Warner Bros. and DC were faced with questions about their strategy, their rivalry with Marvel and a lack of female superheroes at the studio's annual shareholders meeting.
A new rumor suggests that six new DC Comics movies will be announced in San Diego this July for Comic-Con 2014, including Sandman and Man of Steel 2.
The actress' three-picture deal is rumored to include Batman vs. Superman, Justice League and her own Wonder Woman movie, but only if the fans want it.
Superman and Batman are perceived as jerks in Paul Feig's lighter, more comedic take. Warner Bros. ultimately passed on his idea.
Studio CEO, Kevin Tsujihara, teases that there are plans in the works for other DC Comics TV adaptations. He added the studio needs more superhero franchises.
Nicolas Winding Refn's top pick for the female superhero is Mad Men's buxom Joan.
The Danish director is not attached to the project, but this could be his invitation.
We've got information on projects like Bizarro Superman, The Flash and more!
It appears the busy director's name has been "circling" around the Warner Bros. project.
The pop-star/actress wants to take on the role of DC's Amazon princess.
The president of production decrees that there will be no future films with female leads.
The mega-producer updates his next three films.
Comes after Joel Silver bought another script.
Matthew Jennison and Brent Strickland writing a version of the DC Comics superhero.
...the creator of the Buffy The Vampire Slayer TV series takes on the comicbook character. New production art!