Here’s more proof that corporate-dominated dystopias are the new zombies. Syfy has greenlit a new show being produced by Matt Damon and Ben Affleck. And Incorporated is set in a near future where corporations hold all the power. Which, to be fair, doesn’t sound that much different than the world we live in.
Admit it. The first time you watched the trailer for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, you fell in love with the Frank Miller-inspired, armored version of Batman. I know I did, and now Hot Toys is making me drool with their latest creation.
Kevin Smith’s Dogma is a star-studded, religious themed, highly offensive, violent and gross R-rated road trip comedy about a descendant of Jesus Christ saving the world from two fallen angels. That madcap collection of ideas worked on me as a teenager. Now, not so much.
When a big movie is released in theaters, all the other studios take advantage of the attendance bump with new trailers, posters and more. One of 2016’s biggest films, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, already has the trailer and now there are posters too.
So that happened. After years of intense secrecy around Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, the latest trailer went from 0 to 100 in terms of spoilers. Not only did the trailer show the reveal of Wonder Woman, but it even introduced the film’s big bad guy: Doomsday. Here’s what we learned.
We’re still several months away from meeting our newest big screen Batman, but rumors are already surfacing about what Ben Affleck’s Dark Knight may be up to in his first solo outing. The good news is that these newest rumors happen to pretty plausible.
Two years ago, when Ben Affleck was cast as Batman, no one would’ve guessed it could come to this. A new rumor says the studio is so excited about his performance in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, they want more of him in the film.
Warner Brothers recently held a well-received screening of Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice for the crew and studio. Based on his performance as Batman/Bruce Wayne, it’s looking like Ben Affleck commitment to direct a stand-alone Batman film will be expanded to a trilogy.
The recent Suicide Squad footage gave us a glimpse of Batman’s cameo in the film—but there’s even more to it than we realized. A new interview with Batman v Superman director Zack Snyder and his collaborators has revealed a lot more about how these films will connect up.
It’s been rumored for a while, but now Warner Bros. has finally
managed to roll a big enough wheelbarrow full of cash convinced Oscar-winning director Ben Affleck to direct and star in the first new stand-alone Batman movie of the new DC cinematic universe, from a script by DC Comics’ Geoff Johns.
We’ve seen a few promo shots and lots of paparazzi shots but now, for the first time, photos from the actual movie Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice are online.
When Warner Bros. hired Oscar-winner Ben Affleck to play Batman, it was pretty obvious they wanted more than his jawline. The latest rumor about the character is that Affleck both will star in and direct a November 2018 solo film called The Batman, written by Oscar-winning Argo writer Chris Terrio.
Poor Christian Bale. Even though he had known a new Batman was coming, he was still thrown by the announcement that Ben Affleck would play the part in Batman v. Superman.
Ben Affleck's 2012 film Argo was based on a real CIA mission to rescue six US diplomats from Tehran during the Iran hostage crisis, but some events were changed for the sake of narrative and drama. In a series of tweets, the CIA offers its own account of what's fact and what's movie fiction.
Remember this video? "Telekinetic Coffee Shop Surprise"? It was created by marketing company ThinkModo to promote the Carrie remake, and depicts an insane prank where a woman seems to have mind-over-matter powers. And now, they're making a sitcom along the same lines.
Syfy has announced yet another new TV series, and this time they're partnering up with Matt Damon and Ben Affleck for a futuristic spy show called Incorporated. But wait, it's not just Jason Bourne in the future.
Ben Affleck is supposedly playing an older, wiser Batman in Batman V. Superman, but how will the mature Bruce Wayne look onscreen? According to these photos from the film's set, mature means a touch of gray hair at the temples.
We loved Project Greenlight, Matt Damon and Ben Affleck's reality TV show centered around discovering new movie-making talent and then greenlighting a project around their new finds—all the while, filming the many disasters that inevitably follow any film production. And now it's back, but with one disappointing twist.
We already know that Ben Affleck's Batman from the up-and-coming Batman Vs. Superman is a supposed to be a jaded old Bruce Wayne who's a bit dried up, but still clever as a fox. And now a random tweet delivers even more information on Bruce Wayne's future lifestyle.
Now that Christian Bale has passed on the Bat-cowl to Ben Affleck, Access Hollywood asked the actor if he had given the new Dark Knight any advice regarding the role. Bale had, and his suggestions may surprise you — that is, unless you somehow guessed they were solely about peeing.