Days before Man of Steel opens in theaters, Warner Bros. is said to have already fast-tracked a sequel to the Superman franchise reboot, while rumors of an imminent Justice League movie announcement continue to swirl.
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.
Amy Adams’ Lois Lane and Laurence Fishburne’s Perry White star in the first clip released by Warner Bros. from Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel. The film opens June 14.
Considering all of the trailers, TV spots and photos already released for Man of Steel, you might think we’ve seen all there is to see of director Zack Snyder’s franchise reboot, short of watching the movie itself. Yet Warner Bros. has released a new 13-minute behind-the-scenes video.
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.
A new behind-the-scenes video has been released for director Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel that features interviews with cast and crew, and, more notably, new footage from the film’s Battle of Smallville.
A well-meaning preschool reportedly outlawed wrestling, superhero play and “monster games” in an effort to stop injuries. However, the brash move eliminates an opportunity for adults to guide kids’ behavior and, y’know, teach.
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.”
General Zod expands his message to the citizens of Earth in the final trailer for Warner Bros.’ Man of Steel The Zack Snyder-directed Superman franchise reboot lands in theaters June 14.
Arriving at super-speed on the heels of the Jor-El character poster, Warner Bros. has released two more character posters for Man of Steel featuring Henry Cavill as Superman and Michael Shannon as General Zod.
Warner Bros. has debuted the first in what’s presumably a series of character posters for Man of Steel, this one showcasing Russell Crowe as a gun-toting J0r-El from director Zack Snyder’s franchise reboot