If you missed this week’s Dawn of the Justice League TV special—or just want a second look at all of the new footage and images it debuted from DC’s upcoming slate of movies—today’s Movie Morsels has got you covered: with featurettes on Wonder Woman, Suicide Squad, and the Green Lantern Corps. Plus, a kickass new clip from Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and more!
DC Cinematic Universe
Warner Brothers has released several featurettes from Tuesday night’s Dawn of the Justice League special. The clips include new footage that, for the most part, is free of host Kevin Smith nerdgasming over every single utterance to spring from DC Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns’ mouth. Here’s the “First Look at Suicide Squad” featurette…
And here’s the bit where Johns reveals the Green Lantern Corps will be joining the DC Cinematic Universe…
Finally, here’s the “First Look at Wonder Woman” featuring star Gal Gadot…
In other Suicide Squad news, the credits for the film—also released during the Dawn of the Justice League special—reveal that the Oscar-winning Gravity composer Steven Price will score director David Ayer’s August 5 release.
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies
Lily James’ Lizzie Bennet confronts aristocratic badass supreme Lena Headey in a new clip from Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. Sam Riley, Jack Huston, Bella Heathcote, Douglas Booth, Matt Smith, and Headey’s Game of Thrones dad Charles Dance co-star in the action thriller, which lands on February 5…
Jodie Foster’s next directorial effort, Money Monster, stars George Clooney as a financial show host (a la Jim Cramer) who, along with his producer (Julia Roberts), gets taken hostage by a disgruntled investor (Jack O’Connell) who followed his bad financial advice. Here’s the trailer for the May 13 release…
And speaking of Clooney… The Oscar-winning writers of the actor’s The Descendants (as well as Sundance favorite The Way Way Back)—Jim Rash (pictured above in his role as Dean Pelton on Community) and Nat Faxon—are switching gears. The duo’s next film will be the slasher comedy, Dead Mall. The film is said to concern an abandoned shopping mall and “an ensemble of 40-year-old guys and girls, seemingly with enough brainpower to escape a slasher film-quality killer, but maybe not.”
Last but not least today… We’ve got the final trailer for Lauren Cohan’s horror film The Boy. Directed by The Devil Inside helmer William Brent Bell, it finds the Walking Dead actress playing nanny to a life-sized doll with which an English couple has replaced their deceased son. Here’s hoping this one’s good. It sounds exactly like my kind of madness. The film opens on January 22…
Images: Sony, Warner Brothers
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