Though the ratings haven’t been stellar as of late, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’s creative renaissance in the wake of Winter Soldier has shown the benefits of a shared TV-to-movie universe.
Though Zack Snyder’s version of the Man of Steel is the one we’re living with today, Superman has been kicking around for the better part of a century. Want a quick wrapup?
If you’ve been waiting for some new Batman vs. Superman intel, a lengthy new interview with Zack Snyder brings it in droves. Let's dig in.
Riding the wave from Man of Steel and small-screen hits like Arrow, DC is doing a pretty good job across the media — except when it comes to connecting them. But could that change soon?
We didn’t know for sure how much of the cast from Man of Steel would stick around for Batman vs. Superman, but it sounds like at least one heavy hitter will not be returning for part two.
Sure, David Goyer is pretty busy writing Batman vs. Superman at the moment, but that doesn’t mean he’s not thinking about which DC characters could be coming down the pipeline.
One of the most prolific writers of superhero movies isn't particularly open to your ideas.
His name stayed in the rumor mill for months, but how close did Bryan Cranston really come to playing Lex Luthor in Batman vs. Superman?
As fans have snarked over everything from casting decisions to his arguably-too-dark take on Man of Steel, Zack Snyder has remained relatively quiet. Until now.
When Henry Cavill is ready to hang up his cape and costume, there's an actor who's ready and willing to take the job.