Superman and DC Comics sure are getting themselves into trouble lately. First it was Supes denouncing his US citizenship, then it was DC rebooting his character, and now two little letters have the Man of Steel and writer Grant Morrison under fire—GD.
Superman II was arguably one of the best superhero movies ever made, and it's not just because of the late great Christopher Reeve as Superman. It also had Terrance Stamp, who played General Zod. Michael Shannon is about to take on the role of Zod for the upcoming Superman reboot, Man of Steel. And he's not going to be doing it Stamp's way.
Captain America: The First Avenger earned reasonably good reviews for star Chris Evans' charm and its retro look. But at least one team of animators believes it could be improved with a simple tweak at the end.
The Holy Grail of comic books is now even holier. A stellar copy of Action Comics #1 from 1938, once owned by Nic Cage, shattered auction records this evening in New York when the smoke cleared and a final bid of $2,161,000 was announced.
If you've been paying attention to Man of Steel, you'll know that the fabulous Julia Ormond was cast as Lara Lor-Van, Superman's biomom. Not anymore. Even though the film has been in production since early September, Julia Ormond's been replaced. And the role of Superman's mother goes to ...