DC COMIC BOOK MOVIES
book movies have really taken off since about 2008 and
DC comic book characters have been a big part of this trend.
Here on this page I have provided a quick summary on live-action films
that have been made based on DC comic book characters. These are films
that were released in theaters or straight to DVD.
I do have a page on my
site focused on DC animated films that you can visit by
There have been numerous movie serials starring Superman, Batman and
Captain Marvel back in the 1940s, but none were considered a
full-length feature film.
In 1951 when Superman was going to be launched on television, the
producers wanted to test out how people would receive a live-action series before he debuted on TV.
Superman and the Mole-Men appeared on movie screens with
George Reaves first donning the classic red and blue costume of the
Man of Steel. It was an instant hit leading to several years of
The Adventures of Superman series on television.
were pretty good for the time with the story a little far-fetched
with dwarfed aliens having crash landed in a small town and living
below the earthís surface. Their radioactive bodies were causing
the town folk issues and in typical fashion Lois Lane and Clark Kent
were on the scene with Superman ready to combat the little nemeses.
The movie is available for purchase with the
season 1 DVD set and with the Superman Ultimate Collectorís Edition
set. You may also find it on VHS tape online.
most watched comic book movie of all-time is the Batman movie
starring Adam West-Batman, Burt Ward-Robin, Cesar Romero-Joker,
Burgess Meredith-Penguin, Frank Gorshin-Riddler and Lee Meriwether-Catwoman
The cast and crew from the television series took their act to the
big screen for a classic motion picture with a bigger budget than
what they were used to on TV. This was in between seasons as
it was not clear that ABC would bring back the show for another year
so the producers decided to make their way to the silver screen and
it worked. The show was picked up again for another season and
The movie centered around Batmanís four greatest villains coming
together in a united front to take over the United Nations and take
down Batman and Robin in the process. The movie was in the middle
of the Bat-Craze mania and has been showed a gazillion times on TV with millions and millions of fans having watched at one time or
The movie has been available for purchase on home video for quite
some time and since the advent of DVD has made its way onto that
format as well. You can acquire a copy for your collection either
locally or online.
break-through DC movie that essentially became the benchmark for all
other superhero films came in 1978 when the Man of Steel made it to
theaters in big budget fashion with Superman the Movie
starring Christopher Reeve as Superman/Clark Kent, Gene Hackman as Lex
Luthor, Marlon Brando as Jor-El, Margot Kidder as Lois Lane and a
huge all-star cast.
It seemed strange that with all of the history that no one attempted
to do a Superman film before other than the movie serials from the
late 1940s/50s starring Kirk Alyn.
The producers wanted to tell Supermanís origin story and create his
world like never before with an emphasis on his ability to fly that
no one had ever experienced up to that time. They wanted to do
things in a big way that had never been attempted for a comic book
The story starts off on his home planet of Krypton about to be
destroyed with his parents rocketing young Kal-El to earth in a
small craft and then growing up on a farm in Smallville.
He learns of his heritage and origin in the Fortress of Solitude
before embarking to his new surroundings in Metropolis and then
saving and rescuing all sorts of people and things including Lois Lane before the
where he has to save both California from a major earthquake and New
Jersey at the hands of Lex Luthor.
The movie has one of the most recognizable soundtracks ever by
composer John Williams that still gets played with various
promotions and other associations today. This was really the one
movie that started DC's mark in motion pictures and continues to
hold up today.
The film is available for purchase on DVD, Blu-Ray either by itself
or in the
Christopher Reeve set, in the Superman Ultimate Collectorís
Edition set and in the Superman Motion Picture Anthology set.
Following Superman the Movie were two sequels by the same
producers with Superman II in 1981 and Superman III in
In Superman II, Superman takes on three of Kryptonís most
hated enemies - General Zod, Ursa and Non who have escaped from the
Phantom Zone indirectly due to Superman's own heroics resulting from
his saving the Eiffel Tower from a nuclear bomb which explodes in
time I remember how all of us fans were excited and anticipating the
battle of the super-powered beings in this film and it did not
disappoint. Superman against all three Kryptonian foes
battling out in the skies and buildings of Metropolis.
Although tame compared to today's standard superhero films, it was
an epic showdown during that year.
The film was considered at the time by some critics as the best
sequel of all-time which included The Empire Strikes Back,
the sequel to Star Wars.
Superman II was filmed almost simultaneously with Superman
the Movie to save time and money. The film is available on
DVD and Blu-Ray.
Superman III featured a more comedic tone with Richard Pryor
as an out of work geek who is able to finagle his way to becoming a
computer wiz and using his newly acquired talents to assist a
conniving mogul to gain more riches. Superman is exposed to a different form of Kryptonite that changes him into an
evil Superman where he has split personalities and struggles
to regain his former self before the final showdown in the Grand
Canyon. The film is available on DVD and Blu-Ray.
The producers had planned quite a few Superman films to follow this
one with villains like Bizarro and Mister Myxzptlk
to be the antagonists in future films. Unfortunately with
the now famous falling out with director Richard Donner having shot
almost half to three quarters of Superman II and replaced
with Richard Lester to finish up the rest of that film and the lack
of commercial success with Superman III all contributed to
future Superman film projects turning to dust.
In 1982 DC's macabre hero was produced into a motion picture.
Swamp Thing starring
Dick Durock as the Swamp Thing, Adrienne Barbeau as government agent
Alice Cable and Louis Jourdan as Dr. Anton Arcane made its way to
theaters with Wes Craven providing the writing and directing.
The film tells Swamp Thing's origin as Dr. Alec Holland-Ray Wise
under the watchful eye of Alice Cable is creating a formula to end
world hunger with Dr. Arcane storming the lab to steal the formula
and dousing Holland with chemicals and kidnapping Cable in the
process. He leaves Holland for dead in the swamp where he
mutates with the plants and transforms into the Swamp Thing.
The Swamp Thing comes to Cable's rescue and defeats Arcane.
The film incorporates comic book techniques with panel screen wipes
and does have a campy feel to it. Some will come away
scratching their heads as they probably expected a more serious film
than what was produced.
It's a appealing film. The film can be purchased on DVD
The Superman producers wanted to continue mining the Super franchise by turning their attention next to the
female Superman after Superman III's box office failure.
Supergirl in 1984 starring Helen Slater made its way to movie
theaters bringing some of the same elements of the first Superman
film with Kara-El heading to earth in a space ship similar to Kal-El
before her. Only this time she was trying to reacquire a power source
called the Omegahedron that her
teacher/mentor-Peter O'Toole accidentally loses.
Supergirl now on earth creates her alter ego Linda Lee all the while
searching for the artifact in this new world. A witch played by Faye Dunaway has found the Omegahedron
and Supergirl eventually has to escape out of the Phantom Zone and
clash with the witch before she's able to reacquire the power source
and bring it back to her people.
It's a good film that many have not seen since it did not go over
well in theaters as most had lost their appetite for anything
Superman at that time. The film is available in a couple of
different versions on DVD.
At a time when nuclear missiles were very much a part of the world
landscape and in the news with the
Star Wars armed defense system in the mix, Christopher Reeve
although having decided to retire as Superman a few years earlier
decided to come back and reprise his role as a way to make all
citizens aware of the detriments of nuclear war.
He felt donning the iconic costume again and doing a story revolving
around that subject would be a great way to send a peace message.
In the film Superman addresses the United Nations about nuclear war
and went about disarming all nuclear warheads after befriending a
young boy who requested that Superman put an end to any possible
The producers of the first three Superman films were not involved
and neither was Superman's parent company Warner Brothers. Reeve
was able to assemble most of the cast and crew from the earlier
films with Cannon Films eventually acting as the financier and
distributor, but at the last moments they severely limited the
budget for the filmmakers to use.
Superman IV: The Quest for Peace debuted in 1987 with some
allure and wit from the previous movies, but the lackluster special
effects is what most seem to remember. Superman took on
arch-nemesis Lex Luthor again, but and this time with the help of a harnessed
nuclear powered villain to take out the Man of Steel.
There were some fun loving moments with Clark Kent and Superman on a
double date with Lois Lane and the daughter of the new owner of the
Daily Planet and some somber moments with the Man of Steel dealing
with his inflicted wounds from the nuclear man.
This would be the
last Superman film for closed to 20 years. The film is
available on DVD and Blu-Ray.
Many years later Richard Donner worked together with several artists
and technicians to pull together old film stock and re-create
Superman II as he had intended before he was unceremoniously lifted
from the director's chair to complete that project.
He was able to find an incredible amount of footage and re-edited
the film and released it on DVD calling it Superman II: The
Richard Donner Cut. The film has many of the earmarks of the
first film and is more inline with having Jor-El and not his wife
play the crucial part in helping Superman in his decision to become
The film can be found in the Superman Motion Picture Anthology
set, the Superman Ultimate Collectorís Edition
set and by itself.
After hearing about rumors for closed to a decade about a Batman
movie in the same spirit and attention to detail that Superman
the Movie received, writers and fans speculated on who would
play Batman and who would write and direct the film.
Warner Brothers released in 1989 the movie called Batman
starring Michael Keaton in the title role and Jack Nicholson as the
Joker. This was the dark and serious version that fans had been
asking for a long time with no camp humor.
Batman in this version was indirectly responsible for creating the
Joker as was Joker responsible for killing Bruce Wayne's parents
offering Batman an even greater reason to bring down the Joker.
This obviously differed from the comics, but most fans went to see
the film multiple times making it amongst one of the higher grossing
films of all-time up to that year and it spawned three more sequels.
Fans ate up the film's props - the amazing looking Batmobile,
Batwing and Batcave along with a megalopolis like Gotham City which
won an Oscar for Anton Furst for art direction. They loved
Nicholson's portrayal of the Joker and thought the Batman costume
was fantastic. The film has been available for purchase in various
formats over the years and can be found on DVD and Blu-Ray.
The Swamp Thing franchise was revisited in 1989 with The Return
of the Swamp Thing with Dick Durock returning as the title
Louis Jourdan back as the arch-villlain Dr. Anton Arcane.
Heather Locklear takes her turn as the damsel in distress as
Arcane's step-daughter out to solve her mother's mysterious death.
She visits him not realizing that he is working on a serum for
his immortality and needs to off her for his purposes. The Swamp
Thing is her only hope and in typical fashion come to her rescue
while battling Arcane and other creatures.
The film was made in typical B-Movie fashion and some will come away
thinking why this film was made, but it has charm and some good
moments that will appeal to more people than not. The movie
is available on DVD and Blu-Ray (although maybe quite expensive
until the manufacturer re-distributes again).
The Shadow which became a product of DC Comics in the 1970s
after having been created in trade paperback pulps and on radio in the
1930s made his film debut in 1994 with Alec Baldwin in the starring
The elements that you associate with the Shadow were on display in
this film and with some good old fashion humor. I enjoyed the film
when it came out in theaters and I think many will too. It is
available for purchase on DVD and Blu-Ray.
The follow up to the Michael Keaton Batman film came in 1992 with
Keaton returned to his role as the Dark Knight with Danny Devito as the Penguin and Michael Pfeiffer as Catwoman. Tim Burton
who directed both Batman films kept the dark tones and look in the sequel.
The Penguin in this film originated from a rich Gotham City family
who were appalled by his deformities and dumping him in the sewer
where he would later grow up in a circus and exact his revenge on
all of Gotham City's first born.
Catwoman originated in the film after having been thrown out of a
high story window by her boss and getting slowly bitten by
alley-cats and transforming into the feline villainess.
Both villains would take on Batman at different times
and each getting some sort of revenge on those who led them to their
eventual lives before their demise or so we think. Batman
Returns has been available for purchase in different formats and
can be found on DVD and Blu-Ray
and possibly VHS.
Tim Burton decided to move on from the Batman franchise, another
director was signed on and he took Batman in different directions.
Joel Schumacher was brought in for Batman Forever in 1995
giving the film a more colorful tone than before with a little bit
of humor mixed in. This time Val Kilmer was Batman and the
Robin as played by Chris OíDonnell were featured.
struggles with nightmares of his parentsí murders and questions
whether or not he wants to continue as Batman or not. Having fallen in love
with a psychiatrist that he is seeing-Nicole Kidman, Batman is
continually drawn back into crime fighting as he now has to mentor
young Dick Grayson whose parents are murdered by villain Two
Face-Tommy Lee Jones.
Dick needs the guidance of Bruce Wayne as he too is struggling with
his own demons of revenge against Two Face. He works profusely to
get Bruce to train him to fight crime and exact his vengeance on Two
Face. Eventually Bruce relents and Robin is born.
Riddler-Jim Carey is created in this film too after having been
snubbed by employer Bruce Wayne for his invention in mind
manipulation. The two villains team up together to take over Gotham
and Batman and Robin unite to form the classic team to stop them.
With updated versions of the Bat suit, Batmobile, Batwing and more,
the film was the top box office draw of the year. I thought it was
good film and have watched it more times than the other previous
Batman films. There is a lot of excitement throughout and none of
the smiling grins or enhancements to the costumes spoiled my
viewing. I think a lot of fans will enjoy the film. It is
available for purchase on DVD and Blu-Ray.
Val Kilmer had a falling out with Schumacher and was not brought
back for the next installment. George Clooney signed on as Batman
and together with OíDonnell portray the title characters in
Batman and Robin in 1997.
The two heroes now take on three villains-Poison Ivy-Uma
Thurman and Mr. Freeze-Arnold Schwarzenegger and Bane. Ivy puts on her
poisonous charm on Gothamís elite and finest while Mr. Freeze
attempts to freeze all of Gotham.
Freeze secretly is trying to find a cure to his wifeís mysterious
illness and trusty Alfred the butler is slowly dying and through
fateful encounters between the heroes and villains, Freeze ends up
helping save Alfredís life. Batgirl-Alicia Silverstone is
introduced in the film as well. Itís probably the weakest of
the Batman films of the late 80s/90s, but still a fun movie to watch
and own. It is available for purchase on DVD and Blu-Ray.
Of all of the actors who portrayed Batman up to that time, Batman
creator Bob Kane felt that Val Kilmer was the best.
Halle Berry was the next Catwoman in a long line of actresses to
play the part. Catwoman debuted in 2004. It really had no
continuity to the Batman mythology. Her costume although made of
leather did not have the classic look or modern look that Catwoman
is known for, but had a unique flair that someone as beautiful as
Berry made look gorgeous.
Itís not a film that I would go out and
purchase, but is available on DVD and Blu-Ray.
DC wanted to reinvigorate the Batman franchise and decided to
restart the stories from the beginning. With a whole new cast and a
whole new direction under the guidance of director Christopher
Nolan, Batman Begins in 2005 takes Batman back to his
beginnings and retells his origin in a much different way than what had
been told before in the movies.
The film gave fans a grittier and stronger Batman than we ever saw
before. It offered us a fresh look on Batman characters like
Alfred, Detective James Gordon and others. It debuted quite a few
newer characters with a couple only seen in comics or TV like Lucius
Christian Bale portrayed Batman this time around went deep into the
mountain stronghold of Ra's Al Ghul to train to be a part of the
League of Shadows, but secretly needing to find himself and a
purpose in life again after years of toiling away since his parent's
deaths. He would later fight his entire clan, Scarecrow and Gotham Cityís underworld to save the city from total destruction.
The film did a marvelous job of bringing Batman more inline with the
character as he began in 1939. It gave us the Batman we've
been wanting and how he made all of those wonderful gadgets for his war on
crime. The film is available on DVD and Blu-Ray by itself and
in a couple of different sets.
Bryan Singer, fresh off working on two X-Men films had always been
fascinated with Superman and wanted an opportunity to resurrect the
franchise. He kept many aspects as he could from the first two
Superman films that Christopher Reeve starred in and actually in
storyline continuity picked up where Superman II left off in a
Superman Returns debuted in 2006 with unknown Brandon Routh
as the Man of Steel and Kevin Spacey as Lex Luthor.
The look and feel was slightly different with the costume being the
most obvious, but some elements like the Kent farm, the green
crystal that built the Fortress of Solitude and Superman saving a
runaway car posing exactly like that of the cover of Action Comics
#1 will be nostalgic for most.
Most fans although were a little disappointed in the story spending
too much time with Superman and the now married Lois Laneís previous
love infatuations with one another. I think itís a film thatís
worth watching and having in your collection as there are some
fantastic sequences and effects with some good appeal. It is
available for purchase on DVD and Blu-Ray and can be found in some
of the aforementioned Superman sets.
The highest grossing comic book movie of all-time after its run
(would be eclipsed in 2012) made its way to
theaters in 2008. The Dark Knight was the follow up to
Batman Begins with almost the same primary cast. Christian Bale
teams up again with Christopher Nolan to further delve into the
This time around the Joker played by the late Heath
Ledger is the primary villain who successfully takes over the crime
underworld, puts fear in Gotham City and its citizens and turns them
all against Batman in the process.
The creation of Two Face from District Attorney Harvey Dent-Aaron Eckhart is told in
the film as a result of the Jokerís schemes and Batmanís attempt to
save Harvey Dent from imminent death.
The most talked about aspect of the film is Ledgerís performance
which earned him a posthumous Oscar for Supporting Actor.
The film pitted Batman and the Joker against one another in
true hero versus villain as it should be with Two Face right in the
middle. There were several scenes shot in IMAX format which gives
us an eye-popping experience.
I havenít heard anyone come away disappointed with this film and I
highly recommend it. The film is available for purchase on DVD
and Blu-Ray and is available in some of the special sets.
The best selling graphic novel of all-time finally
made it to the big screen in
the form of Watchmen in 2009.
The film attempts to adapt the original source material from the
1980s as best as a movie can with all of the time constraints and
other factors involved.
It focuses on several heroes from the past and present that have
been secretively murdered needing some of the remaining members to
Dr. Manhattan, Nite Owl, Rorschach, Silk Spectre, Silk Spectre II
and Comedian are all here and done in masterful
fashion by 300 director Zack Snyder.
It is a somewhat hard to follow film, but after a few viewings you
can pick up some of the
side stories. The film is available on DVD and Blu-Ray and
a few special editions.
DC's anti-western hero was created as a motion picture in 2010 with
Jonah Hex starring Josh Brolin as Jonah and Megan Fox as his
sidekick brothel girlfriend who are tasked with stopping a mad man
played by John Malkovich who is bent on destroying Washington, DC.
Jonah Hex has supernatural abilities where he can communicate with
the dead and uses it to his advantage and the typical big explosions
that have been seen in previous westerns where technology is somehow
available during that time period is prevalent and will satisfy
those who love that video game feel.
The story is unstable and some will walk away shaking their heads,
but with Megan Fox in the film it's worth viewing. The film
can be purchased on DVD and Blu-Ray.
For a while it was beginning to look uncertain if DC would ever
create another superhero film other than Batman or Superman related.
There were certainly plenty of major characters available.
Finally in 2011 Green Lantern appeared on the big screen with
Ryan Reynolds in the starring role and as his alter ego Hal Jordan with
Blake Lively as Carol Ferris.
It was a bit surprising to me that so many of the Green Lantern
characters would appear in the first film. I would have expected
some to be in the next film, but having all of the others included made for a
Abin Sur played by Temuera Morrison, Sinestro played by Mark Strong.
The Guardians of the Universe you expect in the first film were
also joined by Hector
Hammond, Parallax, Tomar-Re, Kilowog and a slew of the Green Lantern
Corps, Thomas Kalmaku, the Jordan brothers and Carl Ferris.
Ryan Reynolds known for his comedic roles was given the opportunity
to use some of his natural talents in this movie which took away
from what traditional Hal Jordan fans expect, but the visual effects
were spectacular. I think the film holds up despite the humor. The film
is available on DVD, Blu-Ray, 3D Blu-Ray.
The Dark Knight Rises
in 2012 completed the Christopher Nolan Batman trilogy.
Nolan had decided long ago that he would direct and write three
films to tell his version of Batman and this film served to tie up
and loose ends in order to allow any creator to come in and tell
The film pick ups a few years later
after The Dark Knight left off with Batman having taken the
fall for Harvey Dent's death. Batman has basically been in
retirement and no one has seen him for years since. A new
criminal is in town-Bane and his mercenaries have Gotham City in
terror having planted immense explosive devices with a mobile
detonator. His gang has baited almost the entire police force
underground and have them trapped and unable to escape.
Bruce Wayne rekindles a romance with
someone who turns out to be the daughter of his arch-nemesis Ra's Al
Ghul who has been working in tandem with Bane in their plot to
destroy Gotham. The Dark Knight comes out of hiding to help
thwart the new threat and encounters Catwoman along the way.
She double-crosses Batman and is imprisoned in the same facility
that Bane came from. Batman desperately has to escape in order
to foil Bane and Talia Al Ghul and eventually has to convince
Catwoman to help him.
Although not as strong as The Dark
Knight, it does have a lot of tense moments and great scenes. The film is available for purchase on DVD, Blu-Ray, 3D Blu-Ray.
In 2013 Superman got re-booted again.
The Man of Steel
starring an unknown actor named Henry Cavill as Superman and directed by
Zack Snyder joined the pantheon of Superman movies. An all-star cast
assembled with Russell Crowe as Jor-El, Kevin Costner as Jonathan
Kent, Diane Lane as Martha Kent, Amy Adams as Lois Lane, Laurence
Fishburne as Perry White and Julia Ormond as Lara Lor-Van. The
creators tried to at least upgrade the last Superman film-Superman
Returns with the high-powered cast, but the typical Superman of
Red, White and Blue would not be visited.
This time Zack Synder created a darker
tone and treated the Superman we see in this film as an alien which
of course he is, but Superman was in the comics and in the previous
films having blended into our world without too much fear and
anxiety as portrayed in this film. Superman stood for our
values and upheld the law and the military and the government and
populace did not need to worry about what he would do. He
would always protect.
That was the deviation with this
Superman. An outsider that could not be trusted at first.
Someone who had to gain our trust as he battled not only the US
military, but Zod and his forces. They had been searching for
the genetic structure that Superman's father on Krypton had sent off
in the space ship that delivered young Kal-El (Superman) to Earth.
In actuality the genetics were embedded into Superman himself.
Zod and his team worked to terra-form the Earth into the Krypton of
the past with Superman the only force in their way.
The effects were mesmerizing and the
pace was lightning quick. The battle scenes were immense.
It may not be American pie and the good ole USA type Superman, it
definitely has a strong place in Superman and comic book film
history. The film is available for purchase on DVD, Blu-Ray, 3D Blu-Ray.
The long awaited film featuring comic
book's most famous characters finally was produced and released in
2016 in the form of Batman v Superman: The Dawn of
Henry Cavill returned as Superman while
Ben Affleck took over as Batman. The two heroes are on
opposite sides of justice and are at odds with one another in their
methods of working within the law and outside of the law. Lex
Luthor has plans to incorporate Superman's genetics for his purposes
and creates the Kryptonian creature known as Doomsday.
Bruce Wayne encounters a mysterious
woman who has taken an interest in Lex Luthor's enterprise.
As Luthor schemes the two heroes end up battling one another in one
huge sequence with one of our heroes almost dying. Wonder
Woman enters the fracas once Doomsday launches himself into the mix
and the three heroes work together to destroy the beast. As
similar to Man of Steel, the film continues with the dark
edge and look that director Zack Snyder created and the battle
scenes are on par with that film, but not quite the scale.
Some fans have expressed their disappointment in the film, but when
you have this amount of high-powered characters in one film it is
difficult to satisfy all with a story that meets everyone's
expectations. The film is available on
DVD, Blu-Ray, 3D Blu-Ray and there is an ultimate edition which
contains additional director added footage.
One of the current hot comic book
properties was produced into a film for 2016. Suicide Squad
features some of DC's roughest criminal elements to come
together as one unit in order to perform a specialized mission for
the United States Government.
Deadshot-Will Smith, Harley Quinn-Margot
Robbie, Killer Croc, Katana are amongst the members recruited from
prison at the request of official Amanda Waller-Viola Davis.
The Joker-Jared Leto is mixed in the plot, but has his own
A powerful witch called the Enchantress
has taken umbrage with Waller who imprisoned her and works to
eradicate humans with a weapon. The thugs have to work
together in order to defeat the Enchantress. Batman and the
Flash make cameos in the film and as Marvel Studios films, this DC
film uses the end credits to help tie other DC films together in the
DC cinematic universe.
The film has received a mixture of
reviews, but in this age of high tech visuals and hyped up humor, it
is in keeping with the current crop of superhero films. The
film is available on DVD, Blu-Ray, 3D Blu-Ray and there is an
The historic Wonder Woman movie debuted
in 2017. Although the character has had a TV pilot movie, a
successful TV series starring Lynda Carter and an appearance in the
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, there was never a
dedicated motion picture to this long-time favorite character.
Unquestionably the most recognized
female superhero of all-time. Gal Gadot reprised her role in
this film and we get to see her origin told. Wonder Woman has
a deep secret that she does not fully understand and will not be
fully realize until she squares off against the awesome Ares.
Wonder Woman is drawn into the first
World War after Steve Trevor accidentally stumbles upon
Themyscira-her homeland and discovers
the Amazons and needs to return to his post with vital secret
information for his superiors. Wonder Woman accompanies him
and in typical fashion single handedly plows through the opposing
forces thus unleashing her powers to the general public for the
first time during a stalemate along the Western Front.
Aided by Steve Trevor and his band the
Amazonian continues to push through Axis and comes head to head with
Ares. The film has been a huge success both domestically and
internationally. The film will be available for purchase on DVD, Blu-Ray, 3D Blu-Ray
in September, 2017.
will be a Justice League of America film in late 2017, a
sequel to the Man of Steel, a new Batman film to reboot the
series, a sequel to the Wonder Woman movie, a Flash movie, a Green