Warner Bros. worked with GIF platform Tenor (a Giphy competitor) on a sponsored Justice League GIF keyboard app takeover, offering exclusive GIFs from the film. That effort was promoted with a social media campaign as well.
That Superman’s part in the story was now public knowledge also meant the release of a new poster and banner that included him in the team lineup. These used the same artwork as was previously released, just with Superman now filling in a conspicuous gap.
Slightly spoilerish, but here’s a list of scenes from the trailers that didn’t make it into the finished film. Also kind of tipping the hat is a picture shared by Joe Manganiello of him in full Deathstroke gear.
Cavill was finally allowed to speak for himself and talk about Superman’s role in the story, including how the character changed due to the events of Batman v Superman.
Gillette continues to run social media ads for its movie-branded products, with a link to purchase those items at Walmart.
More details on the IMAX virtual reality experience that was offered in select cities here.
Much like Suicide Squad last year, reports are starting to emerge that studio micromanaging heavily influenced the final structure and tone of the film, something that’s been much-discussed by fanboys who believe there’s some magical, unadulterated “Snyder Cut” of the movie sitting in an archive somewhere.
The Florida Project
Another profile of director Sean Baker that presents him as a Hollywood outsider who’s eager to maintain that status and keep making his indie features.
Insights from writer/director Lee Unkrich and others here on how he and the rest of the Pixar team worked hard to make sure the movie was respectful of the culture being portrayed as possible. The same topic is covered here as well.
Actress Natalia Cordova-Buckley shared her thoughts on voicing the late real life artist Frida Kahlo and the experiences that led her to embrace such a challenge.
Writer/director Greta Gerwig has continued making media appearances like this one to talk about the film and the satisfaction she felt by finally directing.
Roman J. Israel, Esq.
Director Dan Gilroy and star Denzel Washington talked here about how the former wrote the part specifically for the latter and how Washington boarded the project, helping to shape the character as filming went on.
Another interview here with writer/director Maggie Betts on the inspiration for the story and how she tackled such sensitive material.
Beauty and the Beast
The movie is returning to theaters in what appears to be not only an attempt to reach holiday audiences but also remind awards season voters of the costume design and more.
Call Me By Your Name
Buzzfeed posted a hit-piece on star Armie Hammer, pegging him as an entitled white guy who gets multiple shots at stardom because of his position while others are quickly discarded after multiple misfires. Hammer reacted to the piece in what is a pretty appropriate manner.
Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri
Director Martin McDonagh spoke here about how he found star Francis McDormand and worked with her to get the story’s tone right.
A new short TV spot hits some of the same beats as were seen in the main campaign but with the addition of plenty of positive critics quotes.
There have also been some new character posters released that show the three leads surrounded by positive quotes praising the movie.
Blade Runner 2049
Director Denis Villeneuve offers some time-enhanced thoughts on making the movie and developing the characters in this interview.
Director Eliza Hittman talks about the view of masculinity and other topics taken in the film here.
The Disaster Artist
A couple new TV spots have been released by A24, one that shows the enthusiasm of Wiseau in making the movie and one that shows he refuses to accept the negativity of others.
Chris Thilk is a freelance writer and content strategist who lives in the Chicago suburbs.