Batman is set to join Superman in the follow up to Man of Steel. But is this the best way to go for Warner Bros. and DC? And is this really what we want in a Man of Steel sequel?
Extremely overdue, but touching down in the corner today Superman's latest outing. Hit the jump for my MAN OF STEEL review.
Superman Homepage's Speeding Bulletin is your weekly Superman news video for the week July 26-August 1, 2013. This also includes a segment brought to you by Scotty V that discusses certain topics surrounding the greatest hero in the world.
Did you guys hear that we are going to see some really great DC characters finally get there own films? No?? Yeah neither did I, but hey we get to see Batman and Superman...again.
Panel includes: DC Comics co-publisher and artist Jim Lee; All-Star Superman and Action Comics writer Grant Morrison; the most recognized voice of Superman in the animated universe Tim Daly; Man of Steel co-writer David S. Goyer; Man of Steel star Henry Cavill; and others.
Here I debate and what to understand your thoughts. I also discuss my opinions on how Superman isn't portrayed has a Sci-fi character first even though he was created has one. Unhealthy obsession with the Silver Age version of Superman or the Silver Age in general.
Well, there you go, read it.
Famed comic book writer Grant Morrison shares his views on Zack Snyder and David S. Goyer's "Man of Steel." Said Morrison, "I don't want to sound like some fuddy-duddy Silver Age apologist but I've noticed a lot recently of people saying Batman should kill the Joker..."
Here is the latest installment in CinemaSin's Movie Recipes, with Man of Steel!
My two cents on Man Of Steel.
Of course we now know that sequel will involve a certain other major player, but some time will have to be devoted to the central relationship from the first movie too. Where does Cavill see things for Clark and Lois in the next film now that she knows his true identity?
The filming of the Man of Steel sequel, in which Superman and Batman will face off, will be relocating to Toronto after the first movie was shot in Vancouver. Hit the jump for more details.
Superman Homepage's Speeding Bulletin is your weekly Superman news video for the week July 19-25, 2013. This also includes a segment brought to you by Scotty V that discusses certain topics surrounding the greatest hero in the world.
In what is sure to be considered more evidence of this site's decline, we asked McGee to review The Wolverine for its opening weekend and he turned in his review for a movie that's been out for over a month. Enjoy!
"Arrow" executive producers Andrew Kreisberg and Marc Guggenheim discuss how the recent announcement of a "Superman vs Batman" film impacts their quest to get Nightwing on the show.
Pegg (alongside The World's End co-star Nick Frost) speaks to Collider about possibly shooting the third Star Trek movie in time for a 50th anniversary release. He also shares his problems with Man Of Steel..can you guess what they are??
Earlier this year, Max Landis ("Chronicle") was approached by DC Comics to work on a weekly year-long series, with Greg Pak, that would've rebooted The Death & Return Of Superman. Even though it never materialized, Max has posted a video detailing his plan.
"The Dark Knight Rises" screenwriter Jonathan Nolan says he won't be involved with Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel" sequel which will introduce a new Batman. Were you hoping that he would join the creative and team-up again with David S. Goyer?
Salutations, fellow ComicBookMovie members. I am Marauder from the future, and I have came to transmit this review of the Batman/Superman team-up film from the future. Read on for more...