Patty Jenkins Is Grateful She Didn’t Direct Thor: The Dark World

If all went according to plan, Patty Jenkins would have been the first woman to direct a Marvel Cinematic Universe film six years before anyone else. The Wonder Woman director was set to make the Thor: The Dark World back in 2013 but left early in the process due to “creative differences.” Now, years later, she’s opened up about the experience and her thoughts shine a new light not just on the Thor sequel, but the role of gender in Hollywood. Read More >>

Wonder Woman 1984’s First Trailer Is Here to Bring Justice to the Reagan Era

Diana’s back, this time in the glitz, glamour, and the glut of corruption of the 1980s. Greed is good, baby, though I imagine Wonder Woman might not agree. Read More >>

Pedro Pascal’s Wonder Woman 1984 Character Is Exactly Who You Thought He Was

It feels like aeons ago we learned Game of Thrones star Pedro Pascal would be joining the highly-anticipated Wonder Woman sequel in an undisclosed role, but what with him picking up another juicy role in the meantime you can’t really blame us for getting distracted. So it was a bit of a surprise to see director Patty Jenkins just...tweeted out his “secret” role today. Read More >>

Wonder Woman 1984’s New Poster Gives Us a Look at Diana’s Stunning Armour

It seems Diana Prince is going to war next summer when Wonder Woman 1984 hits cinemas. A new poster debuted by director Patty Jenkins shows the DC superhero in a gleaming set of armour seemingly inspired by a famous comic book run. Read More >>

Wonder Woman 1984 Is a Sequel, How Is This Even a Question?

We haven’t heard much about Wonder Woman 1984 since it wrapped production last December. To be fair, the release date was pushed back from November 1, 2019 to June 5, 2020, so we’ve got a lot of time to go still. What we do know about the project is it will feature Gal Gadot once again as Diana/Wonder Woman, a returning Chris Pine as Steve Trevor, Kristen Wiig as Barbara Minerva (aka Cheetah), and Pedro Pascal as a yet-to-be-revealed character (my best guesses are Maxwell Lord or Glorious Godfrey). Read More >>

Chris Pine Isn’t Sure Steve Trevor Will Be Back After Wonder Woman 1984

Chris Pine, one of the illustrious cabal of Chrises that dominates pop culture like a name-based Illuminati, isn’t entirely sure if he’s going to be doing more than just one more Wonder Woman movie. Read More >>

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 >>