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.
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.”
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.
The Avengers 2 writer/director Joss Whedon discusses the importance of Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver to the Marvel sequel, and the grief he felt over the failed Wonder Woman movie at Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.’ has released the first trailer for The LEGO Movie, which assembles an all-star cast of minifigures to help stop an evil tyrant from gluing their universe together. The film opens Feb. 7, 2014.
The CW President Mark Pedowitz reveals that Batman is still off-limits for live-action television, meaning he won’t be getting his own Smallville-like series or hanging out with Oliver Queen on Arrow.
Acknowledging mistakes were made with his rejected 2011 pilot, prolific producer David E. Kelley insists Wonder Woman can still work on television, and says The CW is “smart to try it” with the planned origin story Amazon.
The CW’s planned Wonder Woman series is moving forward with the launch of a search for an actress in her early to mid-20s to play the iconic DC Comics superheroine in Amazon, here named Iris rather than Diana. Update: WW remains Diana!
The Avengers director Joss Whedon, who has his own history with DC Comics’ Amazon Princess, explains why David E. Kelley’s planned Wonder Woman television revival didn’t work out.
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.
When you think about this season of Breaking Bad, one thought springs to mind that isn’t entirely spoilerish: Who would have thought that Jesse Plemons would have been the one Friday Nights Lights actor to get it right in the show’s aftermath?