Joe Manganiello dishes out more details on Ben Affleck's upcoming Batman solo film.
The Deathstroke actor says Ben Affleck's Batman will take the franchise in a new direction.
The Deathstroke actor reveals cameras will roll on the Ben Affleck sooner than we expected.
Joe Manganiello, who'll play Deathstroke in "Justice League" and the Batman film, offers his support to the "Pitch Perfect" actress.
On Twitter, Manganiello showed off his Deathstroke comics collection in anticipation of his role in the upcoming solo Batman film.
True Blood star Joe Manganiello has been tapped to play the the fan-favorite mercenary in the Ben Affleck-led Batman solo film.
The three actors will lend their voices to Clumsy, Brainy and Hefty in Sony's fully animated "Smurfs: The Lost Village."
Channing Tatum, Matt Bomer, Joe Manganiello, Kevin Nash, Adam Rodriguez and Gabriel Iglesias reunite in the new trailer for the sequel to the 2012 comedy-drama.
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Paul Reubens trumpeted the "True Blood" veteran's casting with new photos from the set of the Netflix film.
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The "Magic Mike" actor is reportedly Warner Bros. top choice to play Deathstroke in David Ayer's super villain film.
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A new rumor suggests that either Edgerton or Bernthal could fill the Rick Flag role vacated by Tom Hardy.
Arnold Schwarzenegger and Joe Manganiello square off as the crap hits the fan in the first full clip from David Ayers' Sabotage.
The first trailer for David Ayer's Sabotage stars Arnold Schwarzenegger, Olivia Williams, Harold Perrineau and more as DEA agents trying to avoid death.
Rumored Batman candidate Joe Manganiello wants to deconstruct the genre, saying, "There's so many superhero projects out there that it's almost like they're becoming normal, so I want to do one that just flips it on its head and makes it crazy."