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man of steel 2 mashup trailer Man of Steel 2 Mash up Trailer Features Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck, Bryan Cranston (VIDEO)Warner Bros.

Since patience is one of many virtues the Internet lacks, a YouTuber has already cobbled together a makeshift “Man of Steel” sequel trailer. Because waiting for the real thing obviously isn’t an option.

Pairing clips from “Man of Steel,” “Daredevil,” “The Dark Knight,” “Breaking Bad,” and 16 other movies and TV shows with a Hans Zimmer soundtrack, SoylentBrak1

henry cavilloriginal Henry Cavill: 5 Things You (Probably) Didnt Know About the Man of Steel StarGetty

Most movie-minded people know by now that Henry Cavill stars as Superman in “Man of Steel,” in theaters today, but new fans of the British actor probably don’t know much else about him.

Have no fear, Moviefone is here!

If you’re looking to find out a little bit more about the latest man to slip on the iconic red cape and tights, look no further. Read on to discover… Continue reading Henry Cavill: 5 Things You (Probably) Didn't Know About the 'Man of Steel' Star

Man of Steel

Superman flies back onto the big screen in this Warner Bros./Legendary Pictures production directed by Zack Snyder (Watchmen)… Read More

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Happy Birthday, Henry Cavill!

The hunky British actor turns 30 on May 5. Cavill sailed under the radar for many years with supporting roles and famously missed out on playing James

Here Comes The Boom

In the comedy ‘Here Comes the Boom’, former collegiate wrestler Scott Voss (Kevin James) is a 42-year-old apathetic biology t… Read More

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Is Henry Winkler the sweetest man in Hollywood? After speaking with us, we’d have to say so. The iconic “Happy Days” star took time out of his busy schedule — preparing for a run on Broadway in the porn-industry-set comedy… Continue reading Henry Winkler On Training In MMA, Working With Adam Sandler And The Return Of 'Arrested Development'

August 14, 2012

selick project Disney Cancels Henry Selicks Stop Motion FeatureFollowing the success of his Coraline at Laika, it was announced in 2010 that Henry Selick would be returning to Walt Disney Pictures to develop an original stop-motion feature for the studio. Today, Variety reports that production on the film has now been halted and that the project may now look for a home elsewhere.

Selick, who directed Disney’s perennial hit The