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WB has shifted the release date for a 2020 film, a "Deadpool" featurette showing the making-of Colossus has surfaced and more.
Gal Gadot and Patty Jenkins reflect on "Wonder Woman"; Kevin Smith says he was dealt a "royal flush" on "Flash" and more.
Patty Jenkins says there is diversity on Themyscira; Zack Snyder reveals what was cut from "Batman v Superman" and more.
Chadwick Boseman talks about his Wakanda accent; Geoff Johns compares Patty Jenkins to "Superman" director Richard Donner and more.
We've got our first look at clips from 2017's "Wonder Woman" movie, starring Gal Gadot, Chris Pine and Robin Wright.
A new video from the London set of "Wonder Woman" shows Chris Pine and Gal Gadot filming a scene during the WWI portion of the film.
Scheduling conflicts will keep Kidman from taking part in the film, and Warner Bros. may look to the already-contracted Wright instead.
New leaked photos of Gal Gadot and Chris Pine confirm long-swirling rumors that at least part of the Warner Bros. film takes place during World War I.
The start of filming comes with a new look at Gal Gadot in character and confirmation on exactly whom Chris Pine will be playing in the movie.
Warner Bros.' "Wonder Woman" film could be adding an Oscar winner, as Nicole Kidman is in negotiations to join the film, according to a new report.
Warner Bros.' 2017 "Wonder Woman" film looks close to landing "Star Trek" star Chris Pine, as long-running supporting character Steve Trevor.
Joseph Illidge compares the problems with Warner Bros.' upcoming "Wonder Woman" film to Marvel's successful "Agent Carter" TV series.
Patty Jenkins, once on board to direct Marvel Studios' "Thor" sequel, has joined "Wonder Woman" following the departure of Michelle MacLaren.
"Game of Thrones" director Alan Taylor will helm "Thor 2," replacing the outgoing Patty Jenkins, who left the Marvel Studios big-budget sequel in early December.
"Thor" star Natalie Portman is reportedly upset with Marvel Studios over the dismissal of Patty Jenkins as director of the 2013 sequel to the blockbuster movie.
Less than two months after being hired to helm "Thor 2," Emmy-nominated director Patty Jenkins has left the Marvel sequel, reportedly over creative differences.
Marvel Studios confirmed this afternoon that "Monster" writer/director Patty Jenkins will helm "Thor 2," which is set to open on Nov. 15, 2013.
While Marvel was reportedly in talks with "Game of Thrones" director Brian Kirk, it now appears the studio is considering the "Monster" writer/director to helm its "Thor" sequel.