The public has gotten to see little of next summer's Man of Steel, the Superman reboot from director Zack Snyder and producer Christopher Nolan, but now Snyder has confirmed when the first full trailer will arrive.
Watchmen and 300 director Zack Snyder has often mentioned that his upcoming superhero film, Man of Steel, would be a 'more serious version' of Superman. But why was he attracted to the project in the first place? Well, it's because Superman is 'the king-daddy' of all superheroes.
Ever wonder where in the sky the planet Krypton might be located? Well, wonder no more, because a famous American astrophysicist has pinpointed exactly where Superman's birthplace lies.
Apart from the intriguing teasers that debuted a while back, we haven't seen a whole lot of Zack Snyder's Superman reboot Man of Steel. Now, thanks to a nifty online leak, we might've just found the snazzy logo intro for the film.
It shouldn't be surprising that we now have a holiday devoted to the celebration of cats. It also shouldn't be surprising that geeky cat people all over this great land love mashing up their love of felines with their love of all things sci-fi. So to celebrate the festive feline occasion, we've gathered up nearly two dozen sci-fi cats from around the 'net.
With a Superman reboot already in the pike in Man of Steel, Chronicle writer Max Landis has chimed in to reveal what'd he'd like to do if DC ever hired him to take on the Caped Crusader. His idea? Focus on the "normal guy," as opposed to the Kryptonian demigod. Hey, it worked for Chronicle.
There is no more ubiquitous symbol of Halloween than the humble jack o' lantern, perhaps because it's so endlessly adaptable. Sure you can go with the standard grinning face, but for the 19th installment in our 31 Days of Halloween series, we wanted to remind you that with enough time and nerdy ingenuity, you can make something much more, well ... super.
Now that Warner Bros. Pictures is legally able to keep using the character of Superman, plans for the long-awaited Justice League movie are about to move faster than a speeding bullet.
When we last looked in on the lengthy legal battle Warner Bros. and DC Comics are waging against the heirs of Superman co-creator's Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, we found the Siegel heirs vowing to fight on, no matter what. The Shuster heirs were fighting on too, but a major new ruling in the case may have just ended their battle.
As hard as a film studio may try to keep details under wraps, there's one avenue they can't control when it comes to leaks—the toy manufacturers. Thanks to the marketing onslaught expected to accompany the upcoming Man of Steel, we now have some precious details about Superman's latest adventure.