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455674455 Is Joaquin Phoenix the Villain in Batman vs. Superman?Frazer Harrison/Getty Images

There’s a Batman. There’s a Superman. Now all these two superheroes need is a villain, and if Warner Bros. gets their way, he’ll be played by Joaquin Phoenix.

Variety reports that the studio wants to sign Phoenix as the main… Continue reading Is Joaquin Phoenix the Villain in 'Batman vs. Superman'?

Justice League Doom 04 Which Other Justice League Characters Must Show Up in the Batman vs. Superman Movie?

We don’t want the Man of Steel sequel to be too crowded, right? After all, it is first and foremost a follow-up to a solo Superman movie. But we are excited about Batman showing up, especially if it’s Batman vs. Superman (whether that is the official title or just what everyone will continue to call it forever and ever). And now we can be even more… Continue reading Which Other Justice League Characters Must Show Up in the 'Batman vs. Superman' Movie?

doctor%20who%20the%20movie Doctor Who: The Movie, Star Wars, Spider Man, Batman vs. Superman and More Geeky Things to Buy This Month

It’s the first week of December, and that means it’s time for another column filled with recommendations of all manner of geekery based on the the latest news from Hollywood, upcoming projects, and whatever else the cool kids (or at the very least, my wonderfully nerdy colleagues) are buzzing about these days.

November was a big month for Whovians with the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who

Here’s your 3-day box office returns (new releases bolded):

1. Monsters University – $ 82.0 million

2. World War Z – $ 66.0 million

3. Man of Steel – $ 41.2 million

4. This is the End – $ 13.0 million

5. Now You See Me – $ 7.8 million

6. Furious Six – $ 4.7 million

7. The Internship – $ 3.42 million

8. The Purge – $ 3.41 million

9. Star Trek Into Darkness – $

mos 41140c Superman Movies: Why Is It So Hard for Hollywood to Get the Man of Steel Right?Warner Bros.

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?