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Here's what he had to say about the character and how he's portrayed in the upcoming movie...
The appeals court also won't let the Siegels try to rescind the 2001 agreement, noting the argument is now just coming up, the widow has died and there would be too much prejudice to DC to go down that road now. Separately, the 9th Circuit won't go into a decision much earlier in this case that the Superman works were made for hire, and thus, not eligible to be terminated in the first place. Warners, represented by Daniel Petrocelli at O'Melveny & Myers, attempted to revisit that one.
Two additional poster images for IMAX have also now been released, showing the confrontation between Superman and Batman from each character's perspective.
Titled "Solitude", this episode is scheduled to air on CBS in the USA on Monday, February 29 at 8.00pm ET/PT.
Laura Vandervoort Guest Stars as Indigo
"Solitude" - Kara travels to Superman's Fortress of Solitude in hopes of learning how to defeat Indigo (Laura Vandervoort), a dangerous being who can transport via the Internet and who has a connection to Kara's past. Also, James's relationship with Lucy reaches a crossroads, on SUPERGIRL, Monday, Feb. 29 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
When creating their artwork, artists are encouraged to pick #WhoWillWin the battle between Batman and Superman. Artists should also watch the trailer for the film below and check out the film's Facebook page for inspiration.
Whether you are a graffiti artist, a digital artist, a sculptor or a graphic designer, this is your opportunity to artistically depict this battle through any medium of your choosing. Artists should share their artwork using #WhoWillWin and their choice of #Batman or #Superman.
One Selected Artist, as chosen by Warner Bros. Pictures, will have their work featured across Batman v Superman's social media channels and receive $1,000. Three Highly Commended Artists will also receive $500 each.
The new, ongoing DC films action figure line was created specifically with toy collectors in mind, delving deep into character line-ups and offering up to 40+ points of articulation - the most articulation points ever produced by DC Collectibles.
"This is the first time DC Collectibles has made action figures based on DC films, and with this much articulation and attention to detail, we're not holding anything back," said Geoff Johns, chief creative officer of DC Entertainment. "Its exciting to see our DC film slate bring to life so many great DC characters, and DC Collectibles is following suit with our action figure line. This line will include everything from Batman to Superman to Wonder Woman, and even the obscure characters that will pop up in the cinematic universe. I can't wait for fans of our films to get their hands on these figures."
The first wave of DC films action figures will hit stores in Fall 2016 and will include Zod and Faora from Man of Steel and Armored Batman and Superman from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. The first Suicide Squad action figures are set to release in 2017.
With a running time of two minutes, twelve seconds, this trailer is also expected to be shown in theaters with the new "Deadpool" movie.
"Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" will be released in most theaters on March 25, 2016.
There's so much rubble flying around it looks like a tornado of ruination. Henry Cavill's Man of Steel doesn't look pleased. And although his back's turned, it's safe to guess Ben Affleck's armored Dark Knight isn't smiling. We're betting on the grimmest of grimaces.
Unfortunately that event has now been cancelled.
The event was promoted by the 1iota Twitter account, with free tickets offered for fans to be in the audience for the show... but people who were lucky enough to snap up those tickets received an email today informing them of the event's cancellation.
We don't know what the special "Batman v Superman" event was supposed to include, or whether any of the cast were scheduled to be in attendance. I guess now we'll never know.
Source: DC Cinematic on Reddit
DA: It was awesome. I got there right at the beginning of shooting and it was crazy because my first day people were showing me around and all of a sudden the Superman suit comes by - and it's giant. It's not something you can hang up. So that was insane. But what I thought was really interesting was that they filmed a lot of it on film, not digital. So a lot of the sets were actually built. So, all of a sudden, you're on another planet, literally. Everything is so intricate and perfect. You think so much of that is just CGI and postproduction, but it was actually there.
PS: Were you a fan of comics growing up? DA: That was more my brother's thing. I had an appreciation from the outside, but I never got deep into it. But I've become more interested in it and it's strange because I have started to audition for more of that stuff. I auditioned to play Superman in Man of Steel originally and I auditioned for The Flash. I've constantly been coming back to these characters.