Is Superman Returns Better Than Man Of Steel?
Superman Returns has a bad wrap and is commonly thought of as one of DC's biggest failures, but is it all that bad? Man of Steel is beloved by a large part of it's audience yet received mixed reviews from critics. I give you my thoughts on the two films and discuss which one worked more for me.
The History of the Batman and Superman Movies; Chapter 7: Copying Dick Donner
Bryan Singer (unfortunatley) put the X-men franchise in the hands of Brett Ratner, in order to make a Superman movie... only to reveal he watched Dick Donner's Superman way too much as a kid.
A Fifth Film: The Long Journey To Make Another Superman Movie
We’ve all heard of the infamous ill-fated Tim Burton film and the upcoming documentary on that subject. But that’s just one small part of a decades-long story. Find out what went on behind the scenes for nearly twenty years in the long journey to get Superman back onscreen! After the jump!
Concept Art From Bryan Singer's SUPERMAN RETURNS
Film Sketchr has posted some wonderfully illustrated concept art that artist Jeff Julian designed for Bryan Singer's rather dull take on the Man of Steel, Superman Returns. Check it out.
Kevin Spacey Shares His Thoughts On Jesse Eisenberg As Lex Luthor In BATMAN VS. SUPERMAN
Of all the complaints made about Bryan Singer's Superman Returns, it's rare that you ever see anyone criticising Kevin Spacey's take on Lex Luthor. Now, the House of Cards star shares his thoughts on Jesse Eisenberg taking on the role in Batman Vs. Superman!
Brainiac Concept Art For... SUPERMAN RETURNS
Hey, Brainiac didn't appear in Bryan Singer's Superman Returns (2006). True, but these two pieces of concept art for Superman's super-intelligent computer android nemesis say otherwise.
Kate Bosworth Shares Her Thoughts On MAN OF STEEL
The Lois Lane of Superman Returns talks about whether or not she wanted to do another Superman film, while also expressing her excitement for Zack Snyder's take and praising Amy Adams.
In Defense of SUPERMAN RETURNS
IndieWire has released a video essay that intelligently analyzes the much-maligned 2006 film in a positive light. What do you think?