It wasn't so long ago that the fine folks at How it SHould Have Ended brought us 5 alternate endings for Dark Knight Rises. Now that the first full Man of Steel trailer is out and Christopher Nolan's name is attached, HISHE's hilarious versions of Batman and Superman have something to say about it.
Evidence is mounting that 2013's Man of Steel could lay some type of groundwork for DC's upcoming Justice League flick, and now producer Christopher Nolan has responded to the buzz.
There have been teasers, yes, but teasers have only made us want the real deal. You've been waiting for it, we've been waiting for it, hell, Zack Snyder's probably been on pins and needles for months waiting for us all to see it. And, now, it's finally here—the first trailer for the new Superman movie, Man of Steel.
Christopher Nolan has said over and over again that he is done with Batman now that his Dark Knight trilogy has been completed. But are there more superhero movies in his future?
Warner Bros. is killing two birds with one stone. This week, The Dark Knight Rises hits shelves and they're using its buzz to promote another hero—Superman. A new Man of Steel poster debuted online thanks to TDKR's official Facebook page.
Though fans have admittedly mixed feelings about its potential, Zack Snyder's Superman reboot Man of Steel doesn't hit theaters until June, and it's safe to say we can't really make final judgments until we've seen it. So why does Yahoo! have the flick listed as one of their "Most Disappointing Movies of 2012"?
The opening of Zack Snyder's Man of Steel might still be several months away, but the marketing team is already ramping up to promo the Superman reboot. Want to see the first bit of promo concept art?
If the pressure of trying to reboot Superman wasn't enough, Man of Steel director Zack Snyder is also wrangling with the fact that Warner Bros. wants to launch a full-fledged Justice League movie at some point. So how's it all going to work out?
The public has gotten to see little of next summer's Man of Steel, the Superman reboot from director Zack Snyder and producer Christopher Nolan, but now Snyder has confirmed when the first full trailer will arrive.
Watchmen and 300 director Zack Snyder has often mentioned that his upcoming superhero film, Man of Steel, would be a 'more serious version' of Superman. But why was he attracted to the project in the first place? Well, it's because Superman is 'the king-daddy' of all superheroes.