Ben has gotten a lot of flack from online fans ever since he was chosen as the next Batman, but one person who knows a few things about starring in Batman films has his back. Chris, who once played Robin, tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY his thoughts on Bat Affleck!
Ben Affleck is Batman in the Man of Steel sequel, and everyone is just going to have to deal with that and enjoy it. And if you are still not convinced, maybe it will take Batman’s trusty friend and sidekick Robin to sway your feelings. Because when is Robin ever wrong?
Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill will reportedly be joined by Bryan Cranston, who will play iconic villain Lex Luthor, in the ‘Man Of Steel’ sequel, as the ‘Breaking Bad’ star has allegedly signed a multi-film deal to appear in the franchise, along with other films set within the DC Comics universe.
A comic book website, Cosmic Book News, recently reported that Bryan Cranston, who plays Walter White in AMC’s Breaking Bad, has been cast as Lex Luthor in the Man Of Steel sequel, leading to strong reactions on Twitter. But is it true?
Haters be damned! Ben has the acting chops, charisma and brooding good looks to successfully fill Christian Bale’s shoes. Keep reading to find out why the naysayers should refrain from being concerned with the casting choice! Ben Affleck is set to star as Batman in the Man of Steel sequel, Warner Bros. announced Aug. 22. While many celebs…
Tyler could be making the leap from wolf to bat, according to a new report.
Ever since the Comic-Con announcement that the Man of Steel sequel will feature an appearance by fellow DC Comics staple Batman, the internet has been flooded with wishes and suggestions for which actor should next slip on the Dark Knight’s iconic mask. Christian Bale has brushed off the idea of reprising the role himself, and a new report suggest that a surprising — and familiar — face could potentially be handed the torch: Teen Wolf star Tyler Hoechlin!
A ripped Henry Cavill takes his turn in the blue tights in Zach Snyder’s super-sized Superman reboot. But can a ‘Man Of Steel’ origin story with so many suspect special effects really take flight?
Call it the curse of Christopher Reeve. The man was just too iconic for his successors’ good. From the admirable but endless Smallville, to Brandon Routh‘s one-off crash landing impersonation of Reeve in Superman Returns (2006), no one has been able to replace the original man of steel in the 35 years since the the 1978 classic, Superman. Now, director Zach Snyder (300, The Watchmen) takes the helm of this deceivingly tricky franchise with a visually dense digital origin story that harkens the return of the evil Kryptonian General, Zod!
The stars came out on the black carpet for the ‘Man of Steel’ premiere June 10 at Lincoln Center. HollywoodLife.com got to talk EXCLUSIVELY to some of the film’s biggest stars –including Superman himself!
There was no shortage of super-hero star power at the black-carpet premiere of Man of Steel on June 10. The highly-anticipated film is sure to be one of the summer’s biggest blockbusters, and the stars playing those iconic characters — including Kevin Costner and Henry Cavill — talked to HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY about the film!
Celebrate Superman’s 75th birthday with an extended look at his most epic movie yet, hitting theaters June 14.
Superman turns the big 7-5 today, and we’re happy to confirm that the boy in blue looks better than ever! The extended Man Of Steel trailer hit the web earlier this week, and it’s safe to say Henry Cavill‘s take on the classic hero will soon wash the bad taste of Superman Returns out of our mouths for good. Along with mind-blowing action scenes, the full trailer also gives us our first look at the playful relationship between Superman and Lois Lane (Amy Adams) — and who doesn’t love that?
A brand-new video gives us our first look at Superman’s family, enemies, and of course, Lois Lane.
Man of Steel isn’t due out in theaters until the summer of 2013, but thanks to the first full-length trailer of Zack Snyder‘s new movie, we have a feeling it’ll be worth the wait. Not only are we given many new and exciting views of Henry Cavill in full Superman garb — there’s a particularly excellent shot of him emerging from a burning room that we’ve got on repeat — but it also provides a first glimpse at many of the faces we’ve been dying to see.
Henry Cavill makes a damn fine-looking Superman in this first-look poster.
Superman may be more powerful than a locomotive, but in this brand-new poster for The Man of Steel, we see Henry Cavill in a far more vulnerable state. Why (and how) is the boy in blue also in handcuffs? That’s a good question; unfortunately, we might have to wait until the movie’s June 14 release.