While the Warner Bros. DC film universe keeps moving along, many of us have been keeping an eye on Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn spinoff project. It turns out there's been a development on that end. The film, said to involve several of DC Comics' most famous female characters, hero and villain alike, now has a screenwriter.
When the star of your show is freely admitting the poor quality of last season, that's not a good sign. What's caused Arrow's Stephen Amell to express his disappointment publicly?
Oh wow, I didn't realize how much good a Star Wars trailer could do me but this international Rogue One trailer is apparently just what I needed.
Spider-Man: Homecoming, directed by Jon Watts, is Marvel's highly-anticipated take on the famous web slinger. We're still a ways off from release, but the actors are already being pressed for details. Zendaya is the most recent. She has a lot to say about her character but is still keeping tight-lipped on the most contentious aspect.
Now that Supergirl is on The CW, the creative folks making their superhero television shows have the opportunity to do their biggest crossover yet. The Flash, Arrow, Legends of Tomorrow, and Supergirl will all take part in the epic event and we've got a few new details on what to expect.
Star Wars: Episode VIII star John Boyega has posted about the start of filming on Pacific Rim: Maelstrom in Sydney, Australia.
Wonder Woman actor Gal Gadot has already weighed in on the famous character's bisexuality but that doesn't mean reporters are going to stop asking her about it. When asked directly for a name she could envision Wonder Woman having a relationship with she went with an actor who's already played two comic book roles.
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them director David Yates has decided to remove the suspense from Johnny Depp's casting and confirm who he's playing. The rumors were true; he's playing Gellert Grindelwald.