Man of Steel
Earlier this week, the internet was a buzz with the news of Warner Bros’ casting Ben Affleck as Batman. Love him or hate him, Batfleck will don cape and costume and appear alongside Henry Cavil for the Man of Steel sequel. …
According to Warner Bros., Ben Affleck will star as Batman in Zack Snyder’s re-imagining of the character for the big screen.
After the “successful” Superman reboot, director Snyder made it known that he would be pitting The Dark Knight against …
Why do we continue to allow Zack Snyder to ruin beautiful things? After what he did with Sucker Punch, Zack Snyder shouldn’t be allowed to direct a movie. That movie, although visually stunning, was horrendously anti-character driven. I understand that he wrote it; maybe therein lies the problem, but I digress. We aren’t here to talk about the failures and shortfalls of Zack Snyder… unless we’re talking about Man of Steel. Which in this case we are.
Some people (rightly) claim Superman is boring because he is borderline omnipotent. But that’s only true because the people writing his stories don’t have any room to mess with anything that would upset the easily dismayed diehard fans. Superman is the epitome of virtuousness.
Over the weekend, it was announced that Amy Adams (36) will be our new Lois Lane. Amy Adams won our hearts in Enchanted and Doubt, but more recently she starred in a very memorable role as Charlene Fleming in 2010′s The Fighter, where she was even nominated as Best Supporting Actress.