Though the future of Henry Cavill's Superman appears to be uncertain, the British actor is prepped to play the Man of Steel again, he's said.
Could we finally be about to bear witness to Zack Snyder’s original cut of Justice League?
Mission: Impossible - Fallout director Christopher McQuarrie has opened up about his pitch to join the DCEU, revealing he would have tied Superman together with the Green Lantern.
Matthew Vaughn has opened up about what he would have done with Man Of Steel 2, the blockbuster that he was previously in negotiations to direct, but which he has since moved on from.
35-year-old Henry Cavill is reportedly leaving the role of Superman after talks with Warner Bros. and DC broke down.
Warner Bros/DC are seriously rethinking their original plans regarding a Marvel-esque movie universe.
Upcoming DCEU team-up movie will utilise John Williams' iconic fanfare in a "very dark way."
The director who started the DC Extended Universe stepped away from 'Justice League' earlier this year after the death of his daughter.
Kick-Ass and Kingsman director had been previously linked to a 'Man of Steel' sequel, which he admits is still a possibility.
Henry Cavill has taken to Instagram to not just show that he’s back in training as Superman, but to also tease his appearance in ‘Green Lantern Corps’. The English actor has slowly been recovering from knee surgery.
After Zack Snyder called the shots on ‘Man of Steel,’ ‘Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice’ and the upcoming ‘Justice League,’ it looks like there’s a new director in the frame for Superman’s next solo movie. According to Collider, Warner Bros and DC are pressing on with a second ‘Man of Steel’ movie starring Henry Cavill, and they want British director Matthew Vaughn to take the helm.
There’s been plenty of talk where the DC Expanded Universe in concerned, especially when we’ll actually see ‘Man of Steel 2′ come to fruition.
Warner Bros. and DC may be struggling to secure positive reviews for their movies (notably recent release ‘Suicide Squad’), but it hasn’t deterred them from starting work on a ‘Man of Steel’ sequel. 2013 saw Henry Cavill don the red and blue suit for the first time but any news on a follow-up has been pretty quiet until now. Instead, the focus was on ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’, which was a long and gruelling process alongside new Batman Ben Affleck.
Between 1987 and 1992, Kevin Costner had a quite staggering run. From the brilliant Al Capone movie ‘The Untouchables’ and vastly underrated thriller ‘No Way Out’, he starred in one quality hit after another, including ‘Field of Dreams’, ‘Bull Durham’, ‘Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves’ and ‘JFK’. In 1992, he appeared opposite Whitney Houston in ‘The Bodyguard’, the soundtrack to which remains the best-selling of all time, having shifted more than 47 million copies.
Regardless of what you may have thought about ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’ it’s clear that the DC Extended Universe (DCEU) is here to stay. Multiple movies have already confirmed, set for release up to and including 2020 - and it appears there are even more movies in the pipeline. “I think if we could get a good script it’d be great to have a standalone Superman movie,” said 'Dawn of Justice’ director Zack Snyder in an interview with IGN.
One of the main grievances that audiences had with ‘Man Of Steel’ was the amount of destruction and death that took place in its final act when Superman and General Zod turned Metropolis into their own personal wrestling ring. ‘Man Of Steel’ director Zack Snyder has heard those complaints, and believes that they are unfounded. Especially when it’s compared to the amount of people that perished in ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’.
If the upcoming ‘Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice’ looks to be a little on the dark side, screenwriter Chris Terrio says that’s hardly an accident. “I initially thought I wasn’t the guy to do ‘Justice League’ and went off to work on something else.
The finale sees the battle between Henry Cavill’s Supes and Michael Shannon’s General Zod level most of Metropolis, killing thousands, before the Man of Steel kills his foe - flying in the face of one of the character’s defining traits. Superman killing is said to fuel his desire to avoid death at all costs in the future, but what of the mass destruction left in his wake? Well, Henry Cavill has some thoughts on that.
‘Man of Steel’ and ‘Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice’ director Zack Snyder (pictured below with actors Henry Cavill and Russell Crowe) knows a thing or two about facing the wrath of comic book fans. A common complaint is that ‘Man of Steel’ betrayed the core nature of Superman on a fundamental level thanks to the hero’s less-than noble actions in the finale - but Snyder insists nothing could be further from the truth.