DC Comics Reveals Full "Rebirth" Cast of Characters
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Charles Roven -- who's worked on DC films since "Batman Begins" -- will no longer serve as producer on WB's comic book adaptations.
Producer Charles Roven also revealed that Warner Bros. is "in the process of looking" at a Superman solo film, though it isn't on the schedule yet.
In addition to calling "Justice League" lighter than "Batman v Superman," producer Deborah Snyder described Flash as "a little bit more comedic."
Roven reassures audiences that the movie will still have "the edge that it needs" without an R.
"Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" producer Charles Roven also weighed in on how and why Batman has "become the jury and executioner."
Producer Charles Roven says not to expect Warner Bros. to veer into R-rated territory with its announced slate of DC films.
Executive producer Charles Roven revealed when and where DC Cinematic Universe installments "Wonder Woman" and "Justice League" will film.
Enchantress or Hela could appear in the Asgardian's next film; Christian Bale confirms that Ben Affleck is Batman and more.
Adam McKay says he's talked to Paul Rudd about the "Ant-Man" sequel; Gina Carano reveals how she fought the CG mutant and more.
Charles Roven revealed more "Batman v Superman" footage is on the way and discussed how the characters are both aspirational and inspirational.
DC's heroes will evolve across films, says producer Charles Roven; Dave Bautista shares what he knows about "GOTG Vol. 2" and more.
"Suicide Squad" director David Ayer compared his film to other comic book adaptations and cited his story about struggle and isolation as key.
Spray painted roses, nails, gospel music and shamans all played a role in creating Leto's rule-breaking Joker.
"Batman v Superman" director Zack Snyder discusses the interconnectivity of DC's emerging film universe.
Producer Charles Roven revealed that the character's big screen debut will honor the New 52 retcon over the classic "molded from clay" origin.
The cast and crew of Warner Bros. upcoming film "Man of Steel" discuss taking on the iconic DC Comics characters, the idea of Superman as an outsider and where actor Michael Shannon finds evil.