Because he is Superman – and he’s impervious to pain – the buckets of ice water just keep coming. Two. Three. Four. By the time we get to buckets five and six, the crew of Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice have graduated to plastic garbage pails filled with chilled liquids.
Everything there is to know about Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice is here, including release date changes, new casting and all the latest news on the Batman vs. Superman project in one place.
An argument has broken out over whether Superman deserves the statue being erected in his honor in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. Needless to say, we've thrown our hat in the ring and have a couple of things to say ourselves.
Like it or not, there's a rivalry between Marvel and DC, and not the good kind that means thrilling crossover comics or mash-up movies. It turns out one of Marvel executive hated DC's Man of Steel, and he's not shy about telling the world why.
There are few things Hollywood movie studios do more than obsess over release dates. They are put together years in advance like a giant jigsaw puzzle. In theory, you would think every single movie would scratch and claw to get the easiest competition possible, but sometimes, the best thing a flick can do is find the biggest, most splashy entry on the calendar and position itself as counter-programming.
Of course, this is not the first time Aronofsky has backed away from a superhero project. He probably takes meetings all over town for these things, even though it doesn't seem like he ever has any intention of making one, despite his praise for the Man Of Steel gig.
Corridor Digital’s video likely made the rounds this week because people are Jonesing for new Superman action… and they know that it’s going to be several years before they see anything new.
"It was a movie made for a certain kind of audience. Perhaps more of a female audience. It wasn't what it needed to be, I guess," Singer says. "I think I could lop the first quarter off and start the movie a bit more aggressively and maybe find a way to start the movie with the jet disaster sequence or something. I could have grabbed the audience a little more quickly."
This year, the Academy tried to spread the wealth musically. When the nominations were announced this morning, the music categories honored a rock band (U2), an idiosyncratic experiment (Her), two animated films (Frozen, Despicable Me 2) and John Williams (The Book Thief). But like each year, there was a whole lot left on the table.
In the comics, Captain Marvel was born as Billy Batson, a 12-year-old homeless newsboy. One day he is led into a subway tunnel and taken to the lair of a great wizard named Shazam who bestows upon Billy a great gift. By shouting the wizard's name, Billy becomes Captain Marvel, an adult superhero with the abilities of Solomon (wisdom), Hercules (strength), Atlas (stamina), Zeus (power), Achilles (courage) and Mercury (speed).
I'll be recapping the highs and lows of the movie business experienced over the past 12 months. 2013 has been a pretty fascinating time for film, full of reversals of fortune, dizzying successes and even some truly polarizing pictures. So let's look back and GIF out!
Trying to introduce The Joker into this universe, which leans heavily on science-fiction (so far) and already has to juggle introductions for Bruce Wayne and Wonder Woman, could be the straw that breaks the sequel’s back.
Lawyer Marc Toberoff is issuing a request for a re-hearing of the November 21st decision to award the rights to the studio, backing the 1976 Copyright Act. WB argued successfully that a deal with Shuster’s siblings in 1992 allows them the rights to the character in perpetuity, and the debate is largely whether that agreement can be considered legally binding
If Cavill’s mentioning Cyborg in official interviews, you can bet the character is being bandied about in DC executive meetings. The character has been around since 1980. During the 2011 reboot of DC’s universe, though, Cyborg received a “promotion” of sorts. He was established as a founding member of the Justice League, and now plays a more prominent role in DC’s timeline.
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