Snyder serves up a super-sized swansong to his trio of DC movies.
“She’s trying to help mankind to be better,” says director Patty Jenkins on Gal Gadot’s turn in Wonder Woman 1984.
WW84 doesn’t pull its political punches, but the effect is less sophisticated than one might hope for.
X-Men, twenty years later.
From superhero smash Wonder Woman 1984 to indie darling First Cow and horror hit Candyman, celebrate female-directed films this International Women’s Day.
Margot Robbie leads this girl gang of superheroines to smashing success.
After the mid-credit scene in Far From Home, there are no secrets left.
Are superhero films having a moment, or have they forever changed the landscape?
Does Shazam! continue DC films’ proud streak of ‘It was fine, I guess?’