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”

DC FanDome releases August 22 schedule

Eschewing Comic-Con, which was fairly tame, for their own supersized event DC’s Fandome, Warner Bros. has now revealed the exciting and enticing full schedule for Saturday’s event. Can. Not. Wait. Highlights include a Wonder Woman:1984 panel featuring Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig and Pedro Pascal, and director/co-writer/producer Patty Jenkins join forces with Brazilian hosts … Continue reading “DC FanDome releases August 22 schedule”

Justice League’s Fisher calls out Joss Whedon’s behavior

Boo-yah! Cyborg (Ray Fisher) has trained his eye on Joss Whedon, calling out the director’s on-set behavior during Justice League reshoots in 2016. Warner Bros. hired Whedon, who was coming off of two successful Avengers films for Marvel, to replace director Zack Snyder who stepped away from production after a tragic death in the family. … Continue reading “Justice League’s Fisher calls out Joss Whedon’s behavior”

Keaton in talks to play older Batman in ‘Flash’ movie

This will lead to a Geekgasm if it happens. Today, there are rumors circulating that original Batman, Michael Keaton, is in talks with Warner Bros. about returning to the big screen as older Bruce Wayne in The Flash movie. Keaton first appeared in Tim Burton’s 1989 classic and then returned in 1992’s Batman Returns. While the talks … Continue reading “Keaton in talks to play older Batman in ‘Flash’ movie”

Amber Heard’s legal team pulls out

It’s never a good sign when your legal team withdraws from your case. And that is the situation with Aquaman co-star Amber Heard. Just ahead of her upcoming libel trial (which could potentially lead to incarceration) with ex-hubby, Fantastic Beasts and Pirates of the Caribbean star Johnny Depp, Heard and her team, led by prominent … Continue reading “Amber Heard’s legal team pulls out”

Zack Snyder reveals peek at ‘Justice League’s’ Darkseid

Zack Snyder has shared the official first look at the Snydercut version of Darkseid from the upcoming Justice League coming to HBO Max in 2021. “The bells already been run, and they heard it,” says Jesse Eisenberg’s Lex Luthor. This line is a carryover from the final scene of 2016’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of … Continue reading “Zack Snyder reveals peek at ‘Justice League’s’ Darkseid”

‘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”

WB sets release dates for ‘Flash,’ ‘Matrix’ & ‘Shazam 2’

We finally have a release date for The Flash. Maybe this time with IT and IT: Chapter 2’s Andrés Muschietti at the helm, the long-delayed film about the Scarlet Speedster will actually happen. WB also set release dates for The Matrix 4, Shazam 2 and a slew of other films. According to Deadline, The Flash, … Continue reading “WB sets release dates for ‘Flash,’ ‘Matrix’ & ‘Shazam 2’”

‘IT’ director & ‘Birds of Prey’ writer tied to ‘Flash’

As the new DC Movie Universe, known in some parts as the “DCEU,” continues to dig itself out from under the poorly received “Snyderverse,” in reference to Zack Snyder’s take on the iconic DC characters, there are changes abound for upcoming films. Of course, we all know director Matt Reeves is teaming with Robert “Battison” … Continue reading “‘IT’ director & ‘Birds of Prey’ writer tied to ‘Flash’”

Max Jenkins gets “Lost in Space” as Will Robinson

Exclusive interview with the cast member of the Netflix’s series premiering today At 12-years-old, one can’t really say Lincoln Square resident Max Jenkins has had a long and storied acting career yet, but he has certainly had an impactful one.     The mandolin player in the band “Cowboy Jesus and Sugar Bum” made his … Continue reading “Max Jenkins gets “Lost in Space” as Will Robinson”

WBD cancels new Batman animated series and more

The bizarre hits just keep on coming at Warner Bros. Discovery. The newly formed company canceled six animated projects which were originally being produced for HBO Max. Unlike Batgirl, which was completely shelved, the six projects will reportedly continue production as they are shopped to other outlets. The projects include Merry Little Batman, The Day … Continue reading “WBD cancels new Batman animated series and more”

Warner Bros. Discovery releases 10-year DC plan

Last week during Warner Bros. Discovery‘s Second Quarter 2022 Earnings Call, David Zaslav, the current President and CEO of Warner Bros. Discovery explained his 10-year-plan to model the DC Cinematic Universe after Kevin Feige’s MCU at Disney.  Zaslav became CEO of Discovery Communications on November 16, 2006. Under his leadership, Discovery became a Fortune 500 … Continue reading “Warner Bros. Discovery releases 10-year DC plan”

NYC Mayor’s Office names Amoaku Deputy Commissioner for film office

New York City Mayor Eric Adams announced three key components of his economic recovery blueprint “Rebuild, Renew Reinvent” that will drive inclusive growth in the film and television sector, invest in New York’s creative economy, and ensure the industry recovers beyond pre-COVID-19 pandemic levels. These components include the introduction of the first-ever Film and Television … Continue reading “NYC Mayor’s Office names Amoaku Deputy Commissioner for film office”

AFI Fest features 53% female, 39% BIPOC directed films

The American Film Institute (AFI) announced today the films that will play in the World Cinema, New Auteurs, Documentary, Cinema’s Legacy, Short Film Competition, Meet the Press Film Festival at AFI FEST and the AFI Conservatory Showcase sections at AFI FEST 2020 presented by Audi, completing this year’s festival’s program. The complete AFI FEST program … Continue reading “AFI Fest features 53% female, 39% BIPOC directed films”

AFI announces full lineup for festival

The American Film Institute has announced the films that will play in the New Auteurs, Cinema’s Legacy, Midnight, Shorts and AFI Conservatory Showcase sections at AFI Fest 2019 presented by Audi, this November. The complete program includes 142 titles (80 features, 1 episodic, 40 shorts, 21 AFI Conservatory Showcase Shorts) of which 51% are directed … Continue reading “AFI announces full lineup for festival”