As everyone knows the COVID-19 pandemic has affected everyone's lives. Some day, we'll probably be able to return to theaters to watch superhero flicks, so the powers that be are trying to plan for that eventuality. The Wonder Woman sequel, Wonder Woman 1984, has already changed its date to August from a June release date … Continue reading Pandemic Shuffle: ‘The Batman’, ‘The Flash’, & ‘Shazam 2’ Change Release Dates
Production on the Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings film, due out in February 2021 was halted due to concerns regarding the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak. The director of the film, Destin Daniel Cretton, was administered a test for the COVID-19 disease under the recommendation of his doctor and is currently in … Continue reading ‘Shang-Chi’ Film, ‘Flash’ TV Show And Others Halt Production Due To COVID-19 Concerns (Updated)
Despite having a "crisis" most of the DC-centric "Arrowverse" shows are being picked up for new seasons on The CW. Except of course, Arrow. Coming in 2020 will be Batwoman, Black Lightning (season 4), The Flash (season 7), Legends of Tomorrow (season 6), and Supergirl (season 5 on The CW, 6 total). Also, an Arrow … Continue reading Arrow-less ‘Arrowverse’ Shows Get New Season Pickups On The CW
Amazon lists the hardcover release date as June 2020, months after the TV event ends.
The best Batman ever Kevin Conroy will make his live-action debut as Batman in The CW's next Arrowverse crossover Crisis On Infinite Earths.
During San Diego Comic-Con 2019 held panels for several of CW's superhero shows. For each of those shows - Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow, and Black Lightning - sizzle reels have been posted online… and since we know your time is precious, we at Comics Pit have gathered them here for you: Supergirl season 5 flies … Continue reading SDCC: CW Superhero Show Sizzle Reels
Two of the three members of the creative team on said comic talk about the fan reaction to the event.
Lessons learned? Who said anything about Dan DiDio learning lessons learned from past mistakes. He's repeating them once again!
Because DC has had such a horrible time getting the movie made, the company has tapped Andy Muschietti, the director behind the horror films It and It: Chapter Two.