If a rumored Warner Bros. mandate means darker DC movies, what will it mean to the studio’s competition with Marvel?
Although viewers will see a lot of DC Comics characters on Arrow and The Flash, don’t expect cameos by Batman and Superman.
Batman Vs. Superman and Justice League rumors abound, including Dwayne Johnson playing the villain in the latter as the films are shot back to back.
Putting an end to surprisingly persistent rumors, The Dark Knight Rises star Christian Bale states for the record that he will not play Batman in Warner Bros.’ long-planned Justice League film.
Man of Steel star Henry Cavill thinks Superman should wait a while before teaming up with the other DC Comics superheroes in the long-planned Justice League movie.
Prompted to give Warner Bros. some advice regarding its long-troubled Justice League film, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige suggests executives “have confidence in the characters, believe in the source material.”
Rumors swirl that Warner Bros. is keeping a close eye on Man of Steel‘s box-office success in order to gauge interest in a shared superhero universe as well as a Justice League movie directed by Zack Snyder.
A new rumor contends Christopher Nolan has agreed to oversee Warner Bros.’ DC Comics properties, with the studio attempt to convince Christian Bale to reprise his role as Batman in Justice League.