It would appear that the likes of Deadpool and Logan, what with all their foul words and visible bloodletting and brief pegging interludes, have changed the game of superhero movies. It was once basic showbiz logic that a massively-budgeted capes-and-tights flick couldn‘t afford to go for the R rating and lose the portion of the audience that’d restrict. More minor one-off projects like Watchmen, Kick-Ass, and Kingsman could take that risk and repeatedly found that it paid off, but now mainstream heroes have adopted this more daring approach and met with attractive box-office receipts. And in keeping with their tried-and-true business strategy of doing everything Marvel does, but a year later, DC Films has no stated their intention to get into more mature material.
Good news: fans are finally getting their shot to lay claim to two highly sought-after pieces of comic book memorabilia, with George Reeves’ original Superman costume and the Batsuit worn by Michael Keaton during his stint as the Batman both up at auction until January 26. The bad news: you’re going to have to part with at least tens of thousands of dollars if you want to get your mitts on that spandex.
Since Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice hit theaters (and even prior to that), there’s been nothing but talk of the Justice League movies, a new Batman solo film starring and possibly (probably) directed by Ben Affleck, and various other DC superhero movies. But there’s one potential project that hasn’t been discussed: another Superman solo film. Warner Bros.’ DC movie schedule doesn’t include a sequel to Man of Steel, but that doesn’t mean that Zack Snyder and Henry Cavill aren’t thinking about it.
Just when you think you're officially over the whole ALS Ice Bucket Challenge thing, Amy Adams and Henry Cavill go ahead and do one from the set of 'Batman vs. Superman.' And they do it in costume, too. Yes, this may be your one and only opportunity to watch people pour buckets of ice water on Superman's head.
Even if you haven't seen Gravity, you probably know the premise. Something goes wrong, and Sandra Bullock is lost in space. Well, what if the movie was in the DC Universe, and Superman just came and fixed everything? Oh yeah...he's also the cause for the initial problem. Check out the funny video!
Now, this is a pretty creative fan film. In this video, Superman must deliver a GroPro camera to it's rightful owner. Along the way, he must fight crime and save a woman from a burning building before reaching his destination in Los Angeles.
Khal Drogo might be in the Batman-Superman movie! Jason Mamoa is in talks to join Henry Cavill's Superman and Benna Fleck's Batman, as well as the new(ish) comer playing Wonder Woman. Keep reading for more info.
It should be no surprise that Man of Steel, which opens this Friday, is already getting a sequel. Studios can get a pretty good gauge on whether a film is going to do well, and with all the buzz around Man of Steel, I can see why they would already green light a sequel. See who has signed on already, who hasn't, and take a guess at who the villain will be.
Henry Cavill is starring as Kal-El himself, Superman, in the upcoming, sure to be a mega blockbuster, Man of Steel. He says that he would love to see a Superman/Batman movie happen. Would they be teaming up or going head to head? Keep reading to see what Cavill had to say on it.
Here we have the third and newest trailer released for Man of Steel. The very beginning is some new footage of Jor-El saying goodbye to his son as he sends him to Earth. The middle of the trailer is stuff we've seen before...but THEN the last minute happens. New action packed footage! Check it out!
We all thought that Christopher Nolan was done with his Batman universe...What we do know is that he is producing and looking over the upcoming Superman movie, Man of Steel. This movie was supposed to not so secretly be the start toward a Justice League movie. Well, Latino Review, who has a pretty good track record, is saying that Christian Bale will be back as Batman for the Justice League movie!
While this isn't the first time Clark Kent has stepped down from his position as a newspaper reporter, it's still kind of a big deal in that he's doing it for modern day reasons. Plus that's been his place of employment since the 30's! After The Daily Planet is bought by Galaxy Broadcasting, a huge entertainment source, Superman aka Clark Kent is fed up that all they run are stories about Lookie's