James Gunn Shares All of the Hilarious Fake Nathan Fillion Posters Cut From ‘Guardians Vol. 2’

by Emma Stefansky a few seconds ago
One of my favorite things is those fake “honest” photoshopped movie posters of all the nominees that some out when Oscar season rolls around. Last year Martin Scorsese’s Silence turned into Godfellas, Arrival became War of the Words, and Hell or High Water was retitled Buying a House is Hard. For Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, James Gunn thought he’d (as always) have some fun with Easter eggs, and made some fake movie posters of his own for Nathan Fillion’s Simon Williams cameo.

Marvel’s ‘Ant-Man’ Animated Shorts Announced for Disney XD in June

by Kevin Fitzpatrick 18 minutes ago
Marvel / Disney XD
Ant-Man might be the Marvel headliner with the shortest (heh) shrift; unceremoniously introduced at the end of Phase 2, and given a thankless return in Civil War. You might say he and The Wasp are busy gearing up for a sequel, but Disney XD has helpfully stepped in to bring new Ant-Man animated shorts to TV as early as next month.

‘DC Super Hero Girls’ Animated Series Hitting Cartoon Network in 2018

by Kevin Fitzpatrick 5 hours ago
Warner Bros. / DC
The heroes of Titans and Young Justice aren’t the only DC hitters getting an overhaul from Warner Bros.; the DC Super Hero Girls are headed to high school as well. Cartoon Network has commissioned a new 2018 series returning Wonder Woman, Supergirl and Batgirl from a series of online shorts.

Evangeline Lilly Shows Off Snazzy New ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ Costume on Twitter

by Charles Bramesco 7 hours ago
Even as Marvel continues to crank out massively scaled spectacles, they’re always keeping one eye on the future. Ant-Man sequel Ant-Man and the Wasp won’t shrink down and infiltrate theaters until July 6, 2018, but the wheels of pre-production have begun turning on the sequel audiences apparently asked for.

‘Supergirl’ Season 3 Villain Revealed, Plus ‘Wonder Woman’ Tease?

by Kevin Fitzpatrick 18 hours ago
The CW / DC Comics
Supergirl has become the second CW DC drama to close out its season, and packing quite a punch at that. Not only did we get a Superman vs. Supergirl showdown, but also a Reign-ing hint at Season 3’s big bad, a Wonder-ous mini-crossover, and perhaps even a Legion of Super-Heroes tease!

Zack Snyder Exits ‘Justice League’ Following Family Tragedy, Joss Whedon to Take Over

by Britt Hayes a day ago
With post-production well underway, Justice League is on schedule to hit theaters in November, but the DC superhero epic will have to enter the homestretch without Zack Snyder. The director is officially stepping away from the film to tend to a deeply personal family tragedy, as Snyder, along with wife and creative partner Deborah, cope with the sudden loss of their daughter.

‘Iron Fist’ Star Teases Costume Likely in Season 2 (If That Happens)

by Kevin Fitzpatrick a day ago
Marvel / Netflix
Marvel’s Netflix Iron Fist was beset by a number of challenges, not the least of which included the absence of Danny Rand’s classic costume. Star Finn Jones is optimistic we’ll see the look in Season 2, and even has a few ideas, should Iron Fist move forward with a second season.

‘Wonder Woman,’ Unlike ‘Suicide Squad,’ Won’t Have a Post-Credits Scene

by Emma Stefansky a day ago
Warner Bros.
Nowadays, watching a superhero movie without a post-credits scene or two feels almost incomplete. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 gave us an unprecedented four mid-credits scenes, and a few MCU movies before that had had at least two. But the DCEU is different, with both Man of Steel and Batman v. Superman eschewing the post-credits scene rule in favor of letting the movie end at the credits and allowing audience members to go the heck home. However, Suicide Squad did have one — which featured Amanda Waller handing over her files to Bruce Wayne. No doubt that was meant to connect Suicide Squad to the Justice League, but does that mean the upcoming Wonder Woman will also have a scene after the credits have rolled?

Gal Gadot Hoists a Tank Like It’s Nothing in Latest ‘Wonder Woman’ Poster

by Charles Bramesco a day ago
Warner Bros.
Those fans curious about when they’d see a new Wonder Woman poster need no longer wonder. [douses self in gasoline, flings immolating body off of steep cliff into shark-infested waters] Now that the customary pun penance — punance, if you will — is all over and through with, we can present the new one-sheet for Warner Bros.’ upcoming big screen outing for Diana Prince without any further ado. And it just might be the most handsome poster yet, a swirl of warm primary colors with the focus on a radical juxtaposition.

The ‘Wonder Woman’ Screenwriter Says His Story Is a Superhero Twist on ‘The Little Mermaid’

by Matthew Monagle 2 days ago
Warner Bros.
It’s funny how things tend to come in pairs. Just a few minutes after watching Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt star Titus Burgess perform a song from Disney’s Broadway adaptation of The Little Mermaid as part of this weekend’s Vulture Festival, I happened to read an interview with the Wonder Woman screenwriter who explains how his film was influenced by the Hans Christian Andersen classic. At this rate, I’ll be in the bathtub and humming along to “Under the Sea” by the time the sun goes down.