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All of the DC Comics movies in the works after ‘Aquaman,’ including a ‘Suicide Squad’ sequel from James Gunn
Here are all of the DC Comics movies that have been confirmed or reported following "Aquaman."
DC Universe’s first original series — ‘Titans’ — is a dark reimagining of a classic superhero team that’s bound to...
The DC Universe streaming service is set to launch its first original series on October 12 called "Titans." It's a dark reimagining of a classic superhero team, and fans will either like it or hate it.
DC’s gritty live-action ‘Titans’ show is nothing like the beloved cartoon — and that’s not a bad thing
The first series launched for DC's streaming service, DC Universe, is a dark take on the Teen Titans. It's completely different from the beloved cartoon series but with familiar characters.
A DC Comics exec gave us a rundown of its upcoming streaming service, and addressed the controversy over the violent ‘Titans’ trailer
DC announced Wednesday the launch date for its DC Universe streaming service, as well as the release date for its first original show, "Titans." DC CCO Jim Lee spoke to Business Insider about how DC Universe is different from other streaming services, and addressed the "Titans" controversy.
Fans can now pre-order DC Universe, an upcoming streaming service that will offer original programs, digital comic books, the first two seasons of "Batman: The Animated Series," and more.
You can sign up now to test DC’s new streaming service, which will debut original TV shows and movies based on its comics
Warner Bros. Digital Networks and DC Entertainment said that fans can now sign up for a chance to access the beta version of DC Universe, an upcoming streaming service that will offer original programs, digital comic books, and the first two seasons of "Batman: The Animated Series."
The next Batman movie reportedly features a young version of the superhero, so Ben Affleck is likely done
The Hollywood Reporter reports that director Matt Reeves' script for "The Batman" features a young version of the character, meaning Ben Affleck probably would not return as the Caped Crusader.
Warner Bros. has confirmed the title for the "Wonder Woman" sequel and that a character we didn't think we'd see again will return. Here's everything else we know about the movie.
The "Wonder Woman" sequel will take place during the Cold War in the 1980s, with Diana facing off against the Soviet Union.