Hey, remember when the fine folks over at DC and Warner Bros were generous enough to give us a look at Batmanís mask yesterday on the floor of Comic-Con? Well, consider that nice little tease officially blown out of the water by the embed director Zack Snyder dropped above!
As a hotly sought stuntman, Hanton has stepped into the boots, suits and capes of such superheroes as Batman, Thor, Captain America, Green Lantern and James Bond. With San Diego Comic Con about to kick off, we wanted to get to know the man behind some of modern superhero movies' most exhilarating moments, and learn how some of these mind-blowing stunts came together.
Just like we have with many of the other major blockbusters set to come out over the next few years, we have researched and gathered as much information about the development of the Justice League movie as we could possibly find to try and put together a picture of what we can expect from the superhero team up movie.
Most of us love villains. Even if we root against them, deep down we canít get enough of their nefarious little schemes and their incessant plotting. Done correctly, they can be the most memorable things about superhero/ gangster/ crime/ high school movies. But itís time we took a step back and realized these sociopaths, murderers, assholes, douche bags, bitches and bloodsuckers donít act alone.
25 years ago, modern comic films got the start they needed. Join us as we look at the legacy that Tim Burton's Batman has made for itself after two and a half decades of existence!
Characters like Hush, Azrael and Jason Todd have yet to get live-action adaptations, and stories that utilize an older, wiser Batman have yet to come to the forefront as movie material. We decided to pick through the clutter and grab 10 pivotal, iconic Batman stories, searching for the best choices for adaptation into the onscreen DC universe.
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.
Among the announced films, we can guess that Justice League and Man Of Steel 2 are accounted for, likely films directed by Zack Snyder. With Sandman probably directed by Joseph Gordon-Levitt, that leaves Shazam, Wonder Woman and Green Lantern & The Flash without a director.
With DC Comics launching a new sneak attack regarding their plans to start their own cinematic universe, perhaps now's a good time to learn about just what their putting together.
f you plan a trip to Los Angeles, you will be able to see props, costumes, cars and memorabilia that were part of Tim Burtonís Batman movies, as well as Christopher Nolanís Dark Knight trilogy.
While Zack Snyder did a great job revealing Ben Affleck's Batsuit in the upcoming Batman vs. Superman last week, it was missing one very important element: color. Because the picture was shot in black and white and in such a shadowy environment, it was hard to tell what kind of shading was going on in the design.
How has the Bat suit evolved over the years? And who wore the suit best? Letís run through a visual gallery of the big-screen Batman suit through the years, commenting on their designs and figuring out where Ben Affleckís new Bat suit fits in the dark-and-brooding legacy.
For a character who is 75 years old, Batman still looks pretty spectacular, doesnít he? Like fellow DC superhero Superman before him, the Caped Crusader is getting a year-long celebration for his diamond jubilee anniversary, though Iíd expect he want the diamond to be colored black.
In additional to the more personal stories, Culp also interviewed a host of people who have been involved with the characterís rise to dominance over the years, including Michael Uslan, executive producer of most of the blockbuster films, comic book writer Denny OíNeil, Seven Spiritual Laws of Superheroes co-author Gotham Chopra and Lenny B. Robinson, who dresses up as Batman and makes appearances at childrenís hospitals.
Directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller, who previously brought us the first Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs and 21 Jump Street, The LEGO Movie centers on an ordinary minifig named Emmet who finds himself thrust into a dangerous situation when he encounters a group that believes he is the fabled Master Builder.