Tag: Man of Steel
DC and Warner Bros have big plans in store for the big and their various superheroes, but aside from a couple, we don't know what they may be. New reports have come in now, however, that shed light on one project that's currently being developed: the Legion of Superheroes!
Will the DC cinematic universe be permanently humor-free? If the rumor from Hitfix is true, don’t expect to get any laughs from future DCU films, because they have a “no joke” directive.
The upcoming Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice keeps adding comic characters to its roster. The latest addition to the film is Aquaman, who will be played by Jason Momoa.
The Man of Steel's greatest foe is back and literally bigger and deadlier than ever. Superman: Doomed Issue #1 is an exciting one-shot kicking off this epic storyline. DC Comics' event will cross over into multiple titles over the next few months.
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.
Hans Zimmer is a pretty hot commodity right now in terms of musical composition, being attached to a number of high profile film projects; most recently The Amazing Spider-Man 2. He's behind all of Christopher Nolan's Batman films, and Zack Snyder's Man of Steel, so many assumed he'd be returning to score Batman vs. Superman. In a recent interview, Zimmer all but confirms he's returning and expresses his fears about coming up with a new theme for the caped crusader.
The newly relaunched Batman/Superman comic book series grabbed my interest right away. A chance to see the two greatest super heroes meeting each other and working together for the first time was too much to ignore. When the Man of Steel and Dark Knight from Earth 2 showed up, much of my excitement was killed. I really expected more from this newly resurrected book than what I felt was a typical foray into the tedious alternate universe storylines we've been getting as of late. It just felt like the easy way was being taken instead of coming up with something fresh and new.
No other female co-star in the DC Comics Universe has earned their keep more than Lois Lane. The driven newspaper reporter followed her most elusive story until she led herself right to the truth and into the arms of the Man of Steel himself. Of course, this is all pre-New 52. I have to believe that sooner or later, she'll find her way back into the embrace of Clark Kent and his alter ego. The one-shot Superman: Lois Lane gives us a little background on the headstrong newswriter's dysfunctional family life.
While Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy is acknowledged as a triumph of the action film/comic book genres, did the series ultimately do as much harm as good to the entertainment industry? As well done as they films were, is the vast shadow from the Nolan/Bale trilogy doing damage to the film/TV medium?