New concept art for Justice League Mortal gives fans a closer look at the costumes for Armie Hammer's Batman and D.J. Cotrona's Superman.
The first photo of the Justice League Mortal lineup is revealed, showcasing the comic-accurate characters in the abandoned George Miller film.
Ava DuVernay's New Gods may introduce Darkseid to the big screen, a much better place to explore the DC villain than Zack Snyder's Justice League.
Justice League may have included a new version of Darkseid's famous Anti-Life Equation, with director Zack Snyder addressing the fan theory.
Pacific Rim Uprising director Steven S. DeKnight is the latest to call for the release of Zack Snyder's cut of Justice League.
A new fan-made trailer pits the Justice League and Avengers against Thanos and Darkseid for what would be the most ambitious crossover yet.
A never-before-seen image of DJ Cotrona suited up as Superman in George Miller's canceled Justice League Mortal makes it online.
Justice League finishes its box office run and officially becomes the lowest grossing film in the DC cinematic universe to date.
One of the biggest changes to Justice League after Zack Snyder's firing was Superman. How much was changed and what was he originally like?
An eagle-eyed Justice League fan has spotted an animator's CGI joke: Steppenwolf's costume doesn't cover quite as much as you'd expect.
A promo video for Justice League's Blu-ray release that invokes the Super Friends cartoon appears to have been quietly deleted after fan backlash.
Justice League director Zack Snyder reveals another deleted scene from the movie, this time centered on the team gathered around Clark's grave.
The petition to release the Snyder Cut of Justice League has over 175,000 signatures, but they don't support the new documentary fundraiser.
A new trailer for Justice League's Blu-ray release plays up the camp by invoking the playful tone of the old Super Friends cartoon series.
Jesse Eisenberg doesn't know what's happening in the DCEU, but expresses his desire to reprise his role as villain Lex Luthor in future films,
Jesse Eisenberg confirms that none of the scenes he shot as Lex Luthor were cut from Joss Whedon's version of Justice League.