Henry Cavill is not yet hanging up his cape as Superman/Clark Kent. The actor, who has played the superhero character since 2013, insists that he still got the role at Warner Bros. Studios and is not likely going to be replaced soon.
“Justice League” director Zach Snyder is back to making movies after going on hiatus. Beginning July, he’ll be working on a zombie thriller “Army of the Dead” for Netflix with “Guardians of the Galaxy” actor Dave Bautista.
“Wonder Woman 1984″ is only three and a half weeks into production, but that didn’t stop star Gal Gadot and director Patty Jenkins from bringing some footage to Comic-Con.
They have the unenviable task having to form an identity in the shadows of the films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which are usually good and rarely unwatchable, and the continued glow of Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy, which are seeming more and more like transcendent anomalies as we get deeper into this never-ending cycle of super humans crowding our multiplexes. DC got off to a rocky start and then Patty Jenkins went and made a very good “Wonder Woman.”
Peace never reigns in the pages of DC Comics. There’s always a world to be saving, a cataclysm to avert. The making of the DC superhero team-up film “Justice League” was hardly any more tranquil.
Could the 2018 Aquaman movie follow the animated Justice League: Thrown of Atlantis film?