The Amazonian warrior will join the star-studded fray for WB’s latest yellow block adventure.
Like any of the dozens of characters on this list, the genre just won’t die.
The Golden Age of Television has all of a sudden become The Era of Too Much TV.
James Wan brings a welcome wealth of color and camp alike to this objectively ridiculous comic adaptation.
Joining Margot Robbie in DC Films’ latest stab at a franchise-building project.
With Ben Affleck likely on his way out, it’s time to make this happen.
Lindelof’s spinoff story, set in the world of Alan Moore’s graphic novel, is slated to debut in 2019.
Among the legacies of the 2008 classic are the ugly misunderstandings of the film’s charismatic villain.
The actor, who also plays The Joker for DC, seems hellbent on infiltrating superhero cinema.
The actor has been cast to voice Superman in the animated film Teen Titans GO! To The Movies.
Margot Robbie says she’s developing a Harley Quinn movie “totally separate” from the DC Extended Universe
This would be the third Quinn movie in development, and that’s not even counting Suicide Squad 2.
Jenkins will also become Hollywood’s highest-paid female filmmaker in history for the sequel.