Ray Fisher is out of the 2022 DC Extended Universe film “The Flash” after publicly declaring he would never work with DC Films’ head Walter Hamada.
What happened: The 33-year-old “Justice League” actor called out Hamada on Dec. 31 following a Sept. 4 New York Times profile, where he talked about the future of the DCEU and revealed their ambitious six-films-a-year plan, according to IndieWire.
Director James Wan has criticized the Academy of Motion Arts for excluding his blockbuster hit film “Aquaman” on its award shortlist for the best visual effects.
Wan has called the snub a “f**king disgrace” in a response to a Facebook comment by Kelvin McIlwain, the visual effects supervisor on the DC superhero movie.
Warner Bros.’ “Aquaman” swam to a record $93.6 million opening in China over the weekend.
The release surpassed “Ready Player One” by 66% to become the largest debut of the studio in the country.
Just before his passing last week, Stan Lee unveiled his last superhero — a badass Chinese female entertainer and crimefighter named Jewel.
Stan Lee, the legendary comic book creator at the helm of Marvel Comics, passed away on the morning of Nov. 12 at age 95.
Alongside artists Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko, Lee was well-known for creating many of the most iconic characters in the Marvel universe, including but not limited to Spider-Man, the Hulk, Thor and Iron Man.
A new Marvel superhero movie starring a Korean-American character is reportedly in the works at Sony Pictures.
Cindy Moon, who first appeared in 2014’s “The Amazing Spider-Man #1,” is a student in Peter Parker’s class present in the public demonstration of the safe handling of nuclear laboratory waste materials.
Thuy will play Grace Choi, a bartender who becomes the love interest of Anissa Pierce (Nafessa Williams), the daughter of Black Lightning (Cress Williams). In the comics, she has superhuman strength, durability, speed, stamina and accelerated healing due to her Amazonian ancestry.