After yesterday’s fantastic theatrical poster, Den of Geek has revealed their SDCC issue cover for Aquaman, and it gives us our first glimpse at plenty of new characters, including Ocean Master, Vulko, Black Manta, and King Orm.
You can hit the jump to check out the cover in full.
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The Wrap has confirmed that an earlier rumor regarding the lineup of director Cathy Yan’s upcoming Birds of Prey movie was fairly spot-on. The team’s lineup will consist of Black Canary, Huntress, Cassandra Cain, Renee Montoya, and Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn. It’s currently not known whether Montoya will be The Question in the film, or a detective.
The villain of the piece is expected to be Cassandra Cain’s father, David Cain, who is commonly associated with Ra’s Al Ghul, and Cassandra’s mother, Lady Shiva. This all but confirms that Batgirl is not involved as many expected.
Entertainment Weekly is continuing its massive pre-SDCC coverage by revealing yet another new still from the upcoming live-action adaptation of Shazam! We get another look at Zachary Levi in costume alongside Jack Dylan Grazer. This time we get to see the light-up lightning bolt on the heroes’ chest which does a great job of driving home the magical nature of the character.
We should be getting plenty more information on the film, including maybe even a teaser trailer this Saturday when Warner Bros. takes to Hall H in San Diego.
Warner Bros. has revealed that Aquaman is now on Twitter, and alongside it, we get our first official poster for the upcoming film, as well as confirmation of a trailer this Saturday at SDCC. The poster is beautiful, with Jason Momoa on a rock surrounded by the denizens of the deep, and the tagline “Home is Calling” along the top.
I can’t help but get excited by all this information from Aquaman as this is shaping up to be something very special. We’ll find out once and for all on Saturday. Hit the jump for a look at the full poster.
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Entertainment Weekly has revealed a first look at one of the seven Kings of Atlantis, with the first being The Fisherman King, played by none other than Djimon Hounsou, who was recently added to the cast of Shazam! as the Wizard after Ron Cephas Jones was forced to depart. Also pictured are the Fisherman Queen (Natalia Safran), Princess (Sophia Forrest) and a royal guard.
“After the fall of Atlantis, some of the kingdoms evolved and some devolved,”explains producer Peter Safran. “This is one that evolved. This is a kingdom that’s primarily artistic and cerebral, with poets and philosophers.”
Entertainment Weekly continues to deliver the goods, this time giving us our first look at two new stills from the upcoming sequel, Godzilla: King of the Monsters, from director Michael Dougherty. The other image gives us our first look at Vera Farmiga and Millie Bobby Brown, making her feature film debut. Hit the jump to check out the additional still.
“The world is reacting to Godzilla in the same way we would react to any other terrifying incident, in that we are overreacting,” director Michael Dougherty tells EW about the film. “There’s paranoia and endless speculation about whether he is the only one out there or whether we’re threatened by others like his kind.”
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DC Entertainment has revealed a new trailer and website, giving us plenty more details on their upcoming streaming service, The DC Universe. The service will feature original programming, such as Titans, Swamp Thing, and Harley Quinn, as well as all past animated and live-action DC films and television series, and even include a comic reader giving fans first access to the latest DC Comics releases.
The beta sign-up is officially open on the website, so head over and get signed up for your chance to be the first to give it a try.
Director Patty Jenkins has taken to Twitter to share yet another look at the upcoming Wonder Woman 1984, this time spotlighting Kristen Wiig’s Barbara Ann Minerva, who will eventually become Wonder Woman’s arch-rival, Cheetah. She’s sporting some very 80’s inspired clothing, and looks fantastic, adding even more excitement to this upcoming film.
Everything we’ve seen from Wonder Woman 1984 has looked fantastic and I can’t help but be more and more excited by the changes taking place within the DC Universe.
James Wan (Aquaman, Insidious) is set to co-direct the upcoming Pilot episode of the DC Universe streaming adaptation for Swamp Thing, alongside TV genre veteran, Deran Sarafian. Sarafian’s directing credits include shows like Buffy the Vampire Slayer, House, and Fringe.
With directors for the pilot set, we should hear casting for the adaptation very soon, with details already released from casting sheets.
That Hashtag Show is reporting that Frasier and Transformers: The Last Knight star, Kelsey Grammer, is being eyed to take on the role of The Chief for the DC Universe upcoming adaptation of Doom Patrol. The casting is still in early talks, but that would certainly be some fantastic casting for a very deep character.
Eccentric, brilliant, paternal, and mysterious. The Chief is a noted scientist, wealthy investor and, of course, leader of The Doom Patrol. The Chief rescued each member of his team from horrific accidents, nurtured them to health, resuscitated their self-esteem and sent them into the world to defend a populace that sees them as little more than freaks. His disarming manner does little to conceal a steely determination and unwavering devotion to defending Earth from Evil’s oddest entities.
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Warner Bros. is on a mission with Wonder Woman 1984. They know they have something special here, and they’re determined to make sure you know it. After releasing the first official stills last week, they’ve now officially released a first look at Gal Gadot’s breathtaking new costume as Wonder Woman.
The new costume is vibrant, and bright. Representing quite the shift for the upcoming film, and the slate of DC Entertainment films in the pipeline. Hit the jump to check out the picture in full.
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Aquaman director, James Wan, took to Twitter this afternoon to reveal an all-new logo for his upcoming DC Entertainment adaptation, and it’s quite a bit different from DC’s usual fare with brightness and crystal being the star here. Additionally, he revealed that we’ll see the first trailer for the film at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, starting on July 19th.
Aquaman will be joined at SDCC by Wonder Woman 1984, and Shazam! – both films are due out next year, so expect Warner Bros. to have a big showing in Hall H this year. Aquaman hits theaters on December 21st.
Entertainment Weekly has revealed a few new looks at this December’s Aquaman from DC Entertainment, and it looks fantastic. One of the many new stills reveals Aquaman nemesis, Black Manta (shown above), and you can hit the jump to see several more stills from the film, as well as two new covers.
The Aquaman cast includes Jason Momoa (Justice League) as the titular King of Atlantis, with Amber Heard as his wife Mera, Willem Dafoe as Nuidis Vulko, Temuera Morrison as Tom Curry, Dolph Lundgren as King Nereus, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as Black Manta, Ludi Lin as Murk, Patrick Wilson as King Orm/Ocean Master, Academy Award winner Nicole Kidman as Atlanna.
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To celebrate the start of production on Wonder Woman 1984, director Patty Jenkins, and star Gal Gadot, have both released new stills from the film, spotlighting not only its new 1980’s setting, but the return of Steve Trevor, played by Chris Pine!
The stills come as quite the surprise, even showing that Steve Trevor had ages since the first film, creating the possibility of him surviving. Hit the jump to check out the other still image, and full official press release from Warner Bros.
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