Justice League

‘Mad Max’ Director George Miller Explains Why His ‘Justice League’ Movie Fell Apart

by Britt Hayes February 5, 2016 @ 7:25 PM
Like Tim Burton’s Superman movie, George Miller’s Justice League is one of the great “what ifs” of movies that almost happened. And like Burton’s film, there’s a documentary in the works that will explore Miller’s concept for the Justice League movie and just what happened to it. Until then, Miller himself has offered an explanation, but if you were looking for some juicy gossip you might be a little disappointed.

New ‘Justice League Action’ Returns Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill as Batman and Joker

by Kevin Fitzpatrick January 29, 2016 @ 2:45 PM
Cartoon Network
However many Batmen and Jokers the movies throw at us, many will always see (or hear) Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill’s take on comics’ most iconic arch-enemies as definitive. Batman: The Animated Series may be long gone, but both will return to their roles for a new Justice League Action animated series, airing on Cartoon Network.

Grant Gustin Denies Bashing Movie ‘Flash’ Ezra Miller Over Twitter

by Kevin Fitzpatrick January 21, 2016 @ 10:06 PM
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DC stars of The CW have often found themselves walking thin lines against the cinematic Justice League’s decision to reboot continuity with different actors, as Stephen Amell has defended multiple comments on taking Arrow to the big screen, or DC announcing Ezra Miller’s Flash within days of The CW premiere. Now, Grant Gustin himself is in the hot seat, defending accusations of decrying Miller’s Barry Allen.

‘Justice League’ Concept Art Gives Us a Better Look at Aquaman, Cyborg and The Flash

by Britt Hayes January 20, 2016 @ 5:40 PM
DC Films
In case you missed DC’s Dawn of the Justice League special on The CW last night, the company’s own Geoff Johns premiered some new concept art for Justice League and its characters while also re-confirming Green Lantern Corps. as another upcoming addition to the DCU. Warner Bros. released one piece of concept art featuring the JL lineup yesterday, but these new videos give us an even better look at designs for Aquaman, Cyborg and The Flash.

Amber Heard to Star in ‘Justice League’ and ‘Aquaman’ as Mera

by ScreenCrush Staff January 13, 2016 @ 11:50 AM
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Though Justice League is still over a year away, Warner Bros. is moving quickly on their big two-part superhero adventure. The studio is already casting the project and has signed Amber Heard to star as Mera, Queen of Atlantis and wife of Aquaman, in both Justice League movies and the solo Aquaman film.

‘Batman vs. Superman’ Director Zack Snyder Says ‘Justice League’ Will Explore Doomsday’s Mythology

by Britt Hayes January 12, 2016 @ 8:12 PM
Warner Bros.
The biggest thing — literally and figuratively — to come out of the most recent trailer for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was Doomsday, the classic mutant baddie who appears in a massive battle against Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman near the trailer’s end. Many fans were confused as to why Zack Snyder and Warner Bros. would reveal Doomsday so soon, but the director says he has a good reason for offering the character up this early in the marketing cycle and teases a bigger connection to the Justice League franchise.

CW Assembles ‘Justice League’ and ‘Legends’ TV Specials With New ‘Suicide Squad’ Trailer

by Kevin Fitzpatrick December 30, 2015 @ 1:54 PM
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There’s no arguing that DC Comics maintains a stronger foothold on TV than Marvel, but 2016 will be a huge year for the former’s cinematic exploits as well. To wit, The CW has arranged two new TV specials for January, the first to preview Arrow-Flash spinoff Legends of Tomorrow, followed by a look at Batman v. Superman’s Justice League future, as well as a brand-new Suicide Squad trailer!

‘Supergirl’ Just Revealed a Major ‘Justice League’ Hero in its Cast

by Kevin Fitzpatrick December 7, 2015 @ 8:21 PM
CBS’ Supergirl has had a cryptic relationship with other DC superheroes at best, but it seems a top-tier Justice League-r has been right under our noses all along. Find out who among the regular cast has been masquerading as a DC villain, only for tonight’s “Human For a Day” to reveal them as an out-of-this-world DC hero!

See Megan Gale as George Miller’s Wonder Woman That Never Was

by Charles Bramesco November 20, 2015 @ 11:07 AM
Before George Miller re-established his supremacy as action filmmaking’s most insatiably inventive madman with this spring’s Fury Road, he had planned a comeback of a different sort. In the late 2000s, Miller was slated to helm an unprecedentedly ambitious undertaking for DC, an adaptation of the Justice League comics that’d bring together all of the company’s most popular heroes for one grand adventure. He had secured a promising cast — Armie Hammer as Superman, Common as the Green Lantern, Adam Brody as the Flash — for the tentatively titled Justice League Mortal, but relocations in production and the 2008 actors’ strike effectively derailed production on this lost gem.