With $771 million in worldwide box office and counting, what’s not to scream about?
Hall H went utterly wild for the arrival of Gal Gadot at Comic-Con after the most successful DC/Warner Bros. film ever, and perhaps the strongest-holding superhero film of all time.
Turn your volume down before playing this, because Hall H gave Wonder Woman a hero’s welcome on Saturday alright:
When Warner Brosannounced its slate of nine upcoming films at Comic-Con on Saturday, we couldn’t help but notice a few big omissions.
Embedded within the sizzle reel were nine titles and logos, most of which we knew were coming, some of which (like Wonder Woman II) are now officially official. Make no mistake: Nine is a lot of movies to have lined up.
But what has become of Gotham City Sirens, the Harley Quinn-led female villain team-up which Margot Robbie boarded back in December? Wouldn’t the return of another major female star — with the director, David Ayer, who first got her to screen — seem like something you’d include? Read more…
We won’t be venturing back to the Upside Down until October 27, but the cast and creators of Stranger Things were kind enough to give us a brief glimpse of the trip we’re about to take at San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday afternoon, courtesy of a thrilling new trailer. (’cause the music in the trailer is Thriller, get it?)
The cast gave series creators the Duffer brothers a standing ovation on stage after watching the footage, which was the first time they’d gotten to see it — and the Hall H crowd was equally pumped.
Fundraising is a stressful process. You do all you can to impress prospective investors by honing the story, optimizing key metrics and making your company look as attractive as possible. But before you decide the amount of money you raise and the type of investor you want on board, you must decide the kind of relationship you intend to have with your new partner. Read More