'Man of Steel' star Henry Cavill makes an appearance as Superman in a new Hardee's TV commercial - teasing super-flight (along with rough landings).
Now that the 'Man of Steel' prequel comic has arrived, questions about Superman's Fortress of Solitude, Supergirl, and more have been answered.
Man of Steel producer Deborah Snyder spoke with SFX about Lois Lane and Clark Kents’ relationship together in the film as well as the new take on Lane. Snyder talked about the relationship between Clark Kent and Lois Lane. She said: … Continue reading ?
Plus, Warner Bros. has debuted an online game called Metropolis Mayhem for director Zack Snyder's superhero adventure. [...]
Two days before the release of Man of Steel, DC Comics and Sears are joining forces to bring yet another day of free comics. This June 12, Man of Steel Day has been declared and according to Newsarama, “Fans who go to a local comic shop...Show More Summary
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Featuring Henry Cavill
The latest Superman movie (Man of Steel) hasn’t even been released and actor Henry Cavill is already thinking about the future. He’s not contemplating as to whether or not he’ll be playing the Kryptonian again, but is thinking about whether or not he’ll be part of a crossover film in the near future. While in the middle [...]
As we get closer to the release date of Man of Steel, the promotional partnerships will really start to ramp up and the latest one is with Carl's Jr./Hardee's. They are launching their "Super Bacon Cheeseburger" to promote the movie....Show More Summary
Fly around in Metropolis Mayhem
While there won't be a video game tie-in to the upcoming Superman reboot Man of Steel, we've got a pretty good alternative and it's free! Warner Bros. has debuted "Metropolis Mayhem," a browser-based game where you play as Superman, dodging obstacles and using your heat vision if one gets in your way (via Hero Complex ). Show More Summary
'Man of Steel' producer Deborah Snyder discusses 'the greatest adoption story' as well as why Amy Adams was the perfect choice to play Lois Lane.
Despite a few lackluster efforts, Warner Bros. hasn’t quite managed to set up a Marvel-style DC Cinematic Universe. But whenever they get their act together, they can probably count on Henry Cavill to be game. In a recent interview, the Man of Steel star expressed his enthusiasm for an idea of a Batman / Superman [...]
Amy Adams is bringing a feistier Lois Lane than seen in previous movies, while putting the costumes together proved to be a real challenge for this production. [...]
"I don't know if they've used any of the original music or not," composer John Williams says of the soon-to-open "Superman" reboot "Man of Steel." "It's a Warner Bros. film, in which case, they certainly have the right to do so."
“Balls of Steel – The Ultimate Nutshot” is a painfully fantastic Man of Steel spoof by Los Angeles-based filmmaker Brandon Laatsch. It shows Superman punting a serial killer and his nuts into outer space in slow motion. As a bonus, there is a great Doctor Who (0:53) and goat scream (1:21) easter egg hidden in [...]
Deborah Snyder speaks about the highly anticipated film
This summer will see a reinvention of Superman in Warner Bros.' highly-anticipated film Man of Steel, but the last son of Krypton isn't the only being redone in the film. Producer Deborah Snyder spoke with SFX about the film and howShow More Summary
'Arrested Development' chicken dance compilation; favorite viral videos from the last 8 years; a fan-cut 'Man of Steel' trailer; another 'Return of Return of the Jedi' Teaser; and an 8-bit Iron Man.
It seems every summer is ruled by comic book movies these days, and 2013 is set to be no different. Iron Man 3 fired the first shot, and titles like Man of Steel and The Wolverine are waiting in the wings. One big film curiously missing...Show More Summary