Kiersey Clemons talks about wait to get going on DC Extended Universe's 'Flash' movie while promoting her new film, 'The Only Living Boy in New York'
The team is the centerpiece of DC's booth, prominently located in the main thoroughfare of the San Diego Convention Center. Yahoo Movies got up close with the heroes; click through for our snaps from the show floor.
Batman (Ben Affleck) and Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) are getting together a bunch of their new super friends for (what DC and Warner Bros. hope is) a crime-busting good time in the upcoming Justice League, slated for Nov. 17. While we've glimpsed the new members in trailers and brief interludes in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, we haven't really gotten a clear look at Flash (Ezra Miller), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), and Cyborg (Ray Fisher) until today.
Yahoo Movies has the exclusive first look at DC Collectibles’ upcoming line of premium, screen-accurate 12-inch statues based on the Justice League lineup. The meticulously detailed poly-resin sculpts were designed in coordination with Warner Bros. and present our best look yet at the costumed characters who make up DC’s premier hero team: Ben Affleck’s Batman, Henry Cavill’s Superman, Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman, Jason Momoa’s Aquaman, Ezra Miller’s Flash, and Ray Fisher’s Cyborg. Each piece, mounted on a Justice League stand, will retail for $150, be limited to a run of 5,000 copies and will be available timed to the film’s Nov. 17 opening.
Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow. Yahoo TV got an early look at action figures based on The CW's heroes and more. Click through this slideshow for a sneak peek.
Comic book fans no longer have to plan a trip to their local comic shop to follow the exploits of their favorite heroes: all they have to do is switch on the TV. On Oct. 26, Supergirl joins the ever-swelling ranks of live action comic book adaptations, a genre that was once looked down upon, but has since grown to superheroic proportions. So how does the Girl of Steel stack up against her competition? Also Episode No. 1 is the television equivalent of Issue No. 1, which, as comic book fans know, is almost always the most valuable edition in any collection. Some ground rules before we get started: The pilot had to be followed by an ongoing episodic series.
Certain "Arrow" fans would argue that Stephen Amell’s body is a work of art. Well, the folks at DC aren’t about to disagree. The comic purveyors have transformed the TV hunk into this limited-edition Arrow statue, available next month from DC Collectibles for $150.