Back in March, Aquaman finally made his cinematic debut cameoing in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and after returning for Justice League: Part One last next year, Jason Momoa will reprise the character in his own movie. Few details...Show More Summary
Following last month’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, a very different Dark Knight takes on a very different nemesis in this year’s other Batman movie, Batman: The Killing Joke. This one, as the title suggests, is an adaptation of Alan Moore and Brian Bolland‘s famous comic book storyline, and Warner Bros. Show More Summary
If there’s one thing we’ve learned from our years on the Internet, it’s that there’s no aspect of comics that can’t be broken down and quantified in a single definitive list, preferably in amounts of five or ten. And since there’s no...Show More Summary
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is one of the most polarizing films in recent memory. After waiting years to see both heroes on the silver screen, and following months of hype and footage, the reception for the actual film was less than ideal. Show More Summary
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was one of the most highly anticipated films of the year. Fans clamored for any bits of new footage that became available, and were thrilled to see the two heroes on the big screen together for the first time. Show More Summary
Grant Morrison delivered one of the best Superman stories ever with All-Star Superman. His long run on the Dark Knight infused Batman comics with more energy and heart than they’d seen in years. However, his take on Wonder Woman misses the mark. Read more...
When Ben Affleck took the stage at Comic-Con last year to promote Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, it was a mere matter of minutes before rumors began circulating that Warner Bros. was planning a new solo Batman film with Affleck set to star — and possibly direct. Show More Summary
Humans are inherently lovers of story, and as such, we're inherently fans of conflict between characters. Just look at the movie/TV slate on the comic book front. In one year, we have Batman taking on Superman in BATMAN v SUPERMAN, Daredevil...Show More Summary
In 2015, Jesse Eisenberg acted in his own, well-reviewed Off-Broadway play; starred across from Jason Segel in one of the year's best movies, The End of the Tour; and published his first book, Bream Gives Me Hiccups. With other artists you might expect a cooling-off, but that hasn't happened to... More »
Even after 27 years, actress Sean Young (Blade Runner, Wallstreet) has not given up on playing Catwoman. Originally cast in the role of Vicky Vale in Tim Burton's 1989 Batman, she was replaced by Kim Basinger after she broke her arm....Show More Summary
After fighting crime in Gotham City for 20 years, the DCEU's Batman has endured more pain and tragedy than most people have felt in a lifetime. One of the best examples of this in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is when Bruce Wayne...Show More Summary
One of the reasons that Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice had one of the biggest opening weekends in history is because it's a setup that fans have wanted to see for years. However, at the studio level, interest has not always been high. Show More Summary
About a year and a half has elapsed since Christopher Nolan's fabled Dark Knight trilogy reached its conclusion. Such was the success of Nolan's stewardship of the comic book legend, Warner Bros. was never likely to allow the caped crusader...Show More Summary
Warner Bros. The biggest lesson of Batman v Superman's massive opening weekend may be the simplest. Hint: It's the first word in the title. The one constant through all the years has been Batman. Our cinema has changed and evolved and transformed in ways great and terrible. Our theaters became multiplexes; our [...]
Despite a number of unfavorable reviews cementing its status as one of the year’s most critically disliked movies, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice killed it at the box office this weekend, pulling in $170. 1 million. Yay, Hollywood. Read more...
Did the world lose the last film critic who actually mattered when Roger Ebert passed away almost exactly three years ago in April 2013? I can recall reading Ebert's reviews ahead of movie debuts a number of times and basing my decision of whether or not to see a new movie in part on his assessment. Show More Summary
Warner Bros.' flag-planting franchise starter "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" was either the most anticipated movie of the year or one of the most dreaded. The idea of seeing DC Comics' "trinity" of characters — Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman — on the screen together is certainly a thing...
If you’re one of the DC Comics fans who ended up disappointed by Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, the good news is that there’s one more film you can look forward to later this year that will expand the cinematic universe and might lessen the blow. Show More Summary
MARCH 25, 2016 GENRE: MONSTER (really!), PSYCHOLOGICAL SOURCE: THEATRICAL (REGULAR SCREENING) I learned something interesting a couple years ago about the writing credits on a movie. If there's more than one screenwriter, they're listed...Show More Summary
Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice…one of the most hyped movies of the year. After many long decades of waiting, we the audience get to see the Dark Knight and the Man of Steel duke it out on the big screen. That’s not all though; we’re gonna be getting our first look at Wonder Woman […]