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Warner Bros. Wants Female Director for 'Wonder Woman,' But Who? In a report looking at the upcoming onslaught of superhero movies arriving from now through the year 2020, THR noted that Warner Bros. Pictures and DC Entertainment are keen to get a female director behind the camera for their big screen take on Wonder Woman. The studio already has Gal Gadot in the lead role, and with the film set for release June 23, 2017, they're on the hunt for a filmmaker to bring the heroine to life. Well, Forbes seems to have a line on the shortlist the studio is looking at, though they caution that other names could easily be in the running.

Quicksilver Rumoured For X-Men: Apocalypse He should be dashing back on our screensAs production creeps closer, more and more is being confirmed about the next X-Men instalment, Apocalypse. Bryan Singer, working again alongside Simon Kinberg, is finessing the script ready for an early 2015 shoot.

Cyborg Confirmed to Appear in 'Batman vs. Superman'; Has Already Shot His Scenes With the Justice League Most of the focus on the upcoming 'Justice League' movie has been on Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Flash and Aquaman. Primarily because those are the most well-known characters and we know the actors playing them (Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Gal Gadot, Ezra Miller and Jason Momoa, respectively.) But, there's one additional member of the Justice League that will be joining the team and has already filming his 'Batman vs. Superman' appearance: Cyborg. Continue reading…

Jason Momoa finally opens up about being Aquaman This past weekend saw the Walker Stalker Con in Atlanta, Georgia. Aside from all things walking and stalking, Jason Momoa decided to grace the Con with his presence. His portrayal of Khal Drogo in HBO's Game of Thrones made the man a fan-favorite but Momoa has been pretty tight-lipped regarding his latest DC endeavor, even if it was obvious he was playing Aquaman. Now that the cat's out... Read More...

'Captain America 3' Will Be Huge Teases Robert Downey Jr. Robert Downey Jr. caused a hailstorm of news this past month when he first confirmed Iron Man 4 was happening, and then recanted his statements. This eventually led to the announcement that Tony Stark will appear as a major character in Captain America 3, with Marvel setting up its Civil War storyline. Now, knowing the impact of his words, Robert Downey Jr. isn't saying much else.Still out promoting his feature film The Judge, Robert Downey Jr. was asked if he could reveals a few more tidbits about his impending role in Captain America 3. All he can do is tease what we all assume.

Quicksilver Concept Art For X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST When director Bryan Singer ("The Usual Suspects") announced that X-Men: Days of Future Past would include 'Quicksilver' and that Evan Peters ("Kick-Ass") would play the role many people, such as myself, were skeptical. The timing of the announcement seemed especially odd since we already knew Joss Whedon's Avengers: Age of Ultron had decided to use the speedy-mutant as well. But all doubt surrounding Singer's intentions were tossed out the window when audiences were blown away by the film's Pentagon scene.

Rumor: Tom Hardy Courted for Title Role in X-MEN: APOCALYPSE? Remember that Doctor Strange casting rumor we shared last night?  Buried right in the middle of the original report was another interesting bit of news; Tom Hardy “has recently been courted” for the title role in X-Men: Apocalypse, En Sabah Nur, the guy manipulating the pyramid in the X-Men: Days of Future Past post-credit scene. On top of that, Warner Bros. is also going after Hardy for a role in the Suicide Squad movie, and apparently he’s close to signing on for that one.  Hit the jump for more on what Hardy may be jumping into next. We’re going back to The Wrap for this one.

Will Green Lantern Bring ‘Justice League 2′s Villain To Earth? [WARNING: This article contains possible SPOILERS for Justice League 1 & 2] - Comic fans may have thought the questions and doubts would stop once Warner Bros. and DC Comics revealed the release date plans for their superhero universe, but the truth is, having an official schedule raised as many questions as it answered. The shift from individual films to event crossovers is a logical structure, but one detail seems slightly out of place.

In news that should surprise absolutely no one, it was revealed today that 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,' the first cinematic spin-off from the massively popular 'Harry Potter' series, won't be a standalone film. Warner Bros. is betting heavily on their return to J.K. Rowling's wizarding world and have announced that the adventures of magical animal specialist Newt Scamander will be a trilogy. Continue reading…

‘Justice League Part 1′ in 2017, Part 2 in 2019; Zack Snyder Directing Warner Bros. and DC has fully unveiled their upcoming movie slate at long last, after setting release dates for ten upcoming DC comic book adaptations – including, the currently in-production Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice. Zack Snyder is calling the shots on that feature, and it was previously revealed that he shall also be overseeing the long-awaited live-action Justice League movie thereafter. We can now confirm that there Snyder will, in fact, be directing a two-part Justice League movie event.

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