Obviously Miss Lane needs no introduction to comic book fans, but the Daily Planet's Pulitzer Prize winning reporter will now be making the transition to the world of the young adult novel in Lois Lane: Fallout. Click on for details.
A new full-length trailer for Jon Schnepp's documentary on Tim Burton's now infamous attempt to bring the Man of Steel to the screen (with Nicholas Cage in the title role) has been released. See some new interview snippets, BTS footage and concept art after the jump.
Teasing that Justice League is coming sooner than we think, Warner bros' president has commented on Batman v Superman's new date and its previous which would have taken on Captain America 3.
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.
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.
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?
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.
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.
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!