Earlier today, the internet had its breath taken away by the news that Gal Gadot will play Wonder Woman in the upcoming Batman/Superman team up film, Batman and Superman: Friendship is Magic (until I am told otherwise, that is what I am calling it.) (more…)
The official title of Zack Snyder‘s follow up to Man of Steel hasn’t been chiseled in stone yet, everyone’s just been calling it Batman Vs. Superman. So when Warner Bros. registers a slew of new domain names, one can expect the Internet to erupt into a storm of speculation. (more…)
If you’ve been following along at home, what you are about to read counts and the first real news about the still untitled Man of Steel sequel (commonly -but not officially- called Batman vs. Superman) since learning that Bats would be played by Ben Affleck and the announcement that WB/DC was making the film. Producer (as in actual producer for the movie, not just a producer) Charles Roven spoke to Variety and had actual honest to goodness real information to say about the project. (more…)
Well, that is if you are a fan of the DC Animated Universe. Tim Daly‘s web series, The Daly Show, has a new episode in which the former voice of Superman faces off against thé voice of Batman, Kevin Conroy. The short (that was written and directed by Ben Shelton) is replete with the usual humor we’ve seen from the show before, but with a certain edge to it this time. That edge being Kevin Freakin’ Conroy saying that line from The Dark Knight Returns.
Your move Ben Affleck/Henry Cavill. (more…)
It might surprise you to know that Warner Bros. has more than just a sequel to Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel in the works. You can’t be blamed though, that’s all the Internet seems to be talking about these days. Guillermo del Toro gives us an update on where the Justice League Dark stands, and what Warner Bros. has planned for the future of DC Comics characters and universe. (more…)
The Man of Steel Live Fan Event just wrapped up over on Yahoo, a Q & A session promoting the films DVD/Blu-ray release next Tuesday. Obviously the lion’s share of the 60 plus minutes was spent talking about that movie, however rumor had it that we would see some new information on its still untitled sequel. So what did we we learn? (more…)
Recently, we had a chance to talk face to face with multi-talented comic book writer and artist Tim Seeley about his and Mike Norton‘s rural noir zombie thriller Revival, providing a contrast for The Walking Dead, becoming a highly sought after team with Norton, the status of the rumored Hack/Slash film, his interest in bringing his comics to TV or the big screen, and knowing where Revival will end thanks to Lost.
How’s this for a mash-up?
Bill and Ted travel to the land of Oz where they meet Gay Superman, the crew of the USS Enterprise, General Zod, Wreck-It Ralph, Amanda Bynes, and the ghost of late Glee star Cory Monteith (in the form of a tornado).
This could have been absurdly awesome–instead, the producers decided to go in another direction, and put on a show offensive to every moral, ethical, artistic, and simply HUMAN sensibility imaginable. (more…)