“Batman v Superman” writer to reunite with WB for “Justice League”; Gunn back for more Groot
Actor responds to the rumours on Instagram. Kinda.
A release date for “Justice League”, a ‘Flash’ and ‘Green Lantern’ movie, Shazam!
Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill and Gal Gadot rumored to be back as Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman, respectively
Featuring Megan Gale, Armie Hammer, Adam Brody, Teresa Palmer and more!
Will make her debut as the character in “Batman vs. Superman”
What’s the real deal with this “Justice League” rumor?
May shoot back-to-back with “Batman vs. Superman”
Expect to see a new guy behind the cowl when “Justice League” comes out
Would’ve played The Flash in George Miller’s version
The latest bits and pieces from the world of Superman and “Man of Steel”
Worked with DC on both the “Batman” and “Man of Steel” films
“Um, I don’t know, honestly. I worked on Batman for 10 years, so that’s a lot of Batman. I’m not sure… “
Reynolds is adamant that the former, should it ever happen, not be linked to “X-Men Origins : Wolverine”.
In addition to Bale, Henry Cavill, star of the upcoming “Man of Steel”, would reprise his role as Superman.
What Batman fans – and who isn’t one after those terrific Chris Nolan movies, hey?! – want to know is : When might we see Batman on the big screen again, then? Do we have to wait until “Justice League”?
I can picture Affleck as Batman. I’d be fine with him rescuing me from The Joker.
Beal’s script for the film has been “tossed out”. As a fan of the law-enforcer cum screenwriter’s work on “Gangster Squad” (loved some of those lines!), I’m surprised, not to mention a little saddened to hear it
Warner’s ambitious “Justice League of America” movie, currently at the charge of scribe Will Beale (“Gangster Squad”), will feature the Henry Cavill and Read more…
I’m under embargo so can’t discuss “Gangster Squad”, but I believe it’s alright to say I look forward in anticipation to whatever scribe Read more…
We know that the tight-wearing rebels of neighbourhood watch will be ganging up to fight a big-bad of some sort come 2015, but Read more…
Had Warners lost that big court case over the rights to ‘Superman’ this week, and not reached a new agreement with the estates of Joe Shuster and co-creator Jerry Siegel, they wouldn’t have been able to use ‘Superman’ in the “Justice League” film