The first official image of Amy Adams as Lois Lane has us wondering what sort of news lady she'll be.
There's a rumor out there concerning a cameo in Man of Steel that just may blow your mind.
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.
Marvel took years and numerous standalone films to set up their big screen team-up with The Avengers. But with a summer 2015 release date already pegged for Justice League, DC doesn’t have that luxury.
A beloved Superman character may look quite different in the upcoming movie Man of Steel.
The new rule is—anything cool is even cooler done LEGO-style. Now, here's Zack Snyder's summer Superman epic turned into a fun plastic tale of heroism.
We already knew that Zack Snyder's Man of Steel was going to be a very different take on the classic Superman mythos, and now the new Jor-El is here to explain what to expect.
This isn't the first time we've written about this subject, but it looks like it might be the last. In the ongoing copyright battle over DC's super-powered Kryptonian, Superman, Warner Bros. has just been handed a huge win over co-creator Jerry Siegel's estate.
Lois Lane is the quintessential, plucky reporter of comics. She's also the only person who can really keep Superman on his toes. And now, she's got a namesake in the form of a street that the comic shop That's Entertainment calls home.
If there's one thing we can look forward to when a new trailer turns up for a film that's vying to be the best of the best, it's the sweded imitation video that will inevitably follow. Stripping away all the advanced special effects and big-budget audio, we see the truth of the film. How does Man of Steel fare?