When you're one of the hottest new sci-fi directors around and Christopher Nolan asks if you want to direct the new Superman movie he's producing, what do you say No, of course.
A True Blood star could very well be the frontrunner for the role of a lifetime—namely that of the Man of Steel himself—in Zack Snyder's upcoming film Superman: Man of Steel. If you're guessing Alexander Skarsgard, you're wrong. But if you're guessing Joe Manganiello, yup, you're right.
For years, the Grammy-winning Kanye West has been climbing to the top of the rap game—and, unwittingly, becoming a pretty decent comics writer in the process. Who knew?
We all know that Marvel Studios is mapping out an ambitious shared film universe for its upcoming batch of movies. But will Warner Bros. Pictures and DC Comics try the same thing with the new Batman and Superman films coming out next year?
For ten years now, we've been impatiently waiting to see Clark Kent become Superman on Smallville—and so has Tom Welling. It's been a long time with the "no flight, no tights" rule of the successful series, but soon it will all change. Meanwhile, the CW has decided to tease us with a new poster that shows Welling as Superman. Kind of.
David S. Goyer, who's currently writing the upcoming Superman: Man of Steel movie for director Zack Snyder, may have given away the storyline in the foreword he wrote for the newly released Superman: Secret Origins graphic novel.
While we've all been debating who's best to take over for Superman in Zack Snyder's upcoming reboot, we haven't been talking much about who'll be bringing his arch enemy to life. Well, we haven't. But Kevin Spacey has.
About a month ago, we showed you some still pictures of the Superman suit you'd have seen on the screen had Tim Burton gone ahead with that movie back in the '90s. And now to get us thinking even more about what might have been—and whether we would have liked it—here's some test footage of the suit in action.
In case you weren't already jonesing to pay a visit to Metropolis or Gotham or Spider-Man's New York, these stunning posters will do the job. Heck, it almost makes one want to visit Akira's explosive Neo Tokyo. Almost.
After word spread across the internet a few days ago that Hans Zimmer—who, among his hundreds of credits, scored Christopher Nolan's Batman films—would be writing the music for Zack Snyder's Superman revamp, the Oscar-winning composer debunked the rumor that he's leaving Nolan's Bat-camp to put the Big Blue Boy Scout through his musical paces.