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An Adaptation of Asimov’s ‘Foundation’ is Coming to Apple TV+ in...

After many attempts by a number of directors, director David S. Goyer has found a way to bring Isaac Asimov's iconic work Foundation to...

Examining Hollywood Remakes: Man of Steel

 Since it’s Memorial Day, this seems like a good time to dissect the remake of the film about a (super) man who represents “truth, justice and the American way.” This week, Cinelinx looks at Man of Steel.

5 Reasons Why Superman Should Beat Batman in Dawn of Justice

With trailers now in theaters and the 2016 release date slowly inching closer, speculation is growing about Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. Most people assume—probably correctly—that Batman will leave the Man of Steel lying in defeat. Batman’s popularity is such that bat-fans would riot if the Dark Knight should lose. However, the fact is…Batman SHOULD lose, and here are five good reasons why.

SyFy is Bringing Krypton to Life

Looks like DC is planning on continuing their reach into the television spectrum, by adding yet another show to their increasing line-up.  This one will focus on Superman's home planet of Krypton long before the planet is destroyed and he's sent to Earth.  Come inside to learn more!

Joseph Gordon-Levitt Confirmed for Film Version of Sandman

Joseph Gordon-Levitt has confirmed via Twitter that he will be making a film adaptation of Neil Gaiman's popular comic book series Sandman. A ‘Deadline’ article says that he may also direct the movie.

DC Announces Constantine TV Series by David Goyer

 

In the continuing entertainment arms-race between DC and Marvel, many new projects have been announced or teased recently. One of those is the David S. Goyer television project Constantine, based on the DC comics character John Constantine.

 

Count of Monte Cristo Gets a Remake with David S. Goyer...

It’s been 11 years since the 2002 version of The Count of Monte Cristo thrilled audiences with the adventures of the intrepid Edmond Dantes. An enduring classic novel penned by The Three Musketeers author Alexandre Dumas in 1844, the upcoming new version of Monte Cristo has the film’s director David S. Goyer amped up about bringing a new take on an old tale.

Claudia Gray’s ‘House of El Book One: The Shadow Threat’ Shows...

*warning: minor spoilers for House of El Book One: The Shadow Threat below If you've been looking for a new story set on Superman's home...