The Flash has gone through one of the worst productions in history. Huge delays due to the Covid-19 epidemic, numerous reshoots, and a great deal of controversy spawning from Ezra Miller's heinous behavior haven't really improved the film's chances, so this might just turn into a classic Warner Bros. remake, only to have huge chunks of the film deleted.
Avatar: The Way of Water, the film that was suggested as the original cut of The Flash, debunks the Brave and the Bold rumors. The filmmaker maintains his innocence and unwavering determination at the box office.
Fans are pouring one out for what they almost had in The Flash's original version.
The Flash will no longer be eligible to direct his Justice League sequels, yet we did get one in the original version of The Flash, which included Gal Gadot, Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, and even Jason Momoa. While Wonder Woman will probably still be in the film, Warner Bros. would have benefited from that marketing opportunity.
James Gunn's dog leads the director to debunk a major The Brave and the Bold rumor.
Even when he's doing something as minor as tweeting a picture of his dog on Twitter, people had more questions about the upcoming cinematic universe, and Gunn, being the cool geek he is, answered them by disproving a few statements about The Brave and the Bold. Yes, the new Caped Crusader will be a completely different actor.
Avatar: The Way of Water and Titanic are, quite literally, battling it out in theaters for the third-highest-grossing film of all time.
James Cameron, the absolute mad man, is witnessing two of his best-grossing movies. Titanic is 25 years old, so the globally famous disaster masterpiece is returning in theaters again in celebration of Rose and Jack's eternal love. The Way of Water is also falling behind by only a smidge, so the Na'vi may be competing for Titanic's throne in a few days.
The Flash teaser has a lot of unexpected moments and oblique references, but we didn't anticipate to see these characters until the film was released.
As part of the Super Bowl festivities, the Flash trailer finally premiered today, and we got a peek at Michael Keaton's long-anticipated return as the Dark Knight. What's even more exciting, though, is the fact that the film will feature two Barry Allens who will work side by side to save the world from collapsing. The new Supergirl made her debut, though there's still no sign of the Justice League.
The Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3 teaser is once again ecstatic with fans and hinting towards the end for the team.
The next trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 repeats the idea that this is the final GotG entry, but also a story overwrought with tragedy, with Star-Lord and Groot fighting for their lives, Drax going absolutely berserk on a bunch of unknown aliens, and Nebula carrying Peter's body. Rocket will also get the backstory he's always deserved, so we positively look forward to seeing the film on May 5.