It’s been a while since we’ve heard anything on Warner Bros.‘ Justice League Dark film, titled Dark Universe. Guillermo del Toro was attached to direct for a few years, but he eventually dropped out. Since then, we’ve heard a slew of director and casting rumors for the DC movie. In the meantime, an animated movie starring the supernatural team was announced for a 2017 release.
Now, Dark Universe is finally moving forward with a new filmmaker. Continue reading
We saw a glimpse of Victor Stone‘s transformation into Cyborg in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. The character will go on to play a key role in the two Justice League movies, while he will star in his own standalone movie in 2020. Now, Cyborg is popping up in yet another DC film. Continue reading
Last month, it was announced that The Pokémon Company is teaming up with Legendary Pictures to create a live action Pokémon movie. The film, which is targeting a 2017 production start date, is based on the Great Detective Pikachu video game. Now, the film is about to lock down its screenwriters. Continue reading
Despite negative reviews from critics, Suicide Squad opened with a record-breaking $133.7 million opening last weekend. Now, the DC film is in its second weekend of release, where it had to defend its #1 position from newcomers Sausage Party and Pete’s Dragon. How did Suicide Squad fare? Continue reading
Disney and Lucasfilm will begin production on the untitled Star Wars Han Solo prequel early next year. Alden Ehrenreich will play everyone’s favorite scoundrel from a galaxy far, far away. Chris Miller and Phil Lord are directing. In addition to Han, the film will feature Chewbacca. And now, it looks like another fan-favorite Star Wars character is making his return. Continue reading
The LEGO Batman Movie won’t be the only LEGO film to come out next year. Warner Bros. is also releasing The LEGO Ninjago Movie, based on the popular LEGO theme of the same name. Today, the studio has officially confirmed an all-star voice cast for the film. Continue reading
Despite months of controversy and backlash, Sony‘s Ghostbusters reboot received mostly positive reviews from critics. However, the Paul Feig-directed relaunch, starring an all-female team of Ghostbusters, has been struggling at the box office. The movie has been in theaters for almost a month, and it has only grossed about $180 million worldwide. For a film with a $144 million production budget, this is alarming. Now, the reboot is officially a box office bomb. Continue reading