Stop trying to make January happen.
What will keep you occupied in January as you hide under the covers and wait for the freezing cold weather to end (unless you're one of those lucky people who lives where that doesn't happen)? Here's the full list of what Netflix will have on order to kick off 2018, but beware: This month is also your last chance to watch some classic favorites.Read More
Mad Men actor Jon Hamm is reportedly "gunning" for the role of Batman in Matt Reeves' The Batman. And while there are many factors to consider in casting, the GIF is the most important.Read More
This anime adaptation puts the DC characters into a mix of feudal Japan and Gotham where Batman can travel by both flying Batmobile and dramatic horse-drawn carriage.Read More
Despite making 95 million at the box office, this was a disappointing weekend number for Warner Bros. with estimates earlier projecting the film to make in the $110 million range this weekend. The movie's budget is said to be around 300 million. Next stop: Aquaman.Read More
The Justice League rumor mill is churning once again and this time it has to do with rumors that Jake Gyllenhaal is being eyed to replace Ben Affleck as Batman, but that doesn't mean he has to be Bruce Wayne.Read More
2.5 out of 5 Stars.
Justice League was poorly written and had mediocre CGI, but was a lot of fun.Read More
Ever wish you could treat yourself (and your family, and your friends) to some sweet superhero swag and make the world a better place at the same time? I hadn't known this was possible, but this idea is genius, and it comes courtesy of "philanthropic retailer" called BoxLunch.Read More
Ben Affleck Says There Is “Sexual Tension” Between Wonder Woman and Batman in Justice League and I Just Punched a Wall
Apparently, this is all Joss Whedon's fault.Read More
With the critical and commercial success of Wonder Woman and an upcoming Justice League on track to have a very large opening, this is the time for the DCEU redemption song to play.Read More
Wonder Woman and Harley Quinn are the most Googled Halloween costumes of 2017.Read More
A new Justice League poster is born and I have Many Thoughts.Read More
“You gave a teenager a weaponized super-suit. Am I the only one who thinks this is weird?” —Superman The folks over at How It Should Have Ended finally set their sites on this summer’s Spider-Man: Homecoming, a fun movie that I think we can agree also had its share of flaws. “After you guys submitted over 30 […]Read More
In examining the cinematic variant covers put out for DC's Justice League, I had some qualms with how Wonder Woman was depicted, arguing that we'd never see a male superhero assume such a pose.Read More
Justice League Variant Covers Show Us Wonder Woman and The Flash in Action, but Did They Have to Draw Diana Like That?
In November, DC Comics will begin publishing cinematic variant covers attached to existing titles, in the hopes that fans will want to collect 'em all. Now they've released two featuring battle-ready Diana Prince and Barry Allen. We have some compliments and some concerns.Read More
I have a hate-love relationship with Gotham, in that I hated it after the pilot, but as it has leaned into what makes it, pardon the pun, bat-shit, it's become a much more enjoyable show. However, there's one complaint about it that has dogged it since the very beginning. How do you have a Batman show without Batman? Well, they're doing Batman now. You happy?Read More
Oh, dear.Read More
Batfleck no more!
Well that was over quickly. For all the furor over the "Batfleck" in the first place, it seems that Ben Affleck isn't going to be in the role of the caped crusader much longer. That probably has those who were never thrilled with the idea in the first place feeling pretty relieved, but what does it mean for the future of Batman in the DCEU?Read More
We often joke about how much we'd like to watch the many, many movies we've seen imagined by fan trailers, but this is one that we're truly disappointed isn't a real thing. It's not that we'd like the entire Batman movie franchise to be overtaken by an "it's all in his head" premise, but just one, outside of any other movie canon, would make for a nice alternate universe "what if?" departure from the straightforward takes we usually get.Read More
Hey there, are you headed to San Diego Comic Con? Could you pick me up, erm, all of these?Read More
Yeah, so are we.
Batman & Robin, the almost completely unwatchable movie starring George Clooney as a nippled Batman and Arnold Schwarzenegger chewing the frozen scenery, is twenty years old this month. Director Joel Schumacher would like for you to know that he feels bad about it.Read More