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"Flash" executive producers discuss a potential guest spot for Booster Gold; rumblings of a Spider-Man and Avengers team-up have started and more.
Conceding "I have regrets about 'Daredevil,'" Ben Affleck assures that his upcoming turn as the Dark Knight won’t repeat the mistakes of his 2003 film.
"Gone Girl" and "Annabelle" raced for the top spot at the box office this weekend, with Fincher's latest expected to take the top spot.
David Fincher's latest is an "often uncomfortable, always tense and never boring film" based on the best-selling novel by Gillian Flynn.
The "Gone Girl" star opens up about the undeniable influence of "The Dark Knight Returns" on Zack Snyder's upcoming "Batman V Supeman."
The newest Caped Crusader addressed the controversy surrounding his involvement in "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice."
Ben Affleck explains that he shares a character trait with the Caped Crusader of director Zack Snyder’s "Batman V Superman."
Late Wednesday night, "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" Director Zack Snyder offered up the first official look at the Batmobile from the upcoming film.
Detailed photographs of "Batman V Superman's" Batmobile have surfaced online, giving a first look at the newest incarnation of the iconic vehicle.
As the ALS awareness-raising Ice Bucket Challenge continues to captivate social media, multiple comics industry pros have gotten involved.
The actor opens up about his casting in Zack Snyder's "Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice," and living up to fans' expectations.
Unofficial behind-the-scenes footage of "Batman V Superman" shows Bruce Wayne's new look as he rushes to save civilians.
The latest image from "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" features a portrait of Ben Affleck as the Dark Knight.
The cape and cowl to be donned by Ben Affleck in "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" is on display at DC Comics' Comic-Con booth.
Kevin Smith puts words in Adam West's mouth, argues for a Batman/Green Hornet animated feature and promises Ben Affleck will deliver as the Dark Knight.
Kevin Smith suggests that anyone who wants to see what the new Batman costume looks like should open Frank Miller's "The Dark Knight Returns."
Director Zack Snyder dropped two big reveals on Twitter -- the first look at Ben Affleck as the "Man of Steel" sequel's Batman, and the new Batmobile.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Warner Bros. confirmed a "Justice League" film will follow the "Man of Steel" sequel, featuring Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck and Gal Gadot.
Viewers will have to wait longer for the big-screen team-up of Superman and Batman, with the release date moved from July 2015 to May 2016.
With Callan Mulvey rumored as the frontrunner for the team-up's villain, we look at who could take on Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman.
The Oscar winner speaks out on his upcoming trip to Gotham City, while looking back in shame at his time in Hell’s Kitchen.
Warner Bros. is developing Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' "Sleeper" for film, with Ben Affleck and Matt Damon attached as producers.
At a "Man of Steel" event, Kevin Smith revealed he's seen Ben Affleck in the new Batman suit, and fans "have not seen this costume in film before."
"Girls" actor Adam Driver is reportedly up for the part of Nightwing in the "Man of Steel" sequel, though Warner Bros. has not commented.
Explaining why he accepted the role of the Dark Knight, Ben Affleck says, "part of the thrill and the risk is that initially it confounds expectations."
A Warner Bros. exec addressed rumors of Wonder Woman and other DC heroes in "Batman Vs. Superman," plus Ben Affleck's controversial casting.
The untitled "Man of Steel" sequel is set to film in Los Angeles this weekend, during halftime of an East Los Angeles College football game.
Justin Timberlake, Ben Affleck and Gemma Arterton deliver strong performances in "Runner Runner," director Brad Furman's tense crime thriller set in the world of online poker.
Ben Affleck appeared on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" to discuss how he became the next big screen Batman and why, despite warnings from Warner Bros., he wasn't fully prepared for Internet reactions to his casting.
According to Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara, the Batman played by Ben Affleck in the 2015 "Man of Steel" sequel will be "tired and weary and seasoned," and "perfect for the vision" of the film.
Oscar nominee Josh Brolin reveals at least one casting rumor was true: He was indeed considered to play Batman in Warner Bros.' "Man of Steel" sequel, a role that ultimately went to Ben Affleck.
Former big-screen Batman Michael Keaton has a positive opinion on Ben Affleck's casting; as does actor and pop superstar Justin Timberlake, Affleck's "Runner Runner" co-star.
The "Man of Steel" sequel pairing DC Comics' Batman and Superman has its first shooting location, as the Michigan Film Office announced the feature will film early next year in Detroit and throughout the state.
Matt Damon says he “doesn’t see” himself as Robin to Ben Affleck’s Batman while expressing his belief that his writing partner's turn as the Dark Knight "will be terrific."
As the news of Ben Affleck as the new Batman in Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel" sequel continues to spread, more details come to light as celebrities continue to sound off on the casting decision.
Ben Affleck's casting as DC Comics hero Batman has struck a serious chord with observers, with fans and industry professionals alike making their opinions clear on Twitter.
Soon after Ben Affleck was announced as the latest big-screen Batman, fan petitions surfaced on Change.org calling for Warner Bros. to reverse their casting decision.
CBR wants to know, what do you think of the news that Ben Affleck is returning to the world of big-screen superheroes as the Dark Knight in Warner Bros. upcoming "Batman/Superman" film?
Warner Bros. announced that Ben Affleck will play an "entirely new incarnation" of Batman in the still-untitled Batman/Superman film, and set a release date for July 17, 2015.
This week, Brian Cronin drills into a fresh movie legend: that director Michael Bay apologized for his commercially successful, if widely panned,1998 blockbuster "Armageddon."