Is Wonder Woman Another DC Disaster?

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By Danny F. Santos (doddleNEWS) Things are starting to look grim for the upcoming Wonder Woman film starring Gal Gadot, and the DC Extended Universe in general. Of all the movies that DC and Warner Bros. needed to get right it is this one. Unfortunately, according to Schmoes Know Show an … [Read more...]

Author Steve Alten Talks Meg Film Adaptation

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By Danny F. Santos (doddleNEWS) Shark films have become a bit of a punching bag for horror movies, with the Sharknado films, as well as other straight-to-video movies. Still, there's no denying that killer sharks are popular, and the best-selling novel Meg is headed to the big screen to bring … [Read more...]

Wonder Woman Villain Revealed, Plus New Plot Details

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By Danny F. Santos (doddleNEWS) Spoilers for Wonder Woman to follow! You have been warned! Wonder Woman has a lot riding on it for not only the DC Extended Universe, but for comic book films in general. This is the first solo led female superhero comic book movie, and a litmus test to see how … [Read more...]

Ben Affleck: The Batman Is ‘Ahead Of The Curve’

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By Danny F. Santos (doddleNEWS) What's going on with Ben Affleck's The Batman? At this point your guess is as good as mine. After it looked like everything was going well for the upcoming film, Affleck backtracked to the point of saying he wouldn't even make the film if he didn't think it would be … [Read more...]

Here’s the Second International Wonder Woman Trailer

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By Danny F. Santos (doddleNEWS) So far the DC Extended Universe has been critically panned, and while much of the audience give it more favorable reviews for the films, they are still no where near being as golden as anything Marvel Studios has produced yet. Last summer fans were hoping that … [Read more...]

Ben Affleck Claims The Batman Has ‘No Script,’ And Won’t Direct Unless It’s ‘Great’

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By Mark Hodge (doddleNEWS) Ben Affleck has revealed The Batman still has “no script” and that he won't direct the picture if the screenplay isn't “really great.” The Oscar winning director is scheduled to helm the first standalone Dark Knight movie since Christopher Nolan's seminal … [Read more...]

Justice League Producer Charles Roven Discusses DC Extended Universe

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By Danny F. Santos (doddleNEWS) Things are going to be ramping up for the DC Extended Universe next year with both Wonder Woman and Justice League set to hit the big screen. There is a lot riding on these movies to deliver not only at the box office, but the ever elusive critical praise that has … [Read more...]

Studios Talking with Theaters About a 17-Day Theatrical Release Window

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By Danny F. Santos (doddleNEWS) Earlier this month, we reported that Apple was lobbying Hollywood studios for earlier access to movies via their iTunes platform. It seemed that Hollywood was open to the idea, and now we're beginning to get some news that biggest obstacles to a deal — namely the … [Read more...]

Will Smith Could Return as Deadshot in Gotham City Sirens

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By Danny F. Santos (doddleNEWS) Recently it was announced that Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn spinoff from Suicide Squad is in fact Gotham City Sirens. More than that, Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment have hired Suicide Squad director David Ayer to helm the project. All we know for sure about … [Read more...]

Ryan Reynolds Explains Why Deadpool Succeeded and Green Lantern Failed

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By Danny F. Santos (doddleNEWS) Green Lantern (2011) was a movie that was wrong on so many different levels. The casting of Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively was wrong, the tone was all over the place, and that CGI suit was — I don't even want to think about the suit. I could go all day with … [Read more...]

Walton Goggins Talks Playing the Villain in the Tomb Raider Reboot

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By Danny F. Santos (doddleNEWS) I wasn't particularly impressed with the Angelina Jolie led Tomb Raider films, nor am I a gamer. That said, I'm very intrigued by the upcoming reboot starring Alicia Vikander. Partially because of what I've seen when the video games were rebooted, and partially … [Read more...]

David Ayer to Direct Harley Quinn Spinoff, Other Villain Films In Works

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By Danny F. Santos (doddleNEWS) It seems that Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment are tripling down on their DC villains as part of the DC Extended Universe films. Specifically for the Margot Robbie/ Harley Quinn-led all female spinoff film, Gotham City Sirens. We've known that Warners was … [Read more...]

Ben Affleck’s Batman Delays Zack Snyder’s Justice League 2

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By Danny F. Santos (doddleNEWS) Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment are still working out the kinks of their DC Extended Universe films. So far, all three released films have been critically panned, and they seem to get worse and worse after every release. There's a definite hope that Patty … [Read more...]

Apple In Talks For Early Access To Hollywood Movies On iTunes

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By Danny F. Santos (doddleNEWS) I love watching films in the theater. Call me old school, but there is something about heading out to the nearby cinema, sitting down with overpriced popcorn and beer (or soda) just to watch what new films Hollywood has to offer. On the flip side, I live in Canada, … [Read more...]

Warner Bros. Eyeing July 2018 Release For Ben Affleck’s The Batman

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By Mark Hodge (doddleNEWS) While the release date for Ben Affleck's The Batman hasn't been confirmed – it seems July 2018 is a likely bet. Warner Bros. originally scheduled Aquaman for July 27, 2018, but has since moved it to October 5 of that year. The studio has confirmed that the slot … [Read more...]

Tomb Raider’s Reboot Will Have Lara Croft Search for Her Father

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By Danny F. Santos (doddleNEWS) I was never a big fan of the Tomb Raider games, although I'm a huge fan of swashbuckling adventure films. That's probably why I gave the Angelina Jolie film a shot when it premiered back in 2001 — but the less we say about that adaptation the better (and its … [Read more...]