Zack Snyder’s upcoming cut for the Justice League movie will get an R rating. This wasn’t always certain for fans of the DC franchise. Many fans enjoyed the brutality of Deadpool & Deadpool 2 and use it as proof that superhero movies don’t have to be bright / campy. Here’s to hoping this serves the film well and we get a much better product!
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By The Hero Network — 2 years ago
Marvel’s hero of Harlem returns in a new series from Martin Luther King Jr. biographer, Ho Che Anderson, that debuts this fall which once again has him defending his hometown. Luke Cage: City of Fire, will be created by Ho Che Anderson who partners with several artists on a three-issue story pitting Luke Cage against the mayor of New York City, Wilson Fisk. This series will also have a group of vigilantes called the Regulators.
Marvel’s description of Luke Cage: City of Fire #1 reads, “In the new series, a shadowy rogue group named the Regulators are terrorizing ordinary citizens in New York City, and Luke Cage is called to action when a Black man in his community is murdered by a crooked police officer”.
“Cage quickly crosses paths with Daredevil, who is determined to bring down the Regulators no matter the cost, but Mayor Fisk is equally determined to use them to tighten his grip on the city. There is unrest in the streets, and it’s up to Cage to keep the city from going up in flames.”
Luke Cage: City of Fire will be Anderson’s first long-form work for Marvel, after making his debut with the company in the recent Marvel’s Voices: Legacy #1 anthology. Anderson known for his biography, King, which revolved around the late Martin Luther King Jr. has worked with Marvel before on his anthology Marvel’s Voices: Legacy #1. “I can’t express how excited I am to be doing a project with Marvel, and about the level of talent they’ve lined up to work on it with me,” says Anderson. Farid Karami is drawing Luke Cage: City of Fire #1 with Taurin Clarke illustrating the cover for the first issue., Ray-Anthony Height will be illustrating #2 and then Sean Damien Hill taking on the third / final issue.
“I have been given the freedom to explore a subject I’m so passionate about through the lens of characters I’ve loved since I was a kid, and I fully intend to work overtime to make sure the results are worthy of the trust I’ve been granted,” Anderson continue. “Fortunately, the heavy lifting will be accomplished by my incredible collaborators who’ll make me look better than I am!”.
Luke Cage: City of Fire #1 (of 3) goes on sale this October; let us know your thoughts!Post Views: 2,731
By Ahsan — 2 years ago
In exciting news for fans, Zac Snyder’s upcoming cut of Justice League is set to undergo reshoots. The time frame was said to be a week of shooting and there’s conflicting news of which actors are set to return. Either way this is good news as Zac will potentially be able to fill in any missing gaps that aren’t possible from the already existing footage.
This also gives an opportunity for the characters who weren’t as developed in Joss Whedon’s version. Cyborg, Aquaman and Flash weren’t given a proper enough of dedication in that version. Batman also was written as a archetypical science fanatic with a less emphasis on his brutal nature seen in Snyder’s Batman vs Superman film. Here’s hoping to that this cut does what Zac had intended. Are you excited? Did you like the “original”? Let us know your thoughts!Post Views: 696
By The Hero Network — 2 years ago
Zack Snyder dropped another teaser for his much anticipated cut of the Justice League movie. The tease in topic is Ben Affleck’s Batman donning his “Knightmare” attire (trench coat, cowl, goggles, etc). He also confirmed that this was taken during his recent reshoots which in total wasn’t a large amount of new footage but there are about 150 minutes of unseen footage that we haven’t seen (this is assumed to have been previously recorded before his departure).
Fans may notice that the Knightmare scene was teased in Batman V Superman during Bruce’s nightmare where he saw a post apocalyptic world where in which Superman became corrupt and Darkseid’s army has swarmed the world. The nightmare ends with Flash coming back from the future trying to warn Bruce that he was “always right about him”. Zack said this was meant to set up Justice League which is why many were disappointed to see it not pan out in Joss Whedon’s cut of the movie as it had set the bar for something that fans had wanted to see.Post Views: 230