Whether or not a long-awaited Justice League film gets made depends on the success of Man of Steel. If Steel takes off at the box office, Justice League will go forward. It’s definitely been a very rocky road for Justice League, and the success of The Avengers helped pull it out of development hell.
With Man of Steel nearly here, there’s been a lot of press speculation about Justice League, which has been off again / on again at Warner Brothers.
Man of Steel is without a doubt one of the most anticipated movies of the summer.
With the massive success of The Avengers, which made about a quadrillion dollars, superhero teams are the hot thing right now.
One of the many great boons that Star Wars brought to the movie business is merchandising.
Some time ago, we discussed the possibility of a major superhero film eventually being awarded an R rating.
Reports are circulating about what the heroes in the Justice League may be like.
Warner Bros recently released the first full trailer for its upcoming animated super hero comedy.
With the enormous success of The Avengers, it seemed quite obvious that the nascent Justice League movie would be revived, and sure enough, Warner Brothers has managed to resurrect the lucrative franchise.
Reports recently hit the web that Ben Affleck was up to direct the big screen version of Justice League.
As we've seen with the success of The Avengers, a number of potentially lucrative superhero team films are currently in the works, like Justice League.
Superhero flicks are insanely popular today with films like The Avengers raking in over $1 billion globally and The Dark Knight Rises poised to shatter box office records - genre or otherwise.
With the success of The Avengers, it's really no big surprise that there are a number of superhero movies in the pipeline right now at the major studios.
Some time ago there was a Justice League movie in the works at Warner Brothers that George Miller (The Road Warrior, Happy Feet) was going to direct.
The New 52, DC’s - so far successful - attempt to build new audiences by restarting all of its super hero lines, is in its fifth month.
As you may recall, DC Comics underwent a remarkable reinvention last year by rebooting a number of comic lines - a move which prompted an impressive jump in digital sales.
Warner Premier has released its official trailer for Justice League: Doom, the next animated film for the DC superhero franchise.
Geoff Johns, the Creative Chief at DC Entertainment, spoke a bit about the Green Lantern franchise at New York Comic-Con this past weekend.
Even if you don't know jack about superheroes, you definitely know DC Comics, home of Batman and Superman.
David Steinberger answers some of our questions about the New 52, comiXology, and pricing policies.