The LEGO Batman Movie is a spinoff story based off the Batman character last seen in the hit 2014 film, The LEGO Movie. Without spoiling anything; it’s about the world’s favorite dark knight fighting to saving Gotham from his greatest enemy, the Joker. The LEGO BatmanMovie is directed by first-time feature film director, Chris McKay, and stars the voice talents of Will Arnett as Batman, Michael Cera as Robin, Rosario Dawson as Batgirl, and Ralph Fiennes as Alfred Pennyworth.
Is this movie one of the best DC movies released since Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight in 2008 as some outlets are saying? I’m going to have to say no. Does it feature one of the best Jokers that we have seen put on the screen? To that, I will say yes. In no particular order, I would say this Joker, voiced by Zach Galifianakis, falls in the top 3 Joker spots next to Heath Ledger’s Joker as well as Mark Hamill’s Joker from the Batman Animated Series. Continue reading “‘The LEGO Batman Movie’ Review.”
So who remembers when Ben Affleck being cast as Batman in Zack Snyder’s Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice was on of the most controversial topics being discussed during that time. Funny how now that the movie as been out the “Batfleck” has gone on to be the only unanimously praised aspect about the film. Now Affleck has been chosen by Warner Bros. to write, direct, and star in the next Batman solo film.
Its still a few months before Harley Quinn’s big screen debut in Suicide Squad, however actress Margot Robbie seems to have impressed Warner Bros. enough to begin talking with her about a Harley Quinn movie.
According to a report that comes from The Hollywood Reporter, Margot Robbie is now attached to reprise her role as the character in the future as well as produce the currently untitled spinoff.
But don’t start screaming, “Harley Quinn solo film!!!” because that is not the case.
Although details are still being very closely guarded, the rumored project is not going to be a solo film, but rather a film that focuses on several of DC’s female heroes and villains. Maybe involving Batgirl or Birds of Prey?
I am all for this! The DC hero and villain lineup has a very strong female base. Characters like Harley Quinn, Batgirl, Poison Ivy, Katana, etc. I really hope this becomes a reality and that we get more of Robbie’s Harley Quinn because everything I have seen so far from the trailers show that she kills it as the psychologist turned psycho.
Here we have a very special type of question. It’s a straight up opinion question – and I love me some opinion questions. It means I get to give my truest answer and I’m not wrong in any way, shape or form. And it doesn’t matter what anybody else thinks.
And this very special question is asked by Victoria Neet.
Which villain would you have preferred in “Batman v. Superman” instead of Doomsday?
For those you who don’t know who Doomsday is; he is a villain in the DC Universe who is most famous for being the one to murder superman in the 1992 comic “The Death of Superman.” If you watch the trailer below you can see him appear at the end of the trailer around the 2:20 minute mark.
“Worst. Heroes. Ever.” At least that what director, David Ayer, said when he took to his Twitter page today to give us a look at some new Suicide Squad posters as well as to announce the date of a new Trailer!
David Ayer’s post includes a picture of the new poster with skulls representing each member of the Suicide Squad. Along with Ayer’s announcement, actors Margot Robbie (Harley Quinn), Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje (Killer Croc), Cara Delevingne (Enchantress), Adam Beach (Slipknot), and Karen Fukuhara (Katana) all tweeted out with the same written content as Ayer, “Worst. Heroes. Ever. #SuicideSquad trailer drops Tuesday night in the DC Films Special! 9:30/8:30c on The CW!” – only difference is that they had posters with their individual characters on them.
Hey guys, It’s not just Captain America and Iron Man suiting up to fight each other! DC Entertainment’s biggest superheroes are also preparing for war, with the latest trailer for Warner Bros’ Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice debuting on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live. Anticipation for the biggest showdown in comicbook history is growing as we get closer and closer the film’s 2016 release date.