Teen Titans, Batman and Harley Quinn animated films coming
Warner Bros. Animation confirmed its next three DC Universe Original Movies at the San Diego Comic-Con during the Batman: The Killing Joke premiere panel.
Teen Titans: The Judas Contract, the popular “New Teen Titans” storyline by Marv Wolfman and George Perez, will be adapted into a feature length animated film in 2017.
This week at San Diego Comic-Con, IGN got the chance to chat with Matt Stone and Trey Parker to discuss The Book of Mormon movie that was first announced three years ago. According to the South Park creators, it might be quite a while before the project ever comes to fruition, as the two are "in no hurry" to get the film made.
Check out our full Q&A with Parker and Stone below, where the pair also discuss the possibility of another South Park movie.
IGN: What's up with the Book of Mormon movie?
Check out 75 exclusive shots in our Comic-Con 2016 cosplay gallery!
ComingSoon.net and SuperHeroHype are attending the annual Comic-Con International: San Diego and we have new photos from the convention. We will have more 2016 Comic-Con photos to share throughout the weekend, including cosplay, official promo material, floor pics and more, so stay tuned to our Comic-Con Hub!
We’ve already posted a few Comic-Con 2016 cosplay photos alongside images from the exhibit hall floor and now, in the gallery viewer below, you can check out more pictures from the convention.
Comic-Con International: San Diego returned to the San Diego Convention Center in 2016, beginning with Preview Night on Wednesday, July 20 with the four days of the event running Thursday, July 21 through Sunday, July 24, 2016.
Fourteen Months After AGE OF ULTRON, Joss Whedon Offers Hints About His Next Movie!!
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I am – Hercules!!
“When I finish in a couple of months, the studios will get together for a bidding war or an intervention,” Joss Whedon told a Comic Con audience Friday.
Whedon, who wrote and directed the two highest-grossing Marvel movies ever, says his latest screenplay is:
1) Historical fiction; and
2) Not an adaptation.
Whedon said the project drew at least some inspiration from director Nicolas Lopez’ 2012 Chilean thriller “Aftershock,” starring Eli Roth as an American caught with locals in a devastating South American earthquake.