Justice League

‘Justice League’ Star Henry Cavill Teases Black Superman Costume in New Photo

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by Britt Hayes August 15, 2016 @ 4:35 PM
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Look, in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a Goodyear tire! No, it’s the new Superman costume from Justice League. Seemingly confirming rumors that the Man of Steel will be wearing a black suit in Zack Snyder’s next superhero epic, Henry Cavill shared a new close-up shot of the Superman costume from the set of the upcoming film — and although you can’t see the entire thing, it is most certainly black.

Jason Momoa’s Aquaman Shreds in ‘Justice League’ Set Photo

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by Britt Hayes August 12, 2016 @ 1:13 PM
Warner Bros.
Just yesterday, Warner Bros. revealed a new heavy metal logo for Justice League, which — as I pointed out — looked like exactly the sort of thing that Jason Momoa’s Aquaman could get behind. Is Ben Affleck’s Batman recruiting a team of superheroes, or assembling a heavy metal supergroup? Thanks to this new set photo, we have an answer.

‘Justice League’ Gets a New Logo That Looks More Like the ‘Suicide Squad’ Logo

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by Britt Hayes August 11, 2016 @ 2:13 PM
Warner Bros.
In case you were confused about the tone of the DC movie universe, this new Justice League logo should make things perfectly clear: This isn’t your kid’s bright and shiny Marvel Cinematic Universe. Oh, no. This is a heavy metal comic book world where superheroes straight-up SHRED. Can you hear that? It’s the sound of a guitar wailing in the distance, heralding the arrival of heroes in need of a stiff drink and a bar fight.

Watch Matt Ryan Return to ‘Constantine’ With ‘Justice League Dark’

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick July 26, 2016 @ 4:36 PM
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Arrow showrunners made clear that Matt Ryan’s crossover return to the role of Constantine was a one-off for Season 4, but in lieu of seeing the actor’s take once again, we can at least hear it in the animated Justice League Dark. A new featurette goes behind-the-scenes of the long-awaited adaptation, including Ryan’s return as the chain-smoking demon-fighter.

‘Flash’ Star Grant Gustin Reacts to Ezra Miller’s ‘Justice League’ Costume

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick July 25, 2016 @ 9:41 AM
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The flurry of Comic-Con 2016 afforded us our first look at the big-screen Justice League all suited up, while a few doors down saw DC’s TV heroes similarly previewing their next appearances. TV Flash Grant Gustin even had a chance to check out his big-screen counterpart’s Flash-ier costume, noting that the CW version had more of a “street, vintage” feel.

The ‘Justice League’ Assembles in First Footage and Promo Photo From Comic-Con

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by Britt Hayes July 23, 2016 @ 2:43 PM
Warner Bros.
Warner Bros. kicked things off pretty strong during today’s Comic-Con panel in Hall H, debuting a fantastic new trailer for the Wonder Woman solo movie, followed by a special sneak peek at Zack Snyder’s Justice League. In addition to screening footage from the first installment in the two-part film series, WB premiered an official photo featuring the full superhero lineup, giving us a better idea of what these characters will look like when they’re finally united.

‘Justice League Action’ Powers Up With First Trailer, New Cast

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick July 22, 2016 @ 10:48 AM
Cartoon Network
DC fans are expecting some big things from both TV and movies at Comic-Con 2016, and seeing as The Killing Joke might be a little too dark, young animation fans have something to look forward to as well. See DC’s best and brightest with a first official trailer for Cartoon Network’s Justice League Action, along with new cast announcements!

New ‘Justice League’ Concept Art Brings Together the Big Six

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by Matt Singer June 28, 2016 @ 1:43 PM
When I was a kid reading Justice League comic books, the Justice League was kind of a weird group. By the mid-90s the group had splintered into different factions, with one team headquartered in America and another in Europe, and both teams were populated by B-list players like Maxima, The Ray, Black Condor, Blue Jay, and Blue Devil. Most of the classic Justice League heroes were off on their own adventures (or dead or injured). It was a huge deal when DC relaunched the book as JLA with just iconic DC characters: Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Aquaman, the Flash, and Martian Manhunter. This group was colloquially referred to as “The Big Seven.”