You never know what you’ll find on YouTube. Today it’s a four-minute video of Bruce Wayne being a hero in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. I can’t imagine that the scene is a huge spoiler for the movie, but it is indicative of how the character of Bruce Wayne is being portrayed. You can check it out following the jump.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is scheduled to premiere, head-to-head with Captain America 3, on May 6, 2016.
Warner Brothers is taking on Marvel in a back way at the movies. The studio has moved the Superman/Batman movie to the 2016 weekend already set for an unnamed Marvel movie, May 6, 2016. That weekend has been staked out by Marvel since 2006, making this DC vs. Marvel – and not in a Superman vs. Spider-Man kind of way, but in a Superman vs. Zod/Spider-Man vs. Dr. Octopus kind of way. Let the blood flow and the superfan’s dollars be spent!
In the now vacated July 17, 2015 slot, Warners will be releasing Pan, the Joe Wright directed take on Peter Pan that tells the story of how Peter became Peter Pan and Captain Hook became Captain Hook. Check out the press release, after the jump, for more.
Man of Steel is to movie adaptations of DC Comics characters what Iron Man and Iron Man 3 are to movie adaptations of Marvel’s superheroes. It cuts through the multiple iterations of Superman origin stories from 75 years of the character, takes the best bits, filters them through the filters of story writers Christopher Nolan and David S. Goyer and then zaps them with the energy and vision of director Zack Snyder. It is best Superman movie since Superman II – and easily on a par with that film.
Warner Brothers has released a thirteen-minute behind-the-scenes featurette for Man of Steel. Driector Zack Snyder, writer David S. Goiyer and Henry Cavill, among others, talk about the direction the film takes; the unique way it’s shot and much more. For a more in-depth look at Man of Steel than anything we’ve seen so far, follow the jump.
If you’re looking for a movie where scantily clad babes fight, shoot and blow stuff up real good, then you’ll probably love Sucker Punch. If you’re looking for story, characters, or meaning, you’ll find it pretty thin.
From Ben Hibon – who gave us the cool animated sequence in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Pt. 1 – comes the story behind the steampunk soldiers faced by the girls in Sucker Punch. If the movie is this good, it will kill!