There's a lot to like in this trailer.
It's Big with superpowers, and there's nothing wrong with that.Read More
Splish-splash, Aquaman is taking a bath in all that pre-sale money.
Ever heard about the battle between Marvel and DC Comics? For centuries, fans have fought back and forth about which one of the comics giants reigns supreme. As someone who likes both, I've never bee interested in the argument, but here we are, back in the thick of it with the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the DC Extended Universe.Read More
We see what you did there, DC.
The winter Arrowverse crossover event is already jam-packed with heroes, uniting the casts of Arrow, Supergirl and The Flash, while also introducing audiences to Ruby Rose's Batwoman and Bitsie Tulloch's Lois Lane.Read More
All of the YES.
Margot Robbie is assembling a team of badass women in front of and behind the camera for her Birds of Prey movie. We already know that Robbie, who is producing as well as reprising her role as Harley Quinn, is looking to cast actresses for the roles of Black Canary, Huntress, Cassandra Cain, and Renee Montoya.Read More
All hail Natasha Rothwell!
Natasha Rothwell is joining the cast of Wonder Woman 1984, giving us yet another reason to be excited for the upcoming sequel. Rothwell is best known as Kelli on Insecure, and has also appeared in Love, Simon. Her role in the movie is being kept under wraps.Read More
The DCEU remembers that kids like comic book movies too (shocker, I know).
The DCEU came to San Diego Comic Con armed with new trailers, but the one that really stands out is Warner Bros. and New Line's upcoming Shazam! movie. The reason is simple: DC has finally made a comic book movie for kids, starring kids.Read More
The Oscar-nominated actress is intent on making a movie for everyone.
Margot Robbie is not only a talented actress, she is also proving to be a smart and thoughtful producer. Since filming Suicide Squad, Robbie has been working tirelessly to bring the spin-off film Birds of Prey to life. She pushed hard to have Cathy Yan attached as a director, making her the first woman of color to direct a DCEU film.Read More
The buzz is strong, but will Aquaman be able to break DC out of its slump?
You're welcome, Warner Bros.
With the notable exception of Wonder Woman, Warner Bros. has yet to capitalize on the promise of a DC cinematic universe. Here are five ways to fix the flailing franchise, from the hive mind here at The Mary Sue Productions (not a real thing but ugh could you imagine?)Read More
Are you ready for Diana in all her '80s glory? The first pics from the Wonder Woman sequel have made their way online today, courtesy of director Patty Jenkins, followed by Wonder Woman herself, Gal Gadot, and we have some questions.Read More
Kate Kane is coming to the CW, y'all
Batwoman is finally coming making her live-action debut as part of an epic crossover event on the CW this winter. Arrow star Stephen Amell made the announcement at the CW upfronts in New York, saying "We’re incredibly excited to announce that we’ll be doing another crossover event this fall on the CW, and we’ll be introducing a new character. For the very first time appearing, we’ll be fighting alongside Batwoman, which is terrific."Read More
The series is part of the launch of the DC Universe streaming service
A live-action Swamp Thing series has been ordered for DC's new streaming service, DC Universe. Based on the characters created by Len Wein and Bernie Wrightson, the one-hour drama series follows CDC researcher Abby Arcane, who returns to her childhood home of Houma, Louisiana, in order to investigate a deadly swamp-borne virus.Read More
Cathy Yan ThisClose to Being DC’s Second Female/First Asian Female Director on Upcoming Harley Quinn Film
While their deal has yet to be signed, director Cathy Yan is Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment's top pick to helm their upcoming female ensemble film featuring Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn. This would make Yan the second female director DC has hired, after Patty Jenkins, and it would also make her the first Asian female director to take on a superhero film. It's an exciting day in movies!Read More
“It’s all about stories,” said Chyler Leigh at the final panel of ClexaCon on Sunday, April 8th. If there’s one phrase that can sum up the impact of the myriad queer women and characters that were celebrated at the three-day con in Las Vegas, that’s it.Read More
In this video essay, Willems examines the use of pop culture references in relation to the geopolitical implications of the DC universe.Read More
In one of the more exciting bits of news to come out last night, Ava DuVernay will be throwing her hat into the superhero movie ring as the director of the upcoming New Gods film from DC Entertainment!Read More
Marvel and DC movies tend to get compared a lot because, really, there's no other meaningful point of comparison for cinematic superhero movie universes of this scale. That leads to a lot of ire over perceived bias against DC movies, but for most superhero movie fans, there's nothing we'd like to see more than both of them succeed. That's why it was so disappointing when Justice League was just kind of ... there.Read More
DC Is Launching New Graphic Novel Imprints for YA and Young Readers, and One of the Titles is Superman Smashes the Klan
SUPERMAN. SMASHES. THE. KLAN.
DC Entertainment will launch two new graphic novel imprints this fall: DC Ink, aimed at young adults, and DC Zoom, aimed at middle-school readers. And the first three titles are all about female heroes!Read More
It's about time we got a Smallville origin story.
Are you tired of superhero sequels, origin stories, and reboots? Then buckle up for Syfy's new Krypton show, which somehow manages to be all three simultaneously.Read More
The CW has released the first trailer for Black Lightning, its fifth DC superhero series.Read More