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In the 100th episode of Superhero News, the panel discusses Henry Cavill’s recent comments about DC Films, Warner Bros. possibly waiting on Justice League before setting a course for Flashpoint, Zachary Levi being cast as Shazam, Gareth Evans in talks to write and direct Deathstroke, Hulk and Rocket being fast friends in Avengers: Infinity War, and James Gunn calling for an end to toxic fan interactions over Batman v Superman.
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Ben Affleck and Gal Gadot’s original deals had them signed up for three movies in the DC Films Universe, but it sounds like Henry Cavill signed up for four. In an interview with the LA Times, Cavill, who has already appeared in three movies, confirmed that he has another movie left on his contract and is […]
Four and a half years ago, Disney•Pixar told theater owners at CinemaCon in Las Vegas about their plans to develop a film centered on the Mexican holiday Día de los Muertos. It was an exciting prospect, but also too early in development and too far away to know if it would actually happen. Then the title, Coco, […]
The following article contains spoilers for Justice League. Do not proceed unless you have seen the film, or don’t mind being spoiled. Justice League is finally here and while many fans love it, mainstream moviegoers have been slow to embrace it. The film opened with an estimated $96M in North America over the weekend, […]
That’s a wrap! Marvel Studios’ Ant-Man and the Wasp completed its 80th and final day of production on Sunday. Working on the weekend usually isn’t much fun, but at least the film crew can say that their office was on location in Hawaii. Ant-Man and the Wasp was primarily filmed in Georgia, with most days spent […]
Zack Snyder’s big superhero team-up movie only made $96 million in its first weekend. That’s the lowest opening of any DC Films movie yet. Man of Steel made $116 million, Batman v Superman made $166 million, Suicide Squad made $133 million, and Wonder Woman made $103 million.