After Joss Whedondropped out of directing Batgirl, there was a call to add a female voice to the film. So Warner Bros. has given us just that.
In light of Whedon’s exit, Christina Hodson, the writer of the upcoming Bumblebee Transformers spinoff and Birds of Prey, will now be penning the script for the latest DCEU title. Now let’s just hope it doesn’t become another title that stays in production hell. More on the story below.
Some things aren’t just meant to be. Despite making the jump from Marvel Studios to DCEU, it looks like Joss Whedon‘s vision for Batgirl won’t come true. It’s been confirmed that the Justice League director has exited the project, leaving Batgirl without a director. More on the story below.
So much for superhero fatigue. The genre continues to dominate at the box office and no matter which side of the studio you are on, as long as it is successful we will be getting more of these films.
But after a few missteps, WB is ready to do some course correction by hiring the right directors – or at least getting out of their way. In the latest inspiring hire, WB is close to a deal with Joss Whedon to write, direct, and produce Batgirl. Which seems fitting since he was working with DC on a Wonder Woman movie before Marvel snatched him up for two Avengers films. More on the story below.
Last weekend, Nicolas Winding Refn“˜s The Neon Demon opened in a limited number of theaters. While the box office numbers aren’t performing up to expectations based on indie standards, the director is not going to let low numbers keep him from making movies.
While he has been working on mostly smaller films, he is setting his sights on something a little bigger, namely a female superhero movie. According to a new report, Refn wants to direct a Batgirl movie. More on the story below.
Each and every week, I, “Man of Steel” Henchman21, and “Woman of Steel” Empress Eve read a lot of comics. Seriously you guys, a lot of comics. Maybe too many comics. I mean, it is possible”¦ theoretically. Naturally, we look forward to some more than others. I mean, who doesn’t? So, let’s take a look into the depths of our pull lists, grab some comics, and we’ll let YOU know what the top books to look forward to are for the week of June 19, 2013. Single issues and trades, they’re all here.
We’re already running behind and we don’t have a second to lose, so let’s get to the gangsters, angles, zombies, robots, aliens, and the rest of the stars of this weeks GoD List!