There are not many people fond of the ending to Man of Steel—especially Superman’s infamous bout of neck-snapping—and there are many who eagerly await the day for Zack Snyder to apologize for the wanton destruction and general not-Superman-ness of it all. Today is not that day.
When a big movie is released in theaters, all the other studios take advantage of the attendance bump with new trailers, posters and more. One of 2016’s biggest films, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, already has the trailer and now there are posters too.
So that happened. After years of intense secrecy around Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, the latest trailer went from 0 to 100 in terms of spoilers. Not only did the trailer show the reveal of Wonder Woman, but it even introduced the film’s big bad guy: Doomsday. Here’s what we learned.
Watchmen is one of those comic books people hold incredibly near and dear to their hearts. It’s difficult, it’s dark, and it’s been incredibly influential on everything that followed. Which is why, no matter how he tackled it, Zack Snyder’s movie had its back against a wall.
A few weeks back, Steven Spielberg made headlines saying he thought superhero movies would eventually “go the way of the Western.” And now, the architect of DC, one of the biggest superhero movie worlds, says he pretty much agrees.
Two years ago, when Ben Affleck was cast as Batman, no one would’ve guessed it could come to this. A new rumor says the studio is so excited about his performance in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, they want more of him in the film.
The recent Suicide Squad footage gave us a glimpse of Batman’s cameo in the film—but there’s even more to it than we realized. A new interview with Batman v Superman director Zack Snyder and his collaborators has revealed a lot more about how these films will connect up.
We’ve seen a few promo shots and lots of paparazzi shots but now, for the first time, photos from the actual movie Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice are online.
It’s finally here — the first HD footage of the clash between the Dark Knight and the Man of Steel. We’ve already watched the HD version a half dozen times, but now it’s time to pore over GIFs and screencaps, to catch every detail and all the insane drama. Here’s everything we spotted!
Confirming that there will be a different teaser released at a special IMAX event on April 20th, Zack Snyder tweeted his own teaser. And we have to ask: What is going on with the Batsuit? See it, and Snyder's tweet below.
I had my doubts about director Zack Snyder casting the young Jesse Eisenberg as Superman's arch-villain Lex Luthor in Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice. But this first picture of Eisenberg as the evil mastermind has completely shut me up. He looks shockingly sinister. (And bald, too.)
Zack Snyder released the first image of Aquaman via Twitter, and, well. We wouldn't mess with him.
Lately, directors JJ Abrams and Zack Snyder have been competing in the world's most adorable Twitter war of DC Comics vs. Star Wars oneupmanship. And Abrams has just taken the whole thing to a new level but releasing a video of his Millennium Falcon.
It looks like a stormtrooper just got busted by the Gotham City Police Department trying to carjack the batmobile. GCPD: 1, Empire: 0.
Following the photos that leaked this morning, Zack Snyder has dropped an official shot of the new Batman v. Superman Batmobile. If anything, this looks even more souped up than the other photos.
A couple weeks ago, Warner Bros. announced it was claiming release dates for nine unspecified DC Comics films, between now and 2020. This signaled that Warners is serious about building on the success of Man of Steel, and challenging Marvel's comic-book movie ascendancy. And here's why that's a good thing.
Warner Bros.'s DC strategy has taken a strange turn. Well, an even stranger turn than before, as The Hollywood Reporter says that the studio has two writers working on two separate Aquaman scripts.
Zack Snyder heard a couple of local radio DJs in Detroit talking shit about HIS movie—specifically about Aquaman, and that was just not going to fly. So he called them up and politely set them straight. And in doing so, he revealed a whole lot about his Aquaman. Plus, it's just adorable.
Although overshadowed by the picture of a forlorn Superman standing morosely in the rain, Zack Snyder actually tried to explain to USA Today why he chose a "V" for Batman V. Superman's title, as opposed to the infinitely more normal "Vs." It is the dumbest thing you will hear all day.
Hitfix has confirmed that Jason Momoa will play Aquaman in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. They're also reporting that Zack Snyder's already finished the character design so that filming can begin as soon as possible