A selection of moviegoers were invited by Warner Brothers to see the first offering from James Wan and they have indicated what they think of the product so far
Jason Momoa, Amber Heard and James Wan took to social media as the 2018 feature prepares for a mega 2018 premiere.
Such is the excitement created on the DC set by James Wan, the veteran actor cannot help but recall his experience with Sam Raimi on the Marvel franchise.
Out and about on the set, director James Wan gave us a quick look of the upcoming DC blockbuster before a fresh logo dropped.
Without any preconceptions about the character, the action superstar believes he is the man to make the character his own.
The 59-year old Swedish action star will link up with Jason Momoa for the DC installment after agreeing terms with Warner Brothers.
Matthew Vaughn of Kingsman: The Secret Service fame has been mooted for the big chair as the other superhero installment heads to paradise.
As Jason Momoa delves into the deep blue sea, the Man of Steel took to Instagram to tease his potential role in the DC reboot of GL.
Australian filmmaker James Wan has taken to social media to respond to a mixture of criticisms and fan theories, giving a blunt assessment on both counts.
Sitting down with Digital Trends, the bulky action star can't wait for DC fans to get a look at a film that surpasses even his own high expectations.
While Zack Snyder admitted that the backlash to his other DC installment took him by surprise, he outlined how a new addition will fit into the ensemble.
Yahya Abdul-Mateen II has been identified from director James Wan as the ideal candidate to fill the boots of the comic book bad guy for the upcoming blockbuster.