It seems like just yesterday that tens of thousands of eager fanboys and fangirls were gathered around their computers, trying to grab a golden ticket to San Deigo Comic-Con, the pop culture event of the year. Well, San Diego Comic-Con is now just around the corner and will kick off with their annual Preview Night in just 29 days. Generally, at this point, SDCC announcements will begin rolling in fast and furious and today, we have a big announcement that will sadden some that received their SDCC registration. It appears that, as previously rumored, Marvel Studios will indeed be sitting this one out. (more…)
Transformers might be “robots in disguise” to the average person, but to the consumer, there ain’t no disguising the avalanche of robotic projects coming our way. Falling in with the likes of Marvel, DC, and the Star Wars franchise, the folks behind Transformers are creating a “shared universe,” and it sounds like pretty much anything contained within the canon of the Autobots and Decepticons is fair game. Are you ready for a Bumblebee solo film? How about a story of robotic lives and love set on pre-war Cybertron? Can you handle the heart-palpitating excitement of a story focused on Cosmos (you remember Cosmos from the original cartoon series, right – the robot alien who decided to come to Earth inconspicuously disguised as… a UFO)?
Regardless of how you feel about the Marvel vs. DC movie scuffle, one thing’s for certain – Warner Bros./DC has a reputation for making some rather unconventional choices. The Aquaman project isn’t set to release for another three years, but they’re getting right on top of it and now they’ve finally pinned down a director. The choice for this flick, however, is anything but unconventional. In fact, WB is looking at one of Hollywood’s top action directors for the job – James Wan. (more…)
With his dad playing Deadshot in Warner Brother’s Suicide Squad, Jaden Smith is no stranger to the DC Universe. Word has leaked that Jaden may have nabbed the lead role in Static Shock, an upcoming live-action digital series from Warner Brothers. (more…)
We saw the cast read through photo above back when production got under way and director David Ayers tweeted it to mark the event. Now Ayers is back on Twitter to bring us the first fully costumed look at the Suicide Squad in all their … glory? (more…)
Constantine creators Daniel Creone and David Goyer are meeting with NBC executives today to pitch the second season. In an effort to show NBC that fans are behind the show and want more, Creone put out a Call to Arms Tweet to Constantine fans around the world. Tweet using hashtag #SaveConstantine during the meeting starting at 10 AM PST / 1 PM EST in hopes of convincing NBC that Constantines fanbase won’t take it’s removal from television lying down.
Especially appropriate now after all the Black Widow drama, (being excluded from Avengers: Age of Ultron merch, the Chris Evans and Jeremy Renner comments…), it seems girls are finally getting some good news! DC Entertainment, Warner Brothers Animation, Warner Brothers Consumer Products and Mattel have all teamed up to launch a new movement towards marketing to girls starting this fall- it’s called DC Super Hero Girls! (more…)
It appears that Hollywood stars not only have to worry about their phones getting hacked, but also having pictures taken of the pictures on their phone while out with friends. That’s right, it wasn’t a hack, as much as an over the shoulder fanboy photo grab that gives us a look at what could be Jerad Leto in full Joker costume for the first time. (more…)
As production for one of the most-hyped upcoming movies draws nearer, we’ve been afforded a little more news about the casting of the Suicide Squad film. Two more cast members will join the ranks of the Rogues Gallery as they complete missions deemed to dangerous for normal government employees, and it begs the question…is Suicide Squad becoming too ‘Hollywood’? (more…)
Few characters in the expansive DC pantheon have had as many designs as Harley Quinn. She was originally created as a throwaway henchman for Batman: The Animated Series, but Paul Dini adored her so much she became a mainstay, eventually working her way into comics and Rocksteady’s Arkham video games. Over the years, she has had costume after costume, ranging from the sleek to the slutty, and we finally have details on her outfit for the very first live-action appearance on the big screen.