind of column you want, what would it be?” I knew at that time Reel Chicago was focused on local advertising and production communities and we were just beginning to stick our … Continue reading “Justice League is a flawed, overlong masterpiece”

Ranking the DCEU movies

Right now we are less than 24 hours away from the premiere of Zack Snyder’s Justice League on HBO Max. While it is sitting at a comfortable 77% (at the time of this writing) on Rotten Tomatoes (far higher than the 40% 2017’s “Josstice League” received) we thought it would be time to rank the … Continue reading “Ranking the DCEU movies”