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The photos show us Superman confronting Batman, Perry White talking with Lois and Clark, Bruce Wayne with Alfred Pennyworth, Batman looking at the Bat suit, Zack Snyder directing various scenes, and Diana Prince.
"I want all the other directors of the other films to be able to stretch their legs and do what they want, but at the same time there is a big interconnected universe. I have given everyone amazing access to our story, to me, and what we are doing. All the films have like minded conceptual jumping on points."
"One thing which Guy [Ritchie, the director of "The Man from U.N.C.L.E."] said during the shooting was, 'Wow, Henry, I think people are going to actually like you in this movie.' There's something about Superman - he is so perfect, nice and earnest that people don't necessarily like that. They want to see some flaws, some personal failures, some mischievousness which is a bit more like them.
"But regardless of that, playing an icon like Superman is fantastic. It's one of those things which is filled with such possibilities. Now that I'm playing Superman, people all of a sudden listen to me. Suddenly, I have indie scripts coming to the door because they want to have their movies financed by having Superman in them. It definitely has changed my life. It's wonderful to still be part of that franchise."
Asked if his second incarnation of Superman will come with flaws, Henry broke into a Clark Kent-ish smile and said, "I can tell you nothing."
Today, HeroicHollywood.com claims that Mulvey will actually be playing the role of KGBeast, aka Lex Luthor's Russian right hand man Anatoli Knyazev.
Rather than getting the comic book version fans might be familiar with, it's rumored that Knyazev is the guy that keeps tabs on meta-humans in the movie.
In this month's Radio KAL podcast, Steve and Scotty discuss "Batman v Superman" Comic-Con Trailer, Comic-Con events, Jesse Eisenberg says Comic-Con was Terrifying, Official "Batman v Superman" Website Updated, Rumor on possible detailed Plot description, "The Death of 'Superman Lives': What Happened?" now available, "Supergirl" Pilot screening & panel at Comic-Con, "Supergirl" Poster, Maxwell Lord cast, Lucy Lane coming to "Supergirl", Filming Begins on Episode 2, Comic-Con Announcements with "Superman: Lois and Clark" & "Superman: American Alien", Superman #41, Action Comics #42, Batman/Superman #22, Superman/Wonder Woman #19, and more! Also includes the Big Question, Super Secret Sound-Byte contest, and our Superman song is "Superman" by Storm and Her Dirty Mouth.
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Writer: Brian Buccellato
Penciller: Mike S. Miller
Inker: Mike S. Miller
Cover: Tom Raney with Rex Lokus
Reviewed by: T.A. Ewart (aka liheibao)
REGIME SUPERMAN: Hi, T. A., I'm a big fan of your reviews.
T. A. EWART: Wow? Really?
REGIME SUPERMAN (Eyes glowing red and crackling): No.
T. A. EWART: OooKaay. Well, let's get into while I have life left, I mean time left. First off, my condolences on your loss. It seems to have had a significant effect on you these past four years.
REGIME SUPERMAN: I want to make sure it never happens to anyone ever again.
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Other than Lex Luthor, who do you think will be the surprise villain of "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice"?
Just over half of you are buying into the rumors, and think that Doomsday will feature in "Batman v Superman". Time will tell...
Interestingly, 13% think it could be some other villain not listed as an option. Let's hear who you guys and girls think it will be.
Here's the complete breakdown:
51% [42 Votes]
18% [15 Votes]
12% [10 Votes]
6% [5 Votes]
13% [11 Votes]
Last but far from least, Empire boasts another look at Jesse Eisenberg's hip, RAM-brained superbad Lex Luthor. Suitably CEO-ish in bearing and Silicon Valley in garb, he's still lustrously maned - like Professor Xavier in X-Men, the hair gets its own arc in this franchise - and That ape-with-a-detonator T-shirt looks like more than a hint at the thoughts percolating inside his big brain.
I think what it really reflects is the relationship between Lois and Clark, and the whole idea is that I understand what you're saying about the TV show. That show was about their relationship. This book is about their relationship, wrapped in the world of Superman and with the addition of their son Jonathan.
And it is how they live on this world. What are the ramifications of living in this universe where we've seen Superman's secret identity outed? That kind of thing. How have they been able to pull this off? How has no one noticed, "You look kind of like that guy?" That's part of the beard right now, for example.
So it's a very different story, but at its core, it's a family book. It's a family unit. It's Lois and Clark and Jonathan and if you go back to the Convergence issues that I wrote, where Thomas Wayne talked to him about doing what he could do - "whatever you do, keep your child safe" - that's the core of the book in terms of that part of it.
Superman has had a mission here all along, and we're going to explore all of that.