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Jeremy Irons Thinks ‘The Batman’ Could Start Filming Next Summer

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by Emma Stefansky October 28, 2016 @ 6:58 PM
Warner Bros.
We don’t know much about Ben Affleck’s solo Batman movie, save for its blessedly punctuation-free title and the fact that Affleck and Deathstroke will be in it, and with all the work being done on Wonder Woman and Justice League, The Batman is probably pretty far on the back burner right now. But plans are still being set in motion, and our latest Alfred, Jeremy Irons, says that the movie will start production as soon as next summer.

‘The LEGO Batman Movie’ Reveals a Ridiculous Amount of Bat-Vehicles in New Photo

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by Britt Hayes October 25, 2016 @ 11:56 AM
Warner Bros.
One of the great things about The LEGO Movie is that the characters are so interesting that almost all of them could potentially warrant their own spinoff. That’s especially true in the case of Will Arnett’s Batman, who not only has decades of comic-book, film and television history to work with, but an entire sandbox of merchandise to go along with all of it — including an insane number of vehicles. You can see some of them in a new image from The LEGO Batman Movie, but we have to imagine that this photo barely scratches the surface.

Joe Manganiello Reveals When Ben Affleck’s ‘Batman’ Will Begin Production

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by Erin Whitney October 17, 2016 @ 4:43 PM
Tim P. Whitby, Getty Images / DC Comics
The future of the DC Cinematic Universe is filled with lots of mystery. We don’t know what that second Justice League film we be called, nor do we have many details on Aquaman and Shazam. But we might finally have an idea as to when Ben Affleck’s solo Batman movie will hit theaters.

Ben Affleck on the ‘Batman v Superman’ Reaction: ‘It Was Interesting’

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by Matt Singer October 4, 2016 @ 8:25 AM
Warner Bros.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was a tale of two heroes and a tale of two outcomes. The film made $873 million worldwide. But it was also a deeply polarizing film, satisfying many hardcore DC fans but putting off others with its dark tone and heroes that I would characterize as, how should I put this, kinda dumb. It will lead directly into the Wonder Woman and Justice League movies, along with an entire DC Extended Universe, but the film was so dark and dour, that it made a lot of viewers less excited than nervous about all the stuff to come.

‘Supergirl’ Boss Talks Down Gotham City Reference in Season 2

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick October 3, 2016 @ 7:07 PM
The CW / Warner Bros.
Supergirl already leaped one tall building to bring a new Superman into live-action, but is it open season on DC’s biggest heroes? A surprise Gotham reference from the Season 2 trailer certainly opens the door, but executive producers may not be ready to introduce any Bat-characters just yet.

‘Supergirl’ Namedrops Gotham City in Extended Season 2 Trailer

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick September 26, 2016 @ 7:36 PM
The CW
Earlier today afforded our first look at Supergirl and Superman in action with a new Season 2 premiere clip, but we were missing the full picture. No longer, as you can learn how Superman smells, get an earful of Gotham City, and check out Lena Luthor in the new full Season 2 trailer!

‘Gotham’ EP Says Aged-Up Poison Ivy Will Still Have Seduction Powers

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick September 20, 2016 @ 11:57 AM
FOX
Even for Gotham, the decision to rapidly age its young proto-Poison Ivy into a mature villain raised more than a few eyebrows. Now that Season 3 has premiered, however, kicking off the transition from teenage actor Claire Foley to the adult Maggie Geha, producers have swung back to the awkward explanation that “everyone was much more comfortable” with an age-appropriate star using Ivy’s comic seduction.

‘Gotham’ Walks Back ‘Superheroes Don’t Work on TV’ Comment

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick September 19, 2016 @ 4:36 PM
FOX
Not that Gotham has ever stood as a pillar of comic adaptations, but executive producer Bruno Heller made some surprising comments in recent weeks, to suggest “I don’t think superheroes work very well on TV” overall. Now, producers attempt to clarify the remarks, saying “some things are better executed in film and some things are better executed in TV.”