The director who hired Affleck more than anyone reveals the truth about Daredevil.
If you were on the internet last night, there's a good chance you couldn't escape talk of Batman, even if you don't care about Batman at all.
Warning: After hearing this, you may never read one of the greatest Batman stories ever the same way again.
Forget Henry Cavill, Nic Cage is still the man we all want to see wearing the red and blue.
Some 15 years later, it's safe to say we'll never see the Tim Burton/Kevin Smith/Nic Cage flick Superman Lives. But that doesn't mean we can't see its documentary.
In case you didn't know, acclaimed director Kevin Smith is a geek. A big one. He hosts a reality show about a comic book shop and has made some of the most beloved films of Generation X. He also has some very strong opinions on the two biggest superhero flicks of the year.
Filmmaker and Star Wars superfan Kevin Smith has never been one to keep quiet about pop culture developments, and Disney's acquisition of Lucasfilm is no different. But this time, Smith isn't being snarky or hypercritical. This time he's remembering an old friend, and giving us a touching reminder of what Star Wars means to us all.
Kevin Smith is putting his money where his mouth is by rallying support to distribute an all-new indie take on the super-hero genre, Alter Egos. And we've got the first trailer in all its weird, funky, super-powered glory.
Produced by Joss Whedon and directed by Morgan Spurlock, Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope aims to take you inside the beautiful madness of the event that's shaped pop culture for the last decade (for better or for worse): San Diego Comic-Con.
The fans aren't the only ones still talking about DC Comics' controversial decision to release a set of prequels to Watchmen. Comics creators are still talking about it too, and some still don't see the point.