Warner Bros. is "bat" at it again. After a few months of uncertainty, it's just hired Christina Hodson to write a brand new script for a Batgirl movie.
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Say what you will about Zachary Levi and his starring role in Warner Bros.' upcoming Shazam! solo movie, but you have to respect the man's unflinching pride in that (questionable) suit that the studio is taking its sweet time in letting everyone get a proper look at. You also have to respect his very considerate response to one "hater" recently.
A lot of bad edits, behind-the-scenes antics, and other questionable decisions turned DC's Suicide Squad from a cool antihero saga into a weird, confusing mess. Jared Leto's Joker took the biggest hit - making the much-hyped "method" character a glorified cameo. Now, director David Ayer is shining another light on the villain-that-could-have-been, revealing how the Joker's schemes originally included an alliance with Enchantress herself.
In the wake of the news that Joss Whedon is no longer attached to Warner Bros.' upcoming Batgirl movie, the burning question now is just who will write and direct? Here's a novel idea - give the project to a woman.
Mixed reactions to Justice League aside, Warner Bros. is going to keep on making movies based on DC Comics' vast stable of superhero characters. Of course, that's not going to change. According to a new Variety article, what will change are the people in charge of those films and the people performing in them.
There's no doubt Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn was the standout character in Suicide Squad. It's why, since then, we've heard the character will not only be in Suicide Squad 2, but possibly a Gotham City Sirens movie as well as a Harley and Joker movie. But the actress is reportedly working on a fourth Harley movie that has nothing to do with any of those.
Last week, a Change.org petition asking for the release of Zack Snyder's director's cut of Justice League made headlines. But, it turns out, even if Warner Bros. wanted to put out another version of the film, it's unlikely that Snyder even finished a director's cut in the first place.
When I first saw the end credits scene of Justice League, it was incredibly exciting. The scene sets up some intriguing possibilities for the future of the DC universe and does so with several surprises. However, the more and more I've thought about it over the past few days, the more and more it's been bugging me.
Zack Snyder's Justice League is both the best and worst of everything we've seen from the Warner Bros. DC Extended Universe movies. There are plenty of things to like, and about an equal number to dislike. But ultimately, its good things bumped up against the bad enough to leave me with hope and excitement for what's to come.
Ever since Warner Bros. stepped up to challenge Disney/Marvel for cinematic universe supremacy, there have been ways the DCEU has tried to set itself apart. Mostly, that had involved having a lot more neck breaking and "Martha!" shouting, but it also had to do with the lack of post-credits scenes. Well, looks like Justice League isn't treading that high road any more, at least according to star Jason Momoa.