The actor champions his hero during an interview recorded before the original director left the production.
Mark Millar talks exclusively to Yahoo Movies UK about rebooting Kick-Ass with a black female lead, its TV show potential and shares his thoughts on the current state of Marvel and DC movies.
On 17 December, Afieq Alauddien donned the striking red, yellow and blue costume, along with the signature hair curl, for a photoshoot with his bride, Cheryl Tong, on their wedding day. The couple were joined by the groomsmen, who wore costumes of the Flash and characters from the “Journey to the West”.
Christopher Reeve wasn't at all happy with Marlon Brando's performance in the first 'Superman' movie, and accused him of only being in it for the money.
Sitcom's tie-in contest for tickets to the DC movie premiere potentially gives away a surprise plot development.
Kick-Ass and Kingsman director had been previously linked to a 'Man of Steel' sequel, which he admits is still a possibility.
Adaptation of 2003 graphic novel 'Superman: Red Son' (in which Superman grows up in the USSR) rumoured to be in the works.
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.
Yahoo Movies has the exclusive first look at DC Collectibles’ upcoming line of premium, screen-accurate 12-inch statues based on the Justice League lineup. The meticulously detailed poly-resin sculpts were designed in coordination with Warner Bros. and present our best look yet at the costumed characters who make up DC’s premier hero team: Ben Affleck’s Batman, Henry Cavill’s Superman, Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman, Jason Momoa’s Aquaman, Ezra Miller’s Flash, and Ray Fisher’s Cyborg. Each piece, mounted on a Justice League stand, will retail for $150, be limited to a run of 5,000 copies and will be available timed to the film’s Nov. 17 opening.
Denzel Washington and Viola Davis may have the biggest Oscar buzz, but there is simply no Fences star cuter than the drama’s precocious young star Saniyya Sidney. Sidney, who has also appeared in Roots and American Horror Story, recalled her reaction to first hearing about the film, a family drama set in 1950s Pittsburgh and based on the Tony Award-winning play by August Wilson.
One minute you’re walking the red carpet, the next you’re flipping burgers. That’s not quite where these 10 screen actors found themselves, but they did choose the real world – and a job you or we might do – over the glamour of Hollywood. Image credits: Getty, Rex_Shutterstock
The Suicide Squad just hit Hollywood. In advance of the anticipated summer movie, due out Aug. 5, Warner Bros. is displaying a wide selection of costumes and props featuring DC Comics’ off-kilter band of baddies for visitors who go on the studio tour. This week, Warners previewed the exhibit, which also includes artifacts from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, in its museum. In the coming months, the studio will rotate in new pieces from upcoming DC-based films like Wonder Woman and Justice League, as well as its stable of TV shows, including Arrow, The Flash, and Supergirl.
‘Captain America: Civil War’ may be getting some of the best reviews Marvel’s ever had, but that doesn’t mean comic book fans have always appreciated film company attempts to put their heroes on-screen. ’X-Men 3’ is a disaster, the Phoenix saga it touches on is one of the best-ever arcs,” says comic fan Andy Welch, alluding to the iconic 1980 Dark Phoenix storyline which saw Jean Grey (Famke Janssen) go bad.
In a podcast last week, as he was offering his critique of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, inveterate comic nerd Kevin Smith noted something about the performance of Ben Affleck as the Caped Crusader: “He moved the way that Batman moves and fights … [it was] the best cinematic presentation of Batman fighting you’ve ever seen in a movie. It looked like the video game, almost.” Smith was onto something with that tossed-off remark, something that explains the polarized reaction to film. Batman v Superman is more relatable as a video game.