Even though Matt Reeves and Robert Pattinson are currently gearing up to resume production on The Batman, it appears as though the line hasn’t quite been drawn under the previous incarnation of the Dark Knight just yet. Along with the news that the Snyder Cut of Justice League is on the way to HBO Max, there’s also been speculation that Warner Bros.’ owners AT&T are interested in having Ben Affleck return to make his originally intended version of the movie, with the company actively leaning into the rumors on social media.
According to a trusted insider, Deadpool may take over Stan Lee’s cameos in the MCU after the release of Deadpool 3, which we know is on the way.
Despite what he’s said recently, it seems Chris Evans might not be done with the role of Captain America just yet, and he could still be set for a return.
Sarah Jessica Parker has confirmed that she and her co-stars in the original movie want to return for Hocus Pocus 2, which is set for Disney Plus.
In an alternate universe where all of the countless projects announced as part of the DCEU over the years had actually been made, last month would have brought the release of the Cyborg solo movie, but instead it appears as though the character doesn’t have any sort of future as part of the interconnected comic book franchise.
The theatrical cut of Justice League was very obviously the result of stitching together two entirely different versions of the same movie made by two filmmakers with vastly different styles and sensibilities. Joss Whedon’s signature quip-heavy dialogue was completely at odds with the aesthetic that Zack Snyder had previously established in both Man of Steel and Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, and as a result, Justice League was marked by some jarring tonal shifts, and this often happened several times in the space of a single scene.
With June just around the corner now, there’s a good chance that, depending on where you live, you’ll be looking to stay indoors to avoid the heat, humidity and, worst of all, summer insects. And if you’re looking to cool off from the comfort and safety of your living room couch, you’ll be glad to hear that Netflix is planning to add a handful of standout movies and TV shows to their catalog that are sure to keep you busy for some time to come.
Robert Pattinson’s Dark Knight will have his work cut out for him in The Batman, with the hero due to face a myriad of Gotham’s most malicious miscreants in his debut movie. Colin Farrell’s playing the Penguin, Zoe Kravitz is Catwoman and Paul Dano is filling the role of the Prince of Puzzles himself, the Riddler.
When news broke that Lana Wachowski was making The Matrix 4, the collective reaction from fans was a mix of excitement and apprehension. It’s been 17 years since both The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions came out and to say they haven’t aged well would be an understatement.
Any major studio without a superhero franchise is always looking for fresh IP to sell to audiences over many years and many films. Universal thought they had one with the Dark Universe back in 2017, but that crashed and burned upon take off after The Mummy’s poor performance both critically and financially. We’ll always have that iconic photo though of a bunch of movie stars posing for something that never came to fruition.