More Info on Which Three Movies Gal Gadot is Signed Up to Play Wonder Woman In

- 01-23-14Comics, Film Posted by Jason McAnelly


A short while back, actress Gal Gadot confirmed that she had been signed up to play the iconic character of Wonder Woman in more films than just the 2016 Batman vs. Superman flick. And while she avoided detailing the exact scope of her contract, it has now come to our attention that there are very specific films that Warner Bros. is looking towards with regards to her involvement. Apparently, after Batman vs. Superman is over, she shall, if the studio continues to pursue its super hero movie barrage, be getting a spot in the Justice League film as well as a solo Wonder Woman flick. Read on for more. (more…)

Stephen Amell Calls Bullsh*t on Those Justice League “Talks”

- 01-23-14Comics, TV Posted by Sarah Moran


Only yesterday we, and most of the nerdosphere, ran with a story from Fandango claiming Arrow star, Stephen Amell had been in discussions about appearing in Warner Bros.’ eventual Justice League movie. Later on Facebook, Amell made it clear that notion was utter “bullshit”. (more…)

Stephen Amell Confirms He Had Justice League Talks; Teases Next DC Character to be Mentioned on ‘Arrow’

- 01-22-14Comics, TV Posted by Sarah Moran


Arrow is DC Comics’, Warner Bros.’, and the CW’s surprise hit. It’s managed to not only please comic fans and the CW’s teen audience alike, but also reinvent the emerald archer for a whole new generation. Green Arrow, or simply The Arrow as he’s now known, has almost the same name recognition as DC’s biggest hitters, Batman and Superman, and that’s all thanks to Arrow and its star, Stephen Amell. In a couple of recent interviews, Amell confirms he did have “studio level” talks about appearing in WB’s eventual Justice League movie and that another of DC’s famous characters will get name-dropped in an upcoming episode. (more…)

‘Batman Vs Superman’ News: Flash Included and Villain Casting?

- 12-04-13Comics, Film Posted by Adam A. Donaldson


Buried in Variety’s story about the casting of Gal Godot (Fast & Furious 6) as Wonder Woman (which we covered here) are a couple of other provocative details. Aside from the rather straight-forward secondary bit of casting scoop, news of who might potentially be playing the villain in Batman Vs Superman, is the news that there maybe another hero joining the fun. If you’re not going to have your fill of The Flash by the time he spins off from The CW’s Arrow, then you’ll have plenty more to cheer about come 2015. (more…)

NerdBastards Thanksgiving Video Roundup: Awkward Justice League Celebration, Gary Oldman’s Thanksgiving Message, & MOAR ! ! !

- 11-29-13Funny Videos, Nerd Culture Posted by Mark Poynter


Thanksgiving has wrapped up, you’ve said goodbye to all your guests and put those that were in no condition to drive in a cab or in a guest bedroom for the night. You’ve put the last of the left overs in the fridge, but don’t get maudlin about how wrong the day went. You’re not alone. Just look at how things went when the Justice League sat down for a Thanksgiving dinner. (more…)

It’s Time for ‘Justice League: War’ (the Trailer, Anyway)

- 10-28-13Comics, Film Posted by Adam A. Donaldson

Justice League War

Following up on the recent releases of Superman: Unbound and Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox, the DC Animated Universe will kick off 2014 with the release of another tale from the Justice League, and this time, it’s war! That’s right fans, check out the brand new Justice League: War trailer below. (more…)

Warner Bro. President Dodges Question On Wonder Woman Appearing in ‘Batman vs Superman’

- 10-22-13Comics, Film Posted by Luke Gallagher


It’s well past time for Wonder Woman – the foremost butt-kicking babe in DC’s arsenal of female comic book characters – to take center stage, or at least get some sort of cinematic lovin’. Warner Bros CEO Kevin Tsujihara agrees. He recently said “We need to get Wonder Woman on the big screen or TV.”  While that may be the case, nothing seems to be officially in the works. Or is it? While there’s no news on the stand alone front, other than Tsujihara being burdened with glorious purpose, there is a rumor going around that Wonder Woman will make an appearance in Zack Snyder’s Batman Vs. Superman.


The Leaked Script for George Miller’s ‘Justice League: Mortal’ Tells a Great Cautionary Tale

- 10-08-13Comics, Film Posted by Jeremy R! Hudson


Just not in the way the writers intended…

For the past few years we’ve only spoken of George Miller‘s mysterious (and long dead) Justice League project in hushed tones filled with speculation and rumor. We know that back in 2007  production on Justice League: Mortal was suddenly halted and the superhero team-up flick (that predates the Marvel Cinematic Universe FYI.,) faded off into the limbo of lost movies… a project that would eternally be shrouded mystery. That is until now. Superhero Movie News leaked an apparently authentic draft of the script online late last night. I have read it, and to quickly summarize: we’re very lucky this JLA movie was DOA. VERY damn we are lucky. (more…)

DC Introduces the New Lobo, and They Cleaned Him Up

- 08-23-13Comics Posted by Adam A. Donaldson


DC Comics has gotten a lot of flack for sexing up many of the female characters for the New 52, and now it seems that their solution to the problem is to start  sexing up the male characters as well. Where have they decided to start? Naturally, with a rude, bad ass intergalactic biker bounty hunter named Lobo.

Yes fans, that Lobo. Kenneth Rocafort is credited with the redesign, which went through a few changes you can see for yourself on the DC Source Blog, and the new Lobo will be further explored in the upcoming Justice League #23.2: Lobo. At least a couple of those designs are pretty much indicative of the old Lobo, so the question is why they might have decided to go with the male model version. What about Lobo has ever said male model?

Here’s the before…


Armie Hammer Has No Desire To Don Batman’s Cowl

- 08-02-13Comics, Film Posted by Mark Poynter


You can cross Armie Hammer (The Lone Ranger) off your potential Batman list for the upcoming Superman/Batman movie announced by Warner Bros. a couple of weeks ago. Even though he had originally been on board to play Batman for George Miller‘s 2007 Justice League movie, which quickly fell off the Hollywood map, Hammer now says he has no interest in the role, or any other superhero movie for that matter. In an interview with Metro he said:

I’m not actually a big fan of superhero films, If you have a guy who is supposed to be invulnerable, then what’s the point?

He went on to talk about working with Henry Cavill (Man of Steel) on The Man From U.N.C.L.E. and jokingly worried what people might say if the two of them then starred in another superhero movie so soon after.

I think if Henry and I did that film and then a superhero film straight after, people might start to wonder about us…

Well, who does that leave on your list to play the Caped Crusader? Check out NerdBastards list and see who else might fit the role.

Via: Comingsoon