The international trailer for the DCEU's Aquaman features some new footage not shown in the North American version.
DC Films might be finally preparing to get Suicide Squad 2 off of the ground now that the first draft of the script is complete.
Warner Bros. and DC Comics seem to be shifting their movie adaptation plans around every day. Here we try and make sense of what DC Universe movies are in development.
Jon Hamm recently expressed interest in playing the Caped Crusader on the big screen, leading to cool new fan art from BossLogic.
A new rumor suggests Warner Bros. met with Game of Thrones star Kit Harington for the lead role in Matt Reeves' The Batman.
The role of Batman has been up in the air for some time now, with Ben Affleck and Warner Bros. not commenting on the matter.
The Richard Donner classic Superman will make a very limited return to theaters in honor of its 40th anniversary later this year.
Even though he's no longer involved with the DC movie universe, Zack Snyder is getting credit for the Aquaman movie.
Covers of new coloring books for Aquaman have been released online, which tease the end of the movie.
Ben Affleck recently checked into rehab again, possibly making it too expensive for Warner Bros. to insure him as Batman in a future DC movie.
The first screening of Aquaman happened over the weekend and some folks have chimed in with their thoughts on the DC adventure.
The trailer for James Wan's upcoming Aquaman movie has been remade in the style of an 8-bit video game.
Will Smith's sequel schedule is about to get packed with the filming of Bad Boys 3, Bright 2, and eventually Suicide Squad 2.
A new rumor claims director Alfonso Cuarón was being eyed for the DCEU, but is he still wanted?
Writer John August shares the Catwoman pitch he turned into Warner Bros. that was ultimately turned down.
Artist BossLogic has turned Tom Cruise into Hal Jordan for the Green Lantern Corps. movie.
A new image and TV spot for Aquaman have been released, giving us a better look at Arthur and Mera.
Margot Kidder, who starred as Lois Lane in 1978's Superman, passed away earlier this year.
It still isn't known if Ben Affleck will star in The Batman, but a new listing has him credited as a producer.