This is one of the stronger of Disney's live-action adaptations and executed with such sincerity and technical prowess and inspiring ingenuity that it's more promising than anything else.
Ben Affleck will direct a stand-alone "Batman" movie, says Warner Bros. chairman and CEO Kevin Tsujihara.
It is unlikely to make as big a splash as "The Force Awakens" but the first trailer for "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" has at least caused a ripple in the Force.
'Eye in the Sky' might have hit home more if the tick-tock of its plot allowed us to better know its characters, who sometimes come off as mere mouthpieces of different philosophies of modern warfare.
The fraught dance between these three characters, with their shifting allegiances and a power dynamic that never seems clear is the bulk of the movie, and the best of it.
In Hong Kong, a woman sets herself on fire in protest, a taxi driver despairs at the eradication of the local language and young children in military uniform prowl the streets, echoing the horrors of China's Cultural Revolution.
This 'Paradise Lost' for superheroes twists and grinds two of the most classic comic heroes, wringing new, less altruistic emotions out of them until their dashing smiles turn to angry grimaces.
Ben Affleck hopes Batman fans who were skeptical of him playing the caped crusader in "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" realize how seriously he took the role.
The Chinese distributor of martial arts movie "Ip Man 3" -- starring former world heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson -- has had its license suspended for making up thousands of screenings in a huge box office fraud, regulators said.
"Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" sees two iconic superheroes do battle on the big screen but a female character -- Wonder Woman -- is the real role model for youngsters, star Gal Gadot said Friday.