Recently, in an interview, Jason Momoa spoke up about being the cast of the live-action Frosty the Snowman, which is a project of Warner Bros. Pictures.He stated that the announcement of his involvement in the film is their way to distract from the allegations of Ray Fisher that he was mistreated on the set of Justice League.Joseph Jason Namakaeha Momoa is an American actor.Momoa started his career as a model at 19-years-old.Jason co-wrote and directed Road to Paloma in 2014, which is an American drama thriller movie along with Robert Homer Mollohan and Jonathan Hirschbein.He also played Muhammad Ali in the play Fetch Clay, Make Man in 2017.
Popular HBO show ‘Doom Patrol’ has been renewed for the next season, and the 3rd installment will air on HBO Max.DC superhero adventure series ‘Doom Patrol’ starring Diane Guerrero and Matt Bomer isn’t done yet and will return for its third iteration not later than next year, i.e., in 2021.Jeremy Carver, who has executive produced the preceding two seasons, enthused on behalf of the entire production team about returning for the third time and expressed gratitude to all the production houses and streaming giant HBO for this opportunity to relay the next part of the story.Source:-https://3morton.com/season-3-of-doom-patrol-gets-confirmed/The live-action drama, originally planned exclusively for DC universe, was streamed on DC’s online platform in February of last year.The second season was developed and streamed for the subscribers of both DC Universe and HBO Max.The second season was simultaneously premiered on both the platforms on June the 25th, 2020.Sarah Aubrey, head of the original content on HBO Max, was all praise for the DC series as she said that it came as a series that already had its fans, and then it expanded itself as one of the most-watched originals at HBO Max.Aubrey also remarked in her statement that the series perfectly fits into the standards that streaming giants have created for their portfolio and expressed her pleasure in teaming up with DC Universe to continue the unique story of DC superheroes that has a special place in the hearts of fans and critics.The ensemble cast of eccentric superhero series contains some stellar names of television superstars that include Brendan Fraser of The Mummy fame, who plays the character, Cliff Steele, Matt Bomer ( also known for the roles in The Sinner, and Broadway show The Boys in the Band) who plays the role of Negative Man, Diane Guerrero as Crazy Jane, April Bowlby as Elasti-Woman, and Joivan Wade who plays the character Cyborg (a character which was also seen in the mainstream cinema Justice League).The second installment saw the strange group save the world while also facing the feelings of betrayal (courtesy of Timothy Dalton’s Niles Caulder, also known as the Chief, character).The major part of the series explored the character Dorothy Spinner (played by Abigail Shapiro), her superpowers, and her inner demons.The production work of Doom Patrol is spearheaded by Berlanti Productions, which is partnered with mighty Warner Bros. Television.
This list includes films that not only have a good story, staggering box office numbers, and mystifying visual effects but also a strong international appeal, even a global cult following, and most importantly, a strong villain.Captain Marvel2019 was a big year for Marvel.Not only were they able to garner over $3 billion at the box office, but they also introduced their first female superhero-Captain Marvel.The Brie Larson starrer was a film that preceded the Avengers: Endgame and sort of had a similar job that Black Panther had for Avengers Infinity War.No question about Larson’s acting prowess but there are very few who consider the film better than Wonder Woman.Even Marvel fans weren’t too excited about Larson, someone like Emily Blunt would have certainly made them appreciate the film more.The film was reasonably successful because of the visual spectacle, Henry Cavill’s persona, and Hans Zimmer’s deeply engaging soundtrack.However, lackluster villains, no proper planning, and abysmal editing in film’s sequels led to the eventual downfall of DCEU.DC is in the rebuilding phase after the shocker of the Justice League and is looking forward to bringing the franchise back on track.Thor: The Dark WorldThe second film in the Thor franchise was the final film that Natalie Portman did with MCU before she parted ways citing creative differences.However, DCEU has been in the rebuilding phase, and with recent films like Shazam and Aquaman, there is so much to look forward to.The Gal Gadot starrer also has a sequel in line, which is gearing up for the October the 2nd release date.Avengers: Infinity WarIt broke the record of Avatar in a matter of days and remained the highest-grossing film of all time until, of course, its sequel was released.
The streaming giant has already commenced the expansion work of the Zack Snyder film Army of the Dead.Reportedly, Netflix already has unveiled its plans to make a prequel and a TV series forming a cinematic universe that will explore Snyder’s zombie world.Although the pandemic has delayed the “Army of the Dead” release, Netflix is already pretty optimistic about the concept as they enthusiastically relayed their interest in developing a franchise out of Dave Bautista starrer film.The Army of the Dead will be Snyder’s first directorial venture after the tragic death of his daughter, which led him to leave the production of Justice League midway.Netflix is, however, holding no cards to its chest and is showing full confidence in Zack Snyder’s film.It has already called for a prequel film and an animation series set in the same world via an announcement on Thursday.The Army of the Dead will follow a heist story.After a zombie outbreak wreaks havoc over the entire world, a group of mercenaries attempts to pull off a “greatest heist ever attempted.”The ensemble cast of the film includes WWE star Dave Bautista, Ella Purnell, Theo Rossi, Huma Qureshi, Ana de la Reguera, Tig Notaro, Hiroyuki Sanada, Garret Dillahunt, Omari Hardwick, Raul Castillo, Matthias Schweigofer, Samantha Win, and Nora Arnezeder.The film will release in 2021, but no official date has been set yet.The rumor has it that Snyder will work with a lot of collaborators in the link-up projects.German actor Mattias Schweigofer will act (reprising his role as Ludwig Dieter) and direct in the prequel film.The script of the prequel will be written by Shay Hatten, who has also written the first and has written the script for the third installment of the John Wick franchise, John Wick Chapter 3-Parabellum.The prequel will be produced in Germany with Schweigofer, Zack Snyder, his wife Deborah Snyder, Wesley Coller, and Den Maag acting as the producers.The anime series will follow the story of Dave Bautista’s character(Scott) during the initial days of the outbreak, during which Scott and his crew fight to find the source of the outbreak.Jay Olivia will be the leading producer of the anime show.
What we thought of the recent DC FanDome reveals, and how DC stacks up next to Marvel as it stands.
What we know about the Zack Snyder's Justice League cut, coming to HBO Max in 2021.
Some teasing footage had been arriving since the last few months, but the new trailer has left fans exhilarated with anticipation for the 2021 HBO Max premiere.The highly anticipated trailer of Zack Snyder’s version of the Justice League is now finally with us.The upcoming film has been intensely discussed among fans on Twitter, Reddit, Facebook and other internet platforms.The long feature film has got a release date of 2021 on HBO Max.Zack Snyder has revealed that “Snyder Cut” will be unveiled to fans in four parts and those who do not have a way to access HBO Max will have another way to view the film as another distribution strategy is being devised for the same.The clamour from the DC fanbase on the internet has intensified in the last three years, and their demand for Snyder’s version of the Justice League hasn’t become obsolete considering the success of the MCU and the failure of DCEU has been taken quite personally by the DC fans.It originated after Snyder had to step down from the production scenes of Justice League following the tragic death of his daughter.The “Man of Steel” director holds the pedigree of commencing the DCEU (DC Extended Universe) and has directed two of its high budget films “Man of Steel” and “Batman Vs Superman” and a part of 2017 film Justice League.The 2017 flick Justice League failed to impress even the most ardent fans of DC and Batman VS Superman: Dawn of Justice too was ruthlessly criticized for its clichés and its vacuous way of showcasing DC’s characteristic dark tone.When Snyder had to step down, Warner Bro.Snyder Cut is now officially due to be released in 2021.Zack Snyder’s cut for Justice League will be a courageous venture that will speak volumes of the audacity, tenacity and virtuosity of everyone involved in the rebuilding of a forgotten film.Several of the cast members that include Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot and others will return to do some reshoots.DC film studios are in the rebuilding phase since Justice League and have shown some promising signs with Aquaman, Shazam and Oscar nominee Joker.
Not many people have witnessed stardom in Hollywood and have maintained that stature over the years.Ben Affleck is one example of an actor who has surprised audiences and critics with his choice of films.He is best known for work in Pearl Harbor, Argo, The Town, Gone Girl, The Long Way Back, and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.After taking up the role of the caped crusader in the DCEU movies, Affleck shocked everyone when he publicly announced that he is not going to play Batman anymore and thus will be backing out from the film he was supposed to write, act and direct.However, the standalone film was not shelved and now the upcoming movie will be written and directed by Matt Reeves and will star Robert Pattinson as The Caped Crusader.Ben Affleck to Join Ezra Miller and Michael Keaton in The FlashHe last appeared in DCEU’s Justice League and his character will also be appearing in Justice League Snyder Cut, which will be released on online streaming platform HBO Max.However, Ben Affleck will be coming back as Batman in the upcoming The Flash movie.
"If you are justice, please do not lie. What is the price for your blind eye?"
And while you’re at it, check out the trailer for the Snyder Cut of Justice League and a new one for The Suicide Squad, too.
Warner Bros. and DC showed off upcoming DC Comics movies over the weekend during the virtual DC FanDome event.  It gave fans a peek at the future of DC movies over the next few years, with new details and footage for anticipated releases like "The Batman," "Wonder Woman 1984," and "Black Adam." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Warner Bros. and DC pulled the curtain back on some anticipated theatrical releases over the weekend during the virtual DC FanDome event, revealing new details and footage for "The Batman," "Wonder Woman 1984," and more. DC movies have been trending upward since the DC Extended Universe experiment backfired with 2017's superhero team-up movie, "Justice League," which disappointed at the box office after extensive reshoots and was blasted by critics. Between then and now, "Aquaman" and "Joker" both grossed more than $1 billion worldwide and "Shazam!" debuted to favorable reviews. While the coronavirus pandemic has upended some of DC and Warner Bros.' plans — notably by pushing release dates or stalling productions — the FanDome event highlighted the scope of future movies.  We rounded up every DC movie with a confirmed release date, with new details from FanDome (of course, the dates could change as the pandemic continues to shuffle the theatrical release calendar). An "Aquaman" spinoff, called "The Trench," is also in the works, but hasn't been dated yet. Fans can expect plenty of DC content outside of theatrically released movies, too. The long-awaited "Snyder Cut" of "Justice League" hits HBO Max next year. After "Justice League" flopped, fans clamored for Snyder's director's cut and now they're getting it. Max is also developing original DC shows like a prequel to "The Batman" focused on the Gotham City police and a Green Lantern series. This story was originally published in December 2019 and has been updated with info from DC FanDome. Below are seven DC movies with confirmed release dates hitting theaters:SEE ALSO: The 8 most significant superhero movies of the decade that changed Hollywood "Wonder Woman 1984" — October 2, 2020 The "Wonder Woman" sequel reunites director Patty Jenkins and stars Gal Gadot and Chris Pine, but shifts the story forward from World War I to the 1980s. The first movie was a critical and box-office hit, raking in $821 million worldwide.  It was originally slated for release in November, 2019, but then pushed back to June. Amid the pandemic, Warner Bros. delayed it again to October.  Watch the new trailer.  "The Suicide Squad" — August 6, 2021 Margot Robbie will again play Harley Quinn for this "Suicide Squad" sequel from director James Gunn, who was hired by Warner Bros. after Disney fired him from the third "Guardians of the Galaxy" movie (he was then re-hired, but is finishing "The Suicide Squad" first). Gunn has assembled a team of new and old faces and the full cast was showcased during FanDome. Returning are Robbie's Quinn, Jai Courtney's Captain Boomerang, and Viola Davis' Amanda Waller. Out is Will Smith, who played Deadshot. Newcomers include Idris Elba as Bloodsport and John Cena as Peacemaker. Gunn called it "by far the biggest movie" he's ever made during a behind-the-scenes look at the movie. Watch it here. "The Batman" — October 1, 2021 Robert Pattinson will play Batman in a new film from "War for the Planet of the Apes" director Matt Reeves. Pattinson takes over from Ben Affleck, who played the Dark Knight in "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" and "Justice League." Reeves has assembled an all-star cast that also includes Zoe Kravitz as Catwoman, Colin Farrell as the Penguin, Paul Dano as the Riddler, and Jeffrey Wright as James Gordon. During FanDome, Reeves said that "The Batman" is a "year two" story for a young Batman and acts as an origin story for many of his villains. He also teased the HBO Max spinoff series, calling it a "Year One" story focused on the corruption within the Gotham Police Department amid the emergence of Batman. "Year One is the beginning of the emergence, it's the first appearance of this mass vigilante that starts to unsettle the city," he said. "And you start to see the story through the point of view of these corrupt cops and one in particular. And the story is actually a battle for his soul." Watch the first trailer for "The Batman." "Black Adam" — December 22, 2021 After years of teasing his attachment to the movie, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is opening up about "Black Adam," a frequent foe of Shazam in the comics but also an anti-hero of sorts. It was revealed during FanDome that the movie would introduce the Justice Society of America, which preceded the Justice League in the comics.  "Black Adam has been with me for a very long time," Johnson said during FanDome. "One of the main things I always loved about Black Adam is that he was an anti-hero. I love that he has his own sense of Black Adam justice. I also love the fact that his origins are that of a slave ... he felt the burdens and the pressures of a larger entity holding him down until you can't take it anymore." "The Flash" —June 2, 2022 The "Flash" movie, from "It" director Andy Muschietti, has gone through several different directors and release dates. But it finally came into focus during FanDome. Muschietti called it a "time-travel story" and writer Christina Hodson said that the "cinematic multiverse will be born out of this movie." The event debuted concept art that teased Michael Keaton's return as Batman (he originally played the character in Tim Burton's "Batman" and "Batman Returns").   "Shazam! Fury of the Gods" — November 4, 2022 With $364.5 million worldwide, "Shazam!" wasn't a box-office smash like "Wonder Woman" or "Aquaman." But it was successful enough for Warner Bros. to greenlight a sequel for 2022. "Shazam!" was a hit with critics and has a 90% on Rotten Tomatoes. The full title, "Shazam! Fury of the Gods," was revealed at FanDome.   "Aquaman" sequel — December 16, 2022 2018's "Aquaman" grossed over $1 billion globally, so a sequel was inevitable. It will hit theaters in 2022, topping off what will be a busy year for DC movies. Director James Wan is returning.  Wan said during FanDome that the sequel will be "a little bit more serious, a little bit more relevant to the world we're living in today."
Check out the latest game from the creators of Batman: Arkham Asylum.
It’s been a long time coming, but Zack Snyder's Justice League will finally get in front of an audience thanks to HBO Max. Here's the first trailer.
Rocksteady has shown off Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League during DC FanDome.
After all the mini teases, director Zack Snyder drops longer, specially prepared footage of his version of Justice League.
Restored version will air in four one-hour installments on the streaming platform.
The Snyder cut will be released soon, and there's a trailer for Zack Snyder's Justice League to prove it
We’ve had glimpses. We’ve had black suits. We’ve had to wait for it, after years of anger and hearsay, for it to actually be given life. Now, we can behold it in action.
The team behind the beloved Batman: Arkham games is now exploring at different DC property. This evening at DC Fandome, Rocksteady Studios finally revealed Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, a new action game starring the infamous super villain team. The game will be launching on in 2022 for PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X according to the teaser. The studio teased the game earlier this month after plentiful rumors. “The most dangerous villains in the DC Universe have been forced to team up and take on a new mission: Kill the Justice League,” the description under the trailer reads. “Create Chaos in Metropolis. You are the Suicide Squad.” Rocksteady is known almost entirely for its Batman games, which combined key elements of... Continue reading…
It’s been a few years, but there’s a new Batman game on the way. At the DC Fandome event we got our first look at the long-rumored Gotham Knights, which looks to channel the spirit of the beloved Arkham games. The new title will be launching in 2021. Gameplay footage from the game was shown at FanDome. The Verge will update the story if that gameplay footage is published online. Step Into The Knight and save Gotham from chaos. Welcome to #GothamKnights. pic.twitter.com/t6b9g1TBh9— Gotham Knights (@GothamKnights) August 22, 2020 The new game is being developed by WB Games Montreal. While the Arkham series was started by Rocksteady Studio, the Montreal studio picked up the series with 2013’s Arkham Origins. WB Games Montreal has been... Continue reading…
Zack Snyder is the gift who keeps on giving, dropping more footage from his version of Justice League ahead of DC FanDome. Here's everything we know.
There will be two Batmans, actually. Affleck will be joined by Michael Keaton, who's also reprising his role as the Caped Crusader.
Effort to release recut version all started with a #ReleaseTheSnyderCut hashtag
The DC FanDome lineup promises more news on Rocksteady's Suicide Squad game, as well as an announcement from Warner Bros. Games Montreal.