Before Christopher Nolan rebooted things with his Dark Knight trilogy, the Batman franchise had pretty much become garbage. But things could’ve been a whole lot different.
The creators behind the documentary The Death of Superman Lives; What Happened? have released a new trailer digging deeper into the weirdest superhero movie that never was.
It’s one of the most famous flicks that never actually existed, and now we have our first look at a documentary digging into Tim Burton’s other superhero movie.
Today (June 23) is the 25th anniversary of the release of Batman, the 1989 film directed by Tim Burton that arguably paved the way for the modern era of comic-book movies.
As we debate the merits of Batfleck and get ready for DC’s two biggest superheroes to finally meet on the big screen, it seems like the perfect time for a nice blast from the past.
Tim Burton’s aborted mid-1990s flick Superman Lives has taken on a mythical status among fans, and now would-be star Nicolas Cage has opened up about why it didn’t happen.
A sequel to the 1988 classic Beetlejuice has been stumbling through development for a few years now, but now it sounds like it might actually happen — and that’s a very, very good thing.
When it rains, it pours. With Man of Steel just a month away, even more concept art has surfaced from the aborted 1990s superhero flick Superman Lives.
Waiting for word from the afterlife of Beetlejuice 2's progress? Here's a hint we'll all enjoy like a Zag-Nut bar.
Ghosts, monsters, Michael Keaton and Tim Burton. What's not to love?