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The overall tone of the Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice teaser trailer paints a bleak picture of what to expect, and when it comes to Superman, this feels too dark for him.
Warner Bros. has now released an official HD version of the first trailer for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Check it out, it's awesome.
Before Christian Bale donned the black cape and mask to become Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight, there were a bevy of actors up for the role. Josh Hartnett was apparently also in the mix, but unlike the other candidates, he made the fatal error of turning down the now iconic part.
Last night Michael Keaton returned to Saturday Night Live after not having hosted for over two decades. As many of us were expecting the highly-respected actor reprised two of his most iconic big screen characters, Batman and Beetlejuice, after being begged by a few SNL fanboy cast members — although it didn't go quite as you may think.
Julie Newmar is allegedly returning for the upcoming animated Batman 66 feature film, which will reunite her with Adam West and Burt Ward.
A project based on the 1960s Batman TV series is being developed to coincide with the show’s 50th anniversary, and the original two leads are returning to voice the Dynamic Duo. Holy fantastic news!
Ever since San Diego Comic-Con 2013, when David S. Goyer hinted at a confrontation between Batman and Superman in Zack Snyder's upcoming Man of Steel follow-up, fans have been wondering one simple thing: what could lead the two great superheroes to fight one another?
There have been plenty of instances where a hero or villain’s costume was either an eyesore or completely opposite of the character’s look from the comics. Here are the 10 characters that wore the ugliest costumes in all of superhero movie history.
Jim Parsons has made a name for himself playing Sheldon Cooper on CBS’ hit series The Big Bang Theory. But now he wants to take a new direction.
Batman is expected to cast a long shadow over the events of David Ayer’s Suicide Squad, and not just because he’s probably responsible for most – if not all – of the characters featured in the super-villain team up being in jail.
Despite kicking off their shared superhero universe much later than Marvel, Warner Bros have demonstrated in the past year that they are dedicated to pooling a large portion of their resources into adapting the DC Comics heroes for the big screen.
Bruce Wayne leads a double life. By day, he’s a well-respected billionaire playboy who heads up Wayne Enterprises and attends lavish parties with ballerinas as his dates. At night, the mask goes on and he dives into a world of depraved acts and his “playroom” full of bits and bobs that would make Anastasia Steele blush. And, no, we’re not talking about him being the Caped Crusader.
Tegan and Sara’s “Everything Is Awesome” Oscars performance was the craziest moment from one of the dullest awards ceremonies of recent memory. While there were a ton of dancers, Questlove and an “awesome possum,” you might have missed Will Arnett. But you definitely didn’t miss what he was wearing.
Ever since Batman’s introduction to the world of popular culture in 1939, the brooding cave-dwelling dispatcher of disorder has managed to capture the imagination of people around the world and is undoubtedly one of the most iconic characters in history. Certainly, his influence, especially in the cinema is huge.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson finally revealed late last year that he will play the antagonist Black Adam in DC Comics' upcoming Shazam movie - but because the film won’t be hitting theaters until 2019, it will be a while before we see him in the role. That being said, it's not too early to start getting really excited for the character to exist in the same big screen universe as other DC heroes
Though Christopher Nolan said he won’t return to direct another superhero movie, making a Batman movie has to be one of the most surreal experiences of a director’s life. But a LEGO Batman movie? That sounds like way more fun — and apparently it is!
There have plenty of rumors in recent months about when Warner Bros plans to give us our first taste of Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, and the latest one suggests that the first preview will be aired during the Super Bowl.
Jared Leto has confirmed that he will be playing the Clown Prince of Insanity in Suicide Squad, but plot details have informed us that, for now, The Joker will be locked away for the duration of the film and will be playing mind games on the villains in the Squad a la Hannibal Lecter.
We thought we’d seen the last of Michael Shannon in the DC Cinematic Universe after Zod was killed in Man of Steel, but now it’s being reported that he may have an important role to play in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice.
Despite being primarily lead by supervillains, new information suggests that 2016’s Suicide Squad will feature an appearance from Batman. Here’s how he’ll fit into the film.