Director Zack Snyder explains in a Vero live-chat why Superman didn't use his superpowers to save Martha in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.Read More
Hello darkness my old friend...
Oh, the DCEU. With the highest of highs (Wonder Woman) and some pretty low lows (nearly everything else), the DCEU has been going through some growing pains.Read More
With the critical and commercial success of Wonder Woman and an upcoming Justice League on track to have a very large opening, this is the time for the DCEU redemption song to play.Read More
Why would Diana 'walk away from mankind?' She wouldn't.
Gal Gadot clearly has no problem speaking up when she doesn't agree with the way Wonder Woman is depicted. And when it comes to how she was introduced in 'Batman v Superman,' she definitely doesn't agree. After leaving Themyscira and saving humanity in WWI, why would she have then, "walked away from mankind?" Short answer: she wouldn't.Read More
Here's David Johns' take on Batman v Superman, which they're calling Batman v Superman (Moustache [sic] Edition).Read More
Some people have become so used to seeing superheroes save the day that they overlook when superheroes have to save themselves.Read More
Tina Guo, the classically trained musician who provided the badass cello riffs on Wonder Woman's theme from Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, shared a video of her making the song even more metal.Read More
Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice and Hillary's America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party each took home four awards from the Golden Raspberry Awards (Razzies).Read More
Zack Snyder just did an interview about Justice League, and some quotes from that interview have already leaked--specifically, quotes about Superman's status. Spoilers for Batman v Superman to follow!Read More
2016 films were apparently so bad the Razzies decided to expand to six nominees per category.Read More
Here’s a List of Media From 2016 We Wish We Could Unsee. If You Haven’t Already Seen Them, Save Yourselves!
Sure, we could regale you with end-of-the-year "Best of" lists, but...well, you know how it's always easier to remember the bad stuff? And how, you could have a million people compliment you, but it only takes one douchebag with an insult to ruin your whole week? Yeah, it's like that. So, here's a list of media from 2016 that the staff here at TMS wishes we could unsee.Read More
Mel Gibson is adding his thoughts to conversation and, well, let’s just say he isn’t a fan of comic book movies.Read More
Do you Reeve? You will.
What if Batman v Superman had been made with the classic movie incarnations of the characters instead of the ... different characterizations the Zack Snyder-verse went with? We'll never know, of course, but this "retro" trailer does a pretty good job of painting a picture of what that movie might have looked like, at least.Read More
Always with the damsel-in-distress.
Margot Kidder, who first brought the character of Lois Lane to life in the original Superman movies, had some words for Zack Snyder's handling of the intrepid reporter.Read More
[VIDEO] Explore Suicide Squad and Batman v Superman at the WB Studio Tour’s “DC Universe: The Exhibit”
If you love the DC Universe and you're in, or planning a trip to Los Angeles, there's no better place to delve into your fandom than at the Warner Bros. Studio lot in Burbank. No trip to L.A. is complete without doing at least one studio tour, and the WB Studio Tour Hollywood is one of the best. Not to mention one of the most geek-friendly.Read More
Gal Gadot shared the first poster for Wonder Woman on Twitter today, and we're already in love with it!Read More
Batman v Superman v fundamental civil liberties.
Superhero narratives are politically fascist. That’s not really a criticism, it’s just a statement of fact. Integral elements of the genre, such as the nearly unlimited power and authority superheroes are handed with little to no oversight, are inherently authoritarian concepts. As such, superhero stories that wind up addressing or examining these themes tend to […]Read More
Fall Out Boy sent out a tweet this afternoon promoting the news that they'll be contributing to the Ghostbusters soundtrack--along with, um, Missy freakin' Elliot? This is delightful news on this here Thorsday, thank you and goodnight.Read More
Et tu, Alfred?
Speaking with The Daily Mail this week about everything from his role in Race to whether or not he'd ever want to be knighted (a hard no), Jeremy Irons, who said in the interview he will "forever be playing Devil’s Advocate," was very open about his thoughts on the harsh reception Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice received from critics.Read More
Jeremy Irons' Alfred was one of the few characters who managed to come out of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice without looking too ridiculous, and now we'll get a chance to see if Irons' luck holds up.Read More