There’s no crying in crime-fighting (except from the criminals maybe).
Justice League and A League of Their Own collide in a punny illustration that is just begging for a group cosplay (and this little girl needs to be a part of it).
Head on over to HalloweenCostumes.com to check out portraits of each character.
We have details on three upcoming LEGO Super Heroes building sets based on the upcoming Justice League film. They contain “the film’s most compelling scenes all captured in LEGO bricks”, so consider that a big fat spoiler alert. While the basic plot of the film has already been gleaned, the sets below do appear to provide additional details on settings and vehicles. [click to continue…]
To celebrate the wrap of filming on Justice League, director Zack Snyder tweeted a behind-the-scenes video from the upcoming film and, I have to say, I like what I’m seeing.
It looks like everyone really enjoyed it. Especially Jason Momoa, who’s having more fun than everyone else combined. Watch it below. [click to continue…]
Aldo Jones put his spin on the Justice League trailer and, seriously—it’s the weirdest.
I’m not sure if I should be amused or disturbed or impressed. I’m guessing it’s a little bit of each. Then again, maybe Danny Trejo as Wonder Woman is just the kind of thing DC needs. Watch it below. [click to continue…]
Ben Affleck just tweeted what appears to be evidence that Deathstroke will be part of an upcoming DC film—most likely Justice League, which is currently in production. At this point, nothing has been confirmed—including the actor playing the part. Check out the footage below. [click to continue…]
Warner Bros. has been moving the pieces into place for their cinematic universe for the last couple of years now – not with the same pace, precision and, arguably, skill that Marvel spent honing their own film world over the last decade, but they’re working on it. To that end, the studio has released this artwork featuring the complete Justice League line-up.
They also dropped the first footage from the upcoming Wonder Woman film on last night’s CW special DC Films Presents: Dawn of the Justice League along with features on Ezra Miller’s Flash, Jason Momoa’s Aquaman, Ray Fisher’s Cyborg and a surprise look at Green Lantern Corps.
Check it all out in the videos below.
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Holy dark ages Batman! These Justice League figures looks awesome as RPG warriors. The “Dungeon League” set is the work of artist Sillof who’s well known for making fantastic custom action figures. On his website, Sillof explains his inspiration:
“Anyone who has ever played a role-playing game in their childhood probably at some point imagined what some of their favorite characters from television, film, comics, and literature would look like inside the medieval fantasy world of their chosen RPG, I know I did.
I spent house imagining what race and class each of them would be. Recently I decided to indulge my childhood fantasies and make some of those characters. While this is not a unique endeavor and it has been done by others before in various ways I think they are still unique and I hope you enjoy them.”
Check out the Medieval Batman, Superman, The Flash, Green Lantern, and Wonder Woman after the break.
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Hold on to your Lasso of Truth because LEGO is actually producing a set with Wonder Woman’s invisible jet. Ahhh! Unlike this hilarious parody, the jet is real and is constructed from clear LEGO bricks. It included as part of a Justice League set called “Gorilla Grodd Goes Bananas” and will be available in 2015. According to the schedule of LEGO releases slated for next year, we can expect it to arrive in April along with four other Justice League sets.
Yep, I’m sold.
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While many people have been calling on Marvel to create the first female led stand alone superhero movie, DC and Warner Bros. have stepped up to the plate with the announcement of a Wonder Woman movie during a shareholder call. But that’s not all. They also announced a slate of 10 new titles slated for 2016 – 2020.
Suicide Squad will be the first release after Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Wonder Woman will follow in 2017. Justice League Part One, The Flash (starring Ezra Miller instead of Grant Gustin, for those of you who had your hopes up), Aquaman, Shazam, Justice League Part Two, Cyborg, and Green Lantern fill out the roster.
Check out the breakdown after the jump…
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The legendary Bruce Timm is set to executive produce a new digital Justice League cartoon for Machinima titled Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles which we can all expect to see next spring. Co-producing the cartoon will be Alan Burnett—Timm’s partner on Batman: The Animated Series. Although this was originally set to be a direct-to-video release, it’s now going to be a three-part digital series. According to Variety:
“Chronicles” is said to revolve around a newly conceived reality in the DC universe where Justice League members Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman are much darker versions of the superheroes that people know.
Yes, another “dark” superhero adaptation. Still, this is Bruce Timm we’re talking about. It will likely be good either way.