Warner Bros. has gone on another domain-registration binge, leading to speculation that the studio hasn’t settled on a title for Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel sequel.
The actor turned director admits he would like to have reprised his film role as DC Comics’ occult detective, saying, “”I liked playing that character and there seemed to be a way to continue that.”
Acknowledging that he and director Zack Snyder knew the ending of Man of Steel would be controversial, screenwriter David S. Goyer explains why, in this case, Superman had to kill. Warning: Potential spoilers.
Screenwriter David S. Goyer may have revealed the actual title of the Man of Steel sequel at Comic-Con International, and it’s confirmed that Warner Bros. has registered the appropriate domain name.
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.
While many comic-book fans were dismayed by the controversial ending of director Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel, it turn turns out they’re not alone: Producer Christopher Nolan initially balked at the scene. Warning: Spoilers!
Spinoff Online presents an exclusive clip from tonight’s episode of Da Vinci’s Demons, the new Starz historical fantasy created by David S. Goyer.
Starz has provided Spinoff Online with an exclusive clip from tonight’s episode of Da Vinci’s Demons, “The Prisoner,” featuring Sherlock actress Lara Pulver.
Director Zack Snyder, screenwriter David Goyer and producer Deborah Snyder explain some of the finer details of the newly released trailer for Man of Steel. The franchise reboot arrives June 14.