"Joker" director Todd Phillips isn't optimistic when it comes to a future meeting between Joaquin Phoenix's Joker and Robert Pattinson's recently announced Batman "No, definitely not," he told Variety when asked if the pair would appear in a future film together. Although that doesn't mean "Joker" will be the last film to feature the DC […]
HBO has set the premiere date for Damon Lindelof’s highly-anticipated adaptation of “Watchmen.”The series will premiere on Sunday, Oct. 20 at 9 p.m. A week later, “Silicon Valley” will return for its sixth and final season, which will air at 10 p.m.The series is based on Alan Moore’s acclaimed 1980s set graphic novel series. The logline from HBO is as follows: Set in an alternate history where masked vigilantes are treated as outlaws, “Watchmen” embraces the nostalgia of the original groundbreaking graphic novel of the same name, while attempting to break new ground of its own.Also Read: 'Watchmen': Damon Lindelof Expects a Divided Reaction to His Take on Acclaimed ComicNicole Kassell directed the pilot, based from a script written by Lindelof.Not much is known about HBO’s take on the famed comic series, except that it will not be a straight retelling of the 12-issue graphic novel series, but rather something new that takes place roughly 30 years later. “It’s canon,” Lindelof said of the events of the novel, during the Television Critics Association press tour in July. “Everything that happened in those 12 issues could not be messed with. We were married to it. There’s no rebooting happening.”“Watchmen” stars Jeremy Irons, Regina King, Jean Smart, Don Johnson, Tim Blake Nelson, Louis Gossett Jr., Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Adelaide Clemens, Andrew Howard, Tom Mison, Frances Fisher, Jacob Ming-Trent, Sara Vickers, Dylan Schombing, Lily Rose Smith and Adelynn Spoon.“Watchmen” is produced for HBO by White Rabbit in association with Warner Bros. Television, based on characters from DC.Read original story Damon Lindelof’s ‘Watchmen’ Adaptation Gets Premiere Date From HBO At TheWrap
Director Joel Schumacher has weighed in on what he sees as the veiled homophobic criticism of his Batman movies.
Actor, comedian and podcaster don Marc Maron has doubled down on his assessment of the more militant end of comic book movie fandom.
There will be no more Krypton on Syfy. The network has opted not to renew the Superman origin drama series, and the recent Season 2 finale August 14 was a series finale on the NBCUniversal cable network. With the mothership series getting canceled, Syfy also won't be proceeding with the previously announced Lobo spinoff, which […]
'Joker' writer-director Todd Phillips recalls the time Robert De Niro came in 'ready to rock' despite being sent a pipe bomb on the first day of filming.
Warner Bros. is in talks with "It" director Andy Muschietti to helm its long-gestating "The Flash" standalone movie, a source close to the project has told Variety. No offer has been made yet, but if the deal goes through Muschietti will also produce the movie with his partner and sister Barbara Muschietti and Michael Disco. […]
A cut of the DCEU movie of Justice League by Zack Snyder appears to be more complete than was first thought, according to the movie's storyboard artist.
"Jungle Cruise" director Jaume Collet-Serra and Dwayne Johnson are reuniting for Johnson's first foray into the comic-book world. Sources tell Variety that Collet-Serra is in negotiations to direct Johnson in the New Line film "Black Adam," based on the DC Comics character. According to insiders, the film is a priority for the studio following the […]
DC Comics is demanding that a comic featuring US representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez as Wonder Woman be recalled or destroyed.
Finally. It's only taken five seasons, but Gotham has finally unveiled the Joker, just two episodes before the series is to end.
the Joker has made several memorable screen appearances thanks to Heath Ledger and Jack Nicholson, they’re not the only ones to bring the Clown Prince of Crime to our screens.