Getting the DC Cinematic Universe chatter out of the way early on, the only real news on Warner Brothers’ DC movies this month largely centres on the Man of Steel himself, Superman. First up, stories have come out that claim Mad Max guru George Miller is being lined up to direct Man of Steel 2. Interestingly enough, Miller was helming the Justice League movie of the 2000s before that was scrapped at the last minute despite having a complete cast in place. Just before going to print though, conflicting reports have come out to say that any idea of a Man of Steel sequel is currently on indefinite hold right now. Regardless of whether that film happens or not, we know that we’ll be seeing the Big, Blue Boy Scout next year in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice. Joining Henry Cavill’s Last Son of Krypton and Ben Affleck’s Dark Knight will be Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman, who this month has seen details of her Dawn of Justice role apparently revealed. Whilst The Amazon may be playing a supporting role in the film, she will seemingly have a hugely important part to play as new reports say she’ll be going toe-to-toe with the vicious Doomsday, going as far as to even lop off one of the hands of the beastly creature that was responsible for slaying the unslayable Kal-El in the classic Death of Superman comic book arc. Helmed by Zack Snyder, Batman V Superman hits screens on March 25th, 2016.
Now whilst that’s it for DCCU news, there’s a whole boatload of stuff to get through in relation to the various DC-based TV shows that are heading to screens over the next few months. Starting things with the Stephen Amell-starring Arrow, and there’s some fantastic news for fans of NBC’s recently-cancelled Constantine. Remember how the last few months saw the sad news that Matt Ryan’s Hellblazer had taken his last breath but there was still the slightest of hopes that the character may appear in Starling City? Well, fear not, for it’s now been confirmed