The other day it was announced that Michael Shannon (Boardwalk Empire, Take Shelter) had been cast as General Zod in Zack Snyder’s upcoming Superman movie, Man of Steel. Fans everywhere have had plenty to say about not only Shannon’s casting, but also whether it was a smart idea to use Zod as the villain after the character was...
Well, the long wait for an actual official Superman villain announcement has finally paid off with news that Michael Shannon has been cast as General Zod in the newly titled Man of Steel, due in theaters in December, 2012. Shannon joins Henry Cavill (Clark Kent/Superman), Amy Adams (Lois Lane), Kevin Costner (Pa Kent) and...
For those who thought this was all a joke, know that, yes, Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter are actually trying to mount a Bill and Ted 3, so much so that writers are working on it as we speak. Reeves told MTV that the writers "are six weeks away from a draft," and that the plot would be a continuation of Bill and Ted’s Bogus Journey.
The Superman movie news keeps flying at us, and it continues today with news that director Zack Snyder has chosen Amy Adams to play Lois Lane. Adams becomes the latest actress to take on the iconic Lois Lane role, one that was previously played by women like Margot Kidder and Kate Bosworth in earlier films.
The full-length trailer for Captain America: The First Avenger has finally arrived online. Meanwhile, new names are starting to pop up now that Viggo Mortensen is no longer attached to Zack Snyder's Superman reboot. Also, check out this real-life Eye of Sauron!
Oy! After Variety announced to the world that Joseph Gordon-Levitt was playing Alberto Falcone (aka The Holiday Killer) in The Dark Knight Rises, Entertainment Weekly has stepped forward claiming that news is false, according to their inside source. So what’s the real truth? Unfortunately no one knows at this point, though I’m leaning toward...
It’s a bird, it’s a plane – it’s Superman’s hottie mom! Warner Bros. announced today that Diane Lane has joined Zack Snyder’s Superman film as Clark Kent’s adoptive mother here on earth. Though it’s not official yet, rumor has it Kevin Costner is wanted to play Kent’s adoptive father, "Pa" Kent, which leads us to believe Kent’s parents will play big roles in the film.
With Henry Cavill all set to take on the Man of Steel – and Warner Bros. itching to begin production this summer in order to make a December 2012 release date – expect a lot of casting announcements regarding Zack Snyder’s upcoming Superman film to begin spreading across the net like wildfire. The latest news is that Kevin Costner is being eyed join the film...
The first official photo of Henry Cavill used in conjunction with the upcoming Superman movie has arrived online in the form of an Entertainment Weekly cover. Sure, it matters what Snyder thinks, but ultimately what matters most is what you think. So check out the image of Cavill and vote below on whether you think he’s a good fit for Superman.
Superman movie news is once again the hot topic around Hollywood, and over the weekend Latino Review broke out with a big story claiming the three ladies (Alice Eve, Rosamund Pike and Diane Kruger) who were up for a "female lead" role weren’t love interests, but rather auditioning for the part of Ursa, a female villain who’s known for hanging around General Zod.
With Twilight winding down, folks have been buzzing about which big role Kristen Stewart will take on next. She’s already being courted for a couple interesting roles, though the girl is a big fan of independent cinema and we wouldn’t be surprised if she ultimately ends up taking on parts in much smaller films.
The wait is finally over, and in a joint announcement Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures have informed us that British actor Henry Cavill has landed the coveted role of Superman in the new film, to be directed by Zack Snyder.
When news regarding the next Superman movie started traveling around the internet, one of the early fan favorites to take on the role of Supes was Jon Hamm, of Mad Men fame. While a little old for the part (he’s 40), there was still hope that the new film would feature an aging Superman and not someone in their twenties.
"Welcome to the party, pal."
"I am serious... and don't call me Shirley."
"When am I gonna learn how to punch?"
"These go to eleven."
"Benjamin, have you ever been severely beaten about the face & neck?"
"Just keep swimming, swimming, swimming."
"You're gonna need a bigger boat."
"Jessica's got cable."
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