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.
Ben Affleck appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon”to discuss how he became the next big-screen Batman and why, despite warnings from Warner Bros., he wasn’t fully prepared for Internet reaction to his casting.
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.
Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel debuted over the weekend in Japan, coming in second at the box office behind Hayao Miyazaki’s The Wind Rises, which is still champion after eight weeks in theaters.
As rumors swirl about Bryan Cranston playing Lex Luthor in the Man of Steel sequel, the Breaking Bad star says he thinks Superman’s arch-foe is “a lovable, sweet man.”
Rumored Batman candidate Joe Manganiello wants to deconstruct the genre, saying, “There’s so many superhero projects out there that it’s almost like they’re becoming normal, so I want to do one that just flips it on its head and makes it crazy.”
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.
Man of Steel star Henry Cavill thinks Superman should wait a while before teaming up with the other DC Comics superheroes in the long-planned Justice League movie.
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!
While director Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel may have many faults, the characterization of Lois Lane isn’t among them. As portrayed by Amy Adams, she’s dedicated to finding the truth, and more comfortable in a flak jacket than in a pantsuit.