Whether or not a long-awaited Justice League film gets made depends on the success of Man of Steel. If Steel takes off at the box office, Justice League will go forward. It’s definitely been a very rocky road for Justice League, and the success of The Avengers helped pull it out of development hell.
There’s very good buzz out there for Man of Steel, and Michael Shannon is absolutely one of the reasons we’ll go see it, good, bad or indifferent.
With Man of Steel nearly here, there’s been a lot of press speculation about Justice League, which has been off again / on again at Warner Brothers.
While the video game market is still enduring a lot of ups and downs, quite a few video game movies have been put into development, including Assassin’s Creed, Splinter Cell, and Deus Ex, while Need For Speed will be hitting theaters next year.
We can’t deny it, we were very skeptical about Man of Steel at first.
With all the buzz and excitement surrounding Man of Steel, how could we forget that it will soon be Superman’s 75th birthday?
David Goyer is the screenwriter of the Blade films, and he also brought Bruce Wayne’s alter ego back from the dead with Batman Begins.
Man of Steel is without a doubt one of the most anticipated movies of the summer.
Although Christopher Nolan didn’t direct Man of Steel, the upcoming Superman reboot, he is involved as a producer, which means the film should have some definite Nolan trademarks.
We all hear stories about who was up for this role or that role in big movies, and how funny it would be if, say, Tom Selleck played Indiana Jones.
With the massive success of The Avengers, which made about a quadrillion dollars, superhero teams are the hot thing right now.
One of the many great boons that Star Wars brought to the movie business is merchandising.
Some time ago, we discussed the possibility of a major superhero film eventually being awarded an R rating.
As wild, crazy and difficult as he’s known to be, there’s no doubt Russell Crowe has put in some great performances.
One of the greatest things about movies is they can make us feel heroic in times of despair.
Screenwriter David Goyer has quite a career. He first broke through with his scripts for Dark City and the big screen adaptation of Blade.
We had a great year of genre films in 2012, but there are quite a number of movies we're anticipating in ‘13 as well.
Once Batman is completed, where do you go next? Oh right, we have Man of Steel coming next summer, the next Avengers in a couple of years, and yet more Spider-Man films.
Warner Bros. has posted the first full-length trailer for its upcoming Superman reboot.
The Dark Knight Rises is now officially out on DVD and Blu-Ray, and it’s amazing to think that after waiting for so long, the Christopher Nolan Batman sagas are finally done.