Cartoon Network’s Beware the Batman title sequence shows off its unique art style, along with Batman, Katana and Alfred Pennyworth. The series debuts July 13.
Manu Bennett, who plays Oliver Queen’s ally Slade Wilson — better known to comic book fans as Deathstroke — has been promoted to series regular for the second season of The CW’s Arrow.
A new report indicates Warner Bros. executive are waiting to gauge the performance of director Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel before deciding to move ahead with the long-developing Justice League.
The (somewhat surprising) revelation that Guillermo del Toro really is working on a movie that teams DC Comics’ supernatural characters like Zatanna, John Constantine, Deadman and Swamp Thing isn’t just a tease for what would likely end up being a good movie, it’s a sign of a way that DC could avoid looking like they’re attempting to follow in Marvel’s footsteps a little too closely.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt is rumored to have signed a deal to appear as Batman in Warner Bros.’ long-developing Justice League film, fueling speculation about a possible cameo in Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel.
Warner Premiere and DC Entertainment have released the first trailer for Batman: The Dark Knight Rises, Part 2, the animated adaptation of the seminal 1986 miniseries by Frank Miller and Klaus Janson. The direct-to-DVD movie arrives early next year.
The CW has debuted a new clip from Arrow that shows Oliver Queen in action. The new superhero drama, based on DC Comics’ Green Arrow, premieres Oct. 10.
Arrow stars Stephen Amell, Katie Cassidy and Colin Donnell are featured in the latest promo for the superhero drama, one that’s more in line with The CW’s overall branding. The series premieres Oct. 10.
With just a month to go until the premiere of Arrow, The CW has released a new teaser for the superhero drama based on DC Comics’ Green Arrow.
Person of Interest star Michael Emerson will voice the Clown Prince of Crime in the second part of Warner Bros.’ direct-to-DVD animated adaptation of Batman: The Dark Knight Returns.
Given an expected 2015 release for Justice League, it’s likely little surprise that a new rumor suggests Warner Bros. will use the ensemble film to introduce the studio’s new Batman before it relaunches the franchise.