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.
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!
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.
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.
IndieWire has released a video essay that intelligently analyzes the much-maligned 2006 film in a positive light. What do you think?
Routh looks back on Superman Returns...
This is my take on Brandon Routh's Superman and Chris O'donnel's Robin. Yet again, another article open for discussion.
So I just finished watching Superman Returns for the first time in about a year and does it deserve all the hate it gets? Or is just a misunderstood film with fanboys? Hit the jump to find out!
Here is "My Take" on Routh's recent comments on putting on the tights once again.
You'd think after appearing as the villain in ALL 5 Superman films they would give Lex Luthor a rest--but no. According to actor Kevin Spacey, Warner Bros., "will be paying (Spacey) big bucks to reprise his role as Lex Luthor next year" in the 6th Superman movie.
Ex-X-man James Marsden, who's mutant character, "Cyclops," was fried in X3, and who coincidentally played Lois Lane's non-super boyfriend in Superman Returns, tells us why the movie didn't fly with the fans.
Our friends over at VoicesFromKrypton.com have snagged an awesome audio interview with Brendan Fraser where they probed his thoughts about the J.J. Abrams' Superman script, and learned how close he got to the part...
Warner Bros. may scrap plans for a sequel to Superman Returns and reboot the entire franchise, courtesy of one of the best comic book writers in the business, Mark Millar!
If the buzz translates into truth, Smallville star Tom Wellington may just be heading to the big screen to portray the role that made him famous on TV.
Variety updated us about the latest news concerning a Superman sequel. The bottom line, Warner Bros is still unsure about doing one.
See what Mark Waid, Grant Morrison and Brad Meltzer think should be done with the man of steel to set it all straight. First, pretend Superman Returns never happened...
Will reveals that he was asked to play the last son of Krypton prior to Hancock, but was quick to turn it down because he didn't think people would go for a race-revamped Superman.
CBM broke the story that Warner Bros was interested to see how The Incredible Hulk did because they were considering a redo of Superman, well now comes this news...
Is Hulk's success a factor in the next Superman movie? Warner Bros may be waiting to see if The Incredible Hulk reboot works before they decide what to do with the next Superman movie.
Superman Returns star Brandon Routh told SCI FI Wire that he expects to be working on the next film installment, Superman: Man of Steel, with director Bryan Singer beginning early next year. "Of course, that's my timeline, not anyone else's," Routh said in an interview on May 2.