During a recent interview, Zack Snyder discussed the possibility of restoring the Snyderverse Since Snyder originally stepped away from the production of the Justice League film and the ill reception […]
During an interview, Tom Welling said he is willing to reprise his role as Superman once again, alongside “buddy” Robert Pattinson.
When “The Flash” returns for its eighth season, it will do so without two of its original cast members. Tom Cavanagh and Carlos Valdes are leaving the CW series after the current seventh season.
Finn Wittrock will headline HBO Max’s upcoming series DC series Green Lantern in the role of Guy Gardner.
Riverdale remains on pause a little longer and Stargirl finally gets a release date (August) in The CW’s summer release schedule.
‘Young Rock’ star Uli Latukefu is set to star opposite Dwayne Johnson in the upcoming DC film Black Adam.
Vincent Kartheiser has been cast in the role of Jonathan Crane, a.k.a Scarecrow, in the HBO Max DC series Titans Season 3.
DC FanDome will return this year, and Warner Bros. has announced that the second edition of the virtual event will take place on October 16th, 2021.
The Flash Started its shoot in London, and Michael Keaton’s Batman is officially returning to play a role in the film.
Matt Reeves has been working on developing the spinoff series for The Batman for HBO Max, focused on the Gotham City police department. It’s been said the series,
Dominic Purcell, who plays Legends of Tomorrow‘s career criminal Mick Rory/Heat Wave, announced Friday that he has “no interest” in continuing on as a series regular.
Pilou Asbæk, known for his role as Euron Greyjoy in Game of Thrones, has been cast in the anticipated sequel Aquaman 2.
Sources are reporting that Matt Reeves’ The Batman might take place in the DC Multiverse, specifically Earth-2.
Warner Bros. has announced that they are no longer moving forward on two big DC films that have been in development. They are director Ava DuVernay’s adaptation of New Gods and James Wan’s Aquaman spinoff film The Trench.
The Warner Bros. Animation team has been developing an adaptation of the classic DC Comics Batman story, Batman: The Long Halloween. The comic was created by Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale and this project will be a two-part film.