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Producer Charles Roven says not to expect Warner Bros. to veer into R-rated territory with its announced slate of DC films.
Jeffrey Dean Morgan calls Negan different from his other roles; an unconfirmed synopsis pegs "Justice League's" possible villain and more.
According to the latest report, "Mad Max: Fury Road's" Abbey Lee and "Supernatural's" Alona Tal are being eyed for the role of Black Canary.
Executive producer Charles Roven revealed when and where DC Cinematic Universe installments "Wonder Woman" and "Justice League" will film.
The latest rumor claims this female character will debut in the first "Justice League" film, but it isn't clear if she'll join the team.
Josh Brolin recounts his first encounter with a Thanos superfan; Elizabeth Olsen discusses her Marvel shooting schedule and more.
Josh Boone posts a picture of the physical "New Mutants" script; Tom Holland stays in Spider-Man shape while on holiday and more.
"Batman v Superman's" production designer talks up Batmobile's "rough" edges; Neal McDonough's villain appears in a post from Paul Blackthorne and more.
"Batman v Superman" director Zack Snyder discusses the interconnectivity of DC's emerging film universe.
The rat Jared Leto gave Margot Robbie now lives with a famous director; Channing Tatum says he's bulking down for "Gambit" and more.
Will two or three GLs have a role in Warner Bros.' DC movie-verse, with Pine as Hal Jordan rather than "Wonder Woman's" Steve Trevor?
The lights are on in the writers' rooms for CW's superhero shows; a row of actor chairs hints at an X-Men lineup and more.
Once he's established the "Shazam" character's villainous side, all sorts of DC Universe film crossovers are on the table.
Jason Momoa will star as Aquaman in three feature films in addition to the Justice Leaguer's 2018 solo film.
Ryan Gosling and Margot Robbie round out WB's rumored "Suicide" quartet; New Mexico "Batman V Superman" desert set revealed and more.
Warner Bros. announcement of 10 DC Comics films has shed new light on the status of the DC movie universe, and confirmed more than a few casting choices.
WB' DC Comics official film slate includes two rounds of "Justice League," "Wonder Woman," "The Flash," "Suicide Squad" and a new "Green Lantern."
With "Justice League" shaping up, one source claims the famed Superman villain will appear as a "Suicide Squad" cast comes together.
Warner Bros. is reportedly courting Oscar winner Chris Terrio to follow up scripting "Batman V Superman" with "Justice League."
Another rumor that the "Conan" actor has signed on to the DC movie surfaces, along with potential plot details from the film.
A purported schedule for Warner Bros' slate of DC Comics-based films has surfaced, indicating a full schedule of seven films through 2018.
With a "Justice League" movie directed by "Man of Steel's" Zack Snyder officially happening, CBR explores who might join Superman, Batman & Wonder Woman.
Warner Bros. has confirmed Zack Snyder's "Justice League" movie; new "Guardians of the Galaxy" photo highlights Karen Gillan as Nebula & more.
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.
The god of mischief comes to Asgard by way of ... Sin City? Pondering Asgardian casting while George Miller holds out for "Justice," looking for usual mechanical suspects and much more.
Green Lantern and George Miller speak while there's all kinds of news from Gotham City, from pizza parlors to political campaigns and the Joker amok, plus Nic Cage is back and more.
The doctor is in, a would-be speedster talks fast, an international beauty grabs a girlfriend role, Jon Favreau's waiting by the phone, Dragonball pics and much more.
A new gamma-powered poster, a little Themiscira comes to Canada, Spielberg loves manga plus "Iron Man," "Smallville," "Speed Racer," "The Spirit," big rumors and more!