Category Archives: Comics

The Flash Set Photos Give First Look at Michael Keaton’s Bruce Wayne

As production continues on The Flash in London, another batch of behind-the-scenes photos from the set of Warner Bros. Pictures’ highly-anticipated DC film has surfaced online, featuring our first look at Ezra Miller’s Barry Allen and Kiersey Clemons’ Iris West, who DCEU fans have last seen together on Zack Snyder’s Justice League cut. The UK… Read More »

The Suicide Squad Post-Credits Scene Confirmed by James Gunn

Comic book movies and post-credit scenes go together like steak and a glass of fine red wine. It’s expected, but it’s usually worth it. So, it’s no surprise the upcoming James Gunn-directed The Suicide Squad will feature its very own sequence after the credits roll. On Twitter, Gunn himself confirmed The Suicide Squad will have… Read More »

Loki Episode 2 Stills Feature Tom Hiddleston Teaming Up With the TVA

Marvel Studios has revealed two brand new stills from the upcoming second episode of their newest MCU series Loki, which is slated to premiere this Wednesday, June 16. The Loki Episode 2 stills, which you can check out below, teased Loki’s new role in the TVA as he will most likely learned about the multiple versions… Read More »

Neil Sandilands Shares His Idea for The Thinker’s Return to The Flash

Neil Sandilands is currently the main villain in Netflix’s Sweet Tooth, but the talented actor is open to returning to an old role down the line. Sandilands gained praise for his portrayal of The Thinker on The CW’s The Flash, and while the character met his maker during his run, there’s always a chance for a return… Read More »

Chris Hemsworth Celebrates Thor: Love and Thunder Filming Ending

Filming on Thor: Love and Thunder has officially wrapped as star Chris Hemsworth announced that shooting is over for the heavily anticipated Marvel Cinematic Universe film. RELATED: Thor: Love and Thunder Set Photos Tease New Asgard Sightseeing Tours “That’s a wrap on Thor Love and Thunder,” Hemsworth wrote on his Instagram. “It’s also national don’t flex day… Read More »

CS Score Interviews Composers Nainita Desai and Trevor Gureckis

Hey there, film score lovers! Welcome to another edition of CS Score. This time we’re taking a look at La-La Land Records’ amazing expanded scores for Michael Kamen’s X-Men and John Ottoman’s X2: X-Men United. We also spoke with American Murder: The Family Next Door composer Nainita Desai, who revealed her unique scoring process for… Read More »

M.O.D.O.K.: A Disjointed Comedy With Heart

M.O.D.O.K. Represents Something New For Marvel With the doors opened by Deadpool, we were bound to see another R-rated Marvel comedy. But M.O.D.O.K. was not the villain I would’ve expected. This strange, ugly, little brain ball is an interesting choice for what’s essentially a sitcom. However, despite a lot of trepidation, I did eventually see… Read More »

Watched At Home: Top Streaming Films for the Week of May 22

Welcome back, fellow couch potatoes, to another edition of DEG’s Watched at Home Top 20. This week shook things up in a big way. As all three of my loyal readers will recall, an intense battle for the crown between Wonder Woman 1984, The Little Things and The Marksman has gone on for quite some… Read More »

Zack Snyder Wants to Adapt The Dark Knight Returns With New Actors

Zack Snyder has been responsible for many of the films released in the wider DC Extended Universe, with his latest director’s cut version of Justice League releasing to huge fanfare. In a recent interview, though, Snyder talked about how he’d love to tackle another story from classic DC lore. RELATED: Zack Snyder Wouldn’t Change Anything About… Read More »