Black Lightning is coming soon to The CW!
“Fly your colours today brothers and sisters. Its National Superhero day! I personally just want to thank all of you guys and gals for keeping us so entertained and setting such a fantastic example for superhero fans, young and old, around the world,” Cavill said, honoring his fellow DC and Marvel actors. Check out his […]
Warner Bros. and DC Comics area teaming up to bring fans a new digital TV service in 2018. The service will launch with at least two flagship shows: a live-action series called Titans from Greg Berlanti, Akiva Goldsman, Geoff Johns, and Sarah Schechter, as well as the revival of the animated Young Justice series. The […]
Check out the first image from The CW drama pilot BLACK LIGHTNING, from Warner Bros. Television and based on DC characters. BLACK LIGHTNING stars Cress Williams (Hart of Dixie) as Jefferson Pierce/Black Lightning. The costume for Black Lightning was designed by Laura Jean Shannon, whose many film and television credits include the upcoming Jumanji sequel, […]
Oscar-winning screenwriter Aaron Sorkin told ComicBook.com at CinemaCon this week that he has upcoming meetings with both DC Comics and Marvel.
With movies like Deadpool and Logan breaking R-rated movie box office records in the last year, the mature superhero movie is more popular than ever. So does Warner Bros. want to get in on the action with some of its characters in their new DC Films universe? “One hundred percent yes. With the right character(s),” […]
“How have I missed these guys who are making really cool superheroes who don’t take themselves too seriously,” Lilly said of Marvel, before calling out an example of the opposite: “DC films.”
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced the nominees for the 89th Oscars this morning. Superhero movies didn’t do much better than they’ve done in previous years, picking up two nominations. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story picked up its own pair of nominations. Doctor Strange was the first superhero film to have its […]
Mark Hamill, voice of The Joker for the last two decades, caught wind of this… and apparently he agrees! The actor just posted an audio recording of himself reading Trump’s “Happy New Year” tweet: The Trumpster quote #1#ANewJeersToast https://t.co/qZQEGU18r6 — Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) January 8, 2017
In a series of tweets, Johns teased that a new DC Comics TV show will be announced this year, plus he announced that he’ll be writing comics again. Johns also took time to hype up the DC Extended Universe. Check out all of his comments in the tweets below.
Henry Cavill is obviously Superman, and back in 2014 it was announced that The Rock would play Black Adam in a Shazam movie. “We’re excited for what the future brings…” Cavill and The Rock teased on social media today with the hashtag “#DCWorldsWillCollide”.
“I didn’t know much about the Green Lantern going in, and I didn’t know what it would be like to do something on that scale and be part of something on that gigantic superhero juggernaut machine that Warner Bros. had over there,” says Reynolds. “In the end, the movie didn’t really work or didn’t meet […]
Tsujihara also underscored Warner Bros.’ stepped-up direct-to-consumer efforts, mentioning its recent acquisition of gaming-focused Machinima. He said the studio’s been working on that line of business, hinting at a potential dedicated DC Comics product to capitalize on its “rabid” fan base.
What does Marvel know that Warner Bros. doesn’t? I recently explained why I thought Marvel was having such success creating “Superman” movies using Captain America, and there was some good discussion in the comments about how each series treated its lead characters. One comment stood out, and I thought it was worth sharing formally. Ryan […]
A new video has surfaced of Justice League and The Flash star Ezra Miller at an event surrounded by fans. It looks like it’s in the UK for his new movie Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. A fan presented Miller with a Marvel comic to sign, and he flat out refused! SOURCE: Batman […]
After years of frustration, petitions, and indomitable hope, Young Justice fans have reason to rejoice: the show is finally returning for a third season.