The Superman Returns and Smallville actors offer their thoughts on Jesse Eisenberg as the new Lex.
Superman Returns director Bryan Singer reveals why he chose Brandon Routh over Henry Cavill, and comments on “the world building and the scope” of Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel.
Just in time for Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel, CinemaSins recounts everything that was wrong with the previous installment of the Warner Bros. franchise, 2006′s Superman Returns.
J.J. Abrams discusses details of his script for Superman: Flyby, the planned Warner Bros. franchise reboot that was abandoned in 2004 when Bryan Singer replaced McG as director, resulting in Superman Returns.
With plaudits being thrown in Andrew Garfield’s direction for his performance as Peter Parker in Sony’s rebooted The Amazing Spider-Man, you can’t help but feel for Tobey Maguire, whose take on Parker seemed to be relatively popular during his tenure as Marvel’s friendly box office blockbusting wall crawler from 2002-2007. But he’s hardly the actor to suffer from rebootitis the most…
Newly uncovered concept art from Tim Burton’s Superman Lives reveals shoulder pads, body armor, and the idea for Woody Harrelson as Jor-El.
The elaborate $10-million sequence intended by director Bryan Singer to open the 2006 film but cut from the final product appears as a deleted scene on the Blu-ray release of The Superman Motion Picture Anthology.
Bryan Singer sits down to face — and honestly answer — some hard questions about Superman Returns.
Director Zack Snyder explains that his franchise reboot takes a page from Christopher Nolan’s Batman Begins: “In every aspect of design and of story, the whole thing is very much from that perspective of respect the canon but don’t be a slave to the movies.”
Expectations are already high for next year’s Green Lantern movie, with fans excited to see how Ryan Reynolds does in the role of test pilot-turned-space cop Hal Jordan, and whether the movie will be able to kickstart a DC Comics movieverse in the same way that Marvel’s Iron Man is leading to The Avengers. But am I the only person who worries that Green Lantern has somehow skipped to its own sequel?