We love them, and sometimes we even agree with their dark ideas.Read More
A story quickly went viral that Gal Gadot was only paid $300k for Wonder Woman, whereas Henry Cavill received $14 million for Man of Steel.Read More
In case you had any doubts about whether or not Man of Steel 2 is actually happening, Amy Adams is here to help.Read More
You can't keep Supes down, apparently.
Despite his death in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, it seems that Superman will be coming back in a sequel to 2013's Man of Steel.Read More
Slight spoilers to follow for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (although, if you kept up with press prior to the release, I doubt any of this will come as a surprise).Read More
Zack Snyder doesn't understand why no one else agrees with his interpretation of Superman as a character.Read More
Zack Synder had a recent interview with Canoe, where he discussed whether we'll see a solo sequel to Man of Steel. It doesn't seem likely, though he calls it "interesting to think about."Read More
George Miller, director of Mad Max: Fury Road and Happy Feet, could end up helming the follow-up to Man of Steel, rumors say.Read More
Christine Schreyer is a "language fangirl" and proud of it!
Would you consider yourself a "language fangirl" (or boy)? Maybe not. But Christine Schreyer certainly is and she's so proud of it, she just did a TEDx Talk about it, not only touching on what it means to be a fan (of words, of anything!), but also the importance of her specific fandom: the fandom of languages created and to be created.Read More
Poor guy just can't catch a break sometimes.Read More
You know you love nerdy lists and timelines, people!
For those just joining us, June is often considered Superman month. The hero debuted in the 1938 June issue Action Comics #1. The real town of Metropolis, Illinois officially became "Superman's hometown" in June. And in some comics, the hero celebrates his birthday one June 1o (the day he landed on Earth) and Clark Kent's birthday on June 18 (the day he was adopted by the Kents and also the birthday of Bud Collyer, the first Superman actor).Read More
The folks over at VideoLab on YouTube dared to wonder what Zack Snyder's Man of Steel would have looked like if it wasn't so... bleak. So, they decided to reintroduce vibrant colors into the film, and the resulting product actually looks pretty fantastic.Read More
My new hero.
I mean, how do you not?Read More
"Great Hera!" "By Odin's beard!" *pause* *louder shouting* "Great! Hera!" *even louder shouting* "By Odin's! Beard!"
It's been more than ten years since the last time DC and Marvel got it together long enough to make a crossover book, and if you think the negotiations between New Line and Warner Bros. over rights to produce and distribute The Hobbit were bad, scale New Line up to a company the size of Disney, throw in Sony Pictures and Fox Studios, and consider how unlikely it is that we'd get any of them to make a movie bridging the Justice League, Avengers, X-Men, and Spider-Man universes.Read More
I am vengeance! I am the night! I am shiny!
From the jewelry designers who brought you the sterling silver Green Lantern rings and Batman logo earrings comes this: limited edition, officially Warner Brothers-licensed, silver Batman necklaces in honor of the caped crusader's 75th anniversary. Dang, Guild Jewelry. You all outdid yourself with these.Read More
There's no laughing in superhero movies!!
Saving the world is SRS BSNS.Read More
Some new rumors claim Warner Bros. is working mighty hard the next few years. How many films do you think will come before Wonder Woman's solo outing?Read More
Man of Steel Sequel Writer David Goyer Calls Marvel’s She-Hulk “A Giant Green Porn Star,” Insults Geeks
Today in things that make us scream incoherently
His parents might be dead, but his sense of style sure isn't.
Earlier this week we were promised a better look at the Batmobile for the upcoming Man of Steel sequel, but instead we got some dumb millionaire who thinks he's the night sticking his tiny Frank Miller-inspired ears into the shot. If what you really wanted was to see more of the actual vehicle, then you're in luck.Read More