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Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice director and DCEU overseer Zack Snyder has revealed the reason why Grant Gustin’s Flash wasn’t used for the movies. In fact, he was never in consideration.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice will be an absolutely enormous movie. Between Wonder Woman, Alfred Pennyworth, Lex Luthor, Doomsday, Lois Lane, and plenty of others, it will be a regular "who’s who" of DC lore in addition to the headlining duo.
Director Zack Snyder seems intent on taking the premise of the 300 franchise and moving the action to different battles throughout recorded history.
Zack Snyder revealed that he's already working on an adaptation of Ayn Rand's The Fountainhead. He just has those pesky superhero films to get out of the way before he can actually start on it though.
Some people have leveled accusations at director Zack Snyder that Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice looks “too serious,” but that's an accusation he has effortlessly brushed off.
The comparisons between how Marvel and DC are doing with their projects persist. The rivalry has gotten worse now that DC and Marvel both have cinematic universes, but here’s how Zack Snyder feels about the whole thing.
Do you like movies? Do you like movies so much that you prefer for them to never end? If your answer is yes, then have we got good news for you.
As we sit here on the eve of Zack Snyder’s big superhero team up movie, it’s only fair that we look back at Zack Snyder’s last big superhero team up movie, and everything that is wrong with it.
Once Ben Affleck was cast as the new Batman, it was clear that Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice takes place in a different universe from the Dark Knight Trilogy. However, director Zack Snyder did consider including Christian Bale.
After over a year of rumors, it’s been confirmed several times that Ezra Miller’s Flash will make his DCEU debut later this month in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Now it’s been revealed how he’s involved.
In the midst of fighting Batman and dealing with Lex Luthor, Superman is going to have to deal with anotehr difficult challenge in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
While director Zack Snyder is currently smack in the middle of building DC’s cinematic universe, at some point he’s probably going to get tired of making comic book movies and want to try something different just for a change of pace.
Many have logically assumed that Superman’s willingness to murder Zod represents Batman’s biggest point of contention with the Kryptonian, but according to Zack Snyder, it has more to do with the destruction Superman caused during Man of Steel.
As with any major blockbuster, Justice League: Part One has to assume a working title, i.e. a pseudonym for a movie so that the production can remain disguised from the public for at least a little while, but what they’ve chosen is... weird.
Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice is preparing itself for the eager public about to devour its every frame. But that preparation doesn't stop with the theatrical cut, as there's an R-rated cut in the works for the Blu-ray release. Read on for the details.
Although we went over the basic highlights of Zack Snyder’s Justice League picture yesterday, we thought we’d go deeper today with the main Easter Eggs on display in the photo. Take a look!
While DC has taken longer to get their cinematic world up and running than their competition over at Marvel Studios, the ball has finally begun to get rolling. With Wonder Woman currently filming, many eyes are now focused on the big chapter that will follow that movie, Justice League: Part One.
One fan has edited all of the trailers together into what they believe will be the chronological order of Batman V Superman:Dawn Of Justice. Check out all of the madness.
The question remains as apparent as ever: what are the chances that Batman V Superman will even make money? As it turns out, we actually have some insight on that topic, because science.
Opening this final Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer with an extended Batman action sequence was a brilliant and beautiful touch. In a lengthy montage, we’re able to see what a well-oiled machine this older, veteran Batman (Ben Affleck) is, and how well he works with his Alfred (Jeremy Irons).