Matt Reeves Steps In To Direct "The Batman""Cloverfield" director Matt Reeves has stepped in to direct "The Batman" for Warner Bros. just a few weeks after star Ben Affleck left the post. Reeves will also produce the superhero film.
Ben Affleck No Longer Directing New Batman MovieBen Affleck is no longer directing the Batman standalone movie, but he will continue to produce and star in the film. In a statement, Affleck said that it "has become clear that I cannot do both jobs to the level they require."
"The Flash" Movie Loses Director Rick FamuyiwaThe Warner Bros. and DC Comics film "The Flash" has hit a roadblock. Rick Famuyiwa on Monday said in a statement that he and the studio could not "come together creatively" on the project.
New 'Joker' Ride Coming To Six Flags Over TexasSix Flags Over Texas already has rides based on DC Comics characters like Superman, Batman, Catwoman and The Riddler. But perhaps the biggest villain of them all has been strangely missing -- until now.
Critically Panned "Suicide Squad" Has Big Preview NightThe baddies of "Suicide Squad" are getting pummeled by critics, but they're fighting back at the box office. The film took in an estimated $20.5 million in Thursday preview showings.
Viral Video: Marvel vs DC Epic BattleTwo comic book companies are going at each other trying to find the biggest box office. That’s Marvel and DC. What would happen if those universes collided head to head with each other?
Viral Video: Justice League Makes Debut At Comic ConSan Diego Comic Con gave us a peek into what DC Comics is planning for the next year.
Ben Affleck To Direct Himself In Next Batman MovieBen Affleck will direct a standalone Batman movie, said Warner Bros. chairman and CEO Kevin Tsujihara. Affleck portrayed the caped crusader in this year's "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice."
Melissa McCarthy Takes Over Box Office Like A "Boss"Step aside, Batman and Superman. Melissa McCarthy is "The Boss" at the box office now. Her latest comedy topped the DC Comics outing at the weekend box office with a $23.5 million debut.
"Batman V Superman" Falls 68 Percent In 2nd WeekendWord of mouth might be kryptonite for "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice," which fell a steep 68 percent in its second weekend in theaters. The superhero pic earned an estimated $52.4 million over the weekend.
Batman & Superman Open Big Despite Bad ReviewsFaster than a speeding bullet and impervious to lousy reviews, the superhero faceoff "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" rebounded after a smack down from critics to debut with a massive $170 million in North America.
Viral Video: Trailer For DC Comic's 'Suicide Squad'It’s a bunch of DC villains that have an assignment by the federal government to do something good. Imagine the Joker as a hero?!