On the heels of Zack Snyder's statement that he's going to treat his Man of Steel as if no previous Superman movies existed comes the news that Costner will be playing Pa Kent opposite Diane Lane's Martha. I guess Snyder's first departure from canon is to make Clark's adoptive parents hot.
The Sucker Punch director plans to treat the Big Blue Boy Scout the way that Christopher Nolan handled the Dark Knight—as if none of the films that came before existed. Will that way lie madness or salvation?
If you were hoping that Joe Manganiello, who plays werewolf Alcide Herveaux on HBO's True Blood, was going to nab the role of Superman in director Zack Snyder's reboot, don't be angry with Henry Cavill, the guy who eventually got the part. Because what took Manganiello out of the running was True Blood itself.
If you like sexy older women, you should officially put yourself on MILF alert. Diane Lane has been cast as Ma Kent in the upcoming Superman movie, while Elizabeth Hurley will be filling the role of a villain in the future Wonder Woman TV show.
The rumor mill has churned up another prestigious actor's name as a possible contender for a role in Superman—but what part would he be playing?
Detroit may soon be getting a statue of Robocop after a successful Kickstarter campaign—but there are ALREADY plenty of other sci-fi and fantasy...
Now that they've cast the Man of Steel himself, director Zack Snyder and producer Christopher Nolan are turning their attention to the villain in their Superman reboot—and a surprising name has come up.
We normally don't pay much attention to New York Fashion Week—we're more the San Diego Comic-Con or American International Toy Fair type—but one designer's new superhero-inspired collection caught our eye.
The Oscar-winner is reportedly close to signing on to the Zack Snyder-Christopher Nolan reboot of the Man of Steel for "a key role." But will he be a hero, a villain, or something else altogether?
The 108th annual American International Toy Fair is just about ready to pack it in for another year and toy companies from every corner of the globe revealed there's going to be plenty of sci-fi goodness to buy on store shelves in 2011. From Star Wars to superheroes, there's a lot to covet.