It's being reported that Warner Bros. is currently working rigorously in order to put the pieces in place needed for the film adaptation of "Justice League." The highly anticipated flick is expected to bring together some of DC Comics' finest on the big screen, which include Superman, Batman, Flash and Wonder Woman amongst several others.
The upcoming movie version of E.L. James' popular erotica "Fifty Shades of Grey" has garnered attention from its fans on a massive scale. While the author has managed to remain relatively mum on the casting protocol, she did finally reach out to her Twitter followers in terms of the Christian Grey character.
With Christopher Nolan's "Dark Knight Rises" trilogy soon coming to an unfortunate screeching halt, many have begun turning their attention toward one of the next highly-anticipated tie ins to the Batman franchise, "Justice League." With "Man of Steel" on the horizon well before Justice League's apparent 2015 release, some of the characters origins will have to be showcased in the Superman film.
Warner Brothers released two trailers to promote their next superhero film, "The Man of Steel." The "Man of Steel" trailers and the image on the official website suggest there may be a darker side of Superman revealed than previous versions. Director Zachary Snyder explained the new direction of the reboot: "We had to act as if no film has been made," he told an audience at Comic Cobn. "When we approached it, we had to say 'this is Superman for the first time."
In the wake of the "Dark Knight Rises" shooting in Aurora, the Superman franchise looks to reinvent itself yet again with its latest reboot "Man of Steel." However, while the cards have been stacked against the Clark Kent flick in the past, the stakes may be higher than ever thanks to the deadly movie theater massacre.