Just when you thought Gotham had thier hands full dealing with future Batman villains Catwoman, Penguin, Riddler, Poison Ivy, and that recurring teaser the Joker, showrunner Bruno Heller recently teased another big Batman-Comic-Book-Villain, Dr. Hugo Strange. What even more exciting Gotham news did Heller lay out? (more…)
Yesterday, we got a wonderful new Gotham trailer and today the marketing powers that be over at FOX have followed that up with two new Gotham videos that spotlight the series villains and soon to be super villains. I’m sure there’s more videos and clips to come before the September 22nd premiere. (more…)
If you watched the MLB All Star game on FOX last night, you got the added treat of a brand new Gotham trailer titled, The Good. The Evil. The Beginning. Despite my early reservations about a Batman television show without Batman, Gotham just keeps looking better and better. (more…)
We, along with the rest of the Internet, have focused a lot of attention on the Gotham character “The Comedian” played by Jon Beavers. He first appeared on our radar when cast and described as a comedic performer at Fish Mooney’s (Jada Pinkett Smith) club. Just about everyone started to speculate, “Would this be the new Joker?” Now we’ve got another sneaking suspicion that might even be better. (more…)
Last fall, everyone fell in love with Batkid Miles Scott, a 5-year-old leukemia patient who’s Make-A-Wish wish was to be Batman for a day. The City of San Francisco obliged in overwhelming fashion by turning the city by the bay into Gotham City and letting Miles live out his superhero dreams. The event became a social media phenomenon, and warmed the hearts of nerds and non-nerds everywhere, so naturally, they’re trying to make a movie about it. A documentary to be precise. But it’s going to need your help if it wants to get finished. (more…)
There’s a lot of new information, pictures, and videos popping up around the Internet for Warner Brothers and ‘DC Comics‘ new FOX television series Gotham. We’ve scoured the Internet, shined the brightest lights into the Internet’s cobwebbed and shadowy corners to bring you them all right here. Seriously, it took me at least ten minutes worth of finger pounding keyboard Goggling. (more…)
Short answer? Doesn’t look like it. After years of domination by Marvel where movie news is concerned, SDCC 2013‘s Hall H was utterly conquered by Warner Bros. and their pants-crappingly exciting announcement that not only was a sequel to Man of Steel in the works, said sequel would co-star BATMAN!
It’s now a year later, SDCC 2014 draws nigh, and we know much more about this film, entitled Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice–which is either a hint of the studio’s plans to finally make a Justice League flick, or WB simply hates nerds.
There was chatter recently that SDCC 2014′s Hall H would be the scene of an official announcement that Justice League is indeed happening, as well as rumors that Warner Bros. would have other announcements regarding future DC based films–but apparently, there is no solid evidence that any of this is to be: (more…)
Also, do you like details? You’re in luck! Here’s something close to that… sort of! On the show this week, Jeremy, Jason and Blastr.com writer Matthew Jackson discuss: (more…)
We talked a bit about Kevin Smith‘s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Fake Script Rumor announcement earlier today, and now we’ve got the full scoop for you. Being Kevin Smith you can expect not just the scoop, but colorful sprinkles and chopped nuts on top! (more…)
Rumors were flying around the Internet over the weekend, as they often do, that Kevin Smith was part of an elaborate plot to confuse and perplex anyone trying to figure out what the story line, the villains, and other characters details for director Zach Snyder‘s upcoming sequel to Man of Steel, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Now Smith has announced that he will respond to those accusations today at 11:00 AM PST. What might he say? (more…)