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The end of Man of Steel was not a good time to be in Metropolis. Buildings had a tendency to come crashing to the ground, and lots of them had people in them.
The new version of Batman that weíre going to see in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice is expected to be somewhat different than the one that weíve seen on screen in recent years. One of the ways in which this will be conveyed is in the part of Alfred.
When most people think of Batman, they think of a hero who a) doesnít use guns, and b) doesnít kill people. This has not only been a big thing in the comics for decades and decades, but it was also a very important part of the character in Christopher Nolanís Dark Knight trilogy.
After decades of battling evil in the DC Extended Universe, Bruce Wayne has become so hardened that in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, heíll take his crusade to the next level.
Director Kevin Smith is a big fan of Batman. Thatís really no secret. If youíve ever seen him in interviews heís as likely to be wearing a Batman t-shirt under his trademark coat as anything else. He also knows Ben Affleck. He loves the two together.
The Suicide Squad has appeared in a variety of media, such as Justice League Unlimited, Batman: Assault on Arkham and Arrow, but this will be their first theatrical appearance. Hereís our handy guide on everything you need to know about the film, from its basic premise to all the major players. Read on to get the details!
Now that heís jumping back into the comic book game as Bruce Wayne/Batman in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, it begs the question: does Ben Affleck want to direct his own superhero movie?
Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice is one of the most highly anticipated movies of the year; however, fans were discouraged and worried when Ben Affleck was announced as the new Batman/ Bruce Wayne. Director Zack Snyder recently opened up about his decision to cast Battfleck.
While we had to wait a few years from the beginning of the Marvel Cinematic Universe to get to that big Avengers team up but DC isnít going to make us wait that long. So who should lead the team when it finally arrives on screen?
2016 will see a major increase in the number of DC and Marvel characters appearing on the silver screen, that raises one question: which of these newcomers will truly steal the show?
Movie stars make a lot of money. This isnít exactly news. However, when movies bring in hundreds of millions of dollars, if not billions, itís difficult to say that theyíre not worth it. Still, not every movie is a hit, or even a big enough hit to justify some of these salaries.
When Ben Affleck takes over as Batman in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, comparisons are obviously going to be made with Christian Baleís version. According to Affleck, hereís how his Caped Crusader is different from his predecessor.
Batman and Superman aside, Ben Affleck thinks he knows who the most interesting character in Batman V Superman will be.
Director Kevin Smith was recently asked what his ideal Batman movie would be about, and he offered two big ideas, both based on established storylines from the comics.
DC comics seems to have dropped a brick on the accelerator pedal when it comes to building their on-screen universe. With two team up movies already planned for next year Warner Brothers is apparently looking for more.
As the calendar marches closer to Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice's release, there are still a few lingering questions that have yet to be addressed.
In Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, the world turns on Krytonís favorite son because of the destruction he failed to prevent at the end of Man of Steel. Caught in the wreckage, Bruce Wayne (Affleck) begins to investigate this alien threat under the guise of The Batman. Only, in time, the two classic heroes will have to unite to fight off a much larger threat.
When Marvel threw a Samuel L. Jackson cameo after the credits of the first Iron Man movie it was a gamble. With one sentence, the studio put in motion a plan that nobody had ever tried before.
Is Christian Bale playing Bruce Wayne again in Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice after all? No. No he's not. And here's Christian Bale telling you so.
With a new series of Batman movies potentially on the way, this is the perfect opportunity for villains to be introduced that havenít been seen on the big screen yet. Here are the adversaries of the Caped Crusader that need their due.