DC Movie News
Further info on Matt Reeves' The Batman claims that The Penguin will likely show up alongside another iconic DC villain.
A new comic book depicting Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez as DC's Wonder Woman has landed Devil's Due Comics with a cease and desist.
Batman candidate Robert Pattinson actually tried out the character's voice, jokingly, more than a decade ago.
Multiple reports have surfaced stating that Robert Pattinson hasn't yet locked down the role in Matt Reeves' The Batman.
The Twilight actor is reportedly in the process of finalizing a deal to star in Matt Reeves' The Batman.
Batman & Robin star George Clooney reveals he told Ben Affleck not to take on the role of the Caped Crusader, but admits he did a good job.
Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson revealed in a new interview that he is not a fan of Aquaman.
Oscar-winner Jared Leto is still open to playing the Joker again in another DC movie, if the situation is right.
Director Patty Jenkins shares a new image of Gal Gadot from Wonder Woman 1984 rtf celebrate her birthday.
George Clooney feels his Batman & Robin role disqualifies him from any more involvement with Batman.
This May, 1989's Batman will return to theaters along with its sequels Batman Returns, Batman Forever and Batman & Robin.
It appears Johnny Depp was trying to black-list ex-wife Amber Heard from participating in Warner Bros. projects.
Michelle Borth signed a five-movie deal starting with Shazam, but what does that mean for the future of the franchise?
Jason Momoa shaved off his beard in a new video on YouTube, and we don't quite know what to think.
Warner Bros.' The Curse of La Llorona, Fox 2000's Breakthrough and Disney's Penguins all open at the box office this weekend.
The actor who would have portrayed the big DC villain Darkseid if Snyder's plans for Justice League had been carried out has been revealed.
DC's Shazam! easily took the number one at this weekend's box office while Little debuted at number two.
Lionsgate's Hellboy, Universal's Little, Laika's Missing Link and Aviron's After all open at the box office this weekend.
President Donald Trump released a new campaign video, which featured Hans Zimmer's score from The Dark Knight Rises.