DC Comics had a massive fan event last Saturday where they unveiled a number of future projects and highlighted their commitments to diversity and to the fans.
Fan petitions, especially ones like Release the Ayer Cut that support filmmakers and their visions, are and will always be important.
One of the best parts about being a fan is coming up with your own theories and stories about the stories you love. But when does it go too far? That’s what I talk about in this episode of my podcast.
Movies based on DC Comics have always had trouble finding their own identity; figuring out what movies to make and with whom. Here are my ideas for the franchise.
There is, in each of us, a limit to the amount and type of violence we’ll accept in our entertainment. Where do we draw the line? And why? I also share my thoughts about Ben Affleck’s current situation, Kelly Marie Tran’s article in the New York Times, and more.
For the last decade, people have been saying DC should make movies the way Marvel makes them. But shouldn’t DC do things their own way, the way that’s worked for them for almost 80 years?
Wonder Woman is a phenomenal character who was created to be the equal of other superheroes, and time has proven that she is.
“Suicide Squad” is generally considered to be the weakest film in the DCEU continuity, mostly because of its unorthodox style of storytelling. But could that “weakness” actually be a strength?