"We have to be ready. You, me, the others. There's an attack coming from far away..." And the trailer starts
Although the trailer begins in modern-day Paris, true to its source material, Wonder Woman features Gal as mystical princess Diana of Themyscira who battles villains during World War I
"I can walk away. But I choose not to, this is an issue not just about women's pay; we need to work on how women are viewed in society and then the pay will be reflected in that" she said
On Wednesday, Hrithik Instagrammed a picture of a 'civil war' of sorts in the Roshan household. In the fight described as Batman v Superman Hrithik is pinned down to the bed, courtesy his sons Hrehaan and Hridhaan. Team Batman is winning, clearly but as Hrithik says in the caption - 'no surrender'
In a tweet, director Zack Snyder, who is best known for action and science fiction films, gave a glimpse of the suited Batman and captioned it, "Homestretch. Last day filming Batman in the new Tactical Batsuit". Justice League is all set to hit the theatres late next year
"It's a piece of s**t. I'm not interested in the stuff. Do you know what the difference between real superheroes and comic-book superheroes is? Real superheroes didn't wear spandex. So I don't know. Spandex must cost a lot," Mel Gibson told Deadline.com
The songs are still kept secret, but executive producer Greg Berlanti has said they "have been talking about trying to write at least one original song per episode."
Abdullah Coldwater of Alexandria, Egypt, started the campaign accusing the site of giving "unjust bad reviews... and that affects people's opinion even if it's a really great (movie)."
Uday Chopra successfully provoked a demand from Shah Rukh after he shared a picture of himself in a Captain America suit on Instagram
"Deflategate is the ultimate bulls**t, f**king outrage of sports ever. Its so f**king stupid,- Ben Affleck said on Bill Simmons's HBO Chat show.
Where does X-Men: Apocalypse fit in among similar flicks this year? If early reviews are to be believed, it's not as controversial as Batman v Superman, but it doesn't measure up to Captain America: Civil War either. The reviews may be mixed, but the critical reception is more disappointing
Both Captain America: Civil War and Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice are ostensibly movies that center on questions about the roles super-powered individuals play in national (and global) security, and whether superheroes can act independently of governments and still be legitimate