DC FanDome is just over a week away, and we’re expecting that virtual convention will reveal some news about director Matt Reeves‘ hugely anticipated upcoming superhero film The Batman. But in the meantime, that film’s co-writer has spoken about how the new movie is going to deal with Bruce Wayne’s trauma.
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If you’re a fan of DC Comics, the DC Extended Universe, and/or The CW’s Arrowverse of TV shows, clear your schedule for Saturday, August 22, 2020.
DC FanDome, Warner Bros.’ upcoming event celebrating all things DC Comics-related, has released its complete schedule for the entire event, and it’s full of panels dedicated to huge movies like The Batman, Wonder Woman 1984, and Black Adam, and tons of shows ranging from The Flash to the animated Harley Quinn series. Find out how to build your own customizable, interactive schedule for the event, and see which panels we’re most interested in below. Read More »
Time is running out, indeed, for Tenet, which is moving ever closer to its theatrical release first in international markets, then in the U.S. The highly anticipated Christopher Nolan spy film has received a slew of new posters touting the overseas release of Tenet in late August, with territories like Canada, France, Germany, Italy and the U.K. set to reopen their theaters for the blockbuster on August 26, 2020 before Tenet opens in select U.S. cities two weeks later for Labor Day, on September 2, 2020. With the world nearing those dates, Warner Bros. has released a series of new Tenet posters for the international markets. And they certainly put things into a new perspective.
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Tenet is finally coming to movie theaters around the world later this month, even though the United States will have to wait until early September. In support of the film, some new tidbits about the mysterious production have been surfacing online from director Christopher Nolan himself. Though he’s not giving away any new plot details, he has revealed that not only does this movie somehow have fewer visual effects shots than most romantic comedies, but it was also probably one of the hardest movies for any editor to tackle. Read More »
Robert Pattinson‘s The Batman audition story has a twist that even Christopher Nolan couldn’t have dreamed up. Which is funny, because it involves the Tenet and Dark Knight trilogy director himself.
It’s awkward for anyone to discretely go to a job interview while you’re doing fine at your current job. But Pattinson turned that awkward experience up to 11 with his The Batman audition story, which involved Tenet, Christopher Nolan, and a very bad lie.
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When DC FanDome launches later this month, fans will get a proper glimpse at Zack Snyder‘s cut of Justice League, which is heading to HBO Max in 2021. While director is busy putting the movie together in post-production, he couldn’t help but tease fans a little bit with a look at the new, alternate version of the villain Steppenwolf, the leader of the Parademon army who acts as a herald announcing the forthcoming arrival of the read big bad, Darkseid. See Zack Snyder’s Justice League Steppenwolf photo below. Read More »
Game Night alumni Jason Bateman and Mark Perez are reuniting for Superworld, based on the Gus Krieger Audible original set in a world where everyone has superpowers except for one man. Bateman will direct the project while Game Night writer Perez will handle the script. And while we’re making this an official Game Night reunion, may I please request they bring Rachel McAdams into the fold as well? We all need more Rachel McAdams.
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Today DC FanDome announced the huge roster of stars and creators who will be making an appearance at the upcoming virtual convention covering all things related to DC Comics. One of the biggest stars making an appearance will be Dwayne Johnson, who is slated to star in the upcoming DC movie Black Adam, a character who has ties to the Shazam! franchise led by Zachary Levi. And when Johnson tweeted about DC FanDome today, his teaser video featured something a little extra for fans. Read More »
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Rocksteady Studios is responsible for creating the fantastic Batman: Arkham video game trilogy, easily the best video game adaptation of The Dark Knight that we’ve ever seen. Now the game’s creators are setting their sights on a new DC Comics video game that involves both Suicide Squad and Superman, but just like the Batman: Arkham games, it’s not tied to the film franchises in any way. And as you can see in the teaser image, it might be about hunting Superman. Or is that Bizarro? Read More »
DC FanDome just announced a super-sized lineup of guests set to make an appearance during the upcoming virtual event. DC film stars current — like Robert Pattinson, Gal Gadot, and Zachary Levi — and old, like Batman Forever‘s Val Kilmer, are set to appear, as are directors such as Zack Snyder, Patty Jenkins, Matt Reeves, and Andy Muschietti, likely to tease their upcoming projects. See the full list of DC FanDome guests below.
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