Tag Archives: Henry Cavill
"Man of Steel" ain't gonna be your daddy's "Superman," k?
A new TV spot for the super-serious Zack Snyder rendition of The Big Blue Boy Scout reinforces the December trailer's message that Henry Cavill will be presenting one heavy-hearted, stern-faced son of a gun in this movie, as he searches for his place in a world which he maybe doesn't belong to. Or does? Get More »
So, here's a rumor for you guys: According to Ain't It Cool News, not only is Lex Luthor going to be a fairly major presence in the upcoming Superman reboot "Man of Steel," he's going to be played by Mackenzie Gray, who once played a Luthor clone in the long running Superman TV series "Smallville."
Then again, that might all be a bunch of crap. Get More »
Amy Adams is currently making the promotional rounds for her fourth, yes fourth, Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress in "The Master," but with Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel" flying into theaters this summer our favorite ginger's got Lois Lane on the brain.
She took her cuteness to "The Tonight Show" last night and paid a little sing-song homage to the woman who owned the role back when Adams was still in preschool — Margot Kidder — by belting out the tune which Kidder was supposed to sing in "Superman" but which was ultimately cut by director Richard Donner in place of voiceover, Maureen McGovern's "Can You Read My Mind?"
Talk about being one with the nerdy details! Get More »
Is it possible to get nostalgic for something that isn't actually over yet? That's the question facing fans of 'The Dark Knight Trilogy" today, as Batman on Film is reporting that Warner Bros. is already gearing up for a franchise reboot before "The Dark Knight Rises" is even out of theaters.
But hey, at least he'll be bringing the "Justice League" with him. Get More »
Yes, the rueful "Superman Returns" was kind of a washout, with its emo Superman stalking Lois Lane, the weird fidelity to "Superman II" and that annoying kid, but director Zack Snyder and producer Christopher Nolan want to erase all thoughts of that debacle with their franchise reboot, "Man of Steel."
The start of a new era of DC Comics movies begins next summer with this radical new take on the legend of Kal-El as he is hurtled from the ruins of Krypton to an unsuspecting little blue world called Scrigldybum… just kidding, it's Earth. This new Superman promises more action, more fighting and 100 percent more punching than the last movie. Get More »
This week: Mickey Rourke attempts to unleash the Titans in "Immortals," a remake of "Footloose" cuts loose, Adam Sandler is doubly unfunny in "Jack and Jill," a young couple goes crazy being apart in "Like Crazy," and "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" makes a noble Blu-ray debut. Get More »
It may be cold outside, but it's sure nice and cozy-warm here at NextMovie ... and we have "John Carter" to thank for it.
Because of the crazy-cool sci-fi flick, former "Friday Night Lights" footballer Taylor Kitsch has doffed his shirt. Completely. For most of the movie. And because of that, we're taking a look at a slew of hot men following suit (or lack of suit, if you will) for the movies.
In all seriousness, we could go on about the bulging biceps and the integrity of the plots of these movies, but we have a "Buff & Shirtless" gallery to flip through. Care to join us?
Being immortal isn't all it's cracked up to be. You know, getting incredibly old, watching all your friends and loved ones die, seeing your very civilization crumble before your eyes. It can be a real bummer.
Getting the new "Immortals" DVD and graphic novel absolutely free, on the other hand?
Now that's what we're talking about. Get More »
Henry Cavill: Able to leap the Great Wall of China in a single bound?
The soon-to-be Superman has signed on for his first post-superhero role as he's joined the cast of director Edward Zwick's historical drama, "The Great Wall," according to Variety.
Details on the project are being kept under wraps, but the basic story, conceived by Legendary Pictures honcho Thomas Tull and "World War Z" author Max Brooks, looks at the mystery behind how one of the largest wonders of the world was constructed. Get More »
Henry Cavill may be the new "Man of Steel" but until that film comes out in 2013, he's still just an everyday mortal -- which is too bad considering he's about to be neck deep in some seriously heavy s**t courtesy of the one and only Sigourney Weaver.
And if that's not enough to whet your appetite, wait until you see how Bruce Willis figures into the new trailer for "The Cold Light of Day." Get More »