Andy Muschietti (IT, IT: Chapter Two) who is directing ‘The Flash’ for DC/Warner Bros has teased the return of actor Michael Keaton as Batman/Bruce Wayne in a new instagram post showing a close-up image of the 1989-style Batman suit… with a bloody new makeover.
Michael Keaton has been confirmed to reprise his role as Batman in The Flash, almost 30 years after he last played the role.
Deadline are reporting that a new actress has been cast to play the DC hero ‘Supergirl’ in the upcoming ‘Flash‘ movie. This marks the first appearance of the charecter in DC’s Cinematic Universe although she does feature in The CW’s hit show ‘Supergirl’ (played by Mellissa Benoist). Chosen from over 425 actresses who auditioned, Daytime Emmy nominee Sasha Calle (The Young and the Restless) has scored the feature role as Supergirl. The Boston, MA born-Columbian actress will be first Latina Supergirl ever in DC’s history.
The Christmas season is upon us !!!!
With many of us experiencing a lot more free time this holiday season with travel and work restrictions due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic – this is the perfect time to curl up on the sofa and watch a movie.
However choosing a ‘Christmas movie’ is always a difficult decision especially if you don’t want the traditional choices such as It’s a Wonderful Life or Elf.
Here at IndieMacUser we have chosen our top 10 alternative Christmas films.
In a panel at DC FanDome further details were shared about the upcoming live-action DC movie ‘The Flash’. The panel featured film-makers Andy Muschietti (IT) and Barbara Muschietti along with the film’s star Ezra Miller and screenwriter Christina Hodson (Birds of Prey, Bumblebee).
Ezra Miller is ofcourse on board to star as Barry Allen, AKA, the Flash. And we got to see some concept images for his new suit.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Michael Keaton, who starred as Batman/Bruce Wayne in the Tim Burton‘s Batman (1989) & Batman Returns, is in talks to reprise the character for Warner Bros.’s DC movie, The Flash.
It’s the season of love! And what better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day than by looking back at some of our favourite couples from both the big and small screen.
Buffy & Angel (Buffy the Vampire Slayer 1997-2003)
Before there was Bella and Edward (Twilight), Buffy & Angel (Sarah Michelle Gellar and David Boreanaz) set hearts alight with their typical high school romance between a superhero and a brooding vampire (a tale as old as time). Continue reading