Superman Homepage's Speeding Bulletin is Your Weekly Superman News Video for the Week Aug 30 - Sep 5, 2013 & September 6-12, 2013. Scotty V Gives His Thoughts On Lex Luthor Casting & Ben Affleck's Daredevil.
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..
Josh Brolin has already confirmed that he was in talks for the role of Batman, but now reveals whether he ever had a specific take on the character in mind. He also shares his disdain for those who have said that Ben Affleck is wrong for the role because he previously played Daredevil.
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.
Eric Lettman delivers on his words and brings us Lex Luthor! Scene 1: "Kryptonite" is here..
As cool as it will be to see Bats and Big Blue on the Big Screen, it does worry me too. Here's why.
As a fanboy, I can relate to nitpicking when it comes to the movies based on the beloved source material. However, there are four complaints I've seen this summer which are just baffling! As well as Iron Man 3, I also take a look at Man of Steel, Star Trek Into Darkness and The Wolverine...
It's moot now since we know the character will be played by Ben Affleck, but in an interview with The Huffington Post the Men In Black 3 actor confirms that he was indeed in the running to play Batman in Zack Snyder's Man Of Steel sequel.
We've heard from pretty much everyone else, why not fan-favorite Hugh Jackman! While talking to MTV at the Toronto International Film Festival, the Aussie actor says he reckons Ben Affleck will "crush it" as Batman. Click on for more..
Okay straight to the point...MARVEL SUCKS!!!! Okay now that we got that out of the way...oh wait that's just my opinion no wait they do suck.
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...
CBM user NapoleonDynamite offers his opinions on who could play Superman’s arch nemesis in the upcoming sequel.
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?
I, for one, love the idea of a Batman/Superman movie, as it will only help in strengthening a Justice League film. Read on and join me as I discuss why I think that's the case, and offer your own thoughts in the usual place.
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.
Ever since Ben Affleck has been cast as Bruce Wayne/Batman for Superman/Batman, we've heard a lot of opinions about it. Fans opinions, Vin Diseal's opinion, Matt Damon's opinion, and so much more. But the one person who's opinion matters is finally telling us what he thinks about Ben Affleck: the Goddamn Batman himself. Click to check it out.
The upstanding case for Jon Hamm as Lex Luthor.
When we asked you which of the three biggest movies of 2015 you're most excited for, a whopping 54% chose Batman/Superman. However, do you think that movie will beat The Avengers: Age of Ultron and Star Wars Episode VII at the box office? Here's your chance to tell us!