Warner Bros. has premiered a new poster for Man of Steel, as well as images of Rebecca Buller and Jenny Olsen and Ayelet Zurer as Lara Lor-Van. Directed by Zack Snyder, the film opens June 14.
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Warner Bros. has released three featurettes for Man of Steel that examine Superman’s powers, as well as photos and biographies for the central cast. Directed by Zack Snyder, the franchise reboot opens June 14.
NBC has debuted a new Hannibal trailer that lays out the basics elements of the new series, including establishing the relationships between the characters played by Laurence Fishburne, Mad Mikklesen and Hugh Dancy.
NBC has announced an April 4 premiere date for Hannibal, the Bryan Fuller thriller that explores the budding relationship between a young Dr. Lecter and FBI profiler Will Graham.
Quentin Tarantino reveals that following his 1992 directorial debut with Reservoir Dogs, he considered making a Luke Cage, Hero for Hire movie with Laurence Fishburne in the lead role.
Kids in the Hall alum Scott Thompson will play a member of Laurence Fishburne’s investigative team on Hannibal, the NBC thriller that explores the relationship between a young Hannibal Lecter and FBI profiler Will Graham.
Emmy winner Laurence Fishburne, who’ll play Perry White in Man of Steel, has been cast as FBI agent-in-charge Jack Crawford on NBC’s upcoming thriller Hannibal.
Director Steven Soderbergh’s big-budget thriller about the global spread of a mysterious illness stumbles by focusing too much on public policy and science and to little on the human drama as civilians and government officials race to stop the deadly outbreak.
A summary from a casting call for extras seemingly confirms that Zack Snyder’s franchise reboot will share a lot in common with the 2003 DC Comics miniseries Superman: Rebirth.
With the first look at Henry Cavill as Superman comes official confirmation from Warner Bros. that Russell Crow, Julia Ormond, Antje Traue, Laurence Fishburne, Christopher Meloni and Harry Lennix have joined the cast of the franchise reboot.
The veteran actor, best known for his roles in the Matrix trilogy and What’s Love Got to Do With It, has been cast as the gruff editor-in-chief of the Daily Planet in director Zack Snyder’s Superman reboot.