Digitally removing Henry Cavill’s infamous mustache he’s sporting in the Justice League reshoots should not be a very expensive endeavor, though there are other issues at hand. It seems every time a big budget comic book film goes into reshoots, rumors begin swirling that the movie is a disaster and needs a major overhaul. Since Justice League‘s return to the set also includes a change in director, with Joss Whedon (Avengers) taking over for Zack Snyder, both fans and critics of the DCEU have wondered if extensive changes to the film are required.
Deadpool 2 star Josh Brolin is showing off his toned Cable physique in a very revealing online post. Brolin, of course, has been in heavy training mode since April when 20th Century Fox announced that the acclaimed actor was cast to star opposite Ryan Reynolds in the hotly anticipated follow-up to the 2016 blockbuster Deadpool. Since his casting, Brolin has taken to social media often, either to reveal behind-the-scenes photos of his life-casting sessions in Deadpool 2’s makeup effects shop or to share videos of his intense workout regimen.
A new photo featuring the reunion of Wade Wilson/Deadpool (Ryan Reynolds) and his pal Blind Al (Leslie Uggams) has recently made its way to the internet. The pic comes from the set of Deadpool 2 which is currently being shot and is scheduled to be released June of next year.
Tony Stark/Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) might still be playing the reluctant mentor to the new iteration of Peter Parker (Tom Holland) in Spider-Man: Homecoming, but director Jon Watts says that MCU’s first superhero was a huge influence to the Queens-native long before he even became Spider-Man. Now, as the wall-crawling good-doer is scheduled to set-off in his first solo adventure, Stark is still the one showing him the ropes as he dives deep into the world of crime-busting and evil-fighting.
Thanks to Wonder Woman‘s incredible box office haul, the DC Extended Universe has now earned over $3 billion worldwide. Last year, Zack Snyder’s Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice not only officially launched the studio’s new shared universe, but also catapulted the franchise beyond $1 billion. Later that year, David Ayer’s Suicide Squaddrove the series into the $2 billion territory, and now, Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman – featuring Gal Gadot as the eponymous superhero – has pushed the DCEU passed $3 billion worldwide, an impressive feat considering that it’s only the fourth installment in the burgeoning universe.