James Gunn and Peter Safran have laid out a gang of titles that are set to hit both movie theaters and TV beginning in 2025.
David Bautista explains the reasoning behind James Gunn's reluctance to have him play Bane in the new DC universe.
Black Adam might be one of the most polarizing superhero films ever.
Ezra Miller currently plays the superhero The Flash in the floundering DCEU and is out here doing his best impression of being a DC supervillain in real life.
Last week, Warner Bros. felt the wrath of the comic book and Latino community when they announced that their Batgirl films starring In The Heights star, Leslie Grace would not be seeing the light of day ever.
Needless to say that the DCEU has been all kinds of struggle following the promising release of Man of Steel back in 2013. But with new corporate leaders in charge, they might actually be able to turn things around in the coming…decade.
While Marvel continues to flourish with their cinematic universe and Disney+ series, DC is still struggling to find its footing with their feature film franchises (The Batman was pretty cool, though), but can The Blue Beetle help change that narrative?
Apparently the victim "refused treatment" for her injury. Best believe she'll be suing Miller for big Flash movie paper though.
While we're sad to see Aquaman and The Flash pushed back like this, we hope the movie studios use the time to add more surprises and guest cameos to each film.
As season one concludes, the premium streaming service says it will bring back the show for a second season, and fans on Twitter react.