A third role in Warner Bros.’ Batman VS Superman has been revealed: Gal Gadot will play Wonder Woman.
Ben Affleck recently sat down for an interview and revealed some new details about Batman Vs. Superman.
Man of Steel’s DVD and Blu-ray release is coming tomorrow, November 12, and fans of the film will certainly want to pick up WB’s start to their highly anticipated Superman franchise.
Not often does a sporting event make it onto Hypable, but Ohio State’s marching band’s movie-themed choreography which features Superman saving a falling building and Harry Potter catching the golden snitch is certainly worth the watch.
Superman Vs. Batman may be starting filming this weekend in Los Angeles. Reports are in that director Zack Snyder is getting a jump on Man of Steel’s sequel by using a stadium to shoot some crowd reaction footage.
Composer Hans Zimmer, who scored The Dark Knight trilogy and Man of Steel, may be joining Batman VS Superman and he also weighs in on Ben Affleck being cast as Batman.
Fans were excited to hear last week that Bryan Cranston was reportedly in the running to play Lex Luthor in the Man of Steel sequel, but now the actor is denying the information.
Warner Bros. will be shooting Superman Vs. Batman in Michigan due to $35 million in incentives to film in the state early next year.
An entertainment website claims to have on good authority that Bryan Cranston will play Lex Luthor in the Man of Steel sequel pitting Batman VS Superman.
Ben Affleck being cast as Batman in Man of Steel’s sequel is sweeping the entertainment world, and the biggest question is: Why did he decide to take the role?
In the last few years, Ben Affleck has proven that he’s a major player in Hollywood and literally crawled his way to the top of the best director list. So why risk it all by playing Batman?
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After the success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it’s no surprise that DC wants to create a movie universe of their own. But so far, I don’t think that what they are doing will work as well as what did for Marvel.
Argo director and star Ben Affleck is set to play Batman in the Man of Steel sequel pitting the two superheroes against one another.
Man of Steel DVD/Blu-ray release date has been revealed, along with box art and behind-the-scenes details.