Saying she’s had “discussions” with Marvel and Warner Bros., Thor: The Dark World actress Jaimie Alexander talks about her love for Wonder Woman, and her interest in a Sif spinoff.
A top Warner Bros. executive addressed the rumor that Wonder Woman and other DC heroes may appear in Batman Vs. Superman, and the controversial casting of Ben Affleck.
The first behind-the-scenes footage from Batman vs. Superman surfaced over the weekend as Warner Bros. took over East Los Angeles College’s Weingart Stadium to film a football game between Gotham City University and Metropolis State.
At New York Comic Con, Mattel unveiled a series of 4-inch action figures featuring the likenesses of Christopher Reeve, Danny DeVito, Michelle Pfeiffer, Terence Stamp and Michael Keaton from the Superman and Batman films.
Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara has big plans for DC Comics’ superhero properties, saying, “We need to get Wonder Woman on the big screen or TV.”
Screenwriter David S. Goyer reveals Man of Steel is further into development than many may suspect, and addresses fan pressure, and who would win in a fight: Batman or Superman.
Acknowledging that he and director Zack Snyder knew the ending of Man of Steel would be controversial, screenwriter David S. Goyer explains why, in this case, Superman had to kill. Warning: Potential spoilers.
Recently cast Arrow actor Grant Gustin discusses his upcoming appearance as both Barry Allen and The Flash, and offers a hint about what his costume might look like.
Justin Bieber’s rumored casting in the Man of Steel sequel is completely false, of course, but it’s indicative of a larger problem with the thirst for any kind of information about Zack Snyder’s upcoming film.
Chronicle screenwriter Max Landis reveals some of his DC Comics movie ideas, including a goth scene-inspired Kyle Rayner Green Lantern, and a Wonder Woman pitch he hopes to make to Warner Bros.