In 1989, Billy Dee Williams played the role of Harvey Dent in Tim Burton’s Batman, with the intention of eventually portraying the villain Two-Face. Dent was set to return for 1992’s Batman Returns, but the character was replaced by Max Schreck in the film, and when Dent’s alter-ego finally appeared in 1995’s Batman Forever, he was… Read more »
Here’s how DC Comics solicited Batman #14 and #15 for January. BATMAN #14 Written by TOM KING Art and cover by STEPHANIE HANS Variant cover by TIM SALE Retailers: This issue will ship with two covers. Please see the order form for details. “I AM SUICIDE” epilogue! Back in Gotham City, Batman and Catwoman confront… Read more »
Last week we saw CADMUS get some blood from Supergirl and then Cyborg Superman went to the Fortress of Solitude to ask about the Medusa Project. Turns out, Medusa is a virus that targets alien DNA only… something CADMUS would want very much. In the video below, executive producer Ali Adler talks about the virus,… Read more »
The CW and Archie Comics have released a teaser trailer for their new series Riverdale that will be kicking off on January 26th. Riverdale is written by Archie Comics Chief Creative Officer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and produced by Warner Brothers Studios and Berlanti Productions and has been described as a subversive take on the classic Archie mythos…. Read more »
The Smurf movies thus far have been weird things. The live action blend has done very well in terms of Box Office, but it seemingly never sat well with original fans or critics. However, The Smurfs: The Lost Village could finally give those people what they want. This time, the Smurfs will be going entirely… Read more »
Disney / Pixar today dropped the first official teaser trailer for next Summer’s release of Cars 3, and it’s definitely got a different vibe of any other Cars trailer that we’ve seen in the past. The guess would be that it’s just setting up the basic idea of what might happen in the story, but then the actual film will handle it along the lines of the light-hearted fare we’re used to in the series. For NASCAR fans, seeing the image of Lightning McQueen in an uncontrolled crashing roll would probably have the same impact as the opening sequence in Up! (emotions and tears). While Pixar has long been good at playing with the heartstrings, we’re not sure if they’re up to a film with this level of grit.