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.
President Obama’s recent “Jedi mind meld” flub, and his humorous attempt to correct it, reminds us that from the White House to the Pentagon to Buckingham Palace, nerds hold the seats of power and influence.
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.
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.
Opening in the No. 2 spot with a relatively underwhelming weekend take, it seems as though the common wisdom on John Carter is going to be that it flopped and failed to connect with a mainstream audience. But part of me wonders whether that was the fault of John Carter, or something altogether bigger and more widespread?
As we prepare to say goodbye to 2011 for good, let’s take one last look back and see if there’s anything we can learn from the movies that made it big this year – and the ones that really, really didn’t. What lessons can we learn from 2011′s box office?
Director George Miller talks about his ill-fated Justice League movie, and how it fell apart.
A new clip and stills have been released from Friday’s special one-hour premiere of Green Lantern: The Animated Series, which teams Hal Jordan with Kilowog to track down who’s behind a series of Green Lantern deaths.
Following the world-premiere screening of Green Lantern: The Animated Series this morning at New York Comic Con, Warner Bros. has released the opening scene from the cartoon’s Nov. 11 debut.
As the famous saying from screenwriter William Goldman goes, when it comes to the movie industry, nobody knows anything. It’s been taken as a truism for years now, but this may have been the summer when audiences decided to prove that to studios once and for all.