Fans waiting to hear when we will see Ryan Reynold’s Merc With A Mouth next cinematic adventure were just given a major update over the weekend.
Seemingly out of nowhere, Warner Bros has shifted its entire DCEU slate. Click the jump to find out who is moving where and why these massive changes have occurred.
The new trailer for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness dropped during the Super Bowl this past Sunday and it’s safe to say that the Multiverse Saga is about to be kicked into full force for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The trailer for Marvel Studios upcoming Moon Knight series starring Oscar Isaac debuted last night, and it’s safe to say that chaos is about to be unleashed into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Suicide Squad’s director, David Ayer, has been very vocal in the past of his cut of Suicide Squad and over the past week or so, the director has taken to social media to give fans a look into his original version of Task Force X’s cinematic debut.
Actor Henry Cavill’s future as the DCEU’s Superman is largely unknown at this point and in a exclusive interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the actor comments on his desire for his Man of Steel’s future.
The #RestoreTheSnyderVerse movement has been relatively quietly lately, but given a recent statement about the film from an unlikely source, the fever is back on.
Despite no official reveal from the director quite yet, we know that Ben Affleck will reprise the role of Batman in the upcoming Flash movie. Now, the actor has opened about his decision to put on the cape and cowl one more time in a recent interview with Variety.
While Andy Muschietti certainly hasn’t shied away from teasing fans of what’s to come in his highly anticipated Flash movie, the director’s latest drop is an intriguing photo of a cryptic/mashed-up costume that is bound to get the fan base talking.
After a failed attempt to get a new project based on classic ’80s vampire classic, The Lost Boys, off the ground at The CW .. Warner Bros. is taking another swing at the franchise on the big screen, with the director, writer and two main cast members already in place.