Justin Bieber’s rumored casting in the Man of Steel sequel is completely false, of course, but it’s indicative of a larger problem with the thirst for any kind of information about Zack Snyder’s upcoming film.
Oscar nominee Josh Brolin reveals at least one casting rumor was true: He was indeed considered to play Batman in Warner Bros.’ Man of Steel sequel, a role that ultimately went to Ben Affleck.
Batman franchise alum Michael Keaton says Ben Affleck is “going to be great” as the Dark Knight, while Runner Runner actor Justin Timberlake playfully petitions for the role of The Riddler.
The Dark Knight Returns creator Frank Miller will reportedly meet with director Zack Snyder “in the next few days” to discuss plans for the newly announced Man of Steel sequel.
The dreams of countless Batman and Superman fans will finally be realized in 2015 with a film that teams the iconic DC Comics superheroes for a big-screen adventure.
Today’s DC Comics releases include a full-page ad for Beware the Batman that teases at least part of the rogues for the CG-animated series, which debuts Saturday on Cartoon Network.
Putting an end to surprisingly persistent rumors, The Dark Knight Rises star Christian Bale states for the record that he will not play Batman in Warner Bros.’ long-planned Justice League film.
Brian Cronin tunes in at the same Bat-time, same Bat-channel to find out whether actress Julie Newmar, the original Catwoman on the ’60s Batman TV show, patented a pantyhose that accentuates a woman’s behind.
Warner Bros.’ has released the first trailer for The LEGO Movie, which assembles an all-star cast of minifigures to help stop an evil tyrant from gluing their universe together. The film opens Feb. 7, 2014.
Man of Steel director Zack Snyder talks about a brief nod to Batman in his film and responds vaguely to a question about a potential Superman/Batman team-up in the sequel.
Asked about a long-discussed Batman/Superman movie, Man of Steel star Henry Cavill says it would make for an interesting story, as the iconic heroes are “two different sides of the same coin.”
Designs for costumes, characters, the Batmobile and gadgets revealed for Darren Aronofsky’s proposed superhero film Batman: Year One.