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There's been a lot of news on the money (or lack thereof) that Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice is making. Warner Bros. will still make a profit, but the superhero film may not even make as much as Superman's solo film.
Out of all of the defenders that Zack Snyder could land on his side, Michael Shannon is perhaps one of the staunchest to come around in recent days. Read on to see why Shannon defends his former Man of Steel helmer.
Director Zack Snyderís Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice isnít just set up to be one of the biggest blockbusters of 2016 Ė itís also really a launching pad for some much bigger franchise plans.
Diane Lane is still participating in the DCEU for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, but she still remembers the good times shooting Man of Steel, including an amusing moment involving Henry Cavill.
Marvel Studios has spent nearly a decade building up their cinematic universe with some of the most popular movies being produced in Hollywood, but in the next few years DC Comics and Warner Bros. plan to increase the competition.
Zack Snyder is still annoyed at all the people who were annoyed by all the people who died in Man of Steel. The director of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice still has to deal with fans who were upset or shocked at the collateral damage.
While thereís still fierce debate about whether Superman could have done more to lessen the casualties in Man of Steel, Henry Cavill has a good excuse for why things went down the way they did.
Many have logically assumed that Supermanís willingness to murder Zod represents Batmanís 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.
In response to these complaints about Supermanís characterization in Man of Steel, director recently said he doesnít think that his version of the Kryptonian hero isnít the ďwrongĒ version.
It was clear by the end of Man of Steel that Lois Lane and Clark Kent had struck up a special relationship, and in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice weíll see how the two of them being together has changed her.
After all of this time, Zack Snyder is still being asked to answer for the decisions made in the last act of Man Of Steel. Read on to see why Snyder still feels he's in the right, and why it's a compelling argument.
Zack Snyder has explained why the Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice trailer showed the world that Doomsday was in the blockbuster.
A new TV Spot for Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice was released this afternoon, and itís pretty gnarly. This new TV spot shows the darker side to Batman; check it out and try to not to get goosebumps.
With the cast of Man of Steel set to return in the highly anticipated Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice there is a sense of foreboding and nerves after its lukewarm predecessor. Superman himself, actor Henry Cavill, has recently opened up about this reality.
Henry Cavillís Clark Kent has his own way of making sure no finds out heís Superman in the DC Extended Universe, and in his opinion, itís a better approach than what Christopher Reevesí Clark did in the original Superman movies.
Mark Millar knows a thing or two about comic book characters. The man behind the books that inspired Kick-Ass and Kingsman: The Secret Service is known for telling stories that take violence to near artistic levels.
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.
So weíre not sure if you heard but >Man of Steel was a fairly divisive flick. While some people did enjoy the Superman reboot many others found the film severely lacking. It turns out one of those people is Marvelís Falcon, Anthony Mackie.
While most of the details of Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice are still unclear we just learned a little bit about Bruce Wayneís motivations and how the film will actually begin.