Rubies, a company that sells officially licensed DC Comics costumes, uploaded the image to tease that their Justice League costumes are coming soon. The image also promotes a new Justice League website, JoinTheLeague.com.
The Hollywood Reporter caught up with Superman’s mom, Diane Lane, at a women’s filmmaker luncheon industry event and asked about Justice League and Batman v Superman’s “Martha” twist.
“I found that the scene I did, which is a big opening scene, was pretty dark in its tone. But in a good way. It wasn’t comic booky, but I think you can thread a certain amount of humor through it, which maybe the previous one was lacking,” McElhatton said.
The new poster was just released by Zack Snyder on Twitter, and puts Batman front and center with the rest of the Justice League. Who are they looking at? Steppenwolf? Or perhaps it’s the return of Superman.
Last November it was reported that Game of Thrones star Ciaran Hinds would play Steppenwolf in Justice League, but there hasn’t been any official confirmation… until now!
“J.K Simmons doesn’t need any advice from me,” Oldman said. “He’s a wonderful actor. I’m intrigued to see what he does with it. I’m looking forward to it. Gordon was very good to me so I wish him a lot of luck. I’m excited for him.”
CinemaCon wrapped up earlier this week, and director Zack Snyder and the cast of Justice League (minus Gal Gadot) were there to show off some new footage. Jared Leto was there to promote his upcoming movie Blade Runner 2049, and the Joker actor caught up with Snyder backstage for a photo.
There’s no way they’d have a finished cut of the movie and know the runtime this far out. Thankfully, Justice League producer and DC Films co-president Jon Berg has taken to Twitter to debunk this rumor. Berg’s account isn’t verified, but he’s followed by Geoff Johns and Patty Jenkins, and Johns has publicly tweeted at […]
Warner Bros. just wrapped up its presentation at CinemaCon in Las Vegas, and they had their biggest DC Comics movie stars there to help. As rumored, Ben Affleck was in attendance, along with Justice League director Zack Snyder, Jason Momoa, Henry Cavill, Ezra Miller, Ray Fisher, and Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins and Chris Pine. […]
“Come Together” was first performed by The Beatles in 1969, and since then many other musicians have covered it and created their own versions. So which version was used in the Justice League trailer? It was a new cover by musician Gary Clark Jr. and composer Junkie XL!
In theaters November 2017
The Justice League content just keeps on coming! After releasing a logo poster and character posters for Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, The Flash, and Cyborg, Warner Bros. has brought everyone together for another awesome new poster.
We get to see new action of Cyborg and his arm cannons. Check out the video above, and stay tuned to see if they release a Superman teaser. We also got this cool new Cyborg poster. SOURCE: Batman News
This one is actually light on new Wonder Woman action, but we do get a new look at Gadot as Diana Prince. Check out the video above, and stay tuned for more. We also got this cool new Wonder Woman poster. SOURCE: Batman News
We get a great look at The Flash and all his special effects in action. Check out the video above, and stay tuned for more. We also got this cool new The Flash poster. SOURCE: Batman News
We get an icon shot of Batman standing on a gargoyle, plus some Batmobile action! Check out the video above, and stay tuned for more. We also got this new Batman poster. SOURCE: Batman News