Joel Schumacher and the Non-Crisis of Infinite Batmans

Joel Schumacher and the Non-Crisis of Infinite Batmans

Midway through 2014’s Neighbors, thirtysomething Seth Rogen asks Zac Efron, who plays college frat star Teddy Sanders, “Who is Batman to you?” Without missing a beat, Teddy replies, “Christian Bale,” a clear indication that he grew up on the Dark Knight films of Christopher Nolan.

The Stranger Things Season 4 Trailer Is Full of Surprises

The Stranger Things Season 4 Trailer Is Full of Surprises

Today might be a holiday in the US, but that doesn't mean there's not plenty of news to get through, including some updates on Stranger Things and The Batman.Here’s the First Stranger Things Season 4 Trailer.

Amazon's The Boys Tests the Limits of Superhero Fatigue

Amazon's The Boys Tests the Limits of Superhero Fatigue

The 10-episode show, adapted from Garth Ennis' comic book, has scant regard for big-H Heroes, or for the corporate empires that have managed to turn them into movie stars. Heroes became assholes in a series of book-to-screen projects, from Watchmen to Kick-Ass to Wanted to Powers .

The 14 Best Comic Book Movies You Can Stream Right Now

The 14 Best Comic Book Movies You Can Stream Right Now

That box office total will only get bigger once Avengers: Endgame arrives in theaters on Friday, but that’s just one of the highly-anticipated comic book movies hitting the big screen in 2019: Dark Phoenix , Spider-Man: Far From Home , and Joker are all coming for your hard-earned money this year, too.

The Batman Will Hit Theaters in 2021—Minus Ben Affleck

The Batman Will Hit Theaters in 2021—Minus Ben Affleck

This week: Batman gets a release date, Oscar Isaac might be going to Dune , Universal has a new plan for its monster mashup, and Zack Snyder is going back to making zombie flicks.

Henry Cavill Flying Away Is an Opportunity for DC to Start Over

Henry Cavill Flying Away Is an Opportunity for DC to Start Over

Henry Cavill Flying Away Is an Opportunity for DC to Start OverHenry Cavill is reportedly not going to star in any more DC Comics-based films.Tolga Akmen/Anadolu Agency/Getty ImagesThe latest death of Superman is upon us: Henry Cavill, the English-born actor who’s played the Man of Steel in three movies, is reportedly leaving the DC Universe.