That's right guys... The video footage of the announcement of the next upcoming Superman/Batman movie.. Check it out before its removed..
Check out some fantastic concept art from Zack Snyer's Superman film, Man Of Steel. Come see designs for Jor-El's War-Bot, interior design of the Black Zone and Unused Kryptonian guns.
There have been plenty of rumors about Henry Cavill starring in the film version of 50 Shades of Grey, and in this interview excerpt he discusses how future roles will be impacted by Superman and his thoughts about suiting up again.
Although it's previously seen artwork, Amazon has revealed the DVD and Blu-Ray covers of Zack Snyder's Superman reboot. There's also a snap of the Superman and Zod figures that come with the Blu-ray. Take a look after the jump..
Ant-Man director, Edgar Wright, doesn't usually keep his mouth shut when it comes to comic books or comic book movies. In this week's Total Film, he commented on the Man Of Steel controversy. Plus, a new Amazing Spider-Man 2 banner has been released.
HISHE present their thoughts on how Zack Snyder's polarizing Superman reboot really should have ended in the humorous animated effort. Check it out after the jump..
Man of Steel flew past the $600M mark this weekend. Details after the jump!
In this excerpt from an exclusive interview with Man of Steel storyboard artist Jay Oliva we gain greater insight into how the film's action set pieces were developed, collaborating with Zack Snyder and hopes for the future of the DC Movie Universe.
A friendly competitive comparison between the Superman (1978) and Man of Steel. Which is better? Why?
In this excerpt from an exclusive one-on-one interview, Henry Cavill offers up his opinion on what Superman represents in Man of Steel. Some might disagree, but there's no question that he clearly has a very specific image in mind.
Remember that amazing Man of Steel trailer with the awesome Hans Zimmer score? Well, check out this makeover done in the style of the beloved Christopher Reeves Superman movies! Includes a Marlon Brando voiceover.
Premiering this month on Cartoon Network is the CG animated series Beware the Batman. In this interview posted at Voices From Krypton.net, producer Mitch Watson details that before settling on the final concept for the show, one idea was a Superman/Batman series.
Hit the jump to see all of your questions about 'Man Of Steel' answered!
My apologies to anyone who hasn't seen the movie "Man of Steel". I kind of spoiled one particular scene with my title. And from here on, I will refer to the movie as "MOS". I apologize again for the minor spoiler I am going to elaborate more on.
I know I will get flamed for my views here, but with editorial after editorial declaring that Superman killing is OK I figured I'd give a view for the other side on why it's not.
Despite the fact it's been out for several weeks, the debate over Man of Steel continues. Vadakin - author of the popular "If I Was Making [DC Movies]" articles - has written a massive rant ("Not review," he says) of the film. What follows is an excerpt.
In a pair of short audio interviews conducted in the weeks leading up to Man of Steel's release, actor Henry Cavill discusses his working relationship with director Zack Snyder and what he felt the ultimate power of the film would be.
The immensely talented conceptual artist, Ed Natividad (Oblivion & The Amazing Spider-Man), has updated his website with early Man Of Steel concept art that features alternate designs for General Zod's (Michael Shannon) armor. A must see!
Costume illustrator, Keith Christensen (Oblivion & G.I. Joe: Retaliation), spent seven months working on Zack Snyder's Superman film, Man Of Steel. Helping to create Krptonian costumes for Jor-El, Faora, and General Zod. Hit the jump to check it out.
Should Superman kill the villain? Has he killed in the comics before? What is killing and what is not? Can you fight without killing? Make the jump to see me go in depth of the highly criticized twist in Man Of Steel. SPOILER WARNING!
The action in Man of Steel is pretty much unprecedented, and one of the people responsible is storyboard artist Jay Oliva, who discusses those sequences as well as the controversial ending in this excerpt from an exclusive Q&A session.