Justice League Dark
[Movies] Teen Titans: The Judas Contract finally getting the animated adaptation we were promised #SDCC
Several years ago we were told the classic Teen Titans: The Judas Contract would be adapted into a Warner Bros. animated movie. The flick was pushed to the back burner, but now, it’s happening, and on the way in 2017.
In an interview with The Guardian auteur Guillermo Del Toro spoke about his upcoming film Crimson Peak (hitting cinemas on Friday), and his inclination to work on more films like that, rather than pursuing Pacific Rim 2 or Justice League Dark both of which have been in developmental Hell at their respective studios. “What I can tell you quite safely is, I don’t intend to keep on doing big, giant Hollywood movies for much longer. ‘Crimson Peak’ is a great permit for me to work on a smaller scale. I mean, it’s big for a drama, but it’s a much smaller undertaking than ‘Pacific
This Justice League Dark fan film gives fans a peek at what Guillermo del Toro’s possible project could be like. Pay special attention to Deadman (Bryan Jewell) – he’s the best part of the whole thing! This Justice League Dark fan film has a lot of good ideas in it’s 11 minutes and definitely the special effects knowledge to pull off this kind of story. Justice League Dark fan film by: One Riot One Ranger Productions Directed by: Kevin Housand and Charles Winston Propst Starring: Andrew Love, Emily Neves and Bryan Jewell Written by: Charles Propst One Riot One Ragner
What happens when three super groups bump into each other? As Bugs Bunny would say, “Of course you realize, this means war!” This series focuses on the woman who may be behind the Trinity War!
Guillermo del Toro has a potential large blockbuster on his hands in the form of Pacific Rim , but he also is in the incredibly early pre-production stage for a project that is now being referred to as Justice League Dark. Take the jump for all the new information.
Halloween season may be over, but one last bit of spookiness awaits readers of DC’s Justice League Dark. That’s right, it’s DC’s resident Ghostbusters wrapping up their quest to capture the most powerful magical artifacts in the DC Universe, the Books of Magic. Major Spoilers has your review of JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK ANNUAL #1, after the jump…
Spurned by Wonder Woman, Steve Trevor has apparently decided to mix it up with another Justice League, and so far it hasn’t gone so well for him. Timothy Hunter is revealed, Zatanna’s slinging the retrograde spells, John Constantine’s smoking and Deadman is… Well, dead. Will Faust truly be triumphant, or will the Justice League Dark manage to foil his fiendish plot? Major Spoilers opens the cover to find out!
Or – “It Can’t Rain All The Time…” After the threat of the Enchantress and the vampire war, John Constantine’s team is short a few members and facing a greater threat than ever. Will a little new blood (both figuratively and literally) get things back on track?
DC Comics has announced that Jeff Lemire will become the writer of the Justice League Dark series beginning with issue nine.
Shade the Changing Man, fresh off his Secret Seven appearance in Flashpoint, gets called away from his magical blow-up doll to put together yet another rag-tag team of supernatural superheroes, this time to stop a particularly creepy looking and emaciated Enchantress.