Here is Jared Leto as The Joker, gracing the front cover of Empire:
This month’s Total Film magazine features Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Check out the cover:
It’s been reported by Deadline that Ben Affleck and Geoff Johns will co-write the Batman solo, supposedly titled The Batman.
Affleck is also reported to be directing his solo film rumored for a 2018 release. Matt Reeves (War of the Planet of the Apes) will direct the solo film and will rewrite what Affleck and Johns had done. Although I don’t know what story line/characters it would involve, a lot of fans are hoping for a Under the Hood or Court of Owls film, but I guess we’ll see…
Sorry I am a bit late on my quick review for the sequel to The Maze Runner but here it is!
I’ll be honest, I read the entire series and I didn’t think the sequels were as good as the first book. I actually did like the movie, however. It strays from the book and scenes are altered (so if you aren’t into that, you should probably not watch it). The movie’s pace is a little off at the beginning but it gets better halfway through. A problem I had was the way they ended the film, mainly because I read the book and it was changed. I think one issue the film faced was what the story was. We were left with a cliff hanger from the first movie in that the human race is practically wiped out and Earth is affected by the Flare. If you didn’t read the books, I think you’d be confused to certain elements of the story – the Flare and it’s effects on the human race needed more explanation, who Brenda and the rest of the gang were (and why are they not with the others), WCKD and Rat-Man. I do want to applaud the cinematography of the film as anytime the camera was panned out and showed a landscape view of the group’s journey it was quite amazing. The scene in the desert when the gun shot went off, the storm they were caught in…I think that was actually one of the better parts of the movie which is saying something. Hopefully, the final movie can find it’s place again in the Maze Runner story.
The Flash’s first solo film has been having a lot of behind-the-scenes trouble from the constant change in screenwriters and directors. From Chris Miller & Phil Lord to Seth-Grahame Smith to Rick Famuyiwa, it seems the film is finally starting to take shape as at SDCC ’17 it was announced that the solo film will indeed be Flashpoint. And with that, who better than the rumored favorite Robert Zemeckis, aka the director behind Back to the Future. But for now, all that is confirmed is Ezra Miller, Kiersey Clemons, and Billy Crudup as Barry Allen, Iris West, and Henry Allen.