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Without a doubt, James Cameron is one of the most influential voices in film today (perhaps even in history). Sure, the guy tends to make one film a decade, but when he does actually release a movie, they, without fail, go one to become cultural phenomenons. Terminator 2, Titanic, Avatar -- these are all movies that have defined generations, and they’re movies that continue on as staples of their respective genres.
Of course, creativity doesn’t happen by accident, and it doesn’t happen in a vacuum. Creativity feeds creativity, and like any creative person, James Cameron survives on a healthy diet of other people’s works. But on whose works is Cameron actually feeding? Speaking with Megat Danial, Cameron shared that very thing.
- Joseph Medina
This morning Zack Snyder posted on Twitter that we may not have long to wait for a Justice League trailer, in fact his exact writing was, "Trailer is all part of marketing and there is a set schedule for release it's coming soon so don't worry." Is this a good thing for the trailer to hit so soon before we have even watched Wonder Woman fail? -- Whoops, I mean "hit the theaters?"
Over at Marvel, we have 3 trailers going right now; Spider-Man: Homecoming, Logan, and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2, and this seems to work quite well for Marvel. However, with the Dceu I think the audiences are much more critical, and that Snyder may wan'to wait for movie reactions to Wonder Woman before he actually drops a trailer to a movie that is suppose to be the franchises huge piece of the new Geoff Johns era.
Justice League does have promise. »
- Drew Carlton
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If Empire’s March issue was reserved for Logan and Wolverine’s last hurrah, the outlet’s latest cover hails from the other end of the superhero spectrum. Replacing a haggard anti-hero with a graceful female warrior, a swan song with a bona fide origin story, Empire has now ushered Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman into the spotlight in time for its April issue – and it’s a doozy.
First spotted by Cbm, consider this an unofficial preview of Empire’s latest issue, given that it’s been uploaded by one subscriber who was fortunate enough to receive their copy ahead of schedule. The outlet is yet to release the official high-res version at the time of writing, but we’ll be sure to update this post if and when Empire lifts the lid on next month’s copy. »
- Michael Briers
While Justice League did have a presence at the San Diego Comic-Con last year in the form of a teaser/sizzle reel, we’re yet to get a full trailer for the DC blockbuster, which is set to open in November. However, director Zack Snyder has now revealed that the wait will not be much longer, with the information coming by way of Snyder’s Vero account (via Smtv’s Sean Murphy):
The Lord has spoken. The prophecy has been said. pic.twitter.com/1FS3iqrY62
— Seán Murphy (@ReelFada) February 19, 2017
Warner Bros. has Wonder Woman set to arrive this summer, so presumably the focus for the studio’s marketing team will be on the Amazon Princess’ solo outing for the time being. That said, it would be a surprise if we still haven’t had the trailer before Wonder Woman opens in July.
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- Robert Kojder
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While we impatiently await the arrival of the first full theatrical trailer for Justice League that director Zack Snyder alleges will arrive shortly, we’re taking in whatever bits of information we can. Not surprisingly, collectibles are giving us a pretty good idea of what to expect, as we were recently treated to some new looks at DC’s most iconic heroes via some awesome looking premium statues.
Thankfully, New York Toy Fair bore more generous fruit this weekend in the form of a new Batmobile toy that will be released in conjunction with the film. CNET was able to capture Batman’s slick ride from a variety of angles, leading us to believe that the Dark Knight will be upgrading its weapon capabilities.
As you can see, it retains that element of natural »
- Eric Joseph
The DC Extended Universe is in trouble. Wonder Woman is being called a “discombobulated mess,” The Flash is still without a director, The Batman is also without someone to helm and pretty soon, Warner Bros. may be looking for a new Caped Crusader. The last remaining bright spot, then, is Justice League. Zack Snyder’s film is hoping to turn things around for the studio and get their grand plan back on track. But will it be enough?
Right now, we’re honestly not sure. The whole cinematic universe is in such a state of disarray that it’s hard to believe that one single movie will turn the tide, no matter how good it may be. Either way, it’s far too early to tell as we really haven’t seen much of Justice League, but that could be about to change. A second trailer has been rumored to »
- Luke Channell
We still have nine months left until Justice League hits theaters on November 17, and it isn't clear when Warner Bros. pans on releasing the next batch of footage. Thankfully, cinematographer Fabian Wagner sent out a new photo of Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman form the movie, while revealing that his movie has a similar visual style to Batman v Superman, which was shot by Larry Fong. Here's what Fabian Wagner had to say in his Instagram caption.
"Last year I was fortunate enough to work with Zack Snyder on his new movie 'Justice League'. I had always been a fan of his work and of his long time cinematographer Larry Fong. I tried to put my own stamp onto it but Larry's dark and beautiful lighting was a huge source of inspiration. I had the best time working with all of those guys #justiceleague #zacksnyder #larryfong"
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I’ve been writing about film for a long time. To quote Nicki Minaj; I’ve been hot since flip phones. In another couple of years I’ll be at the point where I can describe the span of time I’ve spent reviewing and writing about movies as ‘decades’. When you’ve been doing anything that long, you notice recurring themes. Readers will call you out on being inconsistent with your opinions, personal bias, and will copy/paste your contradictions faster than you can say ‘President Donald Trump’.
As much time as columnists spend talking about films, it’s rare to actually talk about the thought process behind the work. If you’re any good, people will probably be able to gain insight into your perspective from your body of work. Though sometimes I feel the need to try to explain some differentiating factors when discussing a movie.
- Anghus Houvouras
The past few days have seen some very interesting reveals come our way courtesy of the New York Toy Fair, and now we have a detailed look at the Dark Knight's new Batmobile in Zack Snyder's Justice League. As you can see, it's not massively different from its predecessor, but a lot of significant changes have definitely been made to the overall design and weaponry. It also appears to be sporting a lot more in the way of armour and weaponry, something which makes a great deal of sense considering the fact that Batman will be fighting alongside the likes to Aquaman and The Flash against Steppenwolf and his powerful Parademons. Anyway, you can check out the full gallery of images over at CNET, but a selection are below. Starring Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Gal Gadot, Ezra Miller, Jason Momoa, Ray Fisher, Willem Dafoe, Jesse Eisenberg, Jeremy Irons, »
Recently I wrote a column about the inherent struggles that come with separating the art from the artist. Most of the time this isn’t a problem as even the most educated film fans probably don’t know the intimate personal details of the writers, directors, and producers behind the movies they watch. There are, of course, situations with prominent filmmakers that manage to allow the skeletons to escape from the closet and stumble from the shadows into the tabloids all too eager to share their scandals.
Last year saw Nate Parker and his film Birth of a Nation go from critical darling to the highest priced acquisition ever at the Sundance Film Festival to a ‘mortal lock’ for a Best Picture Nomination and then rocketing into a downward spiral towards oblivion only rivaled by a heroin junkie »
- Anghus Houvouras
Yahoo Movies has revealed DC Collectibles’ upcoming line of 12 inch statues for the upcoming DC blockbuster Justice League which are set to go on display this weekend at the New York Toy Fair and include Batman (Ben Affleck), Superman (Henry Cavill), Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), Cyborg (Ray Fisher), The Flash (Ezra Miller), and Aquaman (Jason Momoa). The statues are limited to 5000 pieces each and are priced at $150 each, with a release set to coincide with the film’s November opening; take a look below…
Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman’s selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists the help of his newfound ally, Diana Prince, to face an even greater enemy. Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly »
- Amie Cranswick
Who is Ben Affleck‘s favorite Batman according to Matt Damon? Which Stranger Things cast member paid a visit to the set of Avengers: Infinity War? Who is Batman fighting in a post-production glimpse at Justice League from Zack Snyder? How did Tom Holland react to the Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer? Is Patrick Stewart done with the […]
- Ethan Anderton
While we continue to wait for the new trailer, director Zack Snyder has teased an action sequence from November’s Justice League movie, sharing a photo from the post-production studio featuring Ben Affleck’s Batman going up against some heavily armoured – and heavily armed – mystery villains.
And here’s a closer look at the scene in question…
So, who do you think those bad guys are? Let us know in the comments below…
Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman’s selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists the help of his newfound ally, Diana Prince, to face an even greater enemy. Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly to find and recruit a team of metahumans to stand against this newly awakened threat. But despite the formation of this unprecedented league of heroes—Batman, »
- Gary Collinson
It is starting to feel like DC fans around the world are sort of tapping their watches and pointing at Warner Bros., wondering where the Justice League trailer is and when we can see it. A "sneak peek" was released over last summer at San Diego Comic-Con, which more or less served as the first trailer for the movie, but a lot has happened since then and fans want to see some Justice League footage. While it may not be footage, director Zack Snyder has shared a new photo online that not only gives an idea of where they are at in the process, but it also shows Ben Affleck's Batman in action.
The photo, which showed up on Reddit but is currently absent from any of Zack Snyder's social media accounts, gives a bit of a window into the post-production process for Justice League. It appears that »
Now that you’ve had a chance to cool off after seeing a behind the scenes shot of Batman busting a few heads courtesy of director Zack Snyder, you can brace yourself for a look at some of the first collectibles revealed to promote the upcoming Justice League movie.
If you happen to be lucky enough to attend New York Toy Fair this weekend, you’ll have the opportunity to see these in person, but the rest of us will just have to marvel at the photo gallery containing images of these 12-inch statues that capture the likenesses of some of DC’s most iconic heroes with incredible detail. Let it be known that each will retail for $150 and will be limited to a run of 5,000, so if you want the whole set, it’s going to cost you.
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- Eric Joseph
The Caped Crusader can be seen leaping into action in this all-new Bts photo for Justice League, but does this post signal that a new trailer is imminent?
That’s the question that has been hot on everyone’s lips for weeks, and with Warner Bros. gearing up to launch a new promo for Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur: Legend of the Sword – twice delayed, it’s on course to drop in May – the latest trailers for both Wonder Woman and Justice League can’t be too far behind it.
Until such a time when we have that new preview to peruse, this behind-the-scenes image is really the next best thing. Taken from the Justice League editing bay, according to the caption attached to the picture, Zack Snyder is currently overseeing the film’s color-grading process.
As for the action scene itself, the photo showcases Ben Affleck’s Caped Crusader »
- Michael Briers
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Batman is going to have his hands full in Justice League, at least if the latest tease from the editing bay is any indication.
Director Zack Snyder has shared a photo of Batman (Ben Affleck) in action, swooping in to take on multiple military-geared combatants. It's a little reminiscent of one of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice's most celebrated scenes, which saw the Dark Knight save Martha Kent (Diane Lane) during a warehouse brawl.
There hasn't been much action revealed as of yet from Justice League, which is still nine months away, but Snyder did share a stunts-heavy »
- Aaron Couch
We’re all curious what a Zack Snyder directed Justice League is going to look like. Aside from sheer star power, Snyder is regarded as one of the better comic book blockbuster directors. Although let’s just assume he never even made Batman Vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice. The 300 director snapped a photo of some editing work being done on the new Justice League movie and he was nice enough to share it with us. In a post made to his Vero account, Justice League director Zack Snyder shared an editing bay that appears to show Batman battling it out with
- Nat Berman
Justice League is now in post-production, and as we await that highly anticipated trailer, director Zack Snyder has teased us yet again with another image from the editing suite. This one provides a glimpse of a fight scene involving Batman (Ben Affleck) and some well-armed baddies that look like they could be some kind of Parademons - though they do appear significantly different to the ones that were introduced during the nightmare sequence in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice. The pic is captioned "Down at CO3 with Stefan," so Snyder is obviously overseeing the color-grading at Company 3, who specialize in sprucing up video footage. Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman’s selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists the help of his newfound ally, Diana Prince, to face an even greater enemy. Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly to find and recruit a team »
While it wasn't exactly a secret, we've finally received more confirmation that Henry Cavill's Superman will indeed make an appearance in Zack Snyder's Justice League this fall. Now, as for how big of an appearance, that's yet-to-be-seen. Yahoo! Movies have debuted six first look images at DC Collectibles' upcoming line of premium, screen-accurate 12-inch statues, which are based on the upcoming movie lineup. That lineup features Cavill as the Man of Steel, Ben Affleck as Batman, Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, Jason Momoa as Aquaman, Ezra Miller as The Flash, and Ray Fisher as Cyborg. The meticulously detailed statues offer amazing new looks at each individual costume and reveal that Superman will wear his red-and-blue suit at some point during the movie. It's also been heavily rumored that he'll possibly sport a black-and-silver costume as well, but since we're still a long ways away from November, it'll probably »
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