Yup, there is, in fact, a Zack Snyder cut of Justice League – and HBO Max will premiere it exclusively.
A group of former Special Forces operatives reunite to plan a heist in a sparsely populated multi-border zone of South America. For the first time in their prestigious careers these unsung heroes undertake this dangerous mission for self instead of country.
Triple Frontier stars Ben Affleck, Adria Arjona, Garrett Hedlund, Charlie Hunnam, Oscar Isaac and Pedro Pascal – and will premiere on Netflix and in select theaters in March.
Check out the trailer below.
Warner Brothers has done something no one would have predicted a year ago – released to good-to-great superheroes inside a calendar year. (No, they’re nowhere near Marvel consistently, but they’re moving in the right direction.)
Justice League maintains the portentous/brutalist look that director Zack Snyder set for the DCEU, but following the few faint glimmerings of wit in Suicide Squad and Batman v Superman – and the wit, charm and adventure of Wonder Woman – the film maintains the levels of danger and conflict from earlier DCEU films while making a point of balancing its darkness with genuine fun.
Earlier today, Warner Bros. dropped the final trailer for Justice League.
It still has the kind of ponderous feel of a Zack Snyder film, but is leavened with some very potent humor (personally, I’m going to see Justice League for Aquaman’s somewhat flip attitude and zest for battle, alongside The Flash’s geeky awe and enthusiasm).
Justice league opens on November 17th.
Warner Bros. Pictures unleashed (and that is the correct word) a new Justice League trailer at SDCC 2017 earlier today.
It sets up Steppenwolf as the villain (has the invasion from Apokalips begun?) and gives us a really good look at our heroes – Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg, and The Flash (Aquaman’s moment is particularly invigorating).
Also, more humor.
Justice League opens on November 17th.
Warner Bros. has released a couple snippets of film to tease the release of the first trailer of Justice League on Saturday – one featuring Aquaman (Jason Momoa) and one featuring Batman (Ben Affleck).
Justice League opens on November 17th.
Matt Reeves has signed on the dotted line and will direct the next standalone Batman film, The Batman, starring Ben Affleck.
It’s an excellent choice as Reeves can handle horror-suspense (Let Me In), and big budget action-adventure (Dawn of the Planet of the Apes).
Christian Wolff is a master accountant who uncooks the books for clients varying from mob fronts to cutting edge technology providers. He is also somewhere on the high functioning autism spectrum/scale – which makes his other very particular set of skills somewhat unexpected.
As any long time Batman fan can tell you, Batman has a number of suits beyond the standard scare-the-crap-outta-the-bad-guys-night-time-avenger uniform. There are suits for deep sea, outer space and many more.
Zack Snyder has just revealed a new Batsuit from Justice League and it looks like a serious tactical suit – sporting goggles and much heavier looking armor. In short, it’s kinda bad@$$. Check it out after the break.
When told by a beautiful woman that she doesn’t know if he can be cruel enough to excel at his chosen, highly illegal career, Joe Coughlin replies, ‘Powerful men don’t have to be cruel.’
Written, directed, produced by and starring Ben Affleck, Live By Night is a crime thriller set in the Boston of the 1920s. It’s also Affleck’s return to the work of Dennis Lehane (Gone Baby Gone).
The first trailer has dropped for Live By Night. You can cehck it out after the break. Live By Night will be in theaters on January 13th, 2017.
A second, more character driven for Warner Bros.’ The Accountant has been released that showcases Christian Wolff, Ben Affleck’s math savant freelance accountant to the rich and evil – who also appears to be a dab hand with a sniper rifle.
The Accountant also stars J.K. Simmons and Anna Kendrick. It opens on October 14th.