From Captain America going to war against drugs to the coining of the term "snootchie bootchies," comic book culture has faced an internal struggle over the issue of marijuana. We're not going to delve into that heaviness, not on April 20.
There have been stars who've cried, "How can I work under these conditions?" if their mocha lattes aren't perfectly frothed. But if anyone has a right to ask that question, it's Diane Lane. You see, she was locked in a room for three hours so she couldn't leave with the script for the upcoming Superman movie.
A lot of people criticize sci-fi shows for making small errors, like when shadows are different between two shots, and we try to give those a pass. But then there are the errors so blatant we HAVE to sit up and take notice. We have absolutely no explanation for why nobody caught these hilarious goofs in classic sci-fi films and TV programs.
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She's all but unemployable these days, yet Lindsay Lohan is determined to land a role in the new Superman movie. And apparently she may get an audition.
It's been a painful week for Superman fans. First they got a reminder of what went wrong the last time someone tried to bring their favorite hero to the big screen when director Bryan Singer tried to explain why Superman Returns didn't work.
The rollercoaster ride that is the development of a Justice League movie just took another turn: Zack Snyder says his upcoming Superman reboot has nothing to do with it.
A recent interview with Warner Bros.' chief movie executive intimated that, after Green Lantern, Batman and Superman run the cinematic gauntlet, the studio will finally team their DC Comics heavyweights for one big, honking flick.
Director Zack Snyder has chosen the actress who will play Lois Lane in his upcoming reboot of Superman—and she's a three-time Oscar nominee.
Once upon a time, a writer thought it'd be a grand idea to hatch a series of illustrated young adult novels featuring comics' premiere journalist in her formative years. He had a DC Comics editor in his corner, championing it. But the brass had no interest whatsoever. Here's a sneak peek at a brilliant idea that'll never come to pass.