Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice took over the world’s box office this weekend with a domestic total of $166.1 million (previous reported at $170 million) and a mental $424.1 million worldwide. For Warner Bros., I’m sure they’re happy, but that also means it didn’t out the #1 spot still held by Harry Potter and
There was a rather cool clip earlier this week that would have just been great if it was left like that. But here we have a trailer that’s far too long, reveals way too much and now I don’t want to see anything more from this movie until its release. As we mentioned with that
Welcome to Throwback Trailers! We are turning back the hands of cinematic time to relive some classic movie trailers. Spanning generations and genres, TBT will be sure to find a touch of nostalgia that everyone can enjoy. Superman (1978) Released: December 15, 1978 Budget: $55 million Worldwide Gross: $300.2 million A trailer that only consists
We’ll have to wait and see if Warner Bros. plan to have an DC Comics equivalent to the Marvel Cinematic Universe will pan out, but in the meantime we’ve got more confirmation which films we’ll be seeing in the future. Warner Bros. released a slate which extends all the way to 2020. Batman v. Superman:
Director Zack Snyder took to Twitter yesterday to tease the unveiling of the new Batmobile, and he won’t be disappointing anyone today. Take a look! Following yesterday’s teaser image, Snyder has given us not only a look at the Batmobile, but a first look at Batman (Ben Affleck) in the upcoming Batman vs. Superman! Check
Director Zack Snyder took to Twitter today to tease the unveiling of the new Batmobile for the Batman vs. Superman movie tomorrow. Check out the image below! Opening on May 6, 2016, the movie stars Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck, Amy Adams, Diane Lane, Laurence Fishburne, Gal Gadot, Jason Momoa, Jesse Eisenberg, Jeremy Irons, Holly Hunter,
Before Star Wars Episode VII casting news gets the Internet rage machine going, we welcome any and all Batman vs. Superman news. Warner Bros. has just announced the casting of both Lex Luthor and Alfred in director Zack Snyder’s follow-up to Man of Steel. Jesse Eisenberg will be playing Luthor in the untitled Batman vs.
Warner Bros. has announced a new release date for the Man of Steel sequel or Batman vs. Superman depending on who you ask. The movie will now open May 6, 2016 instead of the planned July 17, 2015 release date. The reason for the delay is explained for “allowing the filmmakers time to realize fully their
The LEGO Movie is going all out with marketing and no one is complaining here. The latest posters for the outrageous looking movie shows off Superman (voiced by Channing Tatum) and Batman (voiced by Will Arnett), the two DC characters are set to square off in Phil Lord and Chris Miller’s animated adventure next month.
It’s official folks, Superman and Batman will team up in a live-action movie and sooner than you might think – 2015! Warner Bros. will develop the project as a sequel to Man of Steel, which means Henry Cavill will return as Superman. Zack Snyder and David S. Goyer will return as director and writer respectively.