Has no one mentioned this yet? Or at least put it together? There's a giant easter egg in Man of Steel that seems to have both kryptonite and a possible lead towards Batman vs. Superman.
Speaking at last night's BATFA and BFI Screenwriters' Lecture, The Man Of Steel writer once again addressed the movie's controversial ending, admitting that he doesn't agree with many writer's "rule" that Supes would never take a life. Read on for more..
For decades and decades, comic book fans from across the globe have been debating who would win in an all-out brawl between the two heroes: Batman vs. Superman! Could this editorial introduce this argument to it's conclusion? Read on to find out!
Man Of Steel actor Henry Cavill may have broken Zod's neck at the end of that movie, but he gets a chance to redeem himself on Sesame Street. I guess he teams up with someone else before Batman! Check it out after the jump..
While the initial fuss has dissipated, the question of BATMAN VS SUPERMAN’s villain and who will play him still looms large in our heads. Analyzing the most popular choice to date, I take issue with Bryan Cranston being potentially cast as Lex Luthor. Hit the jump for more.
We know that the composer will once again work with Christopher Nolan on Interstellar, but after that? Zimmer discusses being "done with Batman", and reveals whether or not he has an open invitation from WB to return to work on Zack Snyder's Man Of Steel sequel..
The pop sensation has posted a pic of himself posing with the "script" for Zack Snyder's Man Of Steel sequel..a script which isn't even written yet. Is he taking the piss of has he actually signed on to play Robin? What the f*ck do YOU think?
Warner Bros. has released a trailer for the upcoming Blu-ray/DVD release of Zack Snyder's Man Of Steel..which is basically just the third theatrical trailer! Still, if you fancy another look ahead of the home release, have at it..
There hasn't been an official announcement on this yet, but frequent Zack Snyder cinematographer Larry Fong's online resume states that he will indeed rejoin the director on his upcoming Man Of Steel sequel. Click on for more..
Up! Up! And away! Let's take a look back at some of the more intriguing Man Of Steel rumors that were reported on, and see which ones ended up being fact, and which ones ended up being fiction.
While Pacific Rim was quite easily the worst movie to be released this summer, I truly believe that it was Man of Steel which was ultimately the most disappointing. Now, that's not to say it was bad (because it wasn't), but that doesn't mean it wasn't a massive letdown...
As with many other superheroes these days (particularly DC ones) Superman is getting a much darker cinematic interpretation than audiences have ever seen before. But is this a good thing, or a bad thing?
There are countless debates being held over Man of Steel, Good, Bad, and Ugly. I am exiting (for now) that debate, instead, I'm going to talk about what I would love Superman to be. Including what I would love to see the next Batman vs. Superman movie to become.
There are many reviews on Man of Steel, good and bad, as with any film. This is my take on a deeper look into the film and how I believe it will affect the future of the DC Cinematic Universe moving forward. Read on if you want a deep breakdown of the Man of Steel film as I understood it.
As of so far, 2013 has been regarded by some as a disappointing year for tent-pole films. Mr Sunday takes a look at the biggest movies of 2013 including Iron Man 3, Pacific Rim, Man Of Steel, The Wolverine plus more, to see which ones didn't quite land with audiences. Check out all out after the jump!