With the release of Suicide Squad, chapter three of the DC Extended Universe is now in the books. We now have another piece to the puzzle that started with Man of Steel, continued in Batman v Superman, and will go on next year in Wonder Woman and Justice League. Here are the biggest changes that Suicide Squad has made…
As I watched the new Avengers movie on Monday night, I couldn’t stop thinking about Superman.
No matter how some folks felt about Man of Steel’s take on the Superman mythos, there’s no denying that the Zack Snyder-directed flick made tons of money. If you’re wondering about how this year’s other Kal-El-centric entertainment offering performed, it seems like the Injustice: Gods Among Us video game did well…
It just wasn't a very "Superman" thing to do, was it?
If you haven’t read Justice League #22 yet, go away somewhere and come back when you’re done. There are spoilers for the Injustice comics series and the Man of Steel movie, too. You've been warned.
Kyle Baker’s no idiot. The iconic comics and animation artist knows that he can’t call the characters in Mass Murderer of Steel Superman and General Zod. But the fighting super-powered dudes in his quickie browser game are totally based on the brawling Kryptonians in Warner Bros.’ new Man of Steel movie. How can you…
I didn’t like Man of Steel as much as some people, but I have to admit that it was good seeing a Superman streak across the big screen again. As I watched Kal-El punch Zod across the giant screen, one thought blared through my brain: how the hell is it that it’s been seven years—almost this entire console…
Melding story elements of the first four Superman films—except the one where Richard Pryor recreates Kryptonite out of cigarettes—here is Skyrim at the Movies: Man of Steel, featuring Supes, Throthgar Luthor, Terence Stamp Zod, and Nuclear Man. It's got Eve Teschmacher, too, just not as hot as Valerie Perrine.
For comic-book movies, the bigger the budget, the bigger the expectations, the bigger the letdown. Table 8 Productions, makers of "Iron Man 3 on a Budget," and "The Avengers on a Budget," know the key to exceeding expectations is to kill all hope of them in the womb. Thus this trailer for "Man of Steel" on a Budget.
If Phosphor Games Man of Steel featured some generic superhero character — if I weren't meant to be stepping into the red boots of a comic book icon with three-quarters of a century of history — I would probably love it.
Mobile is the place for movie tie-ins these days, and Phosphor Games Studio is the studio to do them. Fresh off a winning stint doing up the World War Z mobile game, Phosphor returns on June 14 with Man of Steel. It looks quite punchy.
Despite the jokes about telling our parents that NO we can't pause the friggin' game to take out the trash, the truth is, the inability to pause a live game is a real problem. Real enough that even Man of Steel's star, Henry Cavill, has grappled with it. Actually, he almost didn't get the role of Superman because of…
Here's a new, rather long trailer for the upcoming Superman movie Man of Steel. What kind of cruel world takes away Russell Crowe and gives a boy Kevin Costner as a father?
With Zack Snyder's Man of Steel movie arriving on June 14th, more details of his take on Superman's world are hitting the internet. Yesterday, among the trading cards, maquettes, and plushes at Toy Fair, we spotted your boy Kal-El and three other characters from the film in these gorgeous new toys from DC Collectibles.
Say what you want about Zach Snyder's take on Superman, but I already prefer Dustfilms' homemade version. The special effects just seem so much more realistic.
These are, I promise you, teaser trailers for the new Superman movie, Man of Steel. One narrated by Kevin Costner, the other by Russell Crowe. They get to the Superman part eventually.