'Suicide Squad' is getting ready to hit theaters and we are already starting to see trailers for 'Justice League.' It's definitely been a great few years for comic book nerds and fans alike. I can't wait for these movies to come out. Looks like DC is really trying to give Marvel a run for their money. So take a few minutes to get a behind the scenes look at where it started.
We’ve seen Ash Vs. Evil Dead star Bruce Campbell boomstick it to The Walking Dead once before, and ol’ Groovy Bruce isn’t lying low while we wait for Season 2. The erstwhile Fargo and Evil Dead star took a playful jab at Batman v. Superman as well, and let’s face it, we’d all surrender more cash to add Ash Williams and a chainsaw into the mix.
I cannot wait for this movie to make it to theaters. While most of us have seen the trailers on this movie, I doubt you have seen this deleted scene. During Jimmy Kimmel's "After the Oscars" special, Ben Affleck had to break the news to Jimmy that his scene in the movie was cut.
Boy, these new Barbie body types are sure getting really specific. I mean, it makes sense for Mattel to attempt to reach a broader, more diverse audience by releasing new Barbies that better match the girls and young women of the world, but aging, rich white dude with trust issues hardly seems like it will strike the right chord. The only thing this might strike is fear into the hearts of criminals.
Though Mattel had announced the full DC Trinity (in their Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice garb) would be getting the Barbie treatment at San Diego Comic-Con last year, the only doll anyone got to see was Wonder Woman. The Amazonian princess certainly looked the part, but nobody really knew what to expect from a potential Batman or Superman at the time. With Toy Fair 2016 right around the corner, and Mattel having a large Barbie and DC Comics presence at the show, it seemed like we might get our first glimpse at the Bruce and Clark Ken dolls in a few weeks. Thanks to Amazon, we no longer have to wait for Batman.
Batman vs. Superman is just about two months away and the marketing onslaught is about to begin. Here, in the calm before the storm, though we have the very first clip from Batman vs. Superman. Zack Snyder debuted the new footage on Conan last night and while it didn’t feature any superhero punching, it did tease the simmering tension between our two heroes...
Of all the marketing for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, the viral content surrounding Jesse Eisenberg's Lex Luthor has to be the silliest. Eisenberg (or a very game WB intern) already gave one interview as the famous Superman villain, and now he's given us another because Warner Bros. really, really wants us to believe that Lex Luthor — like Santa and The Struggle and pro-wrestling — is real. And in related news, there's also a new photo of this supposedly non-fictional character.