Ray Fisher’s Cyborg Will Appear in ‘The Flash’ Movie


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


‘Justice League’ Group Shot and Sizzle Reel


While we all wear out YouTube’s bandwidth with THIS first teaser for Wonder Woman, Zack Snyder and company still have some aces up their sleeve for your Hall H blowout.


And it’s a doozy…

Behold the first picture of the Justice League courtesy the film’s official twitter account!  (We can only assume Hal Jordan’s taking the picture.)  What more needs to be said, this is already my desktop wallpaper.


Zack Snyder went ahead and released the Justice League Sizzle Reel… No crappy “leaked” bootleg phone video this year!  Take a look:

Zack Snyder’s Justice League Starring Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot Henry Cavill and Jason Momoa is in Production and arrives in Theaters November 17th, 2017

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[Via Watchtower of Babel News]

New ‘Justice League’ Details: Main Villain, Storyline, Costumes, Willem Dafoe’s Role and More


Today, several websites have shared their set visit reports for Justice League. Plenty of new information about the DC film was revealed. The big bad has been confirmed, Willem Dafoe‘s character has been revealed, and we have some new details on what to expect story-wise. Many thanks to JoBlo and Collider for sharing the following information. Continue reading

Warner Bros. Tweaking Producer Charles Roven’s Role in DC Films


One of the key players in the DC Extended Universe is Charles Roven, who has produced every DC movie for Warner Bros. since 2005’s Batman Begins. He has also been a member of the DCEU braintrust. However, it looks like his role in the DC movies going forward will be reduced.
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Geoff Johns and Jon Berg Hired to Co-Run DC Films for Warner Bros.


Following the release of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Warner Bros. is making a few changes to its approach to DC Films. The movie received mostly negative reviews from critics, while fans and the general audience are mixed. It has also grossed about $870 million worldwide; that’s a lot of money, but WB surely expected more.

So, what is the studio’s response?
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