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Just like the title suggests, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice will lay the foundation for the Justice League, and director Zack Snyder is reportedly taking inspiration from one of his past movies to do this.
Wondering how long it'll take for the DC Trinity to meet up, kick ass, and set up the post Batman v. Superman: Dawn Of Justice universe? Wonder no longer, as we have the first indication of just that.
While Lucasfilm may be owned by the same media company that owns Marvel Comics, that doesnít mean that the competition over at DC isnít equally in love with the galaxy far, far, away.
While the newest trailer for Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice has made quite a bit much more clear regarding the filmís plot, thereís one thing that weíve seen that still doesnít make a lot of sense.
The ending of Man of Steel left a lot of Superman fans lost and alone. Metropolis was in ruin and the defender of truth, justice, and the American way had just gone and snapped a dudeís neck.
We're tremendously curious about the role that Scoot McNairy will be playing in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and now that a few more clues are on the table, weíve started to narrow down exactly what kind of role we will get to see him in.
While Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice is only the second movie in the build toward a DC cinematic universe the movie will be introducing many of the key characters that will make up this new world.
The already crowded Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice has confirmed another cameo, but don't expect another member of the Justice League.
No superhero has been as busy on the big screen as The Batman. Heís getting ready for his eighth major motion picture since 1989 when Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice comes out next year.
Weíve all been thinking that Zack Snyderís Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was based on Frank Millerís classic comic book The Dark Knight Returns. But, as it turns out, we were wrong.
Warner Bros. was obviously going to pour a lot of money into Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, but it appears they may have spent more green on it than previously thought.
We expect to learn even more about Zack Snyderís Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice as New York Comic-Con rolls on. The movie opens in theaters on March 25, 2016.
Zack Snyderís upcoming superhero face-off, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, received its rating from the MPAA. It will be PG-13. Hopefully, thatís not a shock to you. Still, there was one interesting aspect to the MPAAís rating that likely hints at whatís coming story wise.
In a recent interview with We Got This Covered, Jesse Eisenberg explained that Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice tells a mature story that mainstream audiences can get behind.
Itís unclear what fate awaits Man of Steel 2. Some say itís in development, some say itís indefinitely postponed, and others say David Goyer passed a Brainiac pitch for the sequel along to Warner Bros. According to recent statements from Man of Steelís Zack Snyder, however, there might not be any need for one.
After hearing what Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice director Zack Snyder said about Ant-Man, Bucky Barnes, a.k.a. the Winter Soldier, himself Sebastian Stan, who decided to drop a burn of his own.
While we have seen many different actors take on the role of Batman over the years, we have actually only seen two big screen Alfred Pennyworths. The first was Michael Gough, who played Bruce Wayne's butler in both the Tim Burton movies and the Joel Schumacher entries; and the second was Michael Caine, who played the part throughout The Dark Knight Trilogy.
A few weeks back, a rumor began swirling around the internet saying that Mad Max: Fury Road director George Miller was being considered by Warner Bros. to take the helm of an upcoming DC Comics adaptation. Sadly, it doesn't seem as though that's actually going to happenbut if Miller does have any interest, he has a key figure in his corner.
Zack Snyder has finally set the record straight on whether we'll see more of the Caped Crusader compared to the Man of Steel overall in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
Zack Snyder has started the latest verbal sparring match between Marvel and DC, criticizing Ant-Man, even going as far as to call it the "flavor of the week." Ouch.