The actress says that she knows the story line for Batman Vs. Superman. She also confirms Thor 3 is happening, and wants a Sif spin-off.
Studio executive Greg Silverman went on to discuss the controversial casting of Ben Affleck as Batman. He knows more than you, so don't complain just yet.
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.
The studio refuses to confirm or deny that this character is Diana of Themyscira, though it could be Batman's girlfriend.
Cary Elwes and Vanessa Marshall voice this iconic superheroes who go toe-to-toe in this fight scene from the animated adventure.
Other Justice League characters might also pop up in the sequel according to writer David S. Goyer.
Network president Mark Pedowitz says the series is still alive, and that they want to do the character justice.
Warner Archive is releasing these superhero titles for the first time on DVD, just in time for the holiday season.
Allan Heinberg is writing a pilot script that focuses on the younger years of this DC Comics superhero, who is still developing her powers.
The Smallville actress best known for playing Lois Lane transforms into another popular DC Comics character on Wednesday, January 11th.
The actress plays the DC Comics superhero in Peter and Bobby Farrelly's comedy short, which will be a part of this upcoming anthology.
The CW alum is coming to Kathy Bates' legal drama in the 11th episode.
Adrianne Palicki stars as the Amazonian warrior princess in this abandoned NBC pilot based on the popular DC Comics character.
Nicolas Winding Refn's top pick for the female superhero is Mad Men's buxom Joan.
This short tease from the rebuked NBC pilot offers a look at Adrianne Palicki in action.
The pilot episode of David E. Kelley's superhero series is starting to make the rounds after being dropped by NBC.
The network chooses not to pickup the superhero series from David E. Kelley.
Adrianne Palicki's Diana Prince will actually wear three separate costumes in the NBC superhero pilot.