A fan on Twitter shared a photo of some concept art (pictured above) that he saw at the DC Exhibition in the UK. He tagged director Zack Snyder and cinematographer Larry Fong, and Fong replied. “We originally planned on filming there but then were told the buildings were going to be demolished.”
A fan on Vero posted the Batman v Superman photo above and said that he never noticed the crosses in the background before. Zack Snyder replied and said, “that’s a reference to Justice League 2”. He then added “until it wasn’t,” likely referring to the movie’s cancellation.
In the concept art above, you can see that Metallo was considered for Batman v Superman at one point. My best guess is this is from the version of the script that David Goyer wrote, before Chris Terrio came in and rewrote the movie and it became “Dawn of Justice”.
Batman v Superman concept artist Jerad S.Marantz previously shared a hi-tech looking Batsuit he worked on, but this latest one takes it to the next level.
Fandango reports that Black Panther is now outpacing Batman v Superman to become the top advanced ticket seller of any superhero movie. There was never any doubt Black Panther would be a hit. It was just a matter of how big the box office would be and the estimates just keep going up. Black Panther had the best […]
“I have not,” Bale replied. “Yes I’m interested, my son seemed like he was really interested, but then I realized he just wanted to see the trailer and that was it. I tend to go see films that [my kids] want to see. I have to confess I’m not a huge superhero film fan. People […]
“I think that movie is part of an arc for what Snyder’s vision was — or is — and it’s also in my mind fairly niche,” Cavill said. “It’s a niche style of movie within a genre. It reflects in the audience reviews and critics reviews. It’s divisive. When anything is niche is going to […]
According to Momoa, director Zack Snyder had him read Batman lines. Momoa already knew that Ben Affleck was cast as Batman, so he assumed that Snyder wanted him to play a Batman villain. He admitted that he was shocked when Snyder told him he wanted him to play Aquaman. Check out his full answer below.
While diving deeper into the character with director Patty Jenkins on Wonder Woman, Gadot said that they realized that there’s no way Wonder Woman would ever give up on mankind. “Sometimes in a creative process you establish something that is not necessarily the right decision,” Gadot added. “But then you can always correct it and […]
“That was actually a quote that didn’t show up in the finished piece, but that Diane [Nelson] gave me,” Riesman recalled. “It was to the effect of ‘we are a director driven place and Zack [Snyder] had a vision that didn’t necessarily sync up with what our vision of these characters is, but we respect […]
Cavill, in his full Superman costume, can be seen holding Action Comics #1, which was the first comic book that Superman ever appeared in way back in 1938. The copy he’s holding is worth over $3 million dollars and likely belongs to Hariri. The man is billionaire.
On this date in 2014, Zack Snyder, Ben Affleck, and the rest of the Batman v Superman crew shot the fan-favorite “Knightmare Batman” scene. In honor of this day three years ago, Snyder took to the mobile social network Vero to share a new look at Ben Affleck as Batman from the Batman v Superman […]
This week on Instagram concept artist Jerad S.Marantz shared some of the early work he did for Batman v Superman costume designer Michael Wilkinson, and it shows a very different looking Batsuit.
Yesterday Zack Snyder shared an awesome new photo of Batman, but he also shared the very first photo he took of Gal Gadot after casting her as Wonder Woman in December 2013 for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
Zack Snyder just posted a new photo of Batman on the social networking app Vero and captioned it “shot this with my 4×5”, which is a large format camera.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice cinematographer Larry Fong was asked a question about shooting with IMAX cameras this evening, and he answered with some photos and examples from an IMAX camera test with Amy Adams as Lois Lane.