Two familiar faces within the DC Extended Universe and one whose we’ll know a lot more about next year with the release of Patty Jenkins Wonder Woman, will be returning for Zack Snyder’s Justice League movie later in 2017.
We are within touching distance of 2017 and with the new year on the horizon it brings us that step closer to the release of Zack Snyder’s Justice League movie.
Some big news coming out of Warner Brothers studios tonight. President and CCO Greg Silverman has stepped down from his role and will be replaced by New Line Cinema (Warner Bros subsidiary/sister studio) President Toby Emmerich who will combine his roles in overseeing Warner Bros and New Line Cinema.
I don’t know whether I’m coming or going with The Batman film. One minute its miles off, the next it’s on track to start filming.
You think 2016 was a crazy year? Well wait until Fast 8 or The Fate of the Furious as its (unfortunately) been titled hits screens worldwide next year.
There’s been a lot of talk regarding when Ben Affleck’s solo Batman movie will hit screens. With fans eagerly awaiting official news to be released by either Warner Bros. or Affleck himself on the matter.
There’s hasn’t been a lot of casting news on James Wans Aquaman for a while now, but as we move into 2017 and production on the film starts to ramp up there’s going to be a good few to come.
The DCEU returns next year with the release of Patty Jenkins Wonder Woman and Zack Snyder’s Justice League. After that, the schedule for most of Warner Bros upcoming DC Comics projects are in a state of flux.
Come hither at the first trailer for Paramount’s upcoming big screen Baywatch reboot.
In just a few hours time, the first trailer for the fifth Transformers film in the franchise, Transformers: The Last Knight will drop and the world will get to see what director Michael Bay and star Mark Whalberg have up their sleeves to entice us back into the world of Autobots and Decepticons.