Variety reports that Justice League was #1 on both the NPD VideoScan overall disc sales chart, which tracks combined DVD and Blu-ray Disc unit sales, and the dedicated Blu-ray Disc chart. Thor: Ragnarok, which hit Blu-ray on March 6th, came in at #2.
If you’ve seen the deleted Superman scenes from the Justice League Blu-ray, you know that his black suit was teased in the background. Now according to a new interview with costume designer Michael Wilkinson we know that director Zack Snyder wanted Superman to wear the costume in the movie, and why those plans were scrapped.
We got a look at Wonder Woman a couple of years ago, but we’ve never seen the other heroes… until now! Collider shared a photo of the main heroes suited up, which you can check out above. Unfortunately it’s not a high quality photo, but you can still get a decent look. DC Films Hub […]
Here’s a nice surprise! Over 35 new photos from Justice League popped up on the Chinese social network Weibo today. Even better, most if not all appear to be from Zack Snyder’s cut of the movie. You can tell because Henry Cavill is clean shaven and there’s even photos from deleted scenes like Kiersey Clemons’ […]
Last night, Gay watched Justice League for the first time and she wasn’t happy with it. Her displeasure with it seemed to make her want to write Batgirl even more. “It took real effort to make Justice League this bad,” she said. “Definitely let me write Batgirl.” She added: “Two hours felt like four. Boring […]
As announced yesterday, Entertainment Weekly is on the set of Shazam and will be doing a live Q&A with the cast on Facebook.
Now Cavill has released a funny video about shaving his mustache. He even makes a Justice League joke about it: “It’s hard for me to admit, but this is not CGI.” And don’t blink towards the end for another funny Justice League reference. Check out the video below.
Earlier today, Warner Bros. released the first poster for Shazam which gave us a look at the movie’s logo. Director David Sandberg took to Twitter to reveal that he came up with the logo’s design and used it in his presentations to Warner Bros.. “Shablam!” his logo said, and it’s been his Twitter header photo […]
Entertainment Weekly just provided us with the first look at the Shazam movie logo. The magazine is on the set this week and will be streaming a live Q&A with the cast tomorrow on Facebook.
A fan on Twitter shared a photo of some concept art (pictured above) that he saw at the DC Exhibition in the UK. He tagged director Zack Snyder and cinematographer Larry Fong, and Fong replied. “We originally planned on filming there but then were told the buildings were going to be demolished.”
Justice League visual effects artist Ariel Suero shared a quick reel of the work he did on the movie. In the clip above, you can see new footage of Superman talking to Batman. Suero worked on removing Henry Cavill’s mustache, as well as CGI for Cyborg and the parademons. VIA: Batman News
DuVernay posted the image above in an Instagram Story tonight. It’s a page from “The New Gods #1” which was released on February 3rd, 1971. We don’t know anything else about this movie right now other than DuVernay being on board to direct it. Stay tuned to Batman News for more info as we get […]
With Justice League out on Digital HD and Blu-ray as well, its run at the box office has come to an end. Zack Snyder’s big superhero team-up movie made $657.9 million worldwide, the lowest of any DC Extended Universe movie yet. For comparison, Marvel’s first Avengers movie made $1.5 billion.
“I’m pumped about my new partnership with Reebok!,” Gadot announced on social media. “Together, we’re going to find the fun in fitness, and the strength in sports! Ladies, let’s play. Get ahead of the game!”
A fan on Vero posted the Batman v Superman photo above and said that he never noticed the crosses in the background before. Zack Snyder replied and said, “that’s a reference to Justice League 2”. He then added “until it wasn’t,” likely referring to the movie’s cancellation.
The 37-year-old star of Shazam, Zachary Levi, wasted no time in trolling his director with a letter of his own. “Thank for me play Shazam,” he wrote. Another aaww ☺️ A post shared by David F. Sandberg (@ponysmasher) on Mar 16, 2018 at 12:10pm PDT