With new snippets of footage from Man of Steel being released this week by Warner Bros., YouTube user soylentbrak1 has created a fan-edited IMAX TV spot promoting the film that utilizes this footage. Definitely a nicely-done piece.
American audiences will get to see Star Trek Into Darkness next week, and we've scored an exclusive interview with Chris Pine who discusses the role of Captain Kirk, the impact the first film had on his life and what audiences can expect in the new film.
Man of Steel is at least partially inspired by Mark Waid's Superman: Birthright, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary. In this excerpt from a new 20,000+ word Q&A, issue-by-issue digital book guide to Birthright, Waid begins to share his feelings about Superman.
In the following interview clips, Superman Unbound actor Matt Bomer discusses the plot of the film, the relationship between Superman and Supergirl and his feelings about the film's villain, Brainiac. Look for Superman Unbound on Blu-ray/DVD May 7th.
Molly Quinn, who voices Supergirl in the May 7, 2013 release of Superman Unbound, is featured in these interview clips discussing the relationship between Superman and Supergirl, Supergirl's role in the film and her feelings about the script written by Bob Goodman.
Warner Bros. has released a new Superman-Lois Lane centric clip from May 7th's animated film Superman Unbound, which pits the Man of Steel against Brainiac. Additionally, in video clips Matt Bomer and Stana Katic discuss their characters' relationship.
In the animated Superman Unbound (which is being released May 7th), actor John Noble voices the character of Brainiac. In the trio of clips that follow, he reflects on the experience, his approach to the character and his memories of the Superman radio series.
With the animated film Superman Unbound being released on May 7th, Warner Bros. has issued a new clip that focuses on Molly Quinn's character of Supergirl, as she attempts to rescue Lois from kidnappers.
Vadakin continues his exploration of what would make successful transitions of characters from the Justice League into their own films. In this article excerpt he turns his attention to the Martian Manhunter.
Matt Bomer (Superman) and Molly Quinn (Supergirl) were among the talent from Superman Unbound attending Wondercon, and in these video interviews they discuss their respective roles. Note that the first question in each interview was asked by CBM's Ed Gross.
Bruce Timm has been an integral creator in the development and evolution of the DC Tooniverse since the debut of Batman: The Animated Series, and the big news, as revealed in this article excerpt, is that he has stepped down from his supervisory position.
In a continuing series of articles, Vadakin is exploring the movie potential of different members of the Justice League, having previously looked at Batman, Aquaman and Green Lantern. Now he's turned the focus on Wonder Woman, an excerpt of which follows.
Tonight at 8PM Eastern, the first season of Syfy's Continuum comes to an end, and in this exclusive interview, series creator Simon Barry discusses where things will leave the audience and previews the show's second season.
As the March 26th release of Enterprise season one on Blu-ray approaches, we've decided to dig into the archives to retrieve this interview with co-creator and executive producer Brannon Braga written prior to the show's 2001 debut.
IDW’s Library of American Comics and DC Entertainment have announced the beginning of a new partnership to reprint some of the rarest DC Comics stories — the Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman newspaper strips. These strips, needless to say, have been long unavailable.
The Teen Titans are returning to Cartoon network in the all-new comedic adventures of Teen Titans Go!, and fans will be able to get a first look at the new incarnation of the series at Wondercon, being held in Anaheim, California the weekend of March 29th.
Fairy tales rule the box office (thank you, Oz!) and they're doing pretty well on TV as well. Tonight the CW airs a new episode of Beauty and the Beast, followed tomorrow night by NBC's Grimm and Sunday will be a new episode of ABC's Once Upon a Time. Take a preview of what's to come on each of them.
The focus in this particular round-up is on a trio of science fiction film projects that have been announced coming from actress Kyra Sedgwick, Star Trek writer/producers Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman, and Oz the Great and Powerful producer Joe Roth.
Laura Vandervoort, best known as Supergirl on Smallville and the Visitor Lisa on "V", has signed on to portray a werewolf in Canada's Space Channel's new series, Bitten, based on the Women of the Otherworld book series by Kelley Armstrong.
Two clips have been released from The Host, the March 29th scifi film about the survival of love and the human spirit in a time of war when alien entities have taken over the bodies of humanity who are forced to serve as hosts.
From YouTube user kashchei2003 comes the final installment of this amazing, gradually unfolding fan-made saga recounting the Superman: Doomsday storyline from the comics, with Brandon Routh starring as the Man Of Steel
The A&E Network is getting into scripted programming in a big way (their Bates Motel premieres next Monday), and now they're entering the world of the supernatural with the pilot Occult, for which they have just cast the two lead roles.
As superheroes dominate the big screen, Canada’s own iconic champion, Captain Canuck, created in 1976 by Richard Comely, has been reinvented for 2013 and is stepping into the limelight in an exciting new 5-episode animated web series.
Ridley Scott will be collaborating with Machinima to create a dozen science fiction short films for the web that could conceivably be transformed into feature film franchises, according to an article posted at Deadline.com.
Back in 2006, director/producer Greg Beeman, who had been a part of Smallville from the beginning and was getting ready to move on to NBC's Heroes, helmed the Aquaman pilot Mercy Reef. He reflects on that effort in this interview excerpt.