Director David Ayer has finally put to rest the long-standing rumor that Jared Leto’s Joker was originally meant to wear a Batman suit in Suicide Squad. This never-realized idea, as well as others both real and imagined, if taken together collectively, could be used to create an entire alternate version of Suicide Squad that might arguably be better than the real movie (though enough people liked the real movie to push it to $745 million at the worldwide box office).
Superman was never going to wear the Black Suit in Justice League, reveals VFX personnel who has connections with the film’s production. Since the Man of Steel bit the dust in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice after sacrificing himself to contain the Lex Luthor-made Doomsday, fans have already starting concocting their own theories as to how his resurrection will go about. One of the most popular theories out there is the emergence of a changed-Superman making his return by also debuting the infamous Black Suit.
With Zack Snyder’s Justice League developing something of its own MCU villain problem, it turns out that another big bad from the comics was originally meant to grace the screens of the DCEU ensemble. That’s right, the villainous Desaad was once tipped for Justice League.
The Avengers stars including Robert Downey Jr., Chris Hemsworth and Josh Brolin get killed in a variety of horrific – and sometimes hilarious – ways in a supercut of the cast from movies they made before gaining super-powers in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The MCU has collectively grossed $13 billion worldwide, largely thanks to its stable of charming and attractive – and of course talented – performers.
Danny Elfman opens up about his work on Justice League and even reveals his favorite part from Warner Bros.’ first superhero team-up film. The composer is not a stranger when it comes to working on DC properties, since he previously composed themes for Batman, Batman Returns, and the main music for Batman: The Animated Series.