Warner Bros. shoved that recent Clark Kent photo into a phone booth and out popped Superman. Now, the first truly official look at Henry Cavill‘s character from the 2016 film, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, has been revealed. Check it out below and read a bunch of updates on the movie from director Zack Snyder. Check out the second official Batman v Superman photo below. Read More »
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It’s not quite as exciting as our first look at Superman in Man of Steel or Batman and his Batmobile, but we now have an semi-official look at Henry Cavill as Clark Kent in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
While the actor has been caught in a few fan and paparazzi photos, a new image has just gone online from the Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund. Cavill supports the charity, which helps the families of serving and retired Royal Marines, and posted a photo to help raise awareness. It just so happens, in this photo, he’s on the set of Zack Snyder‘s upcoming sequel and dressed in his work clothes as a Daily Planet reporter. Check out the Clark Kent Batman v Superman photo in full below. Read More »
While Zack Snyder‘s Man of Steel sequel Batman vs. Superman is gearing up to begin production next month (with an announced May 6th 2016 release), Warner Bros has revealed their plans for a third film. Warner Bros. president of worldwide production Greg Silverman revealed to Ben Fritz that Zack Snyder will direct Justice League. More details on the Justice League movie, after the jump.
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Posted on Monday, February 3rd, 2014 by Angie Han
Last year, Zack Snyder unveiled Man of Steel, his Superman reboot with Henry Cavill in the lead role. But had cinematic history gone a bit differently, it could very well have been Bryan Singer premiering his Man of Steel with Henry Cavill in the lead role a few years earlier.
In a recent interview, the filmmaker confirmed that Cavill had been up for the led in 2006’s Superman Returns before Brandon Routh won the part. He also revealed that Man of Steel was the title he’d been considering for his planned sequel, which would have featured the villain Darkseid. Hit the jump to find out why Cavill lost out, what Singer’s Man of Steel would’ve been like, and what he thought of Snyder’s Man of Steel.
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Posted on Friday, January 17th, 2014 by Angie Han
The summer of 2015 just got a tiny bit less crowded. Variety reports that Warner Bros. has just pushed the Man of Steel sequel from July 17, 2015 to May 6, 2016. The new date pits the Zack Snyder-helmed film directly against an as-yet-unnamed Marvel Studios project, though in all likelihood one or the other will move before then.
Joe Wright‘s Peter Pan origin tale will now move into the July 17, 2015 slot, having previously been slotted for June 26, 2015. More, including the official press release from Warner Bros., after the jump.
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Posted on Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013 by Angie Han
One of the hottest actors in the industry could be headed toward one of the coldest places on the planet. Benedict Cumberbatch is being eyed to star as George Mallory in Doug Liman‘s Everest, with Joel Kinnaman, James McAvoy, Tom Hiddleston, Henry Cavill, Luke Evans, Dan Stevens, Matthew Goode, and Jim Sturgess also in the mix.
If you’re confused because you thought Jason Clarke had already replaced Christian Bale in that movie, you’re thinking of the other Everest, by Baltasar Kormakur. That one has suffered a few setbacks but is now hoping to shoot this fall, with Josh Brolin, John Hawkes, and Jake Gyllenhaal in addition to Clarke. Get the latest on both movies after the jump.
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In the first press release announcing Batman would appear in the sequel to Man of Steel, director Zack Snyder revealed the major players from that film would return. Perry White played by Laurence Fishburne, Ma Kent played by Diane Lane and, of course, Lois Lane played by Amy Adams. That last one was crucial because her relationship with Clark Kent (Henry Cavill) had just started to blossom as that film ended.
But with a new superhero comes a new female lead. By now everyone knows Ben Affleck will be playing Batman in the film, and the latest reports suggest the director is looking for a strong female love interest for the Caped Crusader. Read More »
If you had questions about the portrayal of Superman as a hero in Man of Steel, you’re going to be interested in the latest comments from director Zack Snyder. The film concludes with a battle in Metropolis, during which Superman and General Zod pummel the hell out of one another, and in so doing destroy massive sections of the city. The aftermath looks recognizably like a real-life war zone.
For months, people have argued over whether or not Metropolis had been evacuated prior to the battle. If it wasn’t, then scores of people must have been killed in the battle. But if people had been killed we would have seen them in the film, right? We don’t see them, ergo there are no dead people. (And what of the idea that we would have seen an evacuation happen?) I got the impression that there are mass casualties, and the fact that the “hero” of the film did nothing to try to avert them was a source of conversation afterward.
Now comments from Zack Snyder suggest that, indeed, loads of people were smushed in Metropolis, all to enahance some sense of myth. Read More »