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Warner Bros. officially announced new movies at their Comic-Con Hall H presentation today by showing a slide of movie logos. The first should surprise no one — Wonder Woman 2 is on the way. Director Patty Jenkins hasn’t officially been announced yet, so they still must be working on her new deal.
The next new movie announced was a bit more surprising — The Flash movie is now Flashpoint, based on the 2011 comics miniseries by Geoff Johns. If you’re unfamiliar, here’s a description from Wikipedia:
His latest post comes today of Jason Momoa as Aquaman on the Justice League set in Iceland from last October. “Last shot of Jason in Iceland,” Snyder wrote on the mobile app Vero.
The untitled fourth Avengers movie is currently in production and a couple of familiar faces joined Tony Stark (Robert Downey, Jr.) on set today. Downey shared a behind-the-scenes photo on Instagram today, confirming the presence of Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow) and Happy Hogan (Jon Favreau). This trio, which Downey dubbed the “Infinity Trinity,” has been together […]
Deadline is reporting that The Hangover director Todd Phillips has been hired by Warner Bros. to co-write a Joker origin movie with 8 Mile writer Scott Silver. Phillips will also likely direct the movie, with legendary director Martin Scorsese set to produce.
Production continues on the upcoming untitled Avengers 4 and following photos from yesterday showing the recreation of a Japanese city, new photos reveal that Gwyneth Paltrow will return for the upcoming film in the role of Pepper Potts! Check out the photos of her with stars Robert Downey Jr. and Mark Ruffalo plus co-director Anthony […]
Michael Kenneth Williams, an Emmy nominee for his supporting role in HBO’s The Night Of, will not be in the new Star Wars stand-alone Han Solo movie after all. His part has been cut amid the reshoots now underway with new director Ron Howard. Williams said the revamped production schedule conflicted with his commitment to […]
By now you’ve had time to binge watch The Defenders on Netflix, the latest series from their partnership with Marvel. So what did you think? Leave your thoughts in the comments section below, and talk about The Defenders with the Superhero News community.