1960’s Batman stars Adam West, Burt Ward, and Julie Newmar voice a new, feature-length animated movie. It’s kind of refreshing to have see their quirky, lighthearted take on the characters after the truly depressing Bats we’ve been dealing with on the big screen lately.
“Now who’s the villain Flash?!” My name is Barry Allen, and I messed up big time. Unable to let go of his tragic past, Barry uses his super speed to change his childhood. He got the present that he wanted, but he literally created a whole new world to get it.
Our first look at DC’s upcoming superteam flick has more laughs than all of Zack Snyder’s other movies combined. Perhaps the studio asked him to lighten up. It’s also got Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Cyborg, and The Flash – though Supes is still nowhere to be seen.
“We’re bad guys! It’s what we do.” The latest
Guardians of the Suicide Squad trailer introduces its villains, er, heroes, but the most important part is that it’s broadcasting one thing: fun. DC finally seems to be bursting through its grimdark phase.
Even Batman and Superman’s earthly alter egos dislike each other, but they will have to work together to defeat a terrifying threat. The main characters of Zack Snyder’s Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice make themselves known in this new trailer.
DC Comics’ video presents all of the characters who became part of the Justice League, from Superman and other fan favorites to obscure ones like General Glory. It’s also proof that it’s hard to come up with cool character names.
The first look at Zack Snyder’s battle between The Dark Knight and Superman doesn’t do much to explain why they’re at each other’s throats, but it paints a sufficiently bleak picture of the world for Affleck and Cavill to face off within.
The trailer for the upcoming TV series Gotham shows Ben McKenzie (The O.C., Southland) as a young Jim Gordon making his way through the dangerously corrupt city that gives rise to some of the greatest villains and vigilantes.