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The writer and director of Nightcrawler, Dan Gilroy, shares some thoughts on Tim Burton's defunct Superman Lives, which he worked on as a screenwriter. Check it out!
Concept artist Rolf Mohr ("Halo") shared some info on his blog regarding the time that he spent working on Superman Lives. He revealed that Jim Carrey ("The Mask") and Gary Oldman ("Batman Begins") were considered for the main villain role, Brainiac.
It looks like the immense success of Fox's Gotham may be inspiring DC & WB to give almost anything a go. It is being reported that the studio is developing another show, titled Krypton, which may or may not revolve around life on Krypton prior to the birth of Kal-El. Come check it out!
The website, movies.com, chatted with Nightcrawler screenwriter Dan Gilroy about working on Tim Burton's unproduced Superman Lives movie. Hit the jump to check it out.
It has been previously reported that the Eli and Edythe Board Art Museum on the MSU campus is hosting a party scene for Zack Snyder's Batman v Superman and now someone has contacted El Mayimbe with some more details. Come check it out.
At New York Comic Con, IGN interviewed Laura Vandervoort about the upcoming Supergirl television series being developed by CBS. She offers some advice for the future actress that will inhabit the role as well as expressing interest in making an appearance.
Come check out some concept art from Bryan Singer's Superman Returns (2006) and Gavin Hood's X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009), that were created by Dorotka Sapinska.
While we eagerly await the 2016 release of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice let's look back at two unused logos for Zack Snyder's Superman film, Man of Steel.
A follow up of my previous article, I discuss villains that Warner Brothers should avoid using in the DC Cinematic Universe.
I've been meaning to do this for a while, but I needed time to think it through. Now I'm going to go through all six Superman films from my least favorite, to the one that stands out the most. Which will be number one? Hit the jump to find out..