Batman vs. Superman

Batman vs. Superman The Man of Steel faces off against the Dark Knight.

Release Date: May 6th 2016

Director: Zack Snyder

Writers: David S. Goyer (screenplay & story), Zack Snyder (story), Bob Kane (based on Batman characters created by), Joe Shuster (based on Superman characters created by), Jerry Siegel (based on Superman characters created by)

Stars: Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Ben Affleck, Diane Lane, Laurence Fishburne
Director Zack Snyder (Watchmen, 300) sat down with Forbes to talk about the reaction to Superman in Man of Steel, his realistic version of the character and competitiveness with Marvel, among other things. Hit the jump to read what he had to say.
The Batman Vs. Superman director has shared his thoughts on seeing the stand-ins for Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill and Gal Gadot all suited up on set, and comments on a possible timeline for the first reveal of the new suits as well as how the idea to have Superman fight Batman in this movie came about...
While not revealing anything major (though there has been some speculation as to who the blurry person is in the shot), Batman vs Superman cinematographer Larry Fong has tweeted the following image, perhaps signalling the start of shooting on the highly anticipated sequel...
As many of us expected, Man of Steel and The Amazing Spider-Man 2 composer Hans Zimmer will indeed return to score Batman Vs. Superman for Warner Bros. and Zack Snyder, and he talks here about that and his concerns over creating a new theme for the Caped Crusader.
Last year's Man Of Steel had a very mixed reaction from fans, critics and general audiences alike. Many of you loved it, others loathed it. This editorial looks at how it's creative team can use some of the criticism they got from the first movie to create a great sequel for 2016...
It's seems forever since we found out Ben Affleck will be taking the cape from Christian Bale. But in this upcoming month, we're about to see Ben's Batman suit. As they begin filming Superman & Batman.
At least according to wife, Ben Affleck heads to Michigan this weekend to start filming for 'Batman vs Superman'.
Actress Lynda Carter, known for playing Wonder Woman in the 1975 TV series, has voiced her opinion on how Wonder Woman should be handled by both Gal Gadot and the writers of the Man of Steel sequel. Hit the jump to find out what the former Princess Diana had to say!
Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman), has been working out with fitness trainer Mark Twight, also the trainer for Henry Cavill, Antje Traue, and Michael Shannon for Man of Steel. The two of them have been seen together in Gadot's native home, Israel. Check out the images below to see her progress.
While being interviewed for her upcoming film Draft Day, Jennifer Garner was asked about her husband's (Ben Affleck) role and preperation in the upcoming Batman vs Superman.
While production on Batman vs Superman is still going, there have been 3 Marvel Movie actors cast in the film so far and I would to discuss their roles in the film.
The Latino Review boys think they've sussed out who the Oscar winning actress will play in Zack Snyder's Man Of Steel sequel, and contrary to initial reports, she IS an established DC Comics character..an ally of the Caped Crusader to be specific!
With Marvel/Disney officiating the release of Captain America 3 on the same day as Batman vs. Superman, a Warner Bros. rep says that they, too, plan to stand their ground… for the time being.
Right now DC's cinematic and TV output run parallel to each other without actually existing in the same universe..but could that change? During an interview with IGN, one of the main players at the studio suggests that it's definitely something Warner Bros. are thinking about..
The 300: Rise Of An Empire and Captain America: The Winter Soldier star opens up about his (as yet undisclosed) role in Batman Vs Superman and the forward march of his burgeoning Hollywood career.
If you're in the Detroit area, be sure to take advantage of this oppertunity to be an extra in the new Batman vs. Superman movie *possible spoilers*
Speaking to Metro UK, the director of “The Double” briefly commented on how he thinks Eisenberg will do as Lex Luthor in the much anticipated “Batman vs. Superman”.
While filming began last month, fans have yet to see as much as a title for the much-anticipated sequel to Man Of Steel. Have no fear as Batfleck's trainer has filled the lull with details of their target physique for Ben as the Caped Crusader, as well as a minor update on his progress. Hit the jump for details.
300: Rise of an Empire star Callan Mulvey, The Wolverine's Tao Okamoto and Academy Award winning actress Holly Hunter have all been added to the cast of Zack Snyder's still untitled Batman/Superman movie. Who will they be playing? Hit the jump for details on all that and more!
With as little information we have on "Batman vs. Superman", I list five comics that I think will be the most influential source material when it comes to the characterization of Jesse Eisenberg’s Lex Luthor.
"Don’t be afraid to make it your own." Hathway, who played Catwoman in The Dark Knight Rises, offers some advice to her Rio 2 costar Jesse Eisenberg on bringing an iconic comic book character to life on the big screen.
The actress has played Catwoman before, voicing her in Batman: Year One. In a recent interview, she expressed interest in playing Catwoman in a future DCU movie installment. Click the jump for more!
Josh Brolin, the former Batman front runner talks more about why he didn't end up with the role and also had a few words about the internet uproar that followed Ben Affleck's casting. Read on for the details.
During promotion for his latest film, Rio 2, Jesse Eisenberg was asked if we'll see him shave his head as Lex Luthor for Warner Bros. Batman/Superman. The actor responded with a complete exaggeration, trying to dodge the question -- which seemingly worked. Hit the Jump!
This is an In-depth editorial on what I think the Story should be for the Sequel to MOS.