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Warner Bros. has been stating, on record, that Snyder’s Batman v Superman is fantastic, and they are going to want to ramp up production on follow up films almost immediately. At the moment, there isn’t a release date for Man of Steel 2 on DC’s announced calendar, though there are tentative dates in place for movies that introduce The Flash, Aquaman and the Green Lantern Corp.
There are a few things capable of hurting Superman, chief among them Kryptonite and magic in the comics. But if you ask current Superman actor Henry Cavill, there’s only one thing truly capable of beating the Man of Steel.
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.
Over the weekend, the new Batman v Superman trailer debuted at San Diego Comic-Con and tied together the events of Man of Steel with the superhero face-off. While we saw footage of Ben Affleck’s Bruce Wayne witnessing the destructive force of Superman’s power, someone has gone one step further to connecting these two films.
The ending to 2013’s Man of Steel was controversial to say the least. What it was not, however, was pointless. The destruction of Metropolis will have a major impact on the DC film universe, and on Batman as well.
So a couple years back there was this little Superman movie called Man of Steel you might have heard of it. While there were a number of reasons that the movie had problems, the climax was a big one for a lot of people.
An action movie fan makes a video that successfully proves that all action movie trailers are all the same.
I want Restored Color Man of Steel, and I want it right now. The folks at Video Lab go so far as to say that Zack Snyder should drastically play around with his color tones to further differentiate the worlds of Batman (Ben Affleck) and Superman (Henry Cavill) when these two titans clash in 2016.
The Batman v Superman trailer brought up a lot of questions as to what this movie actually is. Is it a Man of Steel sequel? Is it supposed to introduce Batman? Is it setting up Justice League? According to Henry Cavill, the answers are no, yes and yes.
There hasn’t been any announcement about Russell Crowe will return as Jor-El the DC Cinematic Universe, but Crowe already has an idea of how he could return, and it involves exploring his character’s past.
Man of Steel gave one of the most shocking endings in superhero movie history with the titular hero killing General Zod. We’re examining how this scene came to be and and how it may shape the events of Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice.
When Henry Cavill signed on to play Superman in Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel, he signed on for one hell of a commitment. As though it weren’t a big enough deal just to play the original superhero on the big screen, he is also set to play the incredibly important figure in the growing DC Cinematic Universe. It’s a big deal, but Cavill is ready to ride the wave as long as possible.
Inspired by the upcoming Batman v Superman, one fan replaced Batman with Iron Man to create an incredibly awesome movie trailer.
Over the past year or so, news and updates about Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice have set up the 2016 blockbuster as a gateway to a larger DC Cinematic Universe, but there is another big responsibility that it carries. The film is very much also expected to be a sequel to Man of Steel that further develops the Kryptonian superhero - but what does that mean?
Despite the film being titled Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, we haven’t heard a lot of news regarding the Man of Steel’s role. Fortunately, new information has come out spotlighting Clark’s role in the film, as well as several other fascinating plot points.
Reading Christopher Nolan's thoughts on how movies should be made just makes us wish he would have taken Justice League when he had the chance. See what he had to say about a key piece of the comic movie landscape after the jump.
Instead of making Superman Lives, Tim Burton moved on to future projects, and Bryan Singer took a stab at the Man of Steel for Superman Returns.
While Christopher and Jonathan Nolan spent years improving the stock of DC Comics characters up on the silver screen, it appears that their time making superhero-related movies has come to an end. The latter, who scripted both The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises, has revealed in an interview that he and his brother are no longer affiliated with the growing DC Cinematic Universe.
Here you’ll find our latest quiz, testing just how well all of you know the not-so-famous players in the history of DC Comics based films. Read our hints, guess the name, check your answers, and be sure to take our poll at the end to see how well you did compared to others!
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.