Warner Bros. has released a first look at the new R-Rated DC Animated Movie Justice League Dark along with a full cast list.
Director Doug Liman talks about his approach on Justice League Dark, hinting that it won't be like the other DC movies.
DC's Justice League Dark movie is finally moving forward with Edge of Tomorrow director Doug Liman.
Joseph Kahn reveals his animation test for a live-action incarnation of Dark Universe, before the Justice League Dark animated movie happened.
Matt Ryan, the star of NBC's canceled Constantine series, has been confirmed to voice this character again in Justice League Dark.
Big Bad Wolves directors Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado are in contention for Justice League Dark.
Rogue One star Ben Mendelsohn is rumored for the villain role in Justice League Dark, but his involvement hinges on one big factor.
A rumor claims Warner Bros. is eyeing Colin Farrell for Constantine in Justice League Dark, with Monica Belluci a front runner for Xanadu.
Warner Bros. is moving forward on Justice League Dark with Scott Rudin coming aboard to produce, eyeing a 2016 production start date.
Guillermo del Toro is no longer developing Justice League Dark for Warner Bros., and it isn't known who will replace him yet.
Guillermo del Toro says that the Justice League Dark script is done, but he isn't sure if his schedule will allow him to direct.
The characters featured in director Guillermo del Toro's DC Comics adaptation Dark Universe have finally been revealed.
Guillermo del Toro reveals that his Justice League Dark is part of a shared universe, but doesn't clarify if it belongs to DC or Vertigo.
Guillermo del Toro confirms the script for Justice League Dark is finished, with Warner Bros. to give its reaction expected soon.
Director Guillermo Del Toro reveals that Dark Universe is in the scripting stages, and may crossover with DC's TV universe.
The director offers a couple of new details about the project, which is currently being mapped out with a story bible.
This unique project is being pitched to Warner Bros. in the near future, which brings together Swamp Thing, John Constantine, and Deadman.
However, the interview with Berni Wrightson has been pulled from the release.