Oct
01
2018
10

The ‘Welllll…” second Titans trailer.

OK. Titans seems less awful than I first thought.

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Aug
06
2018
2

Birds of Prey update: no Batgirl, villain to be Black Mask.

Interesting. No Catwoman, either:  Birds of Prey will feature Harley Quinn, Huntress, Black Canary, and Renee Montoya, who *I* remember as the smart Gotham City cop in The New Batman Adventures but who is apparently the second Question in regular continuity (also, gay**).  According to the the gestalt of the various synopses and revelations out there, these four will be teaming up to save a child Cassandra Cain (who later grows up to be a Batgirl) from the crime boss Black Mask.  (more…)

Jun
14
2018
12

This is not the Aquaman trailer.

It is, however, a link to some pictures from the Aquaman movie, which looks like it’s going to be drawing from the established Aquaman continuity.  …Don’t give me that look. Batman: The Brave and the Bold made Aquaman cool.  It’s perfectly all right now to know that he has a half-brother named Orm that has a Loki-like relationship with Aquaman, which is absolutely why he’s in this movie because audiences ate up the Thor-Loki sibling dynamic with a spoon*. (more…)

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May
30
2018
3

Penguin to be main villain for The Batman?

It ain’t really Tweet of the Day territory, but it’s interesting.

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Feb
22
2018
10

Joss Whedon drops Batgirl.

Why? Supposedly… “”Batgirl is such an exciting project, and Warners/DC such collaborative and supportive partners, that it took me months to realize I really didn’t have a story,” Whedon told The Hollywood Reporter in a statement.”  No story?  No story?  Since when has ‘lacking a story’ been even a speed bump on the Hollywood journey? (more…)

Jan
09
2018
3

The ‘This Isn’t Getting Any Less Disturbing’ new ‘Krypton’ trailer.

My God. See?  This Krypton trailer is why you shouldn’t let people time travel. You end up doing horrible things to people.

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Jan
04
2018
6

Warner Bros. taps Walter Hamada as new overseer for DCU.

Oh, Warner Bros, why must you taunt me with hope?

As part of a shake-up of its DC film operations, Warner Bros. is promoting Walter Hamada to oversee its comic book movies, Variety has learned. He will serve as president of DC-based film production. In December, the studio decided to replace Jon Berg and Geoff Johns as the heads of the DC movies. Berg became a production partner with Roy Lee, the producer of “The Lego Movie” and “It,” who has a deal on the lot.

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