Richard Donner, best known for directing such movies as “Superman,” “The Goonies” and the “Lethal Weapon” franchise has died at the age of 91.
If you are a fan of Superman than you will be overjoyed that Warner Bros. is moving forward with a new movie, just not with Henry Cavill.
Before Christian Bale or Ben Affleck dawned the cape and cowl as Batman, before Henry Cavill became the Man of Steel, before there was an MCU or DCEU two men took to the big screen to bring us two iconic… Read More ›
In 1978 Christopher Reeve made us believe a man could fly when he took flight as Superman and opened the door to today’s modern superhero films as Superman The Movie celebrates forty years.
The legendary Christopher Reeve will be returning to theaters later this year in the role that made him famous as Superman: The Movie celebrates its 40th Anniversary.
Are you a Superman fan? Did you enjoy the Krypton scenes at the beginning of the Man of Steel movie? A new television series on the SYFY network wants to take you back to the eventual doomed planet.
Late this week was a movie posters wet dream if you’re a fan of the superhero movies as Warner Brother released the first set of posters for the Justice League movie.
Its a bird, its a plane, its a rare copy of the first comic to feature Superman and it recently sold at auction for nearly a million dollars.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice has officially hit theaters and even though it’s not getting any love from the critics, but the fans seem to be showing it plenty of support.
On Thursday Warner Brothers released the final trailer for what they hope will be an epic battle between two of the best known superheroes in the DC Universe.
Warner Brothers late Wednesday night released the 2nd full-length trailer for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and it looks as if WB as brought a big bat to the plate, no pun intended.
After Warner Brothers announced its official slate of DC movies through the year 2020 it also announced that they would release a standalone Batman film and a sequel to Man of Steel, but has that now changed?
Empire Magazine has been busy as of late releasing new images for Warner Brothers/DC movie Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice that just happens to be there latest cover story.
Empire Magazine’s newest issue hits news stands later this week and they have given us a sneak peek of who’s on the cover and it packs a big punch with two of DC’s biggest heroes.
Warner Brothers on Tuesday released high-res images from the highly anticipated movie Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice.
Zack Snyder revealed the first two teaser posters for Warner Brothers, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
Yesterday Lucasfilm released a new Star Wars trailer today Warner Brothers makes it official and releases it’s first teaser trailer for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
Batman v Superman won’t hit theaters for another year still and new information came out today on how and who starts the fight between the man of steel and caped crusader. Spoiler Warning!
Warner Brothers highly anticipated movie Batman v Superman was in Chicago Friday night filming when the images below were taken.
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Growing up the comic book/superhero movie used to come to the theaters few and far between and now with today’s technology they are becoming as common as an 80’s Hollywood remake, but is it too much to fast.
Who is the Masked Superman? What does his identity have to do with last week’s startling ending? The answers will shock you as the entire New 52 gets ready to jump five years into the future!
When it comes to Warner Brothers, it’s no secret on just how far behind they are compared to Marvel Studios and its comic book properties.
Zack Snyder the director of 300 and Man of Steel recently addressed some of the issues fans have been buzzing about concerning the Man of Steel sequel or Batman vs Superman.
Marko Manev an illustrator from Skopje, Macedonia. Created an original series of superhero posters called, Superhero Noir. Check out all ten of them below.