Gal Gadot continues to totally slay 2017 by topping IMDB’s list of Stars of the Year, the site announced Thursday. IMDB’s senior film editor Keith Simanton said Gadot’s number one spot isn’t a surprise–and that her trajectory look similar to Jennifer Lawrence’s.
Warner Bros. restructuring its DC films operation following the box-office disappointment of “Justice League,” beginning at the top.
“Justice League” had a lot of enemies: a looming corporate merger, a family tragedy, an internal clash between light and dark themes. Specifically, the weird, computer-generated look of his face — just one byproduct of the film’s rushed schedule. Here, according to insiders, is the story of how “Justice League” just ran out of time. Despite the assembled might of Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Cyborg, Aquaman, and The Flash, “Justice League” opened well below studio expectations, at $96 million. It’s easy to forget now, but the disappointment of “Justice League” began with success.
Actor Joe Manganiello dropped a juicy “Justice League” leftover this Thanksgiving weekend — a first-look image of himself as DC Comics villain Deathstroke. In a late Friday upload with no caption, Manganiello shared a still from the final post-credits scene of Zack Snyder’s superhero bonanza.
Warning: There are light spoilers for “Justice League” ahead. You may have missed it, but that burglar Batman (Ben Affleck) fights in the opening scene of “Justice League” was “Mindhunter” star Holt McCallany, and the actor said the scene was originally much more comedic than the version that ended up in theaters. “My scene with Batman was originally conceived as a comedic scene,” McCallany told Men’s Fitness in a recent interview.
Justice League's behind-the-scenes problems are well-documented now, but it's not the first superhero movie to have super-sized difficulties coming to screen.
Poor Justice League. Not only might it lose as much as $100 million at the box office, now people are openly laughing at it.
Sure, there's probably some friendly rivalry between the DC Comics superheroes and their compadres over at Marvel, but this is a bit much.
Following a pretty robust battering for 'Justice League' at the hands of the critics, it looks like its fortunes at the box office aren't looking too promising either.
The so-called DC Extended Universe of connected DC Comics movies continues on this week with “Justice League,” Warner Bros. big superhero teamup movie featuring the likes of Batman, Wonder Woman, the Flash, Aquaman and, yes, Superman. One of those ways, notably, is that “Justice League” is a departure from DC movie tradition in that it features both a mid-credits scene and a post-credits scene that teases the future of the DCEU. After the credits we get an actual tease for a future DCEU movie. We see that Lex Luthor (Jesse Eisenberg), who was referenced but never appeared in the main movie, has escaped from his imprisonment, leaving a decoy behind in his place who laughs hysterically when a guard discovers him.
“Justice League” sees the team-up of some of DC Comics’ greatest heroes, so it makes sense that they need a villain to match — along with a threat to destroy the world to get everyone’s attention. In “Justice League,” he’s after three objects known as the “Mother Boxes,” which have some insane power under their control. A lot of time is spent in the movie discussing the Mother Boxes, but if you’re not up on your DC Comics lore, you might find yourself scratching your head a bit.
Failing to read the current mood, Ben Affleck dropped in a gag about the sex scandal consuming Hollywood during a chat with MTV, and it was pretty frostily received.