The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.
In this edition, a special effects make-up artist explains some of the techniques used on movies like The Wizard of Oz, The Godfather, Kill Bill Vol. 1, Guardians of the Galaxy, and more. Plus, check out the revival of the Superman radio show from DC FanDome this past weekend, and see how Kevin James screwed up a take on the set of Good Will Hunting. Read More »
In case you forgot, DC FanDome isn’t over just yet. The big event celebrating all-things-DC was split in half, with the first installment – DC FanDome: Hall of Heroes – arrived in August. Now, DC FanDome: Explore the Multiverse is set to arrive this weekend, and bring with it all sorts of new things for fans to nerd out about. One program coming to FanDome this weekend is a revival of the 1940s Adventures of Superman radio series, which will feature the voices of Wilson Cruz, Tim Daly, Daniel Dae Kim, and more.
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Are you ready to return to the FanDome?
After the wildly successful launch of its virtual convention devoted to the biggest upcoming movies and games based on DC Comics, Warner Bros. and DC are bringing you more content than ever on FanDome’s second and final day. DC FanDome: Explore the Multiverse takes place in just over a week, and instead of focusing mostly on mega-budgeted movies, this second day opens things up with more than 300 panels and videos adding up to more than 100 hours of content from the worlds of comics, animation, movies, TV, and games.
The best part? There’s no set schedule this time. You don’t have to stop what you’re doing to watch a given panel. Instead, you’ll have access to all of the content for the whole 24 hours, and you can watch it on your own time and even program your own schedule if you want. Check out a new trailer for the event below.
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Who is responsible for Commissioner Gordon‘s death in the Gotham Knights video game? Which recording artist recently cosplayed in a photoshoot as Barb Wire? How does a new Daredevil comic rewrite the superhero’s history? Will Supergirl be referenced in Zack Snyder’s Justice League? Want to see a fanmade trailer for an Agents of SHIELD spin-off about Quake? Why are some critics refusing to review The New Mutants? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
In case there was any doubt, the numbers are in and it’s official: last weekend’s DC FanDome was a huge hit.
DC FanDome: Hall of Heroes pulled in 22 million views around the globe during its 24-hour event on Saturday, where fans were rapt by an eight-hour presentation containing footage and panel discussions surrounding some of Warner Bros. and DC’s most anticipated new film, TV, and video game projects.
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Matt Reeves flew the virtual Batwing out of the virtual Batcave into the virtual DC FanDome to tell us all about The Batman, and he did not disappoint. Director Reeves talked about the film and gave us a seriously great trailer to boot, and pretty much everything the director had to say was gold. Reeves’ infectious attitude about the project goes a long way to shutting down any cynicism someone might have about yet another Batman movie.
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Zachary Levi and his Shazam! co-stars spoke about the upcoming sequel during a (very brief) DC FanDome panel and revealed the new title for the follow-up directed by David F. Sandberg. Find out what secrets they may have revealed — and what guests may have dropped by — below.
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Black Adam has been with Dwayne Johnson for over a decade. In fact, there was a time when the wrestler turned actor had to decide between playing Shazam or Black Adam. It only seems appropriate that he chose the anti-hero, the one who delivers his own brand of justice. Now that Shazam! is in the hands of Zachary Levi and director David F. Sandberg, it’s time for Black Adam to finally rise to power, and the Black Adam DC FanDome panel gave us an exciting first look, including a glimpse at the Justice Society of America members who will be entering the fray with him. Read More »
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DC FanDome finally gave us a proper first look at The Suicide Squad from director James Gunn. The filmmaker behind Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy franchise is shaking up the roster of DC Comics characters with a whole new line of weird and obscure bad guys, and the film’s panel during the virtual DC Comics convention finally confirmed who all of the new cast members are playing, not to mention giving us some wild first looks.
Check out The Suicide Squad character roll call video and find out some other interesting details about the movie below. Read More »
The Flash has been the subject of two television shows, multiple video games, and several movie appearances over the years, but the Scarlet Speedster has not received a solo live-action film…yet. That’s about to change in 2022 with Warner Bros.’ The Flash, which will see It and It Chapter Two director Andy Muschietti put the spotlight directly on Ezra Miller‘s socially awkward iteration of Barry Allen.
At DC FanDome today, Andy was joined by his sister and producer Barbara Muschietti, writer Christina Hodson, and Miller himself to talk about the future of this character, who we haven’t seen since his goofy appearance in 2017’s Justice League. Here’s everything you need to know about The Flash DC FanDome panel. Read More »