Superman

Superman Superman, a comic book superhero featured in DC Comics publications, has appeared in various films since his inception. Ilya and Alexander Salkind and Pierre Spengler purchased the Superman film rights in 1974. After numerous scripts, Richard Donner was hired to direct the film, filming Superman (1978) and Superman II (1980) simultaneously. Donner had already shot 80% of Superman II before it was decided to finish shooting the first film. The Salkinds fired Donner after Superman's release, and commissioned Richard Lester as the director to finish Superman II. Lester also returned for Superman III (1983), and the Salkinds further produced the 1984 spin-off Supergirl before selling the rights to Cannon Films, resulting in Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987). With over 15 years of development for a fifth Superman film, Superman Returns, directed by Bryan Singer, was released in 2006, along with Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut. Following the disappointing financial results of Superman Returns, Warner Bros. plans to reboot the film series for a June 2013 release. Christopher Nolan will produce the reboot, with David S. Goyer writing and Zack Snyder directing.
The world awaits Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, but theres something else I demand from Zack Snyders' Man of Steel world.
In this edition, a giant robot falls from the outer depths of space, and after superman breaks the robot to pieces, he finds who created the robot, and the man who created is no stranger to our beloved Hero. Hit the jump to figure out who it is!
New full-length trailer has just been released for "The Death of Superman Lives; What Happened?" documentary. Hit the jump to see snippets of interviews with all the players as well as a look at never-before-seen concept art from the never-made film.
The latest issue of Superman explores Clark's skills as an investigative journalist, as he searches for clues to the origin of a new superhuman in Metropolis who adopts Superman as his new earthly mentor.
Now commenting on the development status of his mystery DC Comics movie role, which he's already hinted is Captain Marvel, check out what Dwayne Johnson says in a new video interview.
Despite her lack of superhuman abilities, Lois Lane is up there with the most famous women in comic book history. Being the inquisitive journalist and main love interest of Superman, Lois Lane has appeared alongside Clark Kent in various adaptations of the Superman comic books on the big and small screen. In this editorial, I will take a look back at the actresses who have played the Daily Planets renowned reporter and rank them accordingly!
He's rumoured to be up for a role in a future DC Comics movie, but when asked how he thinks Henry Cavill's Superman would fare in a battle with his Hercules, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson claims that the Man of Steel wouldn't stand a chance. Is this a preview of Superman vs. Darkseid in Justice League?
DC Entertainment has reversed their decision in preventing their Superman Logo to appear on the commemorative statue of a five year old boy who died of starvation due to criminal negligence. The boy's favorite superhero was Superman.
In Man Of Steel, Superman as well as other Kryptonians are perceived to be basically God-Like and powerful, but not omnipotent. Meaning there is a limit to their power. Using physics and science, as well as some understanding of how Kryptonians use their abilities, let's take a look at how Batman could exploit Superman's weaknesses.
DC Entertainment has denied a request made to utilize Superman's iconic symbol in a statue meant to commemerate the short life of a young boy tragically murdered by his grandparents.
Love it or hate it, Man Of Steel seemed to split audiences and critics alike. GodzillaKart says it didn't have to be so!
Comic book artist Neal Adams recently sat down and talked to Kevin Smith on his Fatman On Batman podcast. Having praised what Marvel had done with the Avengers, he talked about Zack Snyder's Man Of Steel and briefly shared his thoughts on Bryan Singer's Superman returns.
If they're going to take down Wraith once and for all, it's down to Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman to come together! The series is nearly at an end, so hit the jump for a first look at Scott Snyder (Batman) and Jim Lee's (Justice League) Superman Unchained #7.
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Scott Snyder and Jim Lee's New 52 take on Superman has faced some lengthy delays, but the last chapter will finally hit shelves this September. Check out the solicitation and stunning wraparound cover art for Superman Unchained #9.
From a 2017 Flash/Green Lantern team-up to a 2018 direct sequel to Man of Steel, the handful of big-screen DC Comics titles that Warner Bros. has planned have possibly been outed ahead of Comic-Con.
Everyone should watch this......This is the best Video Review/Criticism for Man of Steel. Also compares the end battles of The Avengers & MOS.
The first of many, the Devil reviews what is possibly the most controversial CBM of all time.
You read the title right! Andrew Garfield has reportedly signed a new contract to return as the web crawler for four more films. We already now that A Spider-Man film is expected for 2016 but this report also claims that another film is in development for 2015! Hit the jump to check out more!
DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. launches online portal in which individuals can gift everyday heroes with Superman themed merchandise.
I just got back from seeing this and, just like the first, I thought this was a mixed bag. I thought there was huge potential for the second one, but I was disappointed. With that said, I still have faith and believe the future has HUGE potential, if done right. Here's how:
Dean Cain, known for 1990s television series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, gives his opinion about last year's Man of Steel, which starred Henry Cavill in the title role. Check out what he had to say.
During his chat with Kevin Smith on the Fatman on Batman podcast, Marvel Entertainment’s Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada expressed his dissapointment in Zack Snyder's Man Of Steel claiming that he felt that "Zod was the hero of the movie". Read on for more...