Originally, the idea for Batman 2021 was conceived as a spin off for Ben Affleck’s Batman after the Justice League movie. But soon things took a 360 degree turn and the project shaped up as we know it now. The success of standalone Wonder Woman and Joker taught DC to take the non-franchise route for their characters. However the roots of the project points at a broodier, hedonically motivated Batman – an undertone that’s part of Reeves’ work too.
Seems like, Marvel Studios has made up its mind about MCU’s future Avengers project and Brie Larson’s Captain Marvel leading it
It’s not a new thing for famous characters to switch franchises given all of them are expansive in nature.Over the years we have seen many characters from the HBO show crossing over to the MCU. Now with Marvel’s Fox possessions like Deadpool, X-Men and Fantastic Four their talent pool is wider than ever.
The Xavier School For Gifted Individuals is a big part of both Marvel comic-verse and X-Men plotline. Introducing the older generation with the new breed and alluring the new generation simultaneously works in Marvel’s favor. A
Christopher Nolan is the rare breed of filmmakers who believe in making cinema only for the theatres. In the age of rapid consumption of more and more screen time, Nolan’s lucid ideas spin magic on the big screen in the briefest span. ‘Time’ is one of Nolan’s favourite cinematic subjects and also the theme of his directorial next, Tenet.
Over the weekend Comic-Con@Home hosted various movie and gaming studios and actors and artists to showcase their upcoming work. While Marvel Studios was absent from the event refraining from making any MCU Phase 4 announcement, its mutants and son of Satan did reach the Con.
Zack Snyder emphasised on the fact that he isn’t going to use any frame that he didn’t photograph. Meaning all of Whedon’s work will be left out of his cut. With Snyder again at the helm of his project Darkseid will take his honourable position as DC’s most formidable baddie!
Celebrated director Zack Snyder is set to hold a Justice League panel at fan organised Justice Con. Here’s what to expect
In the long history of Hollywood movie-making, we have seen various iterations of Batman, Superman, Iron Man, Spider-Man and more. To get equal representation is still viewed as activism. But Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman and Brie Larson’s Captain Marvel have managed to successfully change the game to take the reigns from their predecessors.
This year, both Marvel Studios and DC have decided to take a digital route to showcase their upcoming projects, rather than exhibiting at Comic-Con@Home, the biggest comic book convention’s virtual turn due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic. Now SDCC is taking a further hit, with superhero franchises walking away.