Downloadable content is a huge part of the gaming industry, with game like Borderlands 2 releasing new content over a year after the initial game launched. It comes as no surprise that Batman: Arkham Origins will have DLC also, but what might be surprising is that players won’t be controlling Batman through this extra content.
It’s time for another roundup of rumors and short bits of information coming out of Tinsel Town. This week, it’s all about Fast and Furious, more movies from DC Comics and Warner Bros., Doctor Who, and drones delivering your trade paperbacks.
Variety broke news last night that Matt Damon and Ben Affleck are producing a comic book movie for Warner Bros.
Warner Bros. is gearing up for the big Man of Steel release next week (November 12, 2013), and to get you even more interested in the film, they’ve released an infographic outlining things you may or may not have known about Krypton.
Over the weekend, two more television commercials for the upcoming The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug have arrived, that you can check out, after the jump.
You may have noticed that Beware the Batman wasn’t on your list of shows this week. That’s because the show isn’t on Cartoon Network anymore. Weird, huh? Beware the Batman began airing just over three months ago, and already it’s been yanked.
The ultimate rogue’s gallery takes center stage when Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (WBHE) releases the new full-length documentary Necessary Evil: Super-Villains of DC Comics on October 25, 2013 as a Blu-ray Combo Pack.
Necessary Evil: Super-Villains of DC Comics kicked off Opening Night festivities of New York Comic Con with a standing-room-only World Premiere of the documentary on Thursday, October 10, the crowd enthusiastically applauding the film’s first public screening.
Late last week it came out that Zack Synder and company would be filming a few of their first scenes from the upcoming Man of Steel: Batman Boogaloo during the halftime of a football game. Both a description of what took place and a video have been uploaded to the Internet for us all to scrutinize over.
We’ve mentioned it several times on the site and the Major Spoilers Podcast since it was announced at the San Diego Comic Con, and instead of waiting for it to air on the Cartoon Network, Warner Bros. and DC Comics has released the animated short online for all to see.
What did you think? Did it live up to the hype? Does it pay homage to the Man of Steel?
When Zack Snyder announced the sequel to Man of Steel, fans didn’t realize how far along the pre-production process was. We know Ben Affleck has been cast as Batman, with Henry Cavill returning as Superman, but what we didn’t know was parts of the film will begin shooting this weekend in Los Angeles.
Can’t wait for Warner Bros. to get a Wonder Woman movie in theaters? She might appear in the next Man of Steel movie, but it looks like we’ll all have to check out fan films featuring the Amazon warrior in order to get our fill.