Jeremy Irons Agrees With Everyone That ‘Batman v Superman’ Was Overstuffed
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It’s hard to argue that Jeremy Irons was one of the best parts of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice with him spending most of his time with another strong part of the film, Ben Affleck – who also co-wrote the script with fellow Argo writer Chris Terrio. With everything else pretty much a mess, it was hard to see the cast have to answer questions about the flaws and criticisms, especially Affleck who didn’t look all too pleased. But now that we are passed all of that and Justice League: Part One is starting to shoot, it is interesting to hear what the cast really has to say about the film.

Now Irons is opening up about how Batman v Superman deserves all the criticism it got after its release, but he remains optimistic about Justice League: Part One. More on the story below.

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Willem Dafoe Joins Fellow ‘Spider-Man’ Alum For ‘Justice League’
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Zack Snyder‘s Justice League: Part One is beginning to look a lot like a reunion for Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man. A couple of weeks back J.K. Simmons joined the cast of the DCEU ensemble film as Commissioner Gordon.

And now Willem Dafoe, who played the Norman Osborn aka Green Goblin both in body and spirit in all three of Raimi’s Spider-Man films, will also be joining the cast. Check out what his role will be below.

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J.K. Simmons Cast As Commissioner Gordon In Zack Snyder’s ‘Justice League’
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J.K. Simmons is no stranger to comic book movies. The actor has appeared in all three of Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man films as the brash loud mouth editor-in-chief, J. Jonah Jameson. He reprised the character in the animated Ultimate Spider-Man series. But now, it looks like he will play a leader of a different sort. According to reports, the actor has signed on to play Commissioner James Gordon in Zack Snyder‘s Justice League: Part One.

More on the story below.

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Geek Peek: ‘Justice League’ Concept Art Reveals First Look At Cyborg and The Flash
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It’s all about the synergy. In anticipation for the DC Films Presents: The Dawn of the Justice League special that is set to air on the CW at 9:30 PM EST this evening, Warner Bros. has released concept art that reveals a first look at the members of the titular Justice League, which features our very first look at Cyborg and The Flash.

Check out the concept art below.

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DC Rumors: Batman Solo Movie; Chris Pine As One Of Two Green Lanterns

The usually reliable Latino Review is reporting on some interesting new rumors surrounding Warner Brothers’ long-term plans for the expanded cinematic universe it is creating based on DC Comics’ stable of iconic superheroes.

The first is that Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice star Ben Affleck will possibly both direct and star in The Batman, a reboot of the Dark Knight franchise. His Oscar-winning Argo scribe Chris Terrio (who also worked on the scripts for Dawn of Justice and the studio’s Justice League feature — the latter of which will be released in two parts with the first tentatively scheduled for a late 2017 release and the second for the summer of 2019) will write the script for a possible November 2018 theatrical release. This would put the most popular DC character in direct conflict with Marvel Studios’ eagerly awaited Captain Marvel, which will be their first female-headed blockbuster event.

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