A Convenient Guide Through DC’s Wild and Uncertain Film Universe

It should tell you something that we have run multiple versions of these reminder guides for the state of Warner Bros.’s DC Entertainment movie universe. But it’s not every week that your whole understanding of the fragile state of a movie universe gets turned upside down by talk of one of its biggest stars exiting, is it? Read More >>

We Saw the First, Very Playful, Footage of Wonder Woman 1984 at Comic-Con

As part of their massive Hall H panel at San Diego Comic-Con Saturday, Warner Bros. revealed a first look at the still in production Wonder Woman 1984. It’s unfortunately not going online but we were there and can tell you all about it. Read More >>

The Many Lives of Wonder Woman’s Steve Trevor, Explained

Last week we got our very first look at Patty Jenkins’ next DC movie, Wonder Woman 1984—and learned that somehow, Chris Pine’s Steve Trevor will be appearing in the movie, despite his rather explosive exit in the first film. But it’s not really the first time Wonder Woman’s most famous love interest has cheated death. Read More >>

The Wonder Woman Sequel Just Got a Cryptic Update

It’s always fun to play the guessing game about comic book movie plots based on the carefully selected tidbits of information that studios decide to disclose in the months leading up to the project’s release. The Wonder Woman sequel is no exception. Today, DC Entertainment president and Wonder Woman producer Geoff Johns gave us a totally radical clue to where the Amazon warrior is headed next. Read More >>

Game of Thrones Star Pedro Pascal Just Landed a Mystery Role in Wonder Woman 2

He had his head crushed by the Mountain and now he’s signed up for some Wonder. Read More >>

Kristen Wiig May End Up Being the Villain of Wonder Woman 2

Wonder Woman 2 may have found its villain in Saturday Night Live alum Kristen Wiig. Read More >>

Wonder Woman and Black Panther’s Success Has Cinema Owners Asking for More Diverse Blockbusters

Genre films still have a long way to go when it comes to representing people beyond the straight, white, male audience Hollywood has long catered to. But two super-heroic events recently have more than just fans excited for more diverse offerings—cinema owners are psyched, too. Read More >>

Twitter’s Year in Review Confirms 2017 Sucked

Remember when everyone was screaming for 2016 to just end already? Well, it did. And 2017 managed to be even more horrific. Twitter has essentially verified that fact with its end of the year roundup of the most popular tweets, accounts, and hashtags. Appreciate them now, because next year is just going to be worse. Read More >>

Patty Jenkins Gives Us a Glimpse at Her Plans for Wonder Woman 2

Wonder Woman 2 isn’t coming out until November 2019, but director Patty Jenkins is already starting to put the pieces into place. She’s sharing a few new details on what to expect in the upcoming film, as well as how the theme of love will carry over from the last film. Hint: It’s a person. Read More >>

Justice League Shows Us The Tragedy of Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman

It’s hard to comment on Justice League without talking about the drama behind it. Whatever noble intentions there might be about separating the art from the artists, the modern world makes achieving this distance impossible thanks to blanket coverage from the moment the film is greenlit until the moment it ends up in the streaming equivalent of the Bargain Bin. Read More >>

Gal Gadot Says Wonder Woman’s Backstory in Batman v Superman Was the Wrong Choice

The Wonder Woman we met in Batman v Superman was meant to be a hero who’d spent decades hiding away from the world, discontent with what Man’s world had become—very different to the Wonder Woman we left in her solo movie. The reason for the difference? It didn’t feel right for Diana, according to Gal Gadot. Read More >>

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The Honest Trailer For ‘Wonder Woman’ Is Also The Film’s Most Accurate Review

Wonder Woman had a lot riding on it - and not just for die-hard Diana fans like myself. Luckily, the film was good. It was not perfect, however. Read More >>

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Why the Music in Wonder Woman is the Exception to the Rule

While Marvel may have it all over DC in the broader modern cinematic universe (we're talking post-Nolan Batman here), Wonder Woman has proven to be an exception in more ways than one - including its music. Read More >>

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Wonder Woman Blu-Ray Launches in Spectacular Fashion

Blu-ray launches aren't exactly exciting events. Or at least, they're not usually. A new blu-ray will appear on shop shelves, and that's about it. Warner Bros. wasn't having any of that when it came to the American launch of Wonder Woman on blu-ray though, oh no. Hundreds of brightly-lit drones took to the skies of Los Angeles to spell out "Wonder Woman" before forming the Wonder Woman symbol and a silouhette of the woman herself. Read More >>