Two new posters for next month's 'Man of Steel' have crashed on earth (not including the one we previously revealed the other day of Jor-El), showing us the film's hero and villain in all their glowering glory. Of course, we're talking about Superman (Henry Cavill) and General Zod (Michael Shannon).
'The Hangover Part 3' will bring the Wolfpack's adventures to an end, starting this Thursday, May 23. All the trailers, clips and posters are pegging this as an "epic conclusion" on the same lines as the 'Harry Potter' finale, so that means we have to ring in the final film in a big way -- with a 10-piece prize pack.
Whatever the "Justice League problem" means to you, Lord knows there is one. Warner Bros. was originally set on the idea of bringing this team of DC heroes to the big screen, but has since faltered and are now relying on whether the upcoming 'Man of Steel' succeeds or not to make that decision for them. Still there are many concerns from fans and execs alike about realizing this particular set of characters, but could one of the top working writers of the day, Damon Lindelof, have a solution?
How many superpowers does Superman have? So many that you could create an entire series of 'Man of Steel' featurettes on the subject and not even begin to get to the bottom of it. Three new videos have arrived online, each highlighting one of the character's powers and showing off a bunch of new footage in the process.
'Man of Steel'-ers beware of potential spoilers ahead...
Amidst all of the Superman hype for Zack Snyder's upcoming reboot, hitting theaters June 14, Warner Bros. unleashed a breathtaking trailer a while back that revealed a Lex Luthor Easter Egg, foreshadowing a possible appearance from the Man of Steel's famed rival down the road. But now it looks like we'll get to see another MAJOR DC character teased in 'Man of Steel'... and this one's a superhero.
A pair of ghost hunters find more than what they expected when they investigate a family terrorized by violent spirits.
Baz Lurhmann's 'The Great Gatsby' has been a while in the making. After originally planned for a release this past December, the film was swapped for a start-of-summer premiere in the hopes of better profits. Now we're only weeks away from seeing Leonardo DiCaprio as the title character Jay Gatsby, and we've got so much swag to give out in celebration.