WARNER BROS ANNOUNCES JUSTICE LEAGUE, WONDER WOMAN, AQUAMAN MOVIES & MORE
At a presentation to investors on Wednesday morning, Warner Bros CEO Kevin Tsujihara unveiled his studio’s blockbuster movie slate for the next few years through to 2020, finally confirming the titles for an ambitious number of movies based on DC Comics superhero properties.
The announcement confirms that we will finally see a long-awaited Wonder Woman movie in 2017. Gal Gadot will reprise the role after 2016′s Batman Vs. Superman: Dawn Of Justice. The announcement also includes the expected Justice League movie — and a sequel — the previously announced Suicide Squad movie, and pictures starring Justice League members Aquaman, Flash, Green Lantern, and Cyborg. This means DC now has one superhero movie in the works with a female lead, and three with non-white leads.
LEGO SAN DIEGO EXCLUSIVES INCLUDE ADORABLE BATMOBILE, COLLECTIBLE COLLECTOR, AND MORE
LEGO, the world’s greatest toy, has now officially revealed all the ways it intends to drive fans and collectors into fury, anguish, and despair at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con with its range of exclusive sets and minifigures only available on the con floor.
The main draw this year will surely be the ridiculously cute Batmobile set, which comes with Batman and Robin minifigs and an innate sense of joy and delight.
‘GREEN LANTERN: THE ANIMATED SERIES’ PRODUCER GIANCARLO VOLPE EXPLAINS FOCUS GROUPS IN NEW COMIC
In his time working in animation, Giancarlo Volpe has worked on some of my all-time favorite cartoons. As a writer, director and animator, he worked on Avatar: The Last Airbender (including directing the pretty phenomenal series finale), King of the Hill, and most recently as the director of the JLA Adventures: Trapped In Time movie. As a result, you’d think he’d know a little something about how to make an exciting and enjoyable animated series, right? But it seems that even he can learn a lot from a focus group!
At least, that was the opinion of the studio during Volpe’s time as the showrunner for Green Lantern: The Animated Series, when he attended his first focus group run by the studio. On his tumblr, Volpe recounted the experience in the form of a comic featuring an appearance by Bruce Timm, and to say the least, it does not sound like a fun time.
By Chris Sims
With their unintentionally terrifying masks and bizarre plastic coverall-style suits, the Halloween costumes produced by Ben Cooper, Inc. have become downright iconic in American pop culture through sheer awfulness. From the ’50s to the ’80s, they were a staple of Halloweens across the country and are still valued as vintage collectibles, despite the fact that they are — and this is putting it nicely — hilariously awful. With Halloween just around the corner, we’re still feeling a little nostalgic for those mind-bogglingly terrible costumes of days gone by. That’s why today, I’ve picked out 10 Amazingly Bad Retro Halloween Costumes from the archives at the Wonderful Wonderblog!
Play Imaginative's Jim Lee-designed New 52 Justice League lineup continues to expand with a new Super Alloy Green Lantern boasting the line’s usual 12” scale, approximately 80% die-cast construction and heap of accessories set to arrive by the end of the year.
By Andy Khouri
Patients at A.C. Camargo Cancer Center in São Paulo, Brazil don’t just get plain old chemotherapy. Oh, no. They get something much cooler. They get Superformula.
The hospital shares an ad agency with Warner Bros., JWT, and as a result of that connection the two worked together to create special comics and animated videos for child patients, as well as superhero-themed covers for IV bags. The halls of the children’s ward were redecorated with superhero logos, and the game room was turned into a full-on Hall of Justice.