Javicia Leslie has been cast in the lead role for the second season of The CW’s superhero show Batwoman, replacing original star Ruby Rose, who quit the role earlier this year. Leslie will not play Kate Kane — the character Rose portrayed — and will instead be new character Ryan Wilder. Leslie said: “I am extremely proud to be the first Black actress to play the iconic role of Batwoman on television, and as a bisexual woman, I am honoured to join this groundbreaking show which has been such a trailblazer for the LGBTQ+ community.”
Pete Davidson is heading from 'The King of Staten Island' to the murkiest corner of the DC superhero world with 'The Suicide Squad'.
David Ayer has continued to lend his support to fans campaigning to see his preferred cut of 'Suicide Squad'.
Chris Hemsworth is set to return for his eighth appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 'Thor: Love and Thunder'.
Dane DeHaan took up the Green Goblin mantle 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2', and he's sure there was more to come.
The 'Hellboy' star believes the affection for Guillermo del Toro's movies scuppered the R-rated reboot.
Patty Jenkins is one of the success stories of the DC Extended Universe, but she almost helmed an early MCU sequel.
Amy Adams won't be returning to the DCEU any time soon, but she'll answer the call if they want her back.
James Gunn is keen to avoid CGI as much as possible in his fresh take on DC's team of anti-heroes.
With Keanu Reeves in the midst of a career renaissance, it's worth taking a look at his take on the 'Hellblazer' demon hunter in 'Constantine'.
The new, female-led DC superhero team-up is receiving rapturous responses from film critics.
Since Mad Men star Jared Harris turned up in the first trailer for new Spider-Man adjecent movie Morbius, the rumour mill has been working day and night.
The Oscar-nominated costume designer and make-up designer behind 'Joker' lift the lid on creating Joaquin Phoenix's Clown Prince of Crime.
Despite the protestations of Martin Scorsese, Francis Ford Coppola, Ken Loach and — bizarrely — Jennifer Aniston, comic book movies have remained dominant in blockbuster cinema throughout 2019.Whether it’s the enormous ambition of the Marvel Cinematic Universe or some interesting new additions from their rivals over at DC Comics, audiences have had plenty to get their teeth into when it comes to super-powered men and women in spandex.So here’s our ranking of the comic book movies released into UK cinemas in 2019.Read more:Most incredible actor transformations of 2019Ranking the comic book movies of 2018Most exciting movies coming in 2020
The will-they-won't-they saga of the 'Joker' sequel continues, with director Todd Phillips clarifying this week's rumours of a follow-up.
Fans have theorised that Arthur Fleck might simply be the inspiration for the Joker in previous Batman stories.
Robert Pattinson is knee-deep in comic book history ahead of taking on the lead role in 'The Batman'.