Zack Snyder to introduce Batman in Man of Steel 2

Comic-Con LogoIt was just revealed at San Diego Comic Con earlier today that Zack Snyder will introduce Batman in to the universe he created in Man of Steel. Henry Cavill will return as Superman but Batman has yet to be cast. Snyder is currently working on the story with David S. Goyer, who will pen the script solo. Christopher Nolan and his wife, Emma, will return only as Executive Producers. The picture on the left is supposedly the logo revealed. (I say supposedly because it was taken from a Twitter account. So if it’s revealed later to be a fake, I won’t look super stupid.)

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Review: The Lone Ranger (2013)

the-lone-ranger-posterJohnny Depp and Academy Award winning director Gore Verbinski team up again after their success with the first three Pirates of the Caribbean movies to bring the radio legend of the 1930’s to the big screen. Depp plays Tonto, who is upgraded a bit from The Lone Ranger’s side-kick to not-quite-the-main-character-but-also-the-narrator of the story. I was hoping Verbinski and Depp would give us a fun western with plenty of action and laughs but not weigh us down with a complicated storyline like they did with the Pirates sequels. Unfortunately, a complicated story is exactly what we got with very little action and humor that falls flat.

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Superheroes, Movies & Superhero Movies – Episode 001 – Man of Steel (2013)

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In Episode 1, Justin and John discuss the new Superman film, Man of Steel and wonder just whose costume that really belongs to…

This is our very first episode and it’s a little rough around the edges. We hadn’t acquired our good microphones yet and it was a bit of a learning experience. Please forgive our audio problems and any brain farts we may have let slip.

We hope you like it! Check back for more episodes!

Review: Pacific Rim (2013)

245941id1b_PacRim_1sided_120x180_2p_400.inddPacific Rim is what all summer blockbusters strive to be: entertaining. We can practically see the film’s director, Guillermo del Toro, standing over these giant robots and monsters like a boy playing with action figures, so it’s no surprise that he has stated this is the film he’s wanted to make since he was a child. Surely inspired by the Godzilla movies of the 60’s, Pacific Rim has all the action, destruction and mayhem that you’d expect a giant monster movie to have, even if it kind of drops the ball a little in the character department.

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