It’s not hard to imagine the executives at Warner Bros. looking at a chart of Marvel’s successful superhero movies over the last decade and a half — including five “X-Men” movies, four “Spider-Man” films, three “Iron Man” smashes, plus successful franchise-launchers “Thor” and “Captain America” and massive group hit “The Avengers.” Then, the Warner suits look at the same period’s superhero smashes based on characters from… Continue reading Superman Movies: Why Is It So Hard for Hollywood to Get the Man of Steel Right?
It’s a super-sized weekend for movies.
Superman epic “Man of Steel” and the apocalypse comedy “This Is the End” are the big releases this weekend. Both have A-list cast members, action, and colossal-sized plots, so which one should you take your dad to see this Father’s Day?
Moviefone is here to help you decide. Mr. Moviefone… Continue reading 'Man of Steel' vs. 'This Is The End': Which One Should You See? (VIDEO)
One of the most esteemed film composers working today, Hans Zimmer’s list of credits ranges from Ridley Scott’s Gladiator to The Lion King to Inception and all three films in Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight trilogy. This week, Zimmer returns to the DC Universe for Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel.
At first hesitant to board the Nolan-produced project, Zimmer explains in the below conversation with ComingSoon.net what… Continue reading Interview: Hans Zimmer on Building the Aural World of Man of Steel
Superman is on track to have himself a super weekend, if the latest box office projections are to be believed.
The Wrap reports that “Man of Steel” is set to make at least $ 100 million when it opens in 4,207 theaters on Friday, with studio Warner Bros. and industry analysts setting that number anywhere between $ 85 million to $ 105 million.
Exhibitor Relations vice president and senior… Continue reading 'Man of Steel' on Track for $100 Million Opening Weekend
Back in August 2011, ComingSoon.net/SuperHeroHype was invited to Plano, Illinois, an unlikely location for a large-scale movie production, but it’s the place that director Zack Snyder and producer Christopher Nolan had chosen to double as Smallville, Kansas, the boyhood home of Clark Kent aka Superman in the Man of Steel!
You can read an excerpt from our comprehensive set report below and then go to SuperHeroHype to read… Continue reading From The Set of Man of Steel