Tag: Henry Cavill
It’s been almost three decades since Frank Miller’s game-changing comic book mini-series Batman: the Dark Knight Returns debuted to stellar reviews and huge sales. Ever since then, the common belief has been that Batman won the final clash with Superman. This opinion is affecting people’s assumptions about Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice. However, did Batman really win? Maybe not!
Christopher Nolan’s Bat-trilogy was highly successful and influenced the future of DC characters on film, both on the big screen and on TV. It ushered in the grim-and-gritty style which is the template for the current DC product. But is the time for this style of film over? Matthew Vaughn thinks so.
Will the Dark Knight cast a big shadow over the Man of Steel in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice? Insiders say that DC/Warner Bros. is planning to put the spotlight firmly on their box-office champ, the Caped Crusader of Gotham, rather than on the man from Metropolis.
Despite the intense criticisms of his dark, dour Man of Steel, director Zack Snyder plans to stick to his guns and keep the same gloomy overtones in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, by having the film take place in a world that is very “anti-Superman”.
We've already seen our first look at the caped crusader from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (albeit all in black and white), but today brings us our first look at Henry Cavill once again in costume for the upcoming film. On top of that, Zack Snyder also talks a little about the film, confirming Gal Gadot isn't done filming just yet, and why there's a "v" in the title as opposed to "vs." Come inside to check it all out!
Director Zack Snyder already launched the DC Cinematic Universe with Man of Steel, and he is signed to helm the unofficially titled Superman vs. Batman crossover film. Now, it’s been confirmed that he will direct the long-discussed Justice League film, too. Come inside to check out the news, and some updated information on when we might be seeing it.
It is official! Lex Luthor and Alfred have been cast for the upcoming Man of Steel sequel (still being referred to as Batman vs. Superman) movie and I bet you will be as shocked as we were. Come on in and see!
In a New Year’s Eve tweet, Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson stated that he has met with Warner Bros. officials about a DC Comics project. He says they will “partner up and create the cool bad-assery!”