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Henry Cavill Gets Classic Superman Curl In Awesome Fan-Made Edit

Henry Cavill’s Superman infamously began as a much more somber take on the Man of Steel. However, by the time of his resurrection in Justice League, he’d been retooled as a character more in line with the version of Supes that DC fans have in their heads. That said, he’s still never really sported the classic ‘S’ hair curl that was once a fixture of the hero’s look.

If you’ve always wanted to see what Cavill’s Superman would appear like with the hair-lick though, you’re in luck. An awesome fan edit of a Man of Steel promo photo has surfaced this week and it brightens up the darker colors of his suit and puts things right by giving the actor the Christopher Reeve curl.

Much like the classic red trunks, Superman’s curl hasn’t been in fashion for a while now, with
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Zack Snyder Shares First Photo Of Henry Cavill In Man Of Steel Costume

Up until Tim Burton’s Batman stormed theaters in 1989, costume designers working on superhero flicks had yet to think outside of the spandex box. Slowly but surely, though, we saw new territory charted with leather and other fabrics in trendsetters such as 2000’s X-Men and 2002’s Spider-Man.

Though each outfit worn by Superman in various movie and TV productions had all been accurate to the comics, the aforementioned spandex look now seems dated in a world where this area has taken major strides. To be honest, I didn’t hate the threads Brandon Routh donned in 2006’s Superman Returns, but I felt the right formula had yet to be found.

Fortunately, Zack Snyder and company exceeded my expectations in 2013 with Man of Steel, affording the timeless icon a suit that was every bit as badass as something the Dark Knight would sport. Being sleek and sans red trunks, Henry Cavill
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Bryan Singer Will Get Directing Credit on ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’

Bryan Singer Will Get Directing Credit on ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’
Bryan Singer has received the directing credit for Freddie Mercury biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody,” despite being replaced by Dexter Fletcher during the latter stages of the shoot.

Fletcher came on board to direct in December after Fox fired Singer from the project after repeated absences from the set had forced the studio to halt production.

Fox is opening the movie on Nov. 2. The studio confirmed a report about the directing credit Tuesday in Empire Magazine.

“Bryan Singer is the credited director of the film,” producer Graham King said. “Basically, Bryan had some personal issues going on. He wanted to hiatus the movie to deal with them, and the movie had to get finished. That was what it came down to… It wasn’t about reinventing the wheel. We needed someone who would have some creative freedom, but work inside a box.”

King also said in the interview that Fletcher shot footage for about 16 days.
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Most Anticipated Movies of 2019

Most Anticipated Movies of 2019
Nearly two full decades into the New Millennium, 2019 promises to deliver the conclusion of the brand new Star Wars trilogy kicked off with The Force Awakens, the 25th installment of the James Bond franchise, and more sequels, reboots, superheroes, and video game based properties than we can shake a Godzilla at. Here we'll take a look at the 10 most anticipated movies of 2019.

We checked IMDb to see which 2019 movies are generating the most interest from users browsing their pages and combined it with MovieWeb's own data.

[10] Suicide Squad 2

It may not have been a critical darling, but Suicide Squad made plenty of money, which all but ensured this DC Comics super villain team-up would get a sequel. News of various movies in development involving breakout Suicide Squad star Harley Quinn and other projects involving different incarnations of the Joker have flooded sites likes ours in recent months. As we're making this video,
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Blu-ray and DVD details for DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: The Complete Third Season

Warner Bros Home Entertainment has revealed the cover art and details for the Blu-ray and DVD release of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: The Complete Third Season which is set to hit shelves on September 25th; take a look here…

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After defeating the Legion of Doom, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow face a new threat created by their actions. By revisiting a moment in time that they had already participated in, they’ve essentially fractured the timeline and created anachronisms all across time! In Season Three, the Legends must find a way to return all the anachronisms to their original timelines before the time stream falls apart.

“After three seasons, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow continues to score in ratings and ranks as one of top series for The CW,” said Rosemary Markson, Wbhe Senior Vice President, TV Marketing. “Featuring all four
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The Legends try to fix Time, get it wrong in The Complete Third Season

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Burbank, CA – The future is bright. Prior to its fourth season return on The CW, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment releases DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: The Complete Third Season on Blu-ray and DVD on September 25, 2018. Fans can get up to speed with all 18 captivating episodes from the third season, plus timeless special features including the show’s 2017 Comic-Con Panel, an epic crossover featurette, a gag-reel and more. DC’s Legends of Tomorrow is The CW’s #3 show among Total Viewers, with over 2.6 million viewers tuning in weekly. ⃰ DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: The Complete Third Season is priced to own at $29.98 Srp for the DVD and $39.99 Srp for the Blu-ray, which includes a Digital Copy.

*Source: Nielsen National TV View, 2017-18 broadcast season to date (09/18/2017 – 03/18/2018), Live + 7 Day ratings; excluding movies, sports, repeats, specials, less than 3 telecasts

After defeating the Legion of Doom, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow face a
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A List Of Possible Titles For Wonder Woman 2 Have Surfaced

I’m not nearly as harsh on the DC Extended Universe as others may be, as I think – despite some missteps – that there’s a lot to enjoy about what’s been served up thus far. Still, I must concede that its finest offering to date was that of the Amazon Warrior’s first solo movie, so I’m right there with anyone else who’s eagerly anticipating Wonder Woman 2.

Of course, it’s assumed that’s merely a placeholder title because numbering DC movies just hasn’t been the modus operandi of Warner Bros. since the days of Christopher Reeve’s Superman. Granted, not many other heroes from this brand aside from Batman have been granted sequels in the time since, but you can’t deny the pattern that’s emerged.

So, before we move on, let’s go over what we do know about Diana Prince’s next adventure.
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Zack Snyder Reveals Photo That Got Henry Cavill Cast as Superman

Zack Snyder celebrated Henry Cavill’s birthday by revealing the photo that landed him the role of Superman in Man of Steel. While he had previously appeared in such films as Stardust and Immortals, as well as the TV series The Tudors, Cavill’s true breakthrough role came in 2013 when Snyder cast him as Clark Kent/Superman. A big screen reboot of the DC superhero franchise, after director Bryan Singer’s attempt to bring the character back to the masses with 2006’s Superman Returns, failed to gain the momentum the studio was hoping for.
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It's a Bird, It's a Plane — No, It's Every Actor Who Has Played Superman

As he celebrates his 80th Anniversary, we find ourselves thinking about the actors that have played Superman. But even beyond the Superman actors, there's also the moment that started it all: the April 1938 debut of Action Comics. At the time, it cost one thin (perhaps not-so-thin then) dime, and in 2014 that same same comic book sold for $3.2 million. Now that's an investment, although 80 years ago no one really expected the guy who adorned the cover of that comic, Superman (created by writer Jerry Siegel and artist Joe Shuster), to have the impact that he did. Or that he would still be thriving so many decades later, the character appearing in virtually every non-print medium, including radio, television, animation, the big screen, and even on the Broadway stage. And in that time, the "S" adorning his chest has proven an inspiration to people around the world. "You can take the 'S'
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Watch an exclusive clip from The Con is On starring Uma Thurman, Tim Roth and Alice Eve

Ahead of its release on May 4th, we’ve got an exclusive clip from the star-studded caper comedy The Con is On starring Uma Thurman, Tim Roth, Maggie Q, Parker Posey, Alice Eve and Sofia Vergara. The clip features Uma Thurman and Tim Roth discussing the best way to bump into Roth’s character’s ex-wife (Alice Eve) by casually crashing their car. Check it out here…

This stylish, star-studded caper comedy stars Uma Thurman (Kill Bill franchise) as Harriet and Tim Roth (The Hateful Eight) as Peter, a con-artist couple cooking up a jewel-theft scam in L.A. to pay off sexy gangster Irina (played by Maggie Q). Having squandered Irina’s loot one drunken night, Harriet and Peter escape to Hollywood, where they plot to steal a priceless jewel from Peter’s loopy ex-wife (Alice Eve) to repay the debt. The dazzling cast also includes Parker Posey (Superman Returns
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From Kissing Cary Grant to a 65-Year Marriage: Meet 93-Year-Old Oscar Presenter Eva Marie Saint

From Kissing Cary Grant to a 65-Year Marriage: Meet 93-Year-Old Oscar Presenter Eva Marie Saint
Eva Marie Saint might not have been immediately recognizable to younger audiences when she presented at Sunday’s 90th Academy Awards, but the 93-year-old’s 70-year career has had no shortage of memorable moments.

The actress has appeared in more than 161 productions, according to her alma mater, Bowling Green State University, where there is now a theater named after her. Over the decades, she starred alongside legendary actors like Marlon Brando, Paul Newman, Frank Sinatra, Bob Hope, Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton and Cary Grant.

Over the course of her career, she was also able to work with some of Hollywood’s greatest directors,
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Kate Bosworth Joins Dramedy 'The Devil Has a Name'

Kate Bosworth Joins Dramedy 'The Devil Has a Name'
Kate Bosworth has joined the dark comedy The Devil Has a Name from director and co-star Edward James Olmos.

David Strathairn is already attached to the indie about a psychotic oil patriarch who exposes the industry as he attempts to outfight a bullish farmer whose water has been poisoned. Bosworth is to play an oil industry executive.

Bosworth most recently starred in the BBC miniseries SS-GB and Crackle's The Art of More. Her other credits include Superman Returns, Beyond the Sea, Still Alice, Blue Crush, 21 and Homefront.

Patrick Hibler, Robert McEveety, Stephen McEveety and Marty Eli Schwartz are producing...
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Legends Of Tomorrow’s Brandon Routh Teases Fortress Of Solitude

Though he only appeared as the Man of Steel in one cinematic outing, Superman Returns star Brandon Routh managed to stay part of the DC universe by playing Ray Palmer/The Atom in The CW’s Arrowverse. And now, it looks like a future episode of Legends of Tomorrow is going to allude to Routh’s past turn as the Last Son of Krypton in a very fun way.

The actor has taken to Instagram to share a shot of some interesting set dressing on the time-travelling superhero show. It sees him staring at a crystalline structure that DC fans will recognize as looking very similar to the Fortress of Solitude, Superman’s icy retreat hidden away at the North Pole.

“Something about this set is making me feel at home,” Routh joked in the caption for the photo, which can be seen in the gallery below along with a
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Brandon Routh Joins Live-Action 'Anastasia' Movie

Brandon Routh Joins Live-Action 'Anastasia' Movie
The live-action family film Anastasia has found its czar.

Brandon Routh, currently on The Arrow TV series, is set to star as Czar Nicholas. He joins previously announced Emily Carey as Anastasia and Amiah Miller to perform the role of Megan.

Routh, who played Clark Kent/Superman in 2006's Superman Returns, has credits that include features Scott Pilgrim vs. the World and Zack and Miri Make a Porno; TV's Chuck and Partners; as well as Crackle's digital series Chosen.

Blake Harris is directing Anastasia from his screenplay. Set in 1917, the film tells the classic story of Anastasia Romanov escaping through a...
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Brandon Routh Joins Live-Action ‘Anastasia’ as Czar Nicholas

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Brandon Routh Joins Live-Action ‘Anastasia’ as Czar Nicholas
Brandon Routh has joined the cast of the live-action family adaptation of “Anastasia,” which will be directed by Blake Harris. The star of “Superman Returns” will appear in the film as Nicholas Romanov, the last Czar of Russia who was dethroned by Vladimir Lenin during the Russian Revolution. The story of Romanov’s youngest daughter, Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna, has been the basis for a 1956 drama starring Ingrid Bergman and Yul Brynner and a 1997 animated film by Don Bluth. In Harris’ version, Anastasia (Emily Carey), escapes the assassination of her family and finds a portal transporting her to the...
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Film News Roundup: Brandon Routh Boards Live-Action ‘Anastasia’ Movie (Exclusive)

Film News Roundup: Brandon Routh Boards Live-Action ‘Anastasia’ Movie (Exclusive)
In today’s film news roundup, Brandon Routh will star in “Anastasia,” a Chuck Berry documentary is in production, and “Birthright” is in the works as a feature film.

Casting

Brandon Routh has been set to star as Czar Nicholas in the upcoming live-action family film “Anastasia.”

He’ll portray the father of Anastasia in the re-imagining of the classic story in which Anastasia Romanov escapes through a portal when her family is threatened by Vladimir Lenin and finds herself in the year 1988.

Routh, who appeared in “Superman Returns,” currently has a recurring role on “Arrow” and stars in “Legends of Tomorrow.”

Production began last summer in Lexington, Ky., with filming the 1988 portion of the film with Emily Carey and Amiah Miller co-starring. Shooting resumes in April on the 1917 portion of the film.

Producers on “Anastasia” are Armando Gutierrez, Eli Lipnik, Peter Lees, and Bret Jones. Blake Harris is directing from his own screenplay, based on the
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Does Nicolas Cage Still Want To Play Superman One Day?

If you’ve been around for a while, then you surely remember the time that separated 1987’s Superman IV: The Quest for Peace from 2006’s Superman Returns. Long story short, Hollywood burned through many scripts when trying to resurrect the Man of Steel for the big screen, with none of them coming to fruition. There was one that came dangerously close to doing so, though.

We are, of course, talking about Superman Lives. Set to have been directed by Tim Burton, it would’ve starred Nicolas Cage as Big Blue and was all but ready to begin filming before the plug was pulled by Warner Bros. Now, we could probably discuss this all day, but for the most comprehensive source out there, it’s best you consult the documentary that chronicled the ill-fated flick, as it really is a fascinating watch.

Anyways, while recently speaking with Variety at the Sundance Film Festival this week,
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Man Of Steel 2 Fan Trailer Brings Supergirl, Brainiac And Bizarro Into The Dceu

Though we’ve already seen Henry Cavill’s Superman in three out of the five Dceu movies to date, there’s still so much more of the Big Blue Boy Scout’s mythos to bring to the big screen. As such, Supes fans are forever calling for Warner Bros. to give us a Man of Steel 2. But what would a sequel feature? Common theories suggest it would introduce Brainiac and Supergirl into the franchise, but how would that work?

Following on from his recent mock-trailer for Wonder Woman 2, featuring John Krasinski as Green Lantern, YouTuber Alex Luthor has made the above Man of Steel 2 video that imagines how the touted sequel could include a few more of Supes’ supporting characters. Namely, Tom Hardy as Brainiac and Alexandra Daddario as Kara Zor-El Aka Supergirl. Not to mention Henry Cavill as Superman’s evil clone, Bizarro.

As ever, this is a
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X-Men Director Bryan Singer Sued for Allegedly Raping Teen Boy

X-Men Director Bryan Singer Sued for Allegedly Raping Teen Boy
Bryan Singer has been accused of raping a 17-year old boy back in 2003, and is being sued by the now 31-year old man, according to TMZ. The news comes after a rough week where Singer was fired from Bohemian Rhapsody, a biopic about Freddie Mercury and his band Queen, for what he claims was a pressing family matter, but the cast and crew say otherwise. The director is notoriously difficult to work with and it appears that there may have been more going on that not many were privy to. Singer is denying any and all claims against him at this time.

The X-Men director issued a statement in which he strenuously denied all the claims. The lawsuit, filed by Cesar Sanchez-Guzman, alleges that Bryan Singer was at a party, with young gay men, on tech investor Lester Waters' yacht in Seattle in 2003. It claims that Singer offered to
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The Bryan Singer Timeline: a History of Allegations and Defenses, from Troubled Films to Sexual Assault Claims

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The Bryan Singer Timeline: a History of Allegations and Defenses, from Troubled Films to Sexual Assault Claims
Bryan Singer has had a ruinous week. On December 4, 20th Century Fox fired Singer from the Freddie Mercury biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody” for abandoning the London set; on December 6, the studio announced Dexter Fletcher as his replacement. In a statement, Singer ascribed his absence on “Bohemian Rhapsody” to caring for an ailing parent, but Fox also declined to renew its long-term deal with Singer’s production company, while his longtime publicist cut ties a few months ago.

Read More:Fox Fired Bryan Singer, but It Won’t Be Able to Remove Him as the Director of ‘Bohemian Rhapsody

And then, on December 7, Singer hit the news cycle again: In a lawsuit filed by attorney Jeff Herman, Cesar Sanchez-Guzman accused Singer of sexually assaulting him in 2003, when Sanchez-Guzman was 17.

All of this represents a tremendous comedown for Singer, a blockbuster director whose films have made over $1 billion in domestic release alone.
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